Looking for the perfect excuse? Just say, “I’d love to but I’m attending the Dragon Boat Lessons for Beginners” at LCKC.”
Taunt your co-workers and neighbors until they accept the Dragon Boat Challenge! Or, just ask.
There weren’t a boat load of participants at the 21st Annual Polar Bear Plunge on February 9th after being postponed from January, 1, 2019.
Wear a wetsuit or a bikini to take the Polar Bear Plunge for Valentine’s Day on Saturday, February 9, 2019, on the docks behind the boathouse at Lake Lanier Olympic Park.
The new Lanier Canoe & Kayak Sprint Team Head Coach is Zsolt Szadovszki, a World Champion medalist who was recently the head coach for the Hawaii Canoe & Kayak Team.
I was considering taking the dive into Lake Lanier on New Year’s Day. Can you imagine how crushing it was to learn they postponed the 2019 Polar Bear Plunge?
What is more fun than jumping into cold water at the 2019 Polar Bear Plunge into Lake Lanier? Well, just about everything, if you ask me. For others? It’s the perfect way to start the New Year.
Lake Lanier Olympic Park Executive Director Robyn Lynch released the final medal counts from the 2018 ICF Dragon Boat World Championship races held on Lake Lanier.
World-class athletes with the Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club (LCKC) are known around the world. But, you don’t have to be an Olympic hopeful to enjoy Lanier Canoe and Kayak Club’s new website.
Our friends with the Lanier Canoe & Kayak Club (LCKC) have a great opportunity for you. They have plenty of spots available for volunteers needed on Saturday, June 16, 2018. Here’s the catch! You have to be willing to have fun, work hard and get a free lunch.