2006 OUC ICE FLOE RACE PETERBOROUGH
Ice Floe Bear
ICE FLOE RACE


On March 11, 2006 the OUC held the annual Ice Floe Race
on the Otonabee River, Peterborough. The objective is to push a slab of ice (about 20' x 15')
about 1 km down the river. The team that completes the distance in the shortest time wins!
Our team finished 4th...OK, so again this year, there were only 5 teams this year...but what the heck...it was still fun!!


The Team
Team Captain--- Doug C. Members--- Steve B., Mike D., Jodi C., Lynn P., Stephen S., Mary S. , Keith C. , Sandie L. , Ken M., Warren L. , Thomas L. , Trevor C.
CANADIAN SPORTS DIVERS ICE FLOE TEAM.


Briefing Strategy

Pre-Race Briefing
Team Captains Meeting

Pre-Race Strategy
Strategy is Everything!
Cutting Ice Cuts
Lock 24 Starting Line.
Ice Floes are cut by chain saw here.
Ice Floes..Ready To Go!
Team Logo Team 4
Club Model Posing With Team Banner
At The Finish Line
Race 3 Race 2
At The Finish....
Get Us Out Of Here!!
Other Other 2
Other Teams Finishing
Other Teams Finishing
Finish Food
Finally Finished!
Long Haul...Over 40 Minutes In the Water!
Hot Chicken Noodle Soup!
Food2 After Race 3
After Race...Warm Food!!
Hot Dogs, Sausages, Ron & Santa Are the Chefs
After Race 3 Awards
Hot Chocolate...
Awards for the Winners!
Results
Results


MANY THANKS TO ALL THE VOLUNTEERS, & TRIDENT UNDERWATER CLUB FOR CUTTING THE ICE
Also Thanks to Canadian Sport Divers "Dry" Volunteers: Ray, Rose, plus all others who helped out