Annual regatta held Sunday on Miami Beach
More than 200 rowers expected to take part in 2.7-mile race
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. – More than 200 rowers were expected to participate in an annual regatta along Miami Beach's Indian Creek Sunday morning.
The Head of the Indian Creek Regatta is a 2.7-mile race that spans the Indian Creek from 35th Street to 65th Street.
Races were held throughout the day, starting at 7 a.m. and featured various categories of skill level and participants ranging in age from 12 to 73 years old. Sunday's event was the 22nd year of the annual event.
The regatta draws competitors from across the southeastern United States. This was the first year the event includes adaptive rowing, which included members of the disabled community on a nationally-recognized level.
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