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    North Fork Championship splashed into this weekend's events with a wild card qualifier round and an emphasis on safety. This year's high water level makes the rapids faster and more dangerous than ever.

North Fork Championship splashed into this weekend's events with a wild card qualifier round and an emphasis on safety. This year's high water level makes the rapids faster and more dangerous than ever. Travis Meier tmeier@idahostatesman.com
North Fork Championship splashed into this weekend's events with a wild card qualifier round and an emphasis on safety. This year's high water level makes the rapids faster and more dangerous than ever. Travis Meier tmeier@idahostatesman.com
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