Racing Classes

Senior Racing Kayak Double
Only Craft that comply with International Canoe Federation K2 specifications can enter this class

Masters Racing Kayak Double
Both crew members must be 40 +

Junior Racing Kayak Double
Competitors under the age of 18 years on January 1st 2011 are considered junior

Men's Senior Racing Kayak
Only craft that comply with international Canoe Federation K1 Specifications can enter this class

Women's Senior Racing Kayak

Masters Racing Kayak

40+

Junior Racing Kayak
Competitors under the age of 18 years on January 1st 2011 are considered junior

Senior Wild Water Racer (Kayak or canoe)
Only craft that comply with international Canoe Federation Wild Water Racer specifications can enter this class 

Junior Wild Water Racer (Kayak or Canoe)
Competitors under the age of 18 years on January 1st 2011 are considered junior 

Men's Senior General Purpose
The general guidline specifications for this class are 420 x 59. Wavehoppers must compete in this general purpose class.

Women's Senior General Purpose

Masters General Purpose
40+

Men's Junior General Purpose
Competitors under the age of 18 years on January 1st 2011 are considered junior

Women's Junior General Purpose

Touring Kayak Double
The general guideline specifications for this class are 500 x 67. Rudders are permissible on boats in this class

Touring Canadian Double
Craft must be 18 feet or less to enter this class

Touring Canadian Triple

Touring Canadian Single

The general guideline specifications for this class are 430 x 70
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