AIRE USRA Nationals Results

Man, those AIRE boats are shiny! 4 pro men and 4 pro women teams competed in this year’s USRA Rafting Nationals on the Upper Clackamas. Add in 5 recreational teams to the mix and we had one heck of a good time! Team Teva (CO) took 1st ahead of  the Ark Sharks (CO) and the Oregon Rafting Team (ORT, OR). Some local press: Oregonian article on UCWWF featuring ORT Oregonian article on USRA Nationals featuring ORT Team Teva leads the pack out of Fish Creek during the mass start downriver race to Memaloose. AIRE graciously provided race boats for all…

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2011 USRA Nationals this weekend in Oregon!

This weekend’s Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival outside of Portland, OR will play host to the most competitive whitewater event in the US. Teams from across the country are competing in this 4 event race, comprised of sprint, downriver, slalom, and head-to-head disciplines. For more information, please visit the Upper Clackamas Festival website. The UCWWF is an event open to all boaters (kayaks, driftboats, riverboards, IKs, cats, etc) and attracts hundreds of people from the Northwest. Come and join the action as a participant or spectator! Upper Clackamas Whitewater Festival 2009 from CRG Video on Vimeo. Writing a thesis means making…

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Oregon Rafting Team puts on Wildwater Premier in Portland, OR Feb 16th

FORGE Link FB Event Link where to apply for a loan The Wildwater Story “When ordinary people, share a singular passion, the extraordinary emerges. WildWater is a journey into the mind and soul of whitewater, into the places only river runners can go, places of discovery, solitude and risk. Its a visually stunning feast for the senses, and an expedition into new ideas. We set out to create a new kind of adventure film. One where image, sound and ideas trump all else. We wanted to communicate the essence of the thing – wild places and whitewater – and put…

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CO Raft teams volunteer with Eagle River Watershed

The Colorado men and women’s raft teams volunteered in October 2010 with the Eagle River Watershed Council as part of the Edwards Eagle River restoration project. Team members cut willow branches to create will wattles, or “logs” made from willow clippings. The wattles were used in an effort to stabilize the stream banks from further erosion and to provide shade and cooling to benefit the health of the river and fish. Check out some photos from the day: What you really should know is that one of the factors which influence your grade is the way your thesis is proven…

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How To Start A Research Paper

Research papers are longer pieces of written work. They are longer than essays, though their writing procedure is similar to those of essay writing. However, in learning how to write a research paper, research needs to be done in greater depths unlike in essay writing. Topics need to be investigated; interviews can be conducted for one to have background information about the topic. Reading printed materials this includes magazines, journals and others. Focus on what you want. Consider what you want for your research. if the page is about cosmetics then major only on the cosmetics come up with a…

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Pan American Championships August 20-23 in Brazil

The Pan American Championships are being held in Foz do Aguassu, Brazil August 20 – 23, 2010! Check out the event website here. The race is on the Itaipu Canal, an awesome WW park. If your organization/team is interested in representing the USRA and USA in these games, please contact the USRA here or the Pan American Championship event organizers.

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