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Mar 26, 2018

The Avon Descent 2018 Dates Now Available



The dates for the 2018 Avon Descent have now been released.


Last year our paddle dog, Robert McIntyre took the plunge and paddled the 124km race. Rob was fortunate enough to do his first Avon with the help of Spirit Paddle Sports. This is Australia’s most famous river marathon and definitely worth trying if you get the opportunity.


The race will be running on the 4th and 5th of August 2018.


For more details click here:

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