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Interview Axe Rowing Tasman on Returning to Australia

Grant 'Axe' Rawlinson speaks with Radiosport's D'Arcy Waldergrave from somewhere out in the Tasman Sea on his decision to turn back to Australia and live to fight another day in his quest to travel by human power from Singapore to New Zealand.


Axe returns to Australia

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson is returning to Australia after putting a halt to his Tasman row to NZ due to the conditions seeing him going around in circles.


Axe three days into his Tasman row to NZ

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson is three days into his Tasman Sea row from Australia to New Zealand on his final leg home.


Axe Rowing the Tasman Sea to New Zealand

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson is on his final leg rowing across the Tasman Sea to New Zealand, of his adventure that started in Singapore.


Rasdex Classic River Series Race 1

Race 1 of the Rasdex Classic River Series was the perfect opportunity to blow the dust off some kayaks following the winter and for those new to the sport to experience this stretch of river under race conditions.


Bronze for Kiwi kayaker at worlds

Kiwi kayaker Mike Dawson has capped a successful canoe slalom world championship in style, grabbing bronze in the event-ending extreme slalom final in Pau, France, overnight.


Double sculls gold on final day at World Rowing Championships

The New Zealand Elite Rowing team has wrapped up the 2017 World Rowing Championships with three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.


Luuka Jones delighted with world champs finish

A season of slog and split-focus has come up trumps for kayaker Luuka Jones after she added to New Zealand’s greatest canoe slalom world championship campaign in France overnight.


Glittering penultimate day at world rowing championships

The New Zealand Elite Rowing Team had a successful penultimate day of racing at the 2017 World Rowing Championships claiming a gold, silver and bronze medal.


Matt Dunham wins Rowing world championship silver

Matt Dunham has won New Zealand's first medal of the 2017 World Rowing Championships with a stunning second place finish in the lightweight men's single sculls final.