IOC President Thomas Bach has been welcomed to New Zealand this morning with a traditional powhiri (welcome ceremony) before he embarks on his two day visit, meeting with Olympic athletes, sports and decision-makers.
The New Zealand elite men’s eight have tasted success in their first international outing for 2015. New Zealand finished ahead of the three crew field in the Men’s Eight Windermere Cup final in Seattle, USA
Classic River Racing returned to the Goulburn River Australia in late March attracting some of the countries top kayakers. The river between the Eildon Pondage Gates, Thornton and through to Alexandra has a diverse mix of rapids, gravel races
The Classic River Race is uniquely New Zealand with kayakers taming the 67kms of snow feed white water on the Waimakariri river that reaches from the alps, winds through the massive gorge to the Canterbury plans...
Most multisport athletes will be familiar with power meters by now, given that these devices have revolutionised the sport of cycling over the last 20 years. The good news for multisport athletes is that they can now train with power for the kayaking
Australian Lucien Delfour will launch is international season at the Copa Pirineus in Pau, France this weekend. 2015 is set to be a big year for the 26 year old, with Olympic quotas up for grabs at the ICF World Championships in September later