For a town in New York, a tradition came back after taking a hiatus for two decades.
Since coming back, some safety changes had to be made. Some of those new rules include requiring brakes and steering on the tubs.
The race was part of Fillmore Days, held in honor of the late president Millard Fillmore, who was from the town.
At this festival, they race bathtubs because, according to legend, he had the first bathtub at the white house installed. However, most historians refute that fact.
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