Submitted by LynnP on Thu, 12/02/2015 - 11:37
PaddleNSW prepares to deliver PaddleSafe Courses at the new-from-old Sydney Pilot Station. You couldn't wish for a better venue, with the classroom surrounded on three sides with magnificant views, clear crystal waters leading to the Ocean off Watsons Bay, a Ferry Service connecting Sydney Harbour and some of the best seafood outlets in Sydney.
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 09/02/2015 - 12:32
PaddleNSW star Rosalyn Lawrence has kick-started 2015 in style by winning the open K1W and C1W finals at the Oceania Championships in New Zealand last weekend.
The 25 year old dominated in the absence of world champion Jessica Fox and New Zealand favourite Luka Jones to win both events.
Submitted by LynnP on Mon, 19/01/2015 - 15:54
Please refer to the EVENT DETAILS to REGISTER AND PAY. Read the details for the Training course and Assessment course below. If a participant has completed a previous PNSW training Course or undertaken RPL (Recognition of Prior Learnng) review, they may apply to undergo assessment during this course. For further information contact lynnpaddlensw [dot] org [dot] au
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 27/10/2014 - 16:00
In the space of a fortnight, Jessica Fox has been awarded not one, not two, but three prestigious crowns at Annual Sports Functions.
At the PaddleNSW Awards, Jess received the PaddleNSW Female Paddler of the Year for the third successive year.
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 27/10/2014 - 15:20
PaddleNSW members Alexandra Broome and Noemie Fox have recently been crowned the best Young Paddlers of the Year, at national and state level respectively.
Submitted by PeterT on Wed, 15/10/2014 - 15:52
At the PaddleNSW Annual Awards Night held 13 October, hard-working volunteer and jack-of-all-trades JOHN KELLY was suitably recognised as the 2013/14 PNSW Volunteer of the Year.
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 29/09/2014 - 19:02
20 year old Jessica Fox has created history - again. She started the day in blistering form recording the fastest semifinal run before holding nerves of steel to write herself into the record books with an emphatic victory in the K1W final.
The victory came 24 hours after successfully defending her C1W world title.
Submitted by PeterT on Fri, 22/08/2014 - 17:52
Sport and pressure go hand in hand. The ticking clock. The expectant crowd. The chance for glory.
The desire for gold.
But for Australia’s Jessica Fox, pressure has a whole new meaning.
Submitted by PeterT on Thu, 14/08/2014 - 13:56
Turramurra kayaker Angus Thompson departed Australia headed for China this week where he will be representing Australia at the Youth Olympic Games. Nanjing will host a foray of young international stars from the 16-28 August. Angus and another 88 athletes will represent Australia across 23 sports.
Submitted by PeterT on Wed, 06/08/2014 - 06:33
Jessica Fox and Rosalyn Lawrence have won gold and bronze in the C1W final at the fourth ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Spain.
Fox demonstrated why she is the number one C1W paddler in the world with an emphatic victory in the final.