Montreal Dragon Boat Challenge
Montreal, Parc Jean Drapeau
The Montreal Challenge is one of the most notorious dragon-boat event in North America with more than 150 teams coming from the Maritimes provinces, Quebec, Ontario and the Unites-States of America. Included in the dragon-boat agenda since 2008, the Montreal Challenge has built its good reputation throughout the years on the quality of the racing organisation, the competitive level as well as the festive atmosphere. Come live the experience of an international event gathering teams from every level on the one of a kind Montreal Olympic bassin.
In partnership with MCCAF, the Montreal dragon-boat Challenge highlights the cultural contribution brought to dragon-boat by the Chinese culture. Over two days of competition, participants and spectators will be fully immersed in Chinese culture with many performances by artists from China and Montreal.
Price per team (standard crew)
- $1250 plus taxes before June 16, 2023.
- $1350 plus taxes after June 16, 2023.
Price per team (small crew – 10 persons)
- $950 plus taxes before June 16, 2023.
- $ 1050 plus taxes after June 16, 2023.
DIVISIONS & CATEGORIES:
SPORT Division: Official pre-qualification for the 2023 Canadian Championship in Welland from July 19 to 23.
- Open (Sport)
- Mixed (Sport & Community)
- Women (Sport & Community)
- Seniors (Sport category only)
- 2x500m (heat and final)
- 1 x 200m (final, based on 500m heat)
- 1 x 2000m (final, turns at 500m)
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Vendors Montreal Challenge 2023
Are you interested in having a booth at our dragon boat events in 2023? Visit the following link for more information on our vendor and exhibitor program.
Sandman Hotel Montreal-Longueuil
Special price for participants. The hotel’s location is one subway station away from the competition site. Comfortable room. Hotel has a pool and a sauna.
For information and to make a reservation:
Yazid Lallami (sales representatives)
500m and 200m: medals for all finals (bronze, silver, gold). The medal ceremony will take place right after each 500m and 200m final.
2000m: gold medals for all finals (GOLD only for the 2000m, no silver or bronze). No official medal ceremony for the 2000m races. Team captains of winning teams will be called to the marshalling area a few minutes after each 2000m races to get the team medals.
MONTREAL CHINESE CULTURE AND ART FOUNDATION
In partnership with the Montreal Chinese Culture and Art Foundation (MCCAF), the Montreal dragon-boat Challenge highlights the cultural contribution brought to dragon-boat by the Chinese culture. Over two days of competition, participants and spectators will be fully immersed in Chinese culture with many performances by artists from China and Montreal.
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