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Start at Eunony Bridge, finish at Wagga Beach.
Sunday, February 14, 2016
9am – Bridge to Beach Aquathon, starting at Wagga Beach
9.30am – Wagga Bidgee Canoe Club seven kilometre race, starting at Eunony Bridge
10am – Juniors race
10.30am – Family fun event
11am – Open teams event
11.30am – Business centre and defence school challenge
12pm – Odd bods race
Gumi bouncing back into the water on Sunday: The annual Gumi race is back and it’s full steam ahead for organisers after a hurdle last month.
Notre Dame medical students with unique idea for Wagga Gumi race: Doctors usually strive for a hole-in-one on the golf course, but this group of students will be hoping to avoid one on the river.
Rule change slapped on Gumi Race:New rules are being forced upon the Gumi Race, as organisers call on public support to help keep the 40-year tradition alive.
Gumi hopeful slams RMS over stalling race: A Wagga man who has dedicated years vying for the acclaimed King of Gumi has lashed out at the Roads and Maritime Services’ (RMS) resistance to give the iconic event the green light.
Iconic Gumi Race lands in murky water over 'safety concerns':The iconic annual Gumi Race could be axed under grave concerns for safety – but hope still floats for devoted organisers.
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