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It's just on 10 years since Justin Jones and James Castrission became the first to kayak across the Tasman Sea from Australia to New Zealand, what are they doing now
Luuka Jones has been given a late boost as a seven-strong New Zealand canoe slalom team heads into the first ICF World Cup of the season in Prague this weekend.
Rowing New Zealand’s Elite team begin their 2017 international campaign on Friday at the World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.
Lisa Carrington will make a return to her favoured K1 200m at August’s world championships in the Czech Republic, with selectors confirming a powerful four-strong team.
An open invitation to the rapidly growing SUP brigade will add another dimension to Aotearoa’s toughest open ocean paddling event, the Poor Knights Crossing, set to be staged on the testy Tutukaka coast, NZ in September.
The New Zealand kayaking team has made an emphatic statement at the second ICF World Cup of the season, heading home with four more medals from Szeged in Hungary.
Fresh from a golden haul, New Zealand’s top kayakers will get a significant increase in competition at the ICF World Cup canoe sprint round in Szeged, Hungary, this weekend.
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.
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.
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.