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2020 Oceania Canoe Sprint Championships - Olympic Selection Heats Up

On Saturday and with the maximum canoe sprint quotas locked away, the attention returned to the selection relevant racing at Sydney International Regatta Centre

Classy Zach dismantles the field to take K1 1000m title

Rising talent Zach Ferkins executed the finest paddle of his burgeoning career to destroy the opposition and secure the open men’s K1 1000m crown on day two of the NZCT New Zealand Canoe Sprint Championships on Lake Karapiro.

Australia Secures Five Additional Olympic Canoe Sprint Oceania Quota Spots

Australia has secured five additional Olympic quota spots on the first day of the 2020 Oceania Association's Canoe Sprint Continental Championships at Sydney International Regatta Centre (SIRC) in Penrith on Friday.

Lisa reigns supreme in world-class race

Lisa Carrington blitzed to the open women’s K1 200m title with a typically masterful display on day one of the 2020 NZCT New Zealand Canoe Sprint Championships at a sun-drenched Lake Karapiro.

Top paddlers race in top of the south

The Nelson Tasman region is hosting two ocean surfski events over the weekend (February 15th & 16th). On Saturday is round 4 of the Canoe Racing National Series

Oceania Canoe Sprint Association Champs in Penrith

The final Olympic quota spots in canoe sprint are up for grabs when the Oceania Continental Olympic qualifier as part of the 2020 Oceania Canoe Sprint Association Championships

Lisa set to light up Nationals

The first competitive appearance this season of reigning double world champion Lisa Carrington will form the centrepiece of the 2020 NZCT New Zealand Canoe Sprint Championships at Lake Karapiro from Friday Feb 14 to Sunday Feb 16.

Aussie Olympic Paddling Selection

Tokyo 2020 Games, Olympic and Paralympics team selections are set to be decided in Penrith over the next couple of weeks when Paddle Australia’s Olympic and Paralympic team selections

2020 Rowing NZ Elite Team Annouced

The main international competitions for the Rowing NZ High Performance programme are the Olympic Games (held every 4 years with the next Olympic Games held in Tokyo

Tokyo quotas, podiums and the fastest Aussie 100m in over a decade

Canoe quotas earned, the fastest Aussie 100m in more than decade, first-ever doubles Grand Slam final, BMX podiums and great results for softball, hockey and rugby teams highlight the weekend in Olympic sport.