Get connected with the Clackamas County television programs that appeal to athletes ready to train for their next triathlon, history buffs interested in stagecoach travel across the county before statehood and learn how the Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit keeps our waterways safe.
Tune to the Clackamas County Government Channel; catch the latest programs which spotlight the newest athletic competition, follow the early days of stagecoach travel across the county, and what it takes to make the waterways safer.
Every Wednesday the Clackamas River at Clackamette Park becomes a training ground-conditioning swimmers for a triathlon. Some 300 athletes competed in the first Clackamas Cove Triathlon this summer. They covered Olympic distances of a 1,500 meter river swim, 24 mile bike race and a 6.2 mile run. The Clackamas Cove Triathlon captures every grueling moment.
The latest documentary, The Stagecoaches of Clackamas County looks into this iconic mode of transportation in the days of the Oregon territory. Stage travel was centered in Oregon City. It linked Clackamas County to the outside world.
Statewide the waterways are increasingly busy with recreational traffic-everything from sail boats to jet skis. Come aboard with Clackamas County Sheriff’s Office Marine Unit. Watch the Law Enforcement Marine Academy as the officers of the unit go through extensive training learning how to keep us safe on the water.
These original, County-produced programs can be found online on Clackamas County’s Vimeo channel: http://vimeo.com/channels/ccgc and on the Clackamas County Government Channel, check the website for program times and channel availability in your area: www.clackamas.us/cable
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