Posted by Spalding Hurst

November 5, 2013

Sitting alongside the river during the race this year, the whole spectacle of what this event has become completely overwhelmed me. The first ever Green River Narrows race featured sixteen competitors and a smattering of their friends who weathered the steep hike into Gorilla. Ten years before that, everyone thought the river itself wholly unrunnable. And then, this year, more than 140 paddlers went as hard as they could through the crux of the Green’s whitewater and boulder gardens.

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