Woronora to host round five of 2016 PaddleNSW Marathon Series

More than 200 competitors are expected on the Woronora River when Rd5 of the 2016 PaddleNSW Marathon Series gets underway this weekend.

Fitzsimmons - Rio - The Connection

Sometimes when Riley Fitzsimmons looks around at the athletes next to him, he has to pinch himself to make sure he isn’t dreaming. Such has been the rapid rise from rookie paddler to Olympic squad member for 19-year-old Fitzsimmons, which has seen him develop into a strong chance to make the final men’s K4 1000 boat in Rio.

Australia’s first Paralympic Canoe Team

PaddleNSW warmly congratulates Australia’s first Paralympic Canoe Team - our six newest 2016 Paralympic heroes.

This YouTube video is must-see and inspiring. Good luck to the entire team and we are especially proud of PaddleNSW athletes Colin Sieders and Dylan Littlehales.

Speed be with you all.

Latest news from PaddleNSW Freestyle Committee and fundraising winners

All the news from the 2016 Freestyle Nationals plus more ....

Myall Classic information

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Central Coast race postponed 5th June

Due to the strong chance of very heavy rain and high winds this weekend, we have decided to postpone Race 7 on Wyong River this Sunday.
Our Paddlers' comfort and safety were the main consideration, with the recent earthworks at Lions Park also a factor.
Race 7 will now be held on 19th June.
Race 8 will now be held on 26th June.

Naomi Flood is Rio bound


PaddleNSW sprinter Naomi Flood has been officially named to her second Olympic team following a tough selection process that saw her pitted against teammate and PaddleNSW Development Officer Jo Bridgen-Jones. 

Paralympic qualification for Colin Sieders

Nine months after competing at the 2015 Paracanoe World Championships, Australia’s Colin Sieders has been told he has qualified for this year’s Rio Paralympics. The shock news was delivered to 34-year-old Sieders by Australian team officials at a training camp in Duisburg last week. “I was completely unaware this might happen,” an ela

No weed on Reid

PaddleNSW and Goulburn paddler Breanna Reid has had a busy and successful 2015-16 season. She has performed well this year, winning many medals at major regattas, State and National Championships. The last few months have been very busy, juggling training, work, regattas, school and TAFE.

Stop Everything and watch this Awesome 2-minute Jess Fox Training Video

We are very proud of Jessica. A brilliant athlete. An outstanding person. And a wonderful ambassador for PaddleNSW.

Enjoy a training video at the link below...