ICF Jr Wildwater World Championships

Lower Saluda River

Columbia, SC 29201

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Phone: (704) 348-4330

City: Columbia

Region: Midlands

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ICF Jr Wildwater World Championships

Coming to the US for the first time, this race will bring in 15 Federations from across the world and 80 athletes for many hearty and exciting races in 1 man kayaks, 1 woman kayaks, 1 man canoe, and 2 man canoes. The 3 mile classic race will take place on the Saluda River.

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