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They don’t call the Texas Water Safari The World’s Toughest Canoe Race’ for nothing. In addition to the length, the challenges include whitewater rapids, multiple portages, and the relentless, soul-sapping Texas heat. Competitors have four days and four hours to paddle from San Marcos, in the center of the state, to the shy little town of Seadrift on the Gulf Coast. There is no prize money for the winners; just Texas-size bragging rights for the finishers.
It is 260 miles of non-stop paddling! Originally started in 1963 and held every year in June.
This marathon begins at Aquarena Springs in San Marcos and Seadrift is the host to this grueling race's finish line.
For more information visit the Texas Water Safari Official Website.
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