The goal is to build our whitewater park and ultimately bring the 2028 Olympic Whitewater Events to Gold Hill. (We have an Olympic Slalom course designed and engineered. Meanwhile, LA has no whitewater...)
Email Steve@goldhillwhitewater.org if you are interested in being involved in this world class event!
CONGRATULATIONS KINGS & QUEENS!
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*Minimum of three to create a competitive class. All classes involve racing the three channels of Powerhouse Rapid (IV) and two portages unless otherwise noted.
R4 (4-person Raft) Downriver
K1 (1-person Kayak) Short
K1 (1-person Kayak) Long
IK (Inflatable kayak)
Stand Up Paddleboard (SUPs) Downriver - 2 portages Class II
R1 (1-person raft or cata-raft) Downriver - Main Powerhouse channel, no portages
YOUTH (Under 19) and MASTERS (Over 40) CATEGORIES
CRAZY PETE’S SUP CHALLENGE
$1000 cash prize for the SUP racer to land (clean run, no falls) all three channels of Powerhouse in a race lap. GOPRO or similar POV recording device required for official review. If multiple competitors complete the challenge the prize money goes to the fastest course time.
ALL RACES START AT 1275 UPPER RIVER RD
ALL RACES FINISH BELOW MUGGER'S ISLAND
REQUIREMENTS / RULES:
All rules are in accordance with local law, Oregon State Marine Board, ACA Insurance and Western Whitewater Championship Series.
REGISTRATION IS ON SITE AND OPENS AT 10:00 am Saturday.
Entry fee is $20 per competitor.
Registration is at the Riverwalk Marketplace 996 Upper River Rd.
PFD'S, HELMETS & APPROPRIATE FOOTWEAR for carrying your boat over rocks are required (no bare feet or flip flops). You must sign a liability waiver. The minimum age is 15 with parental consent.
SAFETY MEETING IS MANDATORY - Racers must be registered and at the Gold Hill Whitewater Center at 1275 Upper River Rd. at 11:30AM. Races will start at noon and end at 4PM. On-site registration opens at 10AM and closes at noon, Saturday July 13.
This race is intended as friendly competition, and as such, assisting other teams or paddlers in distress is not only required, but may earn sponsor prizes. Failure to assist in an emergency may result in disqualification.
Keep in mind that the river flow, the weather, the rules, and the racecourse can change without notice. If you are not able to safely navigate class IV rapids, you should not compete on the class IV race course.
The KING and QUEEN of the ROGUE titles are given to the man and woman with the most total points from all categories; R4, K1, SUP, IK and R1 races. Points will be awarded based on placement in each of these race categories (it is not necessary to participate in all events to win, but your chances increase if you do;-).
1st through 3rd place prizes will also be awarded for the fastest R4 Team, Kayak, IK, SUP and Rowing events.
For more info, follow us on Facebook/King of the Rogue Race. You can also call Steve at 541-941-4663 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
**Proceeds from this event support the Gold Hill Whitewater Park.**
Thanks to our Major Sponsors!
This event couldn't happen without our sponsors and volunteers. Check them out!
Sawyer Paddles & Oars: Perfomance driven and a favorite of professionals and guides everywhere. Visit paddlesandoars.com
Rogue Rafting Co: Professionally guided whitewater rafting & fishing trips. Visit rogueraftingcompany.com