“The greatness of a community is most accurately measured by the compassionate actions of its member.” – Coretta Scott King

San Diego Dragon Boat Team
San Diego Dragon Boat Team was founded with a mission to instruct in techniques of the sport, promote physical fitness and sportsmanship, and develop teams to compete at all levels.

San Diego Dragon Boat Team (SDDBT) is a leader both locally and regionally among the Dragonboat Community. Through its rich background stemming as far back to the early 1980s, SDDBT has helped elevate the sport of Dragonboat, to where it is today. The dedication of it’s members both past and present has set the standard for being inclusive for any who wish to join and simultaneously being one of the top competitive Dragonboat Teams within the entire West Coast Region.

Team Survivor

TEAM Survivor San Diego was formed in May of 2003 and is the local affiliate of the national organization of TEAM Survivor. As a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization, we provide free group exercise and support programs for women who have a present or past diagnosis of cancer. These programs, can offer women survivors of San Diego County, the opportunity to improve their fitness and strength, build an emotional support network, and may also help to counteract fatigue and treatment side effects. This in turn, may help these women to gain more self confidence and feel better about their bodies. To learn more please click here.

 

UCSD Dragon Boat Team
The University of California, San Diego Dragon Boat Team was started in 2003 by a group of ambitious students looking to take their passion for the competitive sport they first encountered in high school to the college level. From its humble beginnings, the team has now grown into one of the top collegiate teams in California, competing in San Francisco’s CDBA Collegiate Championship, Tempe’s Arizona Dragon Boat Festival, the Long Beach Spring Race, the Long Beach Summer Dragon Boat Festival, and the San Francisco International Dragon Boat Festival. To learn more please click here.