DRAGON BOAT TEAMS AND EVENTS FORM THE CORE of paddling programs at the Fairway Gorge Paddling Club (FGPC).
FGPC Club-Sponsored Dragon Boat Teams
Teams consist of 20 or more paddlers, with provision for “spares,” a steersperson, a coach and a drummer. Practices are 1.5 hours in length. All teams are encouraged to participate in dragon boat festivals, and some festival entries are included with club-sponsored teams. We provide club-sponsored teams with coaches, steering assistance and administrative support including flexible paddler payment options, fundraising opportunities, festival registrations and inter- and intra-team communications systems.
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FGPC offers novice, recreational and competitive dragon boat and outrigger programs
For people new to paddling, we have novice and recreational programs with coaches trained to keep you challenged and motivated to participate in paddling sports and improve you technique and enjoyment on the water, both as individuals and as members of teams.
If you’re an experienced paddler, we offer a range of recreational, intermediate and competitive programs for aspiring and experienced athletes of all ages.
FGPC now offers competitive dragon boat and outrigger programs for open, masters and senior age classes. These competitive programs enjoy facility and program front-of-the-line conveniences and staff support that FGPC contributes so that paddlers can focus their attention on performance, from season to season and from start to finish. FGPC plays a partnership role in the commitment to training and results demonstrated by these competitive teams:
Dragon Boat Racing Programs
OPEN division: FGPC Rebel Alliance
MASTERS division: FGPC Hornets
SENIOR division: FGPC Momentum
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Year Round Dragon Boat Training
For those of you who want to get in an extra practice, our popular year-round “winter/summer” dragon boat program will be running during the winter season from September through March and again beginning April through August this summer.
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