Rocking the dragon boat

An intrepid ‘Metro’ reporter joins the OneFamily team at a Tiberias sports race.

OneFamily team
Photo by: LIA KAMANA
Sitting on the bus for the two-hour journey to Tiberias last Thursday, I did not know what I was getting myself into. I was headed to the southern shore of Lake Kinneret with about 30 people from the OneFamily organization, and the reason for the journey was to attend and participate in the third annual Dragon Boat Israel Festival.

While the extent of my knowledge about dragon boat racing came from a sports history course I took a year ago, and was very minimal, what I knew was more than anyone else on the bus did.

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