- — Texas Water Safari (@twsafari)Mon, Jun 16 2014 06:09:58#150: Andrew Condie, Clay Wyatt, Gaston Jones, Ian Rolls, Jeff Glock, Wade Binion. Team Captains, Jay Condie, Jill Wyatt.
- — Tyler Mayforth (@smdrtyler)Mon, Jun 16 2014 06:42:13At 1:45 a.m. Monday morning, there are 83 boats looking to find their way to Seadrift. Boat No. 150 took first place about 30 minutes ago.
- — Joe Vozzelli (@smdrjoe)Mon, Jun 16 2014 06:24:41Well, Boat #150 has won the 2014 Texas Water Safari. Team: Ian Rolls, Wade Binion, Gaston Jones, Clay Wyatt, Andrew Condie and Jeff Glock.
- — Jacob Southard (@jacobsouthard)Mon, Jun 16 2014 12:56:54
- — Texas Water Safari (@twsafari)Mon, Jun 16 2014 14:06:50Updates today may be slow - or have to wait until I'm in Victoria; many areas on this portion of the race have poor cellular reception.
- — Texas Water Safari (@twsafari)Mon, Jun 16 2014 18:15:43Cheapside will be the next checkpoint to close today at 3 p.m. Victoria closes at 10 p.m. I'm headed there right now for updates.
- — Texas Water Safari (@twsafari)Mon, Jun 16 2014 19:48:08Boat 2428 is out at Cuero. Injured paddler - doesn't appear to be serious but there was a makeshift arm sling - and boat is leaking.
- — Joe Vozzelli (@smdrjoe)Mon, Jun 16 2014 20:48:03Good to see Amy Boyd (#311) is on the final leg of @twsafari. Interviewed her after tough 2013 Safari, she fell 3 miles short of finish.
- We'll add more details as other boats finish.
Six-man boat claims Water Safari win
Team finishes grueling race just after 1 a.m. Monday morning.
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