2022 Golden Rodeo Down River Race Results

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2022 Golden Rodeo Down River Race

On Wednesday, June 29th, the Colorado Whitewater Association hosted a spectacular down river race in the heart of Golden, CO.  The upper section of the Clear Creek play park was the race course. Strategically placed X’s or yellow ropes positioned on course were used for gates . After multiple ferries and an all out sprint to the finish line, boaters arrived to a cheering crowd and lots of smiles.

“The Front Range’s biggest and longest running whitewater event” – race organizer Dave Holzman

The Golden Rodeo event had an emphasis on fun with all water craft and ages welcome. Kayaks split into long or playboat categories. With the course being right on the Clear Creek walking trail, paddlers could easily enter both classifications or grab their SUP for another chance at victory and bragging rights. There were also prizes for the top three competitors in each category. Not bad for a free event.
If you are in the front range next June, put the Golden Rodeo on your bucket list. Check the Colorado Whitewater Association’s website for event details or checkout our events page.

COLORADO WHITEWATER -GOLDEN COMMUNITY RODEO SERIES 2022 DOWNRIVER RACE RESULTS

COLORADO WHITEWATER -GOLDEN COMMUNITY RODEO SERIES 2022 DOWNRIVER RACE RESULTS

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