Messages from teams looking for paddlers, and paddlers looking for teams, are posted on our Recruiting Forum.
|Team Name||Contact Info||Description|
|Abreast Up The Creek||www.abreastinaboat.com||We are a team of breast cancer survivors paddling to demonstrate that we and other breast cancer survivors can lead full and active lives. The first dragon boat of breast cancer survivors was formed in Vancouver in 1996. This number has now grown to more than 125 such crews paddling worldwide.|
|Dragon Ladies||Kevin Lutz|
|The Dragon Ladies, a competitive women's team, are recruiting. Previous dragon boat experience unnecessary. We're looking for athleticism, a willingness to work hard, and an energetic attitude. If you're looking for a great team with fantastic camaraderie, you've found it. Practices begin in February, with our first meeting in January.|
|The Eh Team||For more information go to The Eh Team website at: http://theehteamdragonboating.com||TEAM NAME: The Eh Team
CONTACT INFO: Bill Redhead @ firstname.lastname@example.org or @ 604-736-0785
"The Eh Team" is a mixed seniors' dragon boat racing team. The team was founded in 2000 to initiate an expansion of the relatively new seniors' dragon boating community in Vancouver at that time. The team is a member of the False Creek Racing Canoe Club based on Granville Island in Vancouver,
The team's motto is "We paddle for fun; but race to win." and team members know well how to combine the wisdom of their years with individual desires to win to achieve the team's goal.
Over the years the team has attended regattas in Victoria, Nanaimo, Kelowna, Penticton, Seattle, Portland and San Francisco in addition to local regattas.
We welcome membership inquiries from fit seniors interested in broadening both their fitness and social horizons.
If you are interested in the sport but can't quite decide, why not come out for a couple of free sessions to experience the sport firsthand?
For more information or to arrange to attend a practice or two, please contact our team captain, Bill Redhead, at email@example.com
|Men on the Water||Thursday evening practice|
|False Creek Grandragons||For over ten years the FC Grandragons have set the standard for senior dragon boating. We currently number about 60 paddlers, which allows us to enter two teams in major competitions. Although our minimum age is 50, we currently have only two paddlers under 60, and our average age is 67.|
|False Creek Premier||www.falsecreekdragonboat.com||Womens, Mixed and Open teams|
|O2P||Kidney dialysis patients and supporters|
|Saggin' Dragons||Saggin Dragons is a women's competitive recreational team that has been paddling at False Creek since 2000.
We are a well-organized team that trains to race and has fun in the process. Our coach, Terry Parsons provides a rigorous training plan that includes bi-weekly paddling sessions and gym workouts. Off-the-water, we host 3 social events and 1 charity event per year to keep paddling in perspective. We are a group of fit women spanning the decades who are motivated to hone technique, train regularly and the enjoy the company of a supportive team
|Senior C||The FCRCC Senior C program is open to both men and women who are individual FCRCC members, are 59 years of age or older as of June 1, 2017.|
|Team Momentum||Mary Ann King firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com||Women's team, mostly over 50. Team Momentum is a recreational women's team.|