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Saturday, 27 November 2010 04:50
South African Dawid Mocke put on a clinical display to win the 25km Hong Kong Dragon Run this morning. Aussie Jeremy Cotter came second.
Friday, 26 November 2010 19:46
Live commentary will commence at 09h30 Hong Kong time (03h30 South African time). In the meantime, here's last year's video to check out...
Thursday, 21 October 2010 09:55
[Editor: Last year the Aussies made a clean sweep of the podium, Shannon Eckstein winning his first ever international long distance surfski race and Jeremy Cotter and Tim Jacobs coming 2nd and 3rd respectively. A full house of South African paddlers will be there in November to prevent this happening again!]
Friday, 27 August 2010 06:41
Wednesday, 25 November 2009 23:03
While the comments flow thick and fast on could of, would have and should have and what race is best and toughest and what dictates a good or bad race, I thought would give you a bit of a rundown on how the recent Dragon Run unfolded.
Sunday, 22 November 2009 14:48
Take a technically challenging course, add some of the world's best elite surfski paddlers, mix in a dash of hectic weather and you've got the Dragon Run - "definitely the most competitive race this year," said Dawid Mocke who came fifth after hitting the wall some 5km from the finish.
Shannon Eckstein (1st), Jeremy Cotter (2nd) and Tim Jacobs (3rd) (Pic: Graham Uden)
Friday, 20 November 2009 19:23
Aussies dominate! Shannon Eckstein in only his third long distance ski race, won the 2009 Dragon Run, beating compatriots Jeremy Cotter and Tim Jacobs, with South Africans Clint Pretorius and Dawid Mocke coming in 4 & 5. Michele Eray won the women's race in a tight tussle with Aussie Ruth Highman (2nd) and Katie Pocock (NZ) (3rd).
Thursday, 19 November 2009 13:48
"The first year we had 48 paddlers, including 6-7 ‘elite' guys," said race organizer Andy Orr. "Last year we had 86 paddlers including about 15 guys who fall into the elite category.
"This year we think we'll have 130 doing the long course and 30 doing the short course. You have seen our paddler list, and it looks like we will have around 30 elite level paddlers."
Thursday, 22 October 2009 14:47
The Dragon Run takes place on November 21, 2009 in Hong Kong. Here’s an update from the Race Organisers.
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