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PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – It’s been a Philadelphia tradition for 92 straight years, but this year the famed Stotesbury Regatta is moving to New Jersey.

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The event is the largest high school regatta in the world.

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Organizers were concerned that Tuesday’s storm, along with the rain forecasted the rest of the week, would cause dangerous conditions on the river.

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On Tuesday, they made the unprecedented decision to move the competition to Camden’s Cooper River.

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Racing gets underway Friday morning and wraps up Saturday night.