Ken Rodonets, Juanita Wells, Louise Osborne and Kim Hewgill took The Record with them on their hike along the Chilkoot Trail. “ We started just outside of Skagway (Alaska ) and came thru to Bennett in the Yukon,” said Rodonets. “It was 53 km total. We did it in six days. We started on July 23rd , finished on July 28th.” They reached the summit, where this photo was taken, on July 25.

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The Gorging Dragons team took time out from the races to read The Record during the International Dragon Boat Federation Club Crew Championship in Szeged, Hungary.

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