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Rowing NZ U23 team

Rowing NZ announced at Lake Karapiro today the U23 team to represent New Zealand in 2018.

Aon Maadi Cup

The 2018 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Championships) will be held at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel from 19 - 24 March, with Sunday 25 March reserved as a spare day in case of bad weather.

Search for rafters, Upper Hutt

A search has resumed for two rafters who went missing on the Hutt River. Police were contacted last night at 8.41pm when a party of nine people on inflatable rafts got into difficulty while on a private trip.

NZ Rowing Team Announced

Rowing NZ has announced the rowers to represent New Zealand at Rowing World Cup and World Championship regattas. The 2018 Rowing NZ Elite team have been selected to represent New Zealand following a five day trial including gruelling seat racing.

KayakHQ Queen and King of the Bay

The 10th Queen and King of the Bay was held in Tasman Bay on Saturday. It is the South Islands longest running ocean surfski paddling event which for the first year is also part of the New Zealand Paddler Series.

Depth delivers for top male kayakers

Kurtis Imrie and Quaid Thompson took the final-day spoils at the NZCT New Zealand canoe sprint championships at Lake Karapiro, highlighting the growing depth among the top male paddlers in the country.

Pedigree and power gives Thompson kayaking gold

Quaid Thompson is a few behind his father but he’ll never forget his first K1 1000m national kayaking title. The Gisborne 20-year-old took out the blue-ribbon race at the NZCT New Zealand canoe sprint championships

Nine feels fine for Carrington

Lisa Carrington has wasted no time getting her kayaking season underway, collecting the ninth New Zealand K1 200m title of her illustrious career at the national canoe sprint championships at Lake Karapiro today.

Rivals ready to test Carrington’s supremacy

Forty seconds of kayak racing tomorrow morning could have lingering ramifications for the rest of the year, as the New Zealand canoe sprint championships get underway at Lake Karapiro.

Jones best of kayaking Kiwis

Luuka Jones has finished sixth in a highly-competitive K1 women’s final at the Australian canoe slalom championships in Penrith overnight.