|Australian pair amongst canoeing tour survivors|
A Wellington Point couple survived the Asian tsunami in Thailand thanks to their pre-booked canoeing trip.
|ICF Flatwater Racing Rule Changes|
The Australian Canoeing Flatwater Racing Committee has provided a commentry on the changes in the Flatwater Racing Rules that will apply from January 1 this year.
|Border paddler plays role in K1 win |
THE Mercantile Kayak Club team including Albury paddler Alistair Carrie claimed victory in the K1 event of the Murray River Marathon at Swan Hill yesterday.
|Paddlers to build a bridge in a mark of respect |
Paddlers on the Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon will today unite to form a bridge across the Murray River in a mark of respect for those who perished in the Asian quake and tsunami.
|Red Cross Herald Sun Murray Marathon Results|
In what is a remarkable achievement Simon Stenhouse of the ACT took line honors in the world's longest flat-water canoe race for the fifth and final consecutive day.
|Enormous Horns battle leaking kayak |
THE Borders Enormous Horns team had its share of problems on the Murray on Tuesday but is now fourth in its class.
|Refuelling paddlers a great way to spread messages |
The Office of Gas safety is today offering paddlers in the Red Cross - Herald Sun Murray Marathon a special refuelling offer.
|Surf lifesavers paddle to the rescue|
PADDLING 404km in a 250kg canoe is challenge enough, but rescuing people along the way takes the challenge to a whole new level.
|The first continuous all-female circumnavigation of Tasmania by sea kayak |
Justine Curgenven and friends have completed a circumnavigation of Tasmania in 37 days making them one of only a handful of paddlers to do so and the first women to have achieved such a feat.
The girl's from Beaconhills are unstoppable. Aiming to win their third consecutive title at the Red Cross Herald Sun Murray River Marathon these teenagers:
|Paddlers in for their chop|
STRONG headwind made life difficult for paddlers on the first day of the Red Cross-Herald Sun Murray Marathon yesterday.
|Windy conditions make going tough for competitors |
STRONG winds made conditions difficult for paddlers yesterday in the start of the annual Red Cross Murray Marathon.
|Bandage, massage and a hug please! |
It's no walk in the park being a first aid volunteer at the world's longest annual flat-water canoe race.
|Lifesavers on Murray river|
Ten lifesavers from Long Reef Surf Life Saving Club on Sydney's northern beaches are putting in some intense flat water training this summer in the Red Cross -Herald Sun Murray Marathon.
|Murray Marathon - Day one twice?|
Yes, due to flooding in the forest area along the Day 2 route we are not able to get full access to all the checkpoints which means that we cannot provide adequate safety and service to paddlers.
|Murray Champion Joined By Son|
In December 1969, ten school friends came together in seven canoes to battle 250 miles of the mighty Murray River in order to raise $250 for Australian Red Cross.
|Druce Appointed Head Coach of the Slalom Canoe/Kayak National Centre of Excellence|
The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) yesterday announced the appointment of Mike Druce as Head Coach of the Slalom Canoe/Kayak National Centre of Excellence (NCE).
|2005 Australia Day Canoe Polo Competition|
Entry forms for the 2005 Australia Day Canoe Polo Competition close in less than 2 weeks.
|International 10m˛ Canoe Association |
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