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2023 Festival Schedule
Throughout the season, various JDBC teams will compete in festivals around the Southeast. These festivals are optional but it is a fun way to bring together diverse paddlers of all different abilities and strengths to achieve a common goal. There are various lengths raced depending on the festival you attend. These festivals gather people from different areas of the United States and Canada!
For 2023 festivals we plan to attend, visit https://www.meetup.com/Jacksonville-Dragon-Boat-Club
Join us! We accept anyone who is interested in getting bit my the dragon. Paddling is a great sport for those who enjoy the water.
JDBC: When preparing for festivals, everyone has an opportunity to participate. There are divisions for extremely competitive teams, divisions for social teams (community) and those for breast cancer teams. There are often teams for all-men (open) and all-women teams, as well.
MAMMOGLAMS: The Mammoglams is an all-breast cancer team. This team focuses on camaraderie, emotional support, and being engaged in a healthy lifestyle in order to improve the quality of life for breast cancer survivors. They consider themselves a "floating support group." The Mammoglams typically paddle in four to five festivals per year. If they are interested in attending more festivals, they often paddle with our other JDBC teams.
For information on joining any of our teams, please contact Marty Millard at 904-536-3475 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Check our our schedule or visit www.meetup.com/jacksonvilledragonboatclub for upcoming events.
Pictured here are Pat Bradley (left) and Coach Marty (right) at the 2015 IDBF World Championships. Marty has been a member of Team USA since 2015.
Pat Bradley, Consulting Coach (left) and Marty Millard, JDBF Head Coach (right).
We are so proud of them!
Congrats to Madeline and Layne for
making Team USA! They raced in the 2016 ICF Dragon Boat World Championships in Moscow!
We secured a berth to participate in the IDBF Club Crew World Championships in Adelaide, Australia in the spring of 2016!
JDBC Wins Silver 2022
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