The Lake Ontario Crossing is an open-water marathon paddleboard race. The 32 mile, point-to-point course matches the standard established by the Molokai-to-Oahu crossing in Hawaii and the Catalina Classic in California.
2017 RECAP: PADDLERS CHARGE 32-MILES ACROSS LAKE ONTARIO: The second annual Lake Ontario Crossing Paddleboard Race saw a determined field of paddlers push 32 miles through challenging conditions to successfully cross Lake Ontario. [more…]
FIELD IS SET FOR 2017 CROSSING: An ambitious field of paddlers is set to take on the 32-mile Lake Ontario crossing, while raising money for various charities. [more…]
2016 RESULTS AND RECAP: The inaugural Lake Ontario Crossing Paddleboard Race hosted a determined field of paddlers, who toughed it out through a weekend of unstable weather. [more…]
A PRIMER ON RACE-DAY CONDITIONS: The Lake Ontario Crossing Paddleboard Race is the definition of ‘you never know what you’re going to get’, and that is one of the great challenges, both mentally and physically, of this race. [more…]
COURSE INFORMATION ANNOUNCED: While priority will be set to run a full 32-mile crossing, the unpredictable nature of the conditions requires alternates to improve the odds of a safe, enjoyable, and still-challenging event [more…]
2015 CROSSING RECAP: Twenty-fifteen marked the second year paddling across Lake Ontario, and conditions proved to be very exciting, and more challenging than in 2014. [more…]