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Rasdex Classic River Race , Prologue Race One

Sunday saw 107 paddlers racing the Classic River Race , Prologue on the Waimak' with Katie Cambie & Ian Huntsman taking the wins


Double Olympic delight for Kiwi kayakers

Luuka Jones and Jack Dangen sealed a double dose of Olympic selection success for the New Zealand kayak team on the final day of the canoe slalom world championships in Spain overnight.


Luuka Jones wins world champs bronze

New Zealand kayaker Luuka Jones has won her first-ever world championship medal, capturing bronze in the women's K1 final in La Seu, Spain, tonight.


Unheralded Dangen keeps Olympic kayaking dreams alive

Tauranga kayaker Jack Dangen has pulled out the run of his life to keep dreams of a Kiwi K1 men's Olympic spot afloat at the canoe slalom world championships in Spain overnight.


Olympic history beckons kayaker Jones

Luuka Jones has history in her grasp after a dramatic day of qualifying at the canoe slalom world championships in Spain overnight.


Jones seeking Kiwi kayaking history at worlds

Luuka Jones is embracing the familiar feel of nerves as she heads into her ninth canoe slalom world championships in Spain this week, with a fourth Olympic campaign firmly in her sights.


Danielle McKenzie strikes gold at Ocean Racing World Champs

Kiwi Danielle McKenzie produced an outstanding paddle at the ICF Canoe Ocean Racing World Championships in France to bank a richly-deserved gold medal following a dominant display in the open women’s race.


Narrow miss for kayaker Gilbert

Tauranga kayaker Callum Gilbert was just 0.01secs away from a remarkable second final at the last ICF World Cup canoe slalom round of the season in Prague overnight.


Kiwis set for Ocean Racing World Champs challenge

A nine-strong team of paddlers will look to proudly fly the New Zealand flag at the ICF Canoe Ocean Racing World Championships in Saint-Pierre De Quiberon in France this week.


Poor Knights Crossing - Aussie wins race to the marine sanctuary

Australian James Porter won the Zest Brokers Poor Knights Crossing ocean paddle race, with runs seeing speeds up to 28kph in angry seas and offshore winds.