International festivals for breast cancer survivor dragon boaters began in 2005, in Vancouver, BC, with 61 teams and approximately 1,400 in attendance. In 2007, the paddlers flocked to Caloundra, Australia with 85 teams and 1,800 in attendance. Then on to Peterborough, Ontario, Canada in 2014 with 65 teams and 2,000 in attendance. The IBCPC was formally established at the Peterborough festival and it is a growing international festival held every four years. Knot A Breast was the fastest team in Peterborough and again in Sarasota, Florida in 2014. There were 101 teams and 3,000 in attendance in Sarasota. There were 128 teams from 28 countries in Florence, Italy. There were approximately 3000 participants in the three-day festival along the Arno River.
https://i2.wp.com/knotabreast.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/07/123456-feature-IBCPC-cover.jpg?fit=491%2C481&ssl=1 481 491 Jane Kierstead https://knotabreast.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/01/Knot_A_Breast_PR_300-2-300x150.jpg Jane Kierstead2020-08-25 18:00:002021-10-25 10:51:11Stories from 2018 IBCPC Festival: A Racer’s Perspective
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