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Aussie Paracanoeists on track for success

As the paracanoe athletes have been battling this week, it is clear that the Aussies are well on track to be top contenders at both the World Champs later this year


Gold mine for Carbone young rising star

Monique Carbone is a name to watch in the future after winning nine gold medals at the Aussie National canoe sprint Champs in Penrith


Motorway Classic Paddle attracts ICF World surf ski champion

The 25th Anniversary of Wellington's Iconic "Motorway Classic" Paddle event attracted brilliant Wellington weather and ICF World surf ski champion Sean Rice


Wallace & Tame win K2 200 Gold

Ken Wallace and Lachlan Tame have won gold in the K2 200 final at the Australian National canoe sprint Champs


Paddle community mourning the death of Louise Jull

The paddling community is mourning the death of Kiwi kayaker Louise Jull on the Kaituna River near Rotorua yesterday.


Rice & Clarke Crowned 2015 King & Queen Of The Harbour!

Sean Rice & Rachel Clarke are crowned 2015 King & Queen Of The Harbour New Zealand's premier ocean ski race attracting Olympians and World Champions...


Body of missing kayaker located on Kaituna River

The body of a missing kayaker has been located in the Kaituna River, near Rotorua. She was discovered at approximately 10am by rafters and police who were searching for her in the vicinity


National Canoe Sprint Championships

More than 250 of Australia’s best sprint paddlers will fight it out for selection at the National Sprint Championships at the Sydney International Regatta Centre this week.


Quest to qualify 14 Olympic rowing boats for Rio begins

46 athletes in 14 Olympic class boats have been selected as part of the Rowing New Zealand elite team to compete at the World Championships in 2015. This year’s world championship event also provides the first opportunity to gain New Zealand boat all


Records were broken on the final day of racing at Grand Prix 2 in Penrith today

In an ominous sign a year out from the Rio OLympics, Jo Brigden-Jones, Alana Nicholls, Naomi Flood and Bernadette Wallace raced the fastest K4 500 time of 1:32.51 ever recorded in Australia.