Kayaking campers

Chilliwack Centre of Excellence

The 2011 Canadian National Whitewater Slalom and Wildwater Championships are taking place August 1-7 at the Tamihi Rapids on Chilliwack Lake Road.

The main events take place Aug. 6-7 as racers from across Canada and the United States clash on the water.

This year, the Chilliwack Centre of Excellence is offering a novice camp during the week for local kids who would like to try the sport.

The camp is on flatwater.

Equipment and coaching is supplied along with a hotdog barbecue, race and chance to win some great prizes.

For info, contact Shonnet Allen at the CCE by phone at 604-0858-0877.

Registration info and forms can be found online at http://chilliwackcentreofexcellence.sportical.com/ Spaces are limited, register now.

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