Compared to some other sports, dragon boating is still quite niche so information spreads pretty fast, whether it’s right or wrong. These three myths seem to permeate all levels of the dragon boat spectrum; age, ability, and experience.
Congratulations on your decision to start a dragon boat team! Here are 6 steps to follow to help you build the dragon boat team of your dreams.
Mississauga partners start up online dragonboat hub Gushou Chrissy Wessman (left) and Blake Hara have created Gushou, an online platform intended to connect individuals, teams, coaches, vendors and event organizers in the global dragonboat community. Read the full story by Iain Colpitts in Mississauga News!
If you love sports, travel, and being the centre of attention, then this opportunity is for you! Gushou is making a splash in the global dragon boat community and we’re looking for someone who can embody the energy of the brand as our mascot. You’ll be engaging the dragon boat community by building hype at... Continue Reading →
What is Gushou? The word itself means “drummer” in Chinese. In dragon boat, the drummer creates a pulse, or heartbeat, for paddlers to follow. As an intuitive online platform, Gushou will be the pulse of the international dragon boat community. This concept was created by Usability Matters, a Toronto-based firm. Chrissy Wessman and Blake Hara... Continue Reading →
"Dragon boat is a very unique sport.... [if] dragon boat lovers unite together, it will be the major sport in the future.” - Dr Howard Chen Dr. Howard Chen was introduced to dragon boat in 1995, after helping a friend of his fill boats for a festival. A year later Dr. Chen was approached again... Continue Reading →