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Video 2012 Coast to Coast Pt 3 - Elites start the Longest day

Enjoy part 3 of the 2012 Coast to Coast Cinema Edition. The elites start the Longest day and Two dayers start Klondyke mid way..


Additional guidelines on Alert Level 4 rules - no water based activities, tramping...

COVID-19 new guidelines - recreation and exercise does not involve swimming, water-based activities (for example, surfing or boating), hunting, tramping, or other activities


Video - Kathmandu Coast to Coast 2012 Part2 Cinema edition

Enjoy part 2 of the Kathmandu Coast to Coast 2012. Founder Robin Judkins wanted to release this for entertainment & motivate at this time.


Video - 2012 Coast to Coast - Cinema edit pt1

Enjoy part 1 of the 2012 Coast to Coast Cinema edit. Great coverage of the "earthquake edition" of the epic race. Ideal entertainment or training motivation for these homebound times.


Canoe Sprint Paddlers Confirmed for Tokyo Olympics

Fourteen canoe sprint paddlers have been officially selected to the Australian Olympic Team, becoming the first athletes selected since confirmation of the Games


Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games cancelled

Games of the XXXII Olympiad in Tokyo to be rescheduled to a date beyond 2020 but not later than summer 2021


2020 Canoe Sprint U23, Junior and Olympic Hopes Teams Announced

Australia’s Olympic canoe sprint future is looking bright with Paddle Australia’s up and coming talent impressing at the national sprint titles last week which doubled up as the final selection event for Paddle Australia’s


Surf Ski World Champs awarded to Takapuna

In a major coup for the sport of surf ski racing in New Zealand, Canoe Racing NZ in partnership with Takapuna Boating Club in Auckland has been awarded the right to host the 2022 World Surf Ski Championships.


Olympians and Paralympians Provisionally Secure first Tokyo 2020

134 days out from the start of the Tokyo 2020 Games, the first Australian Olympic and Paralympic canoe sprint paddlers have provisionally locked


Canoe Slalom athletes named to New Zealand Team

Olympic silver medallist Luuka Jones and Olympic newcomer Callum Gilbert have been selected to the New Zealand Team for Tokyo 2020.