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Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and Brit Charlie Smith pushed off from Dili on the next stage of their expedition across the Timor Sea to Darwin


Challenges laid down at Championships

New Zealand’s top secondary school rowers went head to head this weekend at the Aon North Island Championships at Lake Karapiro and the Meridian South Island Championships at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.


Rowing New Zealand Elite Team announcement

The 2017 Rowing New Zealand Elite team for 2017 was named at an announcement at Lake Karapiro today. The 39 strong team will contest the 2017 World Rowing Cup II in Poznan,


Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Australia

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and rowing partner Charlie Smith are about to cross the Timor Sea to Australia on their 4500km row from Singapore down through the Indonesian Archipalego to Darwin, Australia


Tauranga-Taupo river Search and Rescue operation

A 25-year-old man is recovering in Taupo Hospital this morning, after getting into serious trouble while kayaking the Tauranga-Taupo River yesterday afternoon.


Kayak-HQ Queen & King of the Bay Surfski Race 2017

It was a short reign for Lisa Morrison and Haydn Lockie who won the 2016 prestigious surfski titles in Tasman Bay last December. The Tasman Bay Kayak Racing Club have decided to move the annual event towards the end of summer,


Fisher delivers kayaking double

Aimee Fisher has further cemented her place as Lisa Carrington’s heir apparent after a commanding performance at the New Zealand canoe racing championships at Lake Karapiro.


NZ Rowing Champs into the semis & finals

The racing was as spectacular as the weather for the first day of semi-finals and finals at the 2017 New Zealand Rowing Championships.


Successful water rescue at Nuggets Point

Two kayakers had a lucky escape this morning after they became trapped on some rocks at Nuggets Point, on the coast near Balclutha.


Canoe sprint crowns up for grabs

Lisa Carrington’s K1 absence has opened the door for a flurry of young contenders at this week’s New Zealand canoe sprint championships at Lake Karapiro.