January Board Meeting Approves Increased Programming for 2014

NRC board members agreed to pursue development programming in all three competitive whitewater disciplines of canoe/kayak sport, slalom, freestyle, and wildwater. A 2014 calendar of camps and events may be announced as early as this Friday. Click here for full...

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NRC Elects the 2014 Board of Directors

Nantahala Racing Club members elected the 2014 Board of Directors. Among the old faces are a couple of newcomers. Please join me in welcoming: President: Steve Zarnowski Vice President: Lee Leibfarth Treasurer: Aleta McCleskey Secretary: Juliet Kastorf At-Large: Maria Noakes, Melissa Duckworth, Sam Davis,...

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NRC Program Increases International Participation at Freestyle World Championships

Bryson City, NC (December 9, 2013) – Nantahala Racing Club took a leadership role in the Developing Nations Athletes program (DNA) in 2013 to increase country representation at the 2013 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships, which were held on...

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NRC Annual Meeting, Resolution and Minutes

The NRC board held their annual board meeting on December 6, 2013. Board elections were postponed until January 10. Elections will take place in the following manner. Nominations must be emailed to nantahalaracingclub@gmail.com by December 20. Nominations must include: First...

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Annual Meeting Scheduled for December 6, 2013

The annual NRC board meeting has been scheduled for the evening of Friday, December 6, 2013, though the specific time and location have yet to be determined. The meeting is open to all members, and the first order of...

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NRC Launces Developing Nations Program for 2013 Freestyle World Championships

Nantahala, NC – The Nantahala Racing Club (NRC) expanded its role in the 2013 Freestyle Competition, partnering with the International Canoe Federation (ICF) to create an ambassadorship program titled the Developing Nations Athletes program (DNA).  The DNA program identified...

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