Submitted by paddleadmin on Sat, 19/07/2014 - 12:23
Those of us who knew Andrew McAuley were so sad to have lost him. He was so close to success when he disappeared off Milford Sound on 12th February 2007 having almost succeeded in crossing to New Zealand. No-one can doubt the fact that the crossing from Australia to New Zealand paddling solo is an exceptionally arduous and dangerous assignment.
Submitted by PeterT on Wed, 02/07/2014 - 19:27
Sydney's Rosalyn Lawrence has won gold in in the C1W final at the third ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Prague.
It was Lawrence’s fourth C1 World Cup triumph of her career, her first since she won in 2012 at Cardiff and she was clearly delighted to be back on top.
Submitted by PeterT on Wed, 02/07/2014 - 19:12
It was just over one year ago Mona Vale Olympian Jo Brigden-Jones awoke in a hospital bed with the likely expectation from most that she would be full of questions about her future.
Submitted by 210645 on Wed, 02/07/2014 - 00:16
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Submitted by 210645 on Fri, 20/06/2014 - 22:06
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Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 19/05/2014 - 14:21
During Easter, the NSW State Team represented PaddleNSW at the National Championships held in Canberra. It was a very successful competition with the open division being won by the NSW first team and the NSW vets team coming 2nd in their division. The mixed masters team came third and the second open team came 7th.
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 19/05/2014 - 11:19
It's possible that kayaking saved Sean Smith's life.
Once a reasonably fit young man who regularly played rugby, the Sydney man's world was thrown in turmoil in 2005 when he was involved in a horrific and near-fatal car crash.
The dreadful accident impaled his body and left him not only with severe internal injuries but a cracked skull and a shattered pelvis.
Submitted by 210645 on Thu, 17/04/2014 - 22:06
Again we were lucky with some beautiful weather and joined by the current Two time World Freestyle Champion Claire O Hara from Great Britain, who has been training at PWS over our summer,
Below is the Final Results Table
Submitted by PeterT on Mon, 31/03/2014 - 16:46
For anyone who wants to organise an Open Water Race be prepared for stress! You want good weather, clear skies are nice. The wind to blow from the right direction and some swell as well. I have tried to pray and use karma where possible it is often just a dream.
Today someone must have said the right words for us.