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The Kingston to Ottawa 200 (K2O) race is an ultra endurance 200km marathon paddling race through a UNESCO World Heritage site. The race takes place on slow moving water and must be completed within 42 hours. All types of non-fixed paddle crafts are allowed in the race however, no crafts with sails or pedals are permitted. Examples of non-fixed paddle crafts are: canoes, kayaks, SUPs, voyageur canoes, surf skis, etc. Challenge the race as a soloist, in a team of 2 or more paddlers, or even as a relay to split up the distance. The K2O makes its mark as Ontario’s longest non-stop paddling marathon and the only race in the province to offer prize money. Expect an incredible journey, an incredible event, and an incredible challenge!
NEW RULE CHANGES TO THE K2O RACE THIS YEAR!
- 6 hour race extension – 42 hour total time allowance to complete race
- August 5th, 2016 Friday morning 6AM Race Start
- Addition of K2O – half marathon second half option from Smith Falls to Ottawa
- New structure for prize money distribution