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Gyro Park hosts last race of Vancouver Island Stand Up Paddle board series.

Cadboro Bay's Gyro Park is host to the last race of the Vancouver Island Stand Up Paddle board series.

 

Gyro Beach is hosting the last of five Vancouver Island Stand Up Paddle  Board (SUP) races Sun. Sept. 4. Expect to see lots of bodies in the water around Cadboro Bay.

Registration begins at 10 a.m. and the race kicks off at 11 a.m. Events include 30 minute and 45 minute races, a slalom course with beach starts and buoy races for all ability levels.

There will be free Starboard demonstrations and a barbecue after the race.

Contenders must race in four of five competitions in order to rank in the series, but the races are open to anyone who wants to compete for fun as well.

The previous four races were held in Comox, Parksville and Ucluelet. M

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