Overboard 

Overboard
  • Brian Chilson
  • OVERBOARD: Traci Berry with the Arkansas Boathouse Club recovers her boat after a mishap at the finish line of an individual time trial last Saturday in the Six Bridges Regatta on the Arkansas River.

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