Full results are up on www.gorecanyon.com
. The times are correct. However, some of the classifications may not be. A couple of folks weren't too sure how long their boats were. Since it was on the honor system, I don't think that the organizers at registration got boat make and model info from the racers to verify.
Anyways, thanks to everyone who participated, volunteered, and spectated. It was a great day.
BTW, Ken was paddling a pristine Phoenix Savage kayak. Faster than a Slipper but not as fast as the Cascade. It was manufactured by Phoenix Kayaks in Kentucky, no relation to Savage Designs that Corran Addison was involved with. Google Phoenix Kayaks to find out more. They are still producing some designs under the company name of Pokeboats or something. They are a bit more expensive now than in 1989 when I bought a brand new Slipper for $450.00. There are still a few mint condition Phoenix boats lurking around the garages and sheds of the midwest.