ⓘ Waterside Series

                                     

ⓘ Waterside Series

The Waterside Series is a series of four marathon canoe races held on the Kennet and Avon Canal and finishing at the Newbury Waterside Centre.

The series of races is held each spring in the 8 weeks before Easter. They are held on Sundays every two weeks starting 8 weeks from Easter and the races are all more in the distance.

It is common to use water series as the event is a warm up for the longer 125 km Devizes to Westminster international canoe marathon, however, despite his reputation as a warm-up event, it is a debilitating problem in its own right.

                                     
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