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VivCockburn Dragon Boat Club member Vivienne Wigg had the honour of bearing the flag for WA at the opening ceremony of the Australian Dragon Boat Championships held at Albury –Wodonga on April 21 and 22.

Cockburn was the only team representing WA and if success is defined by team camaraderie, fun and paddling beyond our expectations then CDBC had success in bucketloads.

Cockburn competed in the 200m and 500m Senior A Women’s (with only 2 Senior A, 40-50 year old, paddlers in the team and the majority nudging 60 or 60+). The results: 200m – 2nd in heat behind strong Brisbane-based Te Waka and 7th fastest in the semi-finals, just missing out on a finals berth. Overall 200m position 7 out of 17. 500m – 3rd in heat and 2nd in the repecharge with the overall position in 500m of 10th out of 14 teams.

Further News:

2016 – 2017

Rick Salisbury honoured with WA’s highest award

State Championships cap off a great season

Paddling for Australia

King Eddies win hospital’s corporate challenge

Coach’s Report – November regatta

Transplant recipients ‘have a go’

2015 – 2016

End-of-season wind-up

Wedding surprise

Long-serving members honoured at first regatta

Cockburn granted naming rights for first regatta

Tim Byrne appointed Head Coach

15th Australian Masters

2015 Bridge to Bridge ‘Classic Paddle’

Old boats donated to local primary school

New committee for 2015-2016 Season

2014-2015 Season

David Blackley Award 2015

‘Aqua Spectacular’ – Bunbury