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New Zealand takes gold in the women’s single scull, double scull, lightweight double scull and pair at day three of World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.
Kiwi kayaker Finn Butcher was just 2cm away from yet another canoe slalom milestone at the second ICF World Cup of the season in Slovakia overnight.
New Zealand kayaker Luuka Jones has created yet more history with her first-ever podium finish at an ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Slovakia overnight.
Racing conditions improved for day two of World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland with 14 New Zealand crews racing across a mixture of repechages, semi-finals and finals.
Anticipating adverse weather conditions on the Lake Malta course in Poznan, Poland, FISA race officials called for a last-minute schedule change for heats at day one of World Rowing Cup II.
Auckland schoolgirl Hannah Thomas booked a spot in her first ICF World Cup canoe slalom semifinal after finishing ninth in the repechage in Slovakia overnight.
New Zealand kayaker Callum Gilbert has grabbed a slice of history, recording the best K1 result by a Kiwi male at the opening ICF World Cup canoe slalom round of the season in London overnight.
New Zealand kayakers Finn Butcher and Callum Gilbert had their best-ever ICF World Cup qualifying runs to get their international canoe slalom seasons off to an ideal start in London today.
A developing New Zealand’s women’s K4 500m crew produced a quality performance to place third in the B Final on the final day of action at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.
New Zealand’s men’s and women’s K4 500m crews both progressed to the semi-finals and the Kiwi pairing of Kurtis Imrie and Max Brown advanced to the B Final of the men’s K2 1000m on day two of the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup in Duisburg, Germany.