Safety first for Dinghy Derby

This weekend’s Red Bull Riverland Dinghy Derby may qualify as an extreme sport, but safety remains a priority, local organizers say


Aiden Shaw, of Renmark, gets his safety gear in order before tonight’s Dash 4 Cash and the Red Bull Riverland Dinghy Derby on Sunday. While Jack Gallard, Drew Gartery, Matt Andrews, Josh Bowden, Jaiden Wilkinson and Ben Pilgrim, pictured in the background, prepare to get in a practice run. PHOTO: Will Slee

THIS weekend’s Red Bull Riverland Dinghy Derby may qualify as an extreme sport, but safety remains a priority, local organisers say

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Originally published at www.murraypioneer.com.au on February 1, 2016.

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