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Published on Jul 18, 2012
In June 2012, some of the world's best whitewater kayakers gathered on Washington's Little White Salmon River for some friendly (despite the trash talking) competition. Squaring off in teams of two, paddlers raced each other and the clock down this classic stretch of Class V water, providing plenty of highlights and carnage for the camera.
The Little White Race is a celebration of the Pacific Northwest kayaking culture. Steep drops, a tight community, and one of the most beautiful river corridors in the World await those who want to step it up and not just run the Little White..... but race it. The Little White Race is an annual event that is put on by World Class Academy. The first official event took place in June 2011.
The Little White Salmon race was developed to celebrate the community of kayakers whose church is the Little White Salmon and whose attendance is not limited to Sundays. Running the Little White is not just about you, but the group you are with. For this reason, and to use a model that closer represents actual creek boating, the Little White Salmon Race is a team competition.