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Kiwi K4 crew end successful campaign

There was no final-day medal, just immense satisfaction from the New Zealand women's K4 kayaking crew at the world cup in Germany overnight.


Wallace wins World Cup Gold

Kenny Wallace from Australia has turned back the clock to win gold in the K1 500 final at the ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.


Third gold for Carrington, bronze for K2

Kiwi Lisa Carrington has embraced the lift in competition by winning her third world cup kayaking gold medal in two weeks in Germany overnight.


World Cup silver for Wallace and Tame

Australians Kenny Wallace and Lachlan Tame have backed up their gold medal performance last weekend by winning silver in the K2 1000 final at the second ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.


Brigden-Jones and Flood building towards Worlds

Jo Brigden-Jones and Naomi Flood from Australia are building towards their goal of securing Olympic quotas at the World Championships in August with another strong performance at the ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.


New race plan pays off for Bain

Sunshine Coast kayaker Bill Bain has finished fifth in the men’s K1 1000 B final in Duisburg, Germany.
The 21 year old built on his promising start to the World Cup series after finishing eighth in the A final


Fitzsimmons and Wood lead next generation

Australians Riley Fitzsimmons and Jordan Wood have won the K2 1000 B final on day two of the ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.


Carrington comfortably into final

Lisa Carrington's world cup kayaking form has continued, while two of her New Zealand teammates will join her in A finals tonight at the German round of the series.


Sprint team in hunt for medals in Duisburg

Australia has gotten off to a strong start at the second ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany. Murray Stewart was the first Australian to race on the opening day, winning his K1 1000 heat


Canoe sprint World Cup 2 - Aussies eyeing up more medals

The international canoe sprint season continues in Germany this weekend, with Duisburg set to host the second ICF World Cup from 22 to 24 May.