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Kayaker on road to Olympic Dream

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.

Massive sports event still growing

Nearly 8000 intermediate-aged athletes will descend on Tauranga in September as the NZCT AIMS GAMES continues its remarkable record-breaking run.

World Cup campaign commences for New Zealand Rowing Team

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

2015 Auckland Downwind Winter Series Race 1

83 SUP, Waka-ama and Surfski lining up for the first Auckland Downwind Winter Series race in Auckland on Sunday saw paddlers compete in confused angry waters across the Long (17km) and Short (7km) courses of the Hauraki Gulf.

Aussie men primed for Worlds following record World Cup medal haul

Australia’s 1000 metre men are on track for success at next year’s Olympic Games after taking home six Olympic distance medals at the recent ICF sprint World Cups, which concluded in Copenhagen on Sunday.

Carrington caps successful world cup campaign

Lisa Carrington capped a dream three weeks and asserted herself as one of the most dominant flatwater kayakers on the planet after another world cup gold medal-winning performance last night.

Wallace & Tame win K2 200 bronze

Australians Kenny Wallace and Lachlan Tame have won bronze in the men’s K2 200 A final at the ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Wallace wins three medals on final day of World Cup 3

Australia has concluded the ICF canoe sprint World Cup series in style by winning three medals on the final day of racing in Copenhagen, Denmark.

K2 and K4 crews win silver at final World Cup

Australia’s team boats have continued their excellent form by winning two silver medals at the final ICF canoe sprint World Cup in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Kayaking duo claim more final spots

A boutique New Zealand kayaking team has continued their impressive world cup form with both Lisa Carrington and Marty McDowell reaching A finals in Denmark overnight.