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Golden deluge for Kiwi kayakers


New Zealand kayakers have stormed to their best-ever World Cup performance, collecting four gold medals after some team boat heroics on the final day of the opening event of the season in Portugal.


Kiwi Ryan takes gold in World Cup K1 debut

New Zealand kayaker Caitlin Ryan has won her first individual World Cup gold, streaking home in the final of the K1 500m in Portugal overnight.


Kayakers to open world cup campaign

New Zealand’s top canoe sprinters will be focused on the long game as their international season gets underway at the opening ICF World Cup series event in Portugal this weekend.


Team boats focus for Carrington

World and Olympic champion Lisa Carrington will skip her favoured K1 200m event on the upcoming ICF World Cup series in Europe, instead turning her focus to New Zealand’s burgeoning team boats.


King and Queen of the Harbour

The 2017 King and Queen of the Harbour attracted the biggest number of paddlers in the 15 year history of the race with 181 lining up. Australia's Cory Hill & Kiwi Rachel Louise Clarke crowned champions


A remarkable feat - Kayaking was winner on the night at this year’s Halberg Awards

Great read, how former Speight's Coast to Coast Champion Gordon Walker (now coach) & Lisa Carrington came together to win Olympic gold on the water & clean up at the 2017 Halberg Awards


Annabel Anderson of New Zealand Earns 5th Carolina Cup

Annabel Anderson of New Zealand – Five-time winner of the West Marine Carolina Cup Graveyard Race – Courtesy of Karen Pennington


We’re Ready – Bring on the Games

World Masters Games 2017 organisers are ready for the world’s largest multi-sport event which begins in Auckland tomorrow featuring 28,000 registered athletes, supporters and officials from 100 countries globally.


Video - Tim Taylors 24 hour World Record

In April 2015 Kiwi Tim Taylor set a new World Record for the greatest distance by canoe on the ocean in 24 hours. The record was set off the Bay of Plenty starting at the Mount, New Zealand, between 16 and 17 April 2015.


Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson’s Rowing from Home to Home Video Diary

Rowing 1,500km journey from Batam Island in Indonesia through to Pulau Bawean in the middle of the Java Sea.