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Kiwis bask in golden World Cup glow

New Zealand concluded an outstanding performance at the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup I in Poznan,


New Zealand strike double World Cup gold

New Zealand enjoyed another outstanding day of success on the international stage by snaring two gold medals in a little under 90 minutes at the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup in Poznan, Poland.


Kiwis fire on opening day in Poznan

Paracanoeist Scott Martlew led the Kiwi challenge with pride on day one of the ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Cup in Poznan by impressively advancing to two A finals on Lake Malta.


Zest Brokers Poor Knights Crossing

A short course coastal downwind race will add another facet to the annual Zest Brokers Poor Knights Crossing event, back for the seventh edition at Tutukaka in September.


Successful rescue of kayaker near Titirangi

At about 12:55pm today Tuesday 30 April, Police received reports of a kayak and a paddle floating about 200 metres off shore in French Bay Titirangi, Auckland. There didn’t appear to be anyone with the kayak.


Jubilant Jones claims canoe slalom double

She may have narrowly lost the side bet but Luuka Jones was otherwise completely dominant at the New Zealand canoe slalom championships in Kawerau over the weekend.


Countdown on for historic canoe slalom event

On the eve of canoe slalom's national championships, officials and competitors are also casting a longer eye towards the biggest event to hit New Zealand's shores.


2019 Rowing NZ Elite Team Announcement

Each year Rowing NZ selects teams to represent New Zealand at World Rowing Cup and World Rowing Championship regattas


Gnarly-Northerner Course Delivers – King and Queen retain their crowns

Local paddlers Andy Mowlem and Rachel Clarke claimed their 2nd and 7th successive Vaikobi Auckland King and Queen of the Harbour titles respectively in Saturday’s gusty 20 knot NE conditions.


2019 Aon Maadi Cup

In 2018, St Peter’s School (Cambridge) took an easy first place in the girl’s U18 eight with Rangi Ruru Girls’ School taking silver, and Waikato Diocesan School