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Kiwis primed for World Cup kayaking finale

Mike Dawson rates it as one of the most fun courses on the World Cup canoe slalom circuit but there’s a serious undertone to this weekend’s fifth round of the season in Spain.


AOC Mourns Loss Of Five-Time Olympian Dennis Green

The Australian Olympic family is mourning the death of five-time Olympian Dennis Green OAM, BEM.


2018 World Rowing Championships

These Championships will see the culmination of a tumultuous season in the men’s single sculls which saw two-time Olympic Champion Mahe Drysdale (New Zealand) concede his spot when he was beaten by fellow-countryman Robbie Manson


Zest Brokers Poor Knights Crossing wins to Djodan & Jerusalamy

Two talented ocean paddlers, Australian Sam Djodan and Tahitian Kevin Jerusalamy, put on a powerful display of ocean paddling to take the main spoils at the fifth annual Zest Brokers Poor Knights Crossing


Tough finish for consistent Gilbert

Kiwi kayaker Callum Gilbert has agonisingly missed out on another semifinal appearance at the latest World Cup canoe slalom round in Slovenia.


Young duo leading NZ kayaking charge

Callum Gilbert and Zack Mutton will fly the New Zealand flag at the fourth ICF World Cup canoe slalom round of the season in Slovenia this weekend.


Carrington Inspires New Zealand To Record World Championships Medal Haul

New Zealand celebrated their finest ever medal haul at an ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships by banking a gold and a silver on a thrilling final day of action at Montemor-o-Velho in Portugal.


Kiwis Win Triple Silver In Spectacular Session

New Zealand banked three silver medals in one breathtaking hour of action on day four of the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Portugal.


Poor Knights Crossing attracting top paddlers from around the world

The inclusion Kevin Ceran-Jerusalamy and Manutea Million, two of the best Tahitian waka ama paddlers currently ranked in the world top 5, along with the return of New Zealand’s


New Zealand’s biggest multi-category paddle race is back!

This iconic race down the Mighty Waikato River will be held September 16th 2018. This event brings talent from all over New Zealand in Surf ski