Singapore Barbarian races for the year. Coming up next is April's
classic party race on the beautiful Boracay Island in the Philippines.
If you're interested, please let me know so I can add you to the list
Singapore Barbarians are team made up of team members from different
expat teams who travel to foreign locations to race. It's a great way to
experience paddling in a new environment, meet paddlers from other
A fun race organised by the American team.
500m race organised by SAVA
After such a great December paddling I guess you are all ready to burn off those Christmas calories.
Who is up for paddling at the usual time on Saturday?
$10 charge for all unless you sign up for the season ($150) then all sessions are free until July!
The following email has been circulated from an unknown source
for the subject but it is that time again to start planning for this
non sponsored leaderless event (no permits are obtained to paddle up
Singapore River so no one is responsible for this in case there is a
Please let me know how many from your team will be participating so the correct number of boats can be organized.
A consistently strong turn out for the last few weeks, including many people new to the team!
I am already excited about our potential next year.
So who is up for it this Saturday?
Wow, two great turn outs in a row! You guys are really keen!
Let me now if you are up for this Saturday
Most of the Expat Dragonboat community runs on beer.
The sponsorship given by bar sponsors is by far the largest source of income for the dragonboat teams. So this Friday we are going to give something back. I know, we are so selfless.
The Dragonboat Expat community has organised a pub crawl to visit some of the team sponsors. We are lucky enough to have our bar on that list. Money spent there will benefit the team directly so we must come out in full force and support this!!
The plan for this Friday night is;
There will be a session if enough people are coming