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Welcome to the Marathon Canoe Club of SA, we hope you enjoy your visit to or web home.

Details of our premier event, the Riverland Paddling Marathon (RPM) can be viewed at this site. You can also access details on other marathon paddling events. Or you can look up the latest weather report, river levels and tide times from the links page.

We hope our web home satisfies your interest and whets your appetite for marathon paddling.

For more information contact the club at MarathonCanoeClubofSA@live.com.au

 

Riverland Paddling Marathon


The Riverland Paddling Marathon (RPM) is South Australia’s premiere long distance paddling marathon. The RPM incorporates the Murray 200, the Murray 200 Relay, the Murray 100 and the Riverland mini-marathon.

The 3 day event runs from Berri to Morgan over the Queens Birthday long weekend every year in June.
The Riverland Paddling Marathon attracts all types of paddle craft including kayaks, canoes, surf skis, surf boats, dragon boats and stand up paddle boards. Recreational classes are run in conjunction with competitive classes.
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  • ICF updates events for 2020 and 2021 May 19, 2020
    The International Canoe Federation has released an updated event calendar for the remainder of 2020, and a provisional calendar for 2021. The ICF stresses both calendars are under constant review and further changes could be made, depending on the international health situation. The health and safety of everyone attending the events remains the highest priority […]
  • Vale Keith Lyons May 18, 2020
    It is with great sadness that we pass on the news that the paddling community lost one of its great contributors last week. Keith Lyons died on the 13th of May. Keith was an educator and sport scientist and made a huge contribution to paddling as a Paddle Australia director (2009-2013) as well as a […]
  • Joshua Lee May 17, 2020
    Name: Joshua Lee DOB: 13/08/03 National team: Senior Hometown: Lismore Current place of residence: Lismore Club: FNCCC (Far North Coast Canoe Club) How did you get into paddling? My Dad has been paddling for about 15 years prior to when I started. What has been your biggest accomplishment in the sport so far? 2019 WW junior team […]