1st Place: $5,000 & trophy
2nd Place: $2,000 & trophy
3rd Place: Team entrance in Boston Dragon Boat Races 2018 & trophy
1st Place: $2,000 donated to charity of team’s choice & trophy
2nd Place: $1,000 donated to charity of team’s choice & trophy
3rd Place: Team entrance in Rhode Island Dragon Boat Races 2018 & trophy
1st Place: trophy
2nd Place: trophy
3rd Place: trophy
Breast Cancer Charity Supporters Race
Each year we run special “Breast Cancer Charity Supporters” races where the winning team gets $1,000 + the pool of $100 entries to donate to the breast cancer charity of their choice (i.e. if 6 teams enter these special races the total prize will be $1,600).
Have your team join us in these races and lets help in the fight against breast cancer!
New this year!!! Professional coaching session with 22 Dragons and practice on the race course!
Practice Location: Festival Pier, 100 Tim Healey Way, Pawtucket, RI
Practice Times: Sept. 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th. One hour practices running at 5:15, 6:15 and 7:15 PM
Number of Practice Sessions: Each registered team will receive one practice with a professional coach from 22 Dragons.
Additional boats will be available for open practices during the time slots above. Teams may register for up to three open practice slots.
Registration for practices will be up shortly. Check back soon!
Date/Time – Saturday, September 9, 2017. Team load in begins at 7 AM. Races start at 8 AM
Venue – The races will take place at the Festival Pier on the Pawtucket River in Pawtucket, Rhode Island.
Entrance Fee: $1150 ($950 before June 1st)
Races are sanctioned by the Eastern Regional Dragon Boat Association.
Divisions: There will be two race divisions: the Mixed Division requires a minimum of 6 female paddlers, and the Open Division has no gender restrictions. The Mixed Division will contain three finals.
Team Members: Each team shall have a maximum of 23 members and minimum of 19, with a maximum of 20 paddlers and minimum of 16. Each team must have a drummer, flag catcher and steerperson.
Boats: Taiwanese-style dragon boats and wood paddles.
Course: The length is 1000 feet long and three lanes wide.
Flag-Catching: Flag catching remains part of the races so balance and agility count. Each team is required to have one person designated as the flag catcher and is identified as the person closest to the bow of the boat.
Management: The race heats, timing, scoring and all other related administration will be under the auspices of 22Dragons of Montréal, Canada.