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Rafa Ortiz Chases Waterfalls

01.24.2013 //

Rafa Ortiz is one intense and busy paddler. Last May, he become the second boater to land the record-high 189-ft. Palouse Falls in Washington state and soon after competed in the Whitewater Grand Prix in Chile. Now, Rafa Ortiz sets his sights back home for Mexico and the many waterfalls on the Alseseca River. The adventure will be a Red-Bull film project, led by Rush Sturges, called Chasing Waterfalls. Click below for a teaser, and stay tuned for more on Ortiz’s adventures to come.

Gallery – Benjamin Hjort

12.01.2012 //

Gallery – Upper Valldal River, Norway

Two Men Enter, One Team Wins

12.01.2012 //

The Robe race is among a handful of Pacific Northwest creek races for two-person teams, including B.C.’s Callaghan Creek Race and Washington’s Little White Salmon Race. Teams start together, and the clock stops when the second paddler crosses the line.


12.01.2012 //

Where tectonic upheaval flatlines and the Brooks Range runs out, infinite space welcomes the traveler like a door thrown open. Blue as the Caribbean, the Canning River spills our two rafts from between foothills into the arctic coastal plain.

Gