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A Glimpse of the 6th Annual Chattajack

Consisting of 31 miles through the Tennessee River Gorge, the Chattajack is an inspiring and gruelling paddle board and kayak race that takes place every year in Chattanooga, Tennessee. It draws people from around the world, partly due to its beautiful destination, and partly because of its notorious reputation as one of the most challenging long distance races.

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A Look Back at 2016 Chattajack

Following the 2016 Chattajack (held in October), one participant edited together an incredible video highlighting the race and one’s journey and dedication to take part in it. Have a look at the documentary-style video below.

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4th Annual Chattajack Race To Be Bigger Than Ever

The 4th Annual Chattajack paddle board and kayak race is set to go off this weekend and it's guaranteed to be a great race and bigger than ever. The Chattajack is a 31-mile SUP/Kayak race in Chattanooga, Tennessee with the Chattajack course running the length of the Tennessee River gorge.

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Why You Need To Try The Chattajack SUP Race

Chattajack is a 31-mile SUP/Kayak race in Chattanooga, Tennessee with the Chattajack course running the length of the Tennessee River gorge. The course twists and turns through a gorge with walls rising on both sides of racers 800+ feet overhead. The 2015 Chattajack taking place on October 24 of this year will host 300 racers, up 100 from 2014.

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2014 Chattajack Race Video

The annual Chattajack Race in Chattanooga, Tennessee took place on October 25, 2014 and was an awesome event. Check out the awesome video that was created from this year’s Chattajack. Enjoy.

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Paddle Boarding Wolf River, Memphis

April 7th, 2012, a group of 8 paddlers, to include British Adventurer Dave Cornthwaite and Canadian Adventurer Rod Wellington will paddle the Wolf River from its source to its confluence with the Mississippi River, a distance of some 105+ miles.

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Stand Up Paddle Expedition with Dave Cornthwaite

Dave Cornthwaite takes a much-needed break to talk about his journey so far and what it means to stand up paddle every day on one the world's most iconic rivers, the Mississippi. Read about his daily routine and his record-setting day of 77.2 miles.

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