New Zealand’s Wild Descent kayak race on the Clutha River has been postponed this weekend and re-scheduled for April because of water safety concerns.
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The inaugural Wild Descent kayak race on the Clutha River is heading into day two of the four-day competition after a mass start above the Albert Town bridge yesterday morning.
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Otago — The South Islands longest body of water, the Clutha River, will this week play host to a fleet of adventure seeking kayakers competing in the inaugural Wild Descent Kayak event that kicks off on Thursday ( 25th April,2013).
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