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Nine Australian boats have advanced to the semifinals following the conclusion of the opening day of racing at the ICF slalom World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic.
New Zealand’s 2015 international campaign has kicked off at the World Rowing Cup in Varese, Italy
A red/orange coloured kayak has recently been seen floating down the Manawatu River through the Gorge New Zealand
K1 Worlds finalist Australian Lucien Delfour will contest the first ICF slalom World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, starting today.
Australian Rosalyn Lawrence is hoping a switch to the right will produce the goods at the first ICF slalom World Cup in Prague, starting Friday.
Australian Jessica Fox, current dual world champ, excited about slalom World Cup in Prague
A total of 191 paddlers in 97 outrigger canoes and surf skis battled it out in Australasia’s longest ocean iron race, the 5th annual Great Barrier Reef Ocean Challenge
Rain, sleet and snow haven’t kept Kayaker Danielle Currie from training every day to realise her Olympic dream, and nothing is going stop her getting to this year’s World Champs.
Nearly 8000 intermediate-aged athletes will descend on Tauranga in September as the NZCT AIMS GAMES continues its remarkable record-breaking run.
The New Zealand rowing team will be embarking on an exciting chapter of New Zealand's proud Olympic rowing history when they leave New Zealand for their international season this Friday