Races two and three ended on Labor Day weekend, and with only one more race to go on the bottom Moose, it looks as though the King of New York may become a Quebecois paddler. Can the U.S. step it up to keep the win in America?
With just over 100 miles to go, the four-man team will finish their two-month, 600-mile traverse around the Baffin Islands. Here is a collection of dispatches detailing their adventure so far.
US paddlers Fabien Lefevre and Dana Mann just missed the podium at the ICF Slalom Worlds —Lefevre took fourth in men’s K-1 and Mann fifth in women’s K-1.
Want Woodstock on the water? Head to Gauley Fest, AW’s biggest fundraiser, held every third weekend in September on West Virginia’s Gauley River.
Developers are poised to dam Ecuador’s Rio Jondachi, a classic jungle river for rafting that if dammed will lose a burgeoning tourist industry worth $1 million (US) annually and the region’s unique biological diversity.
The next American kayaking phenom shows his hand at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships prelims. Will he be able to repeat it when it counts?
The 2013 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships came to a close on Sunday, with the U.S. team winning six of the eight events. Squirt-boat champion Clay Wright discusses what makes the sport of freestyle kayaking so unique among action sports.
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Former Olympic athlete from Canada Thomas Hall goes over the basics of paddling to upstream gates without compromising speed.
As the 2013 Freestyle World Championship comes to a close in Bryson City, NC, the United States athletes demonstrate their top place among the world’s best paddlers.
Canoe & Kayak catches up with Brandon Nelson after he set the new world record for longest distance paddled in 24 hours: 151.73 miles.
Ottawa-based photographer John Rathwell employs multiple flashes to make Billy Harris’ log ride on Trick or Treat Falls, Quyon, Quebec really pop. This photo appeared in Gallery of the June 2013 issue.
ICF World Freestyle Kayak Championships kicked off Monday evening with the opening ceremonies
Eddy, the beloved boating guru in Canoe & Kayak’s print magazine, has come to life on the website. This story featured in the August 2007 issue, and Eddy’s got answers on epic kayak trips, UV clothing and canoe packing.
Make a plan and let someone know before you go. Should the worst happen, the U.S. Coast Guard will have an idea where to find you.
Former Olympic athlete Thomas Hall explains how including women in canoe sprint could save the foundering sport from getting kicked out of the Olympics.
Last August, C&K staff ventured to Salt Lake City to what paddling companies have come out with at the 2013 Outdoor Retailer. Here is a video diary of interesting new boats from the OR show.