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2017 Tallulah Race Results

saskia wrote 30 days ago:


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Micah Cox charging down Oceana – Photo by: Rob Giersch

The race starts in the river right eddy beside the wooden launch ramp at the bottom of the 660 steps to get down into the gorge.  The finish line is at the confluence of the river into Tugalo Lake.  The race course is 1.54 miles long through all the major rapids of the Tallulah Gorge and drops 413 total vertical feet.  The race is a time trial event in which each racer is started in one minute intervals.

There were 35 spots open for boaters to apply and qualification for the race was based on past experience at the Green Race, the Lord of the Fork Race, and the Tallulah Race.  A total of 32 racers gave this 2nd annual race a go!

Racers – Photo by Adrenia Clark

2017 Tallulah Race Results @ 500 CFS

Adriene Levknecht - Photo by Adrenia Clark

Women’s K-1:

1. Adriene Levknecht #7 – 11:24 – Greenboat (11th Overall)

2. Maria Noakes #32 – 13:24 – Greenboat (29th Overall)

3. Morgan Wright #33 – 13:48 – 9R (30th Overall)

4. Jamie O’Donnell #34 – 14:19 – Greenboat (31st Overall)



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bozemankayaker

2017 Tallulah Race Results

bozemankayaker wrote 30 days ago:


Sponsored by

Micah Cox charging down Oceana – Photo by: Rob Giersch

The race starts in the river right eddy beside the wooden launch ramp at the bottom of the 660 steps to get down into the gorge.  The finish line is at the confluence of the river into Tugalo Lake.  The race course is 1.54 miles long through all the major rapids of the Tallulah Gorge and drops 413 total vertical feet.  The race is a time trial event in which each racer is started in one minute intervals.

There were 35 spots open for boaters to apply and qualification for the race was based on past experience at the Green Race, the Lord of the Fork Race, and the Tallulah Race.  A total of 32 racers gave this 2nd annual race a go!

Racers – Photo by Adrenia Clark

2017 Tallulah Race Results @ 500 CFS

Adriene Levknecht - Photo by Adrenia Clark

Women’s K-1:

1. Adriene Levknecht #7 – 11:24 – Greenboat (11th Overall)

2. Maria Noakes #32 – 13:24 – Greenboat (29th Overall)

3. Morgan Wright #33 – 13:48 – 9R (30th Overall)

4. Jamie O’Donnell #34 – 14:19 – Greenboat (31st Overall)



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2017 Lord of the Fork Race Results

tommygunn wrote 45 days ago:


Thanks to all who endured some rather moist and frigid weather to take part in the 2017 LOTF race. We had observations of sleet at the finish line. I was wondering if we would finish the race in a snowstorm. The view upstream with mist jetting up from the turbulent water as the temperature fell was pretty awesome.

Our aspirations to become more tech savvy were challenged by the affect of rain on the iPad screens. After cross referencing notes and other materials, I think we have an accurate set of records. If you have anything to add, I’ll be happy to consider it.

As always, events like this take efforts of more than one. I would like to thank Sara Mullett for all of the registration help, bib collecting and for stoking an awesome finish line bonfire. Willy Witt for starting everyone off. Damon Patterson for spotting incoming bib numbers, and those that set safety along the course.

If those who still have bibs would be so kind to return them, it would be appreciated. These have been provided by the generosity of a few folks and are very expensive to replace.

Thanks again to all who make the Russell Fork a special place to come home to each year. Hope to see you next year,

Eric Henrickson  – Race Director

Top 3 Men:

  1. Eric Deguil – Stinger
  2. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  3. Matt Anger - Stinger

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Emily Shanblatt - Green Boat
  3. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

https://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=118873



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saskia

2017 Lord of the Fork Race Results

saskia wrote 45 days ago:


Thanks to all who endured some rather moist and frigid weather to take part in the 2017 LOTF race. We had observations of sleet at the finish line. I was wondering if we would finish the race in a snowstorm. The view upstream with mist jetting up from the turbulent water as the temperature fell was pretty awesome.

Our aspirations to become more tech savvy were challenged by the affect of rain on the iPad screens. After cross referencing notes and other materials, I think we have an accurate set of records. If you have anything to add, I’ll be happy to consider it.

As always, events like this take efforts of more than one. I would like to thank Sara Mullett for all of the registration help, bib collecting and for stoking an awesome finish line bonfire. Willy Witt for starting everyone off. Damon Patterson for spotting incoming bib numbers, and those that set safety along the course.

If those who still have bibs would be so kind to return them, it would be appreciated. These have been provided by the generosity of a few folks and are very expensive to replace.

Thanks again to all who make the Russell Fork a special place to come home to each year. Hope to see you next year,

Eric Henrickson  – Race Director

Top 3 Men:

  1. Eric Deguil – Stinger
  2. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  3. Matt Anger - Stinger

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Emily Shanblatt - Green Boat
  3. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

https://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=118873



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2017 Lord of the Fork Race Results

james wrote 45 days ago:


Thanks to all who endured some rather moist and frigid weather to take part in the 2017 LOTF race. We had observations of sleet at the finish line. I was wondering if we would finish the race in a snowstorm. The view upstream with mist jetting up from the turbulent water as the temperature fell was pretty awesome.

