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2018 Bay Area Dragon Boat Race

April 24, 2018
<h2>2018 Bay Area Dragon Boat Race</h2>
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The Bay Area Dragons (BAD) presents the Bay Area Dragon Boat Novice Race (previously "Foster City Novice Dragon Boat Race") on Sunday, June 10, 2018 in Foster City, CA. 

 

The race course is 300 meters long, and usually take less than 2 minutes to finish. All equipment provided and you get up to 2 free coached practices to get you ready for the race.

   

USTA NorCal couldn’t miss out on the racing experience, so we will compete in our own boat with a team made of USTA staff, tennis league players, and volunteers.  New to dragon boat? This is your chance! This is a race for people who have no or little experience with dragon boat. Get your friends and coworkers together to join a day of paddling, food, and music!

To become part of the USTA NorCal Dragon Boat team, please contact Silvia Dueñas-Bielser at duenas-bielser@norcal.usta.com .    Paddlers are expected to participate in two practices and race day.  Practices will be held on Sunday, May 20 and Sunday, June 3 from 11 am -12 noon at the Foster City Boat Park.  Register today as spots are limited!

For more information on the Bay Area Dragon Boat Novice Race, please visit https://badboatrace.com/

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USTA NorCal is a non-profit association led by a volunteer board and employs a staff of 36 at the section headquarters in Alameda. We serve 47K+ members and outreach to many different audiences to grow the game at all levels and abilities. We believe tennis is more than just a sport, it’s an inclusive and inviting lifetime activity for all.

Net Generation (USTA youth tennis) is looking to capture the imaginations of kids of all ages, backgrounds, and skill levels — bringing together a national community of parents, coaches, teachers, and volunteers. Learn more about youth tennis at www.NetGeneration.com.

For more information about USTA NorCal and our programs, visit www.usta.com. Find yourself in the game.

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