585 Results in category Kayak

Last push ahead for Kiwi kayaking champions

Lisa Carrington and Caitlin Ryan collected K2 500m gold and Carrington added K1 500m silver on the penultimate day of World Champs

Kiwi K4 off to flying start

The New Zealand K4 crew made a big statement on the second day of the canoe sprint world championships in the Czech Republic overnight, romping to a comprehensive heat win

Kiwi kayakers off to fast start at worlds

New Zealand kayaker Lisa Carrington managed to prune her hectic world championship schedule by at least one race overnight, pairing with Caitlin Ryan to win their K2 500m heat and progressing straight through to the Saturday night’s final.

NZ K4 chasing kayaking history

New Zealand’s dramatic rise in the K4 kayaking ranks could help consign one of the sport’s great rivalries to the history books.

Video - 2016 Poor Knights Cross

Video Coverage - Poor Knights Cross 30km off shore canoe race finishing at the marine reserve, won by Simon Longdill & Pamela Kane

Rasdex Classic River Race Series

The Rasdex Classic River Race Series is the ideal preparation for those looking to compete in next year’s Coast to Coast – or for those just wanting to paddle through a beautiful piece of high country.

Lisa Carrington set for big worlds campaign

Lisa Carrington will take a large step into the unknown this week as she heads into her busiest canoe sprint world championships ever.

Kiwi Junior men's four claim silver at championships

The New Zealand Junior Rowing Team is coming home with one silver medal and some valuable racing experience from the World Rowing Junior Championships in Trakai, Lithuania.

Kiwi's Rowing Finals line up confirmed

Three New Zealand crews will race for world championship honours at the World Rowing Junior Championships in Lithuania.

Crews progress at championships

Day three at the World Rowing Championships in Trakai, Lithuania was a mixed bag for the New Zealand Junior Rowing Team with three crews progressing to A/B semi-finals and two crews knocked out of medal contention.