May 26, 2015

The 2015 European Rafting Championships in Banja Luka

 
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I recently covered the 2015 European Rafting Championships (for this blog) being held at Karanovac, on the River Vrbas, just to the south of Banja Luka. It was an overcast and rainy Sunday.

On arrival I was looking out for the person I was to meet from the Great Britain Ladies Team, when I caught sight of someone wearing a Union Flag designed T shirt. I just had to go over and ask if he was British.

That’s how I met Steve Lodge, adventurer, rafter and “non boring” person.

Oh, and author too.

Steve was here at the championship to support his son, who is the captain of the GB1 team.

So, here is part of the amazing chat we had. Enjoy!

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