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Skokovi sa mosta [reka Drina]
Serbia

II DAN – Takmičarska regata i Skokovi sa mosta, 22. jul, 2011.

Start – Perućac, Clj – Bajina Bašta, Izletište Rača

Učesnici:
Fakultet za fizičku kulturu, Beograd; Sportski klubovi; Kajakaški klubovi...

Program:
Do 15:00 Prijavljivanje i priprema za start (evidentiranje plovila i takmičara).
16:00 Start.
Oko 17:00 Dolazak takmičarskih posada na cilj – izletište Rača u Bajinoj Bašti.
17:30 Proglašenje pobednika i dodela nagrada.

Prateći program:
Muzički program u na ušću reke Rače u Drinu u Bajinoj Bašti u večernjim satima: THE MOST FEST

NEZVANIČNA VERZIJA,NEVERNE BEBE,DEJAN PETROVIĆ BIG BAND I BIJELO DUGME TRIBUTE BAND

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Tags: most; fest; bajina; basta; bridge; skokovi; vodu; drina; drinu; river; reka; reku; mosta; srbija; serbia; bosnia; bosna
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