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First mixed pair wins the Devizes to Westminster Canoe race

Lizzie Broughton of Richmond Canoe Club and Keith Moule from Chelmsford Canoe Club this weekend became the first mixed doubles pairing ever to win the 125 mile Devizes to Westminster International Canoe Race. 657 more words


First descent of the Rio Coypisa

By Simon Chapman.

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The Rio Coypisa: Bolivia.

The buttress roots of rainforest giants reach right down into the scarcely-moving greenish water and a ‘vee’ ripple spreads away from the front of the canoe as we paddle gently forwards, taking care not to make any noise that would scare away the maroon and orange ball of fur that is sitting on an overhanging branch. 1,969 more words

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Sonoran Spring Wk 3

Day 2. As we were breaking down camp the sound of a chopper was heard coming upriver. As the pilot circled overhead, RESCUE stood out in bold letters on the underbelly. 1,659 more words


Sonoran Spring Wk 2

Jacelle, the 2 dogs, and I were on the road to Camp Verde by 4 am. Timed just right we’d brush the front side of the Phoenix rush hour morning and be scooting out the north side on I-17 heading into sunrise.  1,244 more words


Esquif announc they had ceased production

On Wednesday, March 18 at 11 a.m. ET Esquif announced they had ceased production in their Frampton, Quebec facility via their Facebook page in a French and English message. 190 more words

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From sea to sea

A mari usque ad mare

By Winchell Delano, Steve Keaveny, Matt Harren and Pete Marshall 

“He shall have dominion from sea to sea and from the river unto the ends of the earth.”  1,254 more words


A canoe adventure into the unknown

By Calum Rogerson

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For most people in the UK, they are unlikely to know much about, or indeed heard of the Inverpolly National Nature Reserve in the north west of Scotland. 1,069 more words