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Sundragons power to victory

The Fort Langley Canoe Club Sundragons took top spot in the women
The Fort Langley Canoe Club Sundragons took top spot in the women's C division at a regatta in Vancouver.
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The Fort Langley Canoe Club Sundragons won gold last month at the Rio Tinto Alcan Dragonboat Regatta in Vancouver.

The team of 20 women, plus a drummer, steerperson and coach Cheryl McIntosh, took top spot in the women’s C division.

The Sundragons competed in three races and finished with a time of 2:26.790, nearly three seconds ahead of Raise a Little Swell (2:29.440).

The regatta was held June 20 to June 22.

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