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Feb 22nd, 2015

The Australian Open took place over the weekend (14/15 Feb) in Penrith.Post by Mike Dawson.Post by Mike Dawson.Qualifying report courtesy of Canoe Slalom NZWas a good day at Penrith with some quality padding ensuring most of the kiwis are through to the semis- top of the K1M for NZ wasMike Dawsonin 4th, joined byCallum Gilbert Canoe SlalomMalcolm Gibson, Kayak Slalom AthleteZack Mutton in the top 30, first runs. With another 5 to make semis in the new format ,second runs, all the remaining NZer\'s nailed it.Finn Butcher - Canoe Slalom AthleteSam Mcculloch Alex HawthorneJack Dangen and Fergus Bramley all into semis tommorrow also. In the K1WLuuka Joneswho qulaified 7th is joined by Haylee Dangen and Anna Higgins. The 3 C1M, Callum Gilbert,James Thwaite and Tommy McDowell made it through in the second heat. The young C2 crew of Luke Robinson and Dan Munro headed off the Aussie juniors and finished 5th overall today. The C1WHaylee DangenandKell Traversthrough to semis.P. SportsceneIn the finals Luuka ......

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www.mikedawson.co.nz
Feb 22nd, 2015

The Australian Open took place over the weekend (14/15 Feb) in Penrith.Post by Mike Dawson.Post by Mike Dawson.Qualifying report courtesy of Canoe Slalom NZWas a good day at Penrith with some quality padding ensuring most of the kiwis are through to the semis- top of the K1M for NZ wasMike Dawsonin 4th, joined byCallum Gilbert Canoe SlalomMalcolm Gibson, Kayak Slalom AthleteZack Mutton in the top 30, first runs. With another 5 to make semis in the new format ,second runs, all the remaining NZer\'s nailed it.Finn Butcher - Canoe Slalom AthleteSam Mcculloch Alex HawthorneJack Dangen and Fergus Bramley all into semis tommorrow also. In the K1WLuuka Joneswho qulaified 7th is joined by Haylee Dangen and Anna Higgins. The 3 C1M, Callum Gilbert,James Thwaite and Tommy McDowell made it through in the second heat. The young C2 crew of Luke Robinson and Dan Munro headed off the Aussie juniors and finished 5th overall today. The C1WHaylee DangenandKell Traversthrough to semis.P. SportsceneIn the finals Luuka ......

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 21st, 2015

Two years ago on one of my trips to New Zealand, local paddler Gordy Rayner planted the idea of us running a Keeners style kids camp at the Hawea waves. This year we made it happen. At the end of January 17 kids took part in a week long camp, 9 development kids (new paddlers ...

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 21st, 2015

13 pound Lake Lanier (Metro Atlanta) Striper taken on a down line in 100 feet of water in Cuda 12....

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 20th, 2015

Zen MD vs Zen LG vs Karma MD For 2015 Jackson sent our 2013 River Runner, the Zen, to the gym and it’s back all pumped up and ready to rumble!  More bow rocker, higher parting line and a bit more peak to the decks mean this Zen is easier to paddle in more places than ...

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Jackson Kayak
Feb 20th, 2015

Fishing the Boondoggle with my friends in Flamingo Florida in the Everglades. What a blast !!!...

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 20th, 2015

Sombrero blinds kayaker above 40-foot waterfall in Mexico There’s such thing as showing too much local spirit The ultimate party wave French tidal bore surfing…one more thing for the bucket list Post by Federación de Surf de Costa Rica. Highlight reel from a young shredder 18 years old and going big Sunrise waveski Wake up and smell the swell Throwback of the Week: Big launch to kickflip Okay, we’re impressed –See the BEST PADDLING VIDEOS from last week. –Check out MORE VIDEOS from C&K. The post Week in Review: February 20, 2015 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 20th, 2015

Sombrero blinds kayaker above 40-foot waterfall in Mexico There’s such thing as showing too much local spirit The ultimate party wave French tidal bore surfing…one more thing for the bucket list Post by Federación de Surf de Costa Rica. Highlight reel from a young shredder 18 years old and going big Sunrise waveski Wake up and smell the swell Throwback of the Week: Big launch to kickflip Okay, we’re impressed –See the BEST PADDLING VIDEOS from last week. –Check out MORE VIDEOS from C&K. The post Week in Review: February 20, 2015 appeared first on Canoe & Kayak Magazine....

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 20th, 2015

Photo courtesy RaftTheBest.com President Obama designated Browns Canyon, a whitewater run near Salida, Colo., as a new national monument on Thursday. The move will add new federal protections to over 21,000 acres of public land surrounding the canyon, which, according to American Whitewater, is the most popular whitewater rafting destination in the country. The Colorado River Outfitters Association (CROA) has calculated that guided rafting on the Arkansas River brings in roughly $60 million to the economy each year. Bill Dvorak, who has run commercial rafting trips through the 12-mile, Class III Browns Canyon stretch since 1985, sees this as a major victory for local paddlers and businesses. “I’ve been working on this for over 20 years, and I’m so damn thankful it’s happening,” he told The Denver Post. “It will do a good thing for the economy. It puts a star on the Rand McNally maps.” “Browns Canyon is a stunning and rugged stretch of the Arkansas River which suppor......

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Canoe & Kayak Magazine
Feb 20th, 2015

Photo courtesy RaftTheBest.com President Obama designated Browns Canyon, a whitewater run near Salida, Colo., as a new national monument on Thursday. The move will add new federal protections to over 21,000 acres of public land surrounding the canyon, which, according to American Whitewater, is the most popular whitewater rafting destination in the country. The Colorado River Outfitters Association (CROA) has calculated that guided rafting on the Arkansas River brings in roughly $60 million to the economy each year. Bill Dvorak, who has run commercial rafting trips through the 12-mile, Class III Browns Canyon stretch since 1985, sees this as a major victory for local paddlers and businesses. “I’ve been working on this for over 20 years, and I’m so damn thankful it’s happening,” he told The Denver Post. “It will do a good thing for the economy. It puts a star on the Rand McNally maps.” “Browns Canyon is a stunning and rugged stretch of the Arkansas River which suppor......

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