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Tasman Rowers Rawlinson & Richmond flip

Sad news today from the Tasman Sea where Grant Rawlinson and Luke Richmond have been flipped in big seas and are trying to make land.


History Maker Going Crazy Again

On December 9th, endurance junkies from all ends of the country will be going Crazy for the 29th time as they line up for the Fine Signs Crazyman.


Grant Rawlinson off on Tasman Row

Kiwi adventure Grant Rawlinson is back for another go at rowing the Tasman to complete his epic trip from Singapore to NZ, but this time with the help of Luke Richmond


Rasdex Classic River Race Series - Prologue 2

Dawn broke to a mild morning for race 2 of the Rasdex Prologue Series of 2018. The races, usually held on the upper Waimak, have a loyal following of Multisporters’ prepping for the annual Coast


Fourth place for New Zealand on day 10 of Youth Olympic Games

Rotorua paddler George Snook has placed 4th in the K1 slalom at the Youth Olympic Games.


Anderson wins kayak silver in C1 slalom Youth Olympic Games

Tauranga paddler Finn Anderson won silver in the C1 slalom competition at the Youth Olympic Games.


Auckland Police deploying new Jet Ski this long weekend

Those out and about on the water across Auckland this Labour weekend may be surprised to see a member of our Police Maritime Unit up close and personal as we deploy our new Jet Ski.


Rasdex Classic River Race – Prologue One

Hello Spring time! After a few dark clouds and the odd raindrop on the drive out of the city paddlers were greeted by beautiful sunny spring weather at Woodstock. Ideal weather conditions for some good old-fashioned


Silver lining for kayaker Dawson

Mike Dawson ended a frustrating canoe slalom world championship campaign with something of a silver lining, finishing runner-up in the overall World Cup extreme slalom series.


Touches taint day for Kiwi kayakers

Touches conspired against New Zealand’s top kayakers on the penultimate day of the canoe slalom world championships in Brazil overnight.