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The New Zealand elite rowing team continue their international campaign, competing at the prestigious Henley Royal Regatta this week.
Mike Dawson claimed another ICF World Cup canoe slalom medal overnight, picking up bronze in the extreme slalom final in Germany.
A week after New Zealand’s first World Cup canoe slalom medal, Luuka Jones has come agonisingly close to a second at the latest ICF round in Germany.
Luuka Jones showed her pursuit of a Tokyo Olympic double is no folly after a storming opening to the second ICF World Cup canoe slalom round of the season in Germany overnight.
As you may have noticed entries for the Poor Knights Crossing 2017 are now open. Race date is Saturday, September 2 and all the finer details for the event are all but set in stone for the race,
New Zealand firmly announced its arrival to the international season with a glittering display on the final day of racing at the World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.
Mike Dawson has created a little piece of kayaking history, becoming the first New Zealander to win an ICF World Cup canoe slalom medal over the weekend.
Lightweight single sculler Jackie Kiddle has collected New Zealand’s first gold medal at the World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.
The New Zealand elite rowing team launched a strong charge on day one of World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.
Kiwi kayaker Luuka Jones has made a great start to her World Cup canoe slalom campaign, easing through to the semifinals in both the K1 and C1 in Prague overnight.