One beat, one stroke, one boat...this is the life of Bugsay Marajao Dragon Boat Team. Every drumbeat of the caller signals the splashing of the water by virtue of the synchronized strokes of the paddles. As the continuous beating of the drum progresses into varying paces of longs, power longs and hards, every paddler aims to give
Seahawks PH is a newly formed dragon boat team composed of passionate individuals from different backgrounds working together to achieve a common goal: to excel in the sport of dragon boat and to improve our well-being. Founded in December 2016, Seahawks PH is a competitive dragon boat team that believes in the importance of winning through
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Dragon boat in the United Arab Emirates was popularized by Canadian expats in the mid-1990s. From there, the sport slowly grew among the international community. Filipinos began to dominate the sport when corporate teams from Abu Dhabi sponsored employees to train. Today, half of the paddlers competing in every race are Philippine expats. Hence, the Dragon Warriors
Thanks to Arjun'a Actub for the information on this team! Team Bakunawa is a fledgling, motley crew of fun-loving, crazy, and eager-to-learn individuals from Iligan City. The term "do-it-yourself" has never been more apt for any other team, as Bakunawa started by building their own dragon boat named "Baku" (with "no experience of building anything in their lives,"
Thanks to Fr. Kits G. Butardo for this write-up! Agusan River is one of the longest and most beautiful rivers in Mindanao. It is a river that tells thousands of stories about people, transport, trade, culture. It is nature’s gift to the people of Mindanao. People have embraced the mighty Agusan River with all its nature to provide
When the Manila Ocean Park (MOP) opened its doors along Manila Bay in 2008, it seemed natural for the marine park to support its employees in forming a dragon boat team. A few years later, they are among the most active corporate-based teams in the PDBF roster. While MOP is a relatively young team compared to others who