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High drama shakes up Berg on Day Three

A day of high drama on the tough third stage has shaken up the leaderboard of the Berg River Canoe Marathon, ending the challenge of race leaders Graeme Solomon and Hungarian Adrián Boros after Boros withdrew ill, and catapulting KZN youngsters Hamish Lovemore and Tyron Maher into the lead. After paddling superbly to set up a hefty lead after the[…]

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Solomon and Boros seize Berg by the jugular

Riding a one hundred cubic metre per second bullet of floodwater, overnight leaders and defending champions Graeme Solomon and Hungarian Adrián Boros extended their lead in the Berg River Canoe Marathon with a faultless display over the 48km second stage. With the overnight stop at Zonquasdrift flooded by the overnight arrival of the floodwaters, Solomon and Boros set off with[…]

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Solomon and Boros bounce back to take control

Defending champions Graeme Solomon and Hungarian Adrián Boros had to fight back from a disastrous mishap halfway through the 62km first stage to take full control of the Berg River Canoe Marathon on the first stage on Wednesday. Starting on a very full river swollen by two days of heavy rain in the catchment area, six teams settled into a[…]

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