2nd Annual Paddle for the Cure 2017


For Questions Email: info@paddleforthecurenyc.org

Paddle for the Cure is a special support organization for breast cancer survivors. We offer a unique survivorship program that uses recreational dragon boat paddling to manage treatment side effects of treatment for breast cancer survivors and promotes a positive and healthy lifestyle.

Organized by survivors, we paddle our way to recovery with each other and a tremendous group of supporters and paddling enthusiasts along our side. Our on-water season is May through October. Off-season indoor practice is available November through April. We plan to practice weekly in the World's Fair Marina during the warm weather and participate in dragon boat races along the East Coast.

Our team events are open to all and promote a healthy lifestyle, a way of getting life and movement back through exercise, as well as emotional support and team spirit.

Since Paddle for the Cure is a 501 (c)3 non-profit organization, donations and tickets at our fundraisers and events are tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law.

Want to make a donation? 

If you wish to make a cash or check donation, please download the form and mail it in!

Donation Form

Or you can donate via paypal directly from the link below:


Your generous tax-deductible contribution will help support our mission. 

Thank you.

Elite Race Schedule –
7:30am – check-in begins 
8:30am – Racer briefing
9:00am – 6M course – Kayaks and Surfski start
9:05am – 6M course – SUPs start

Recreational Race Schedule –
9:00am – check-in-begins 
10:00am – 3M course – Kayaks and Kayak Double start
10:05am – 3M course – SUPs start

12:00pm – Flower Ceremony
1:00pm –   Pinkathon 2K Run (Pink Theme) Walk / Jog / Run on the beach.
2:00pm –   Hula Hula Dance and Yoga
2:30pm –   Kids race – "Scavenger Race"
3:00pm – Awards Ceremony & After Party Begins 

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Note: All live times are unadjusted and unofficial.

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Aug 20, 2017


Port Washington, NY