Spectators gathered to watch the group division of the Missouri American Water MR340 river race get underway Tuesday in Kansas City, Kan. More than 500 racers set out to paddle 340 miles across the state on the Missouri River — from Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kan., to St. Charles, Mo. — during what is said to be the longest nonstop river race in the world.
Spectators gathered to watch the group division of the Missouri American Water MR340 river race get underway Tuesday in Kansas City, Kan. More than 500 racers set out to paddle 340 miles across the state on the Missouri River — from Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kan., to St. Charles, Mo. — during what is said to be the longest nonstop river race in the world. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com
Spectators gathered to watch the group division of the Missouri American Water MR340 river race get underway Tuesday in Kansas City, Kan. More than 500 racers set out to paddle 340 miles across the state on the Missouri River — from Kaw Point in Kansas City, Kan., to St. Charles, Mo. — during what is said to be the longest nonstop river race in the world. Shane Keyser skeyser@kcstar.com

Hundreds of paddlers hit the river for the Missouri American Water MR340

July 28, 2015 10:15 AM