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Goodland Canoe & Kayak Regatta 2010

Kim Kelsey, left, of Naples, shakes hands with friend and competitor Frank Albert, of Marco Island, after Kelsey finished in first place overall in the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski

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Kim Kelsey, left, of Naples, shakes hands with friend and competitor Frank Albert, of Marco Island, after Kelsey finished in first place overall in the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski

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  • From left, Kim Kelsey, Tyson Beebe, Joseph Gephart and Jon Ness, all of Naples, share a laugh as they secure a kayak and canoe to the roof racks following the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. Kelsey won first place overall in the race, with Beebe and Ness finishing first in the men's double and third place overall. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Matthew DeRose, left, of Naples, and his daughter, Demi DeRose, 15, cross the finish line in the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Steve Hill, a singer/songwriter from Naples, performs outside of Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland before the start of the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Tyson Beebe, left, and Jon Ness, both of Naples, finish first in the men's double and third place overall in racing action in the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Kim Kelsey, of Naples, finds his pace during race action in the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. Kesley won first place overall in the race. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Kim Kelsey, right, of Naples, relaxes after finishing first place overall in a canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Kim Kelsey, left, of Naples, shakes hands with friend and competitor Frank Albert, of Marco Island, after Kelsey finished in first place overall in the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Kim Kelsey, of Naples, powers ahead of the pack at the start of the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. Kelsey won first place overall in the race. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Tyson Beebe, of Naples, catches his breath after crossing the finish line with Jon Ness, not pictured, also of Naples, in the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. Beebe and Ness finished first in the mens doubles category, and third place overall. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski
  • Dave Holmes, center, of Goodland and official competitor for the Little Bar in Goodland, hops onto the docks after warming up for the canoe and kayak race during the inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta in Goodland on Saturday, May 29, 2010. The day-long event, sponsored by Marker 8 Restaurant in Goodland, drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers also included a fishing tournament, a treasure hunt and guided eco-tours led by Everglades Area Tours in Chokoloskee Island. Photo by Tristan Spinski

The inaugural Canoe & Kayak Regatta was held Saturday, May 29, 2010 in Goodland. The day-long event drew around a dozen competitors and a small crowd of onlookers.

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