Official Site of Kenneth 'Ken' J Casey
A wave of enthusiasm for International rafting competition started from the rafting events sponsored by Project RAFT in the USSR and Turkey. Soon after those events a rafting championship was organized in African on the wild Zambezi River.
This was the beginning of the Camel White Water Challenge (CWWC). These white water competitions ultimately became the origins of the International Rafting Federation (IRF) organization. I was fortunate to be asked to be one of the judges of this early event.
The Zambezi River is the 4th longest East flowing river in Africa. At 1,599 miles in length the Zambezi River is also the longest river that flows into the Indian Ocean from Africa. The source of this grand river is nearly at 4,900 feet above sea level, (it’s a white water machine).
Witness heart stopping rafting action as Ken and crew judges this event on this untamed African wild river by joining Ken Casey on another exciting rafting experience in the early years of World Rafting Championships on the Zambezi River in Africa.