Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race

2015 Canoe Race Photos


Here are a list of links to photo galleries by various photographers who were at the 49th Annual Kendskeag Stream Canoe Race.

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If you are a photographer with race photos that you'd like to share, send me a message with a link and I'll be happy to add you to the list.

Brian Feulner Photography (Galleries)

Whittling Fog Photography (Galleries)

Charlie Smith Photography (Galleries)

Judy Weatherbee / Digital Cobwebs (Facebook Gallery)

Bill Knight Photography (Facebook Gallery)

Miriam Kates-Goldman (Facebook Gallery)

Joelle Wightman Photography (Google+ Gallery)


2015 Race Results Are Here!


Here are the race results for the 2015 Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race:
(2015 results PDF file)


Whitewater Weekend: A Doubleheader!


The Maine whitewater season kicked off with the St. George and Passy River races last weekend, and now it's time for another doubleheader weekend.

Tomorrow (Saturday, April 18th) the Souadabscook Stream Canoe Race begins in Hampden at noon.

Note that there are two races offered on the Sou this year - a shorter race which stops before the whitewater (highly suitable for beginners) and the regular race course which takes you through several sets of rapids. Here's a writeup from the BDN if you'd like to know more.

And then there's the Marsh Stream Canoe Race in Frankfort on Sunday. This is one of those whitewater gems which is often overlooked but well worth a trip.

Visit the Maine Canoe & Kayak Racing Organization ( for more information on these and other races this spring!


Kenduskeag Rescheduled For April 25th


The 49th Annual Kenduskeag Stream Canoe Race has been rescheduled for
Saturday, April 25th.

Here's a report from the Bangor Daily News.

Originally scheduled for April 18th, the race event had to be postponed due to ice on the stream.

It's been that kind of winter - a lengthy deep freeze which as locked up most streams and rivers with ice, wreaking havoc on the first whitewater races of spring.

This marks the first time in 49 years that the Kenduskeag has been rescheduled.

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