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Three Kiwi paddlers make slalom semis

A jubilant Callum Gilbert joined the top echelon of canoe slalom paddlers for the first time, making the semifinals of the third world cup of the season in Slovakia.

Delfour leads World Cup charge in Slovakia

The opening day of the third ICF slalom World Cup has come to a close in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia. 26 year old Lucien Delfour (pictured) was the standout Australian performer

Carter looking to learn from the world's best on debut

Melbourne Canoe Club paddler Tristan Carter will make his debut at the third ICF slalom World Cup

Cambridge to Hamilton Paddle Race entries open

The iconic Hamilton event, situated on the beautiful Waikato River over 11 or 23kms in September. This event is open to both serious and recreational paddlers alike.

Eckhardt follows in father's footsteps

Derwent kayaker Kate Eckhardt will make her World Cup debut in Liptovsky Mikulas, Slovakia on Friday. The 17 year old has long been earmarked

Extreme break just the ticket for Kiwi kayaker

New Zealand's top extreme kayakers have dominated one of the world's biggest extreme sports events, the Ekstremsportveko festival in Norway, over the weekend.

New Zealand team to World University Games

Sixty-six athletes from seven sports will be competing for New Zealand at the World University Games in Gwangju, South Korea as the action gets under way later this week.

Near misses cost kayaker Jones again

Kiwi kayaker Luuka Jones just needs a little luck to go her way on the canoe slalom world cup circuit.

World Cup 2 comes to a close in Krakow

Australia won a single medal, gold to Jessica Fox in the women’s C1 final on Saturday

Delfour gains confidence from Krakow performance

Australian Lucien Delfour finished seventh in the men’s K1 final at the ICF slalom World Cup in Krakow, Poland overnight.