Our aspirations to become more tech savvy were challenged by the affect of rain on the iPad screens. After cross referencing notes and other materials, I think we have an accurate set of records. If you have anything to add, I’ll be happy to consider it.

As always, events like this take efforts of more than one. I would like to thank Sara Mullett for all of the registration help, bib collecting and for stoking an awesome finish line bonfire. Willy Witt for starting everyone off. Damon Patterson for spotting incoming bib numbers, and those that set safety along the course.

If those who still have bibs would be so kind to return them, it would be appreciated. These have been provided by the generosity of a few folks and are very expensive to replace.

Thanks again to all who make the Russell Fork a special place to come home to each year. Hope to see you next year,

Eric Henrickson  – Race Director

Top 3 Men:

  1. Eric Deguil – Stinger
  2. Dane Jackson – Karma Unlimited
  3. Matt Anger - Stinger

Top 3 Women:

  1. Adriene Levknecht – Green Boat
  2. Emily Shanblatt - Green Boat
  3. Rowan Stuart – Green Boat

See complete results for the race at:

https://www.webscorer.com/race?raceid=118873



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The Green Race Movie Special Showing

bozemankayaker wrote 62 days ago:


When: Thursday, October 19 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Where: Atlantic Ale House - 111 McClure St, Johnson City, Tennessee 37604

What: an outdoor showing of THE GREEN RACE MOVIE. This is an awesome documentary showcasing Chris Galloway’s journey to enter the world class Green Race. This race takes place every November on the class V+ Green river narrows near Asheville,NC.

ATLANTIC ALE HOUSE has agreed to let us host this event. This is a family friendly and chill environment. They have 16 local brews on tap and a food truck (taco truck I think) that sells sodas and food. Please arrive at 7 to get a seat and movie will show around 7:30, lasting approx one hour.

The move can be previewed here: https://youtu.be/kR0pgjlDEyk
Also I’m sure you will love this movie and can purchase it online at: www.theATmovie.com/shop.



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The Green Race Movie Special Showing

natefry wrote 62 days ago:


When: Thursday, October 19 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Where: Atlantic Ale House - 111 McClure St, Johnson City, Tennessee 37604

What: an outdoor showing of THE GREEN RACE MOVIE. This is an awesome documentary showcasing Chris Galloway’s journey to enter the world class Green Race. This race takes place every November on the class V+ Green river narrows near Asheville,NC.

ATLANTIC ALE HOUSE has agreed to let us host this event. This is a family friendly and chill environment. They have 16 local brews on tap and a food truck (taco truck I think) that sells sodas and food. Please arrive at 7 to get a seat and movie will show around 7:30, lasting approx one hour.

The move can be previewed here: https://youtu.be/kR0pgjlDEyk
Also I’m sure you will love this movie and can purchase it online at: www.theATmovie.com/shop.



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The Green Race Movie Special Showing

tommygunn wrote 62 days ago:


When: Thursday, October 19 at 7 PM – 9 PM

Where: Atlantic Ale House - 111 McClure St, Johnson City, Tennessee 37604

What: an outdoor showing of THE GREEN RACE MOVIE. This is an awesome documentary showcasing Chris Galloway’s journey to enter the world class Green Race. This race takes place every November on the class V+ Green river narrows near Asheville,NC.

ATLANTIC ALE HOUSE has agreed to let us host this event. This is a family friendly and chill environment. They have 16 local brews on tap and a food truck (taco truck I think) that sells sodas and food. Please arrive at 7 to get a seat and movie will show around 7:30, lasting approx one hour.

The move can be previewed here: https://youtu.be/kR0pgjlDEyk
Also I’m sure you will love this movie and can purchase it online at: www.theATmovie.com/shop.



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2017 Tallulah Race

bozemankayaker wrote 69 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 11th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook pages for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

https://www.facebook.com/events/155088595083514/?active_tab=about

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/TallulahGorge



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2017 Tallulah Race

james wrote 69 days ago:


Sponsored by WORLDKAYAK.COM

Schedule for Race day (November 11th):

7:00-8:00am Check-In, start time given, and Race Bib pick up for preregistered and approved racers only.

8:00-8:30am Race meeting

8:30am Racers will start down the stairs

Start Time: Once Georgia Power has given notification that we can start, the first racer will be released. Shooting for some time between 9:30-10:00am

5:30pm Awards ceremony at put-in parking lot with door prize drawing from WORLDKAYAK.COM Program Partners for volunteers, safety team & racers

Please check the Tallulah Race Facebook pages for news and updates:

https://www.facebook.com/Tallulah-Race-1790802457827305/

https://www.facebook.com/events/155088595083514/?active_tab=about

Spectator Hike-in Info:

http://gastateparks.org/TallulahGorge



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