WORLD'S FIRST BATHTUB RACE
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When was the world's first bathtub race?
Back in 1967, Canada's 100th
birthday, the city of Nanaimo in British Columbia decide to hold a 36 mile race
from Nanaimo to Vancouver.
The rules were simple, strap a motor to a bathtub,
climb in and get to Vancouver as fast as you can and with that the world's first
bathtub race, the Great International World Championship Bathtub Race, was held.
The race was a huge success and the Loyal Nanaimo
Bathtub Society was formed and the race has been held every year since as part
of the Nanaimo Marine Festival.
The winner of the first Great International World
Championship Bathtub Race was Rusty Harrison with a time of 3 hours 26 minutes.
The Great International World Championship Bathtub Race
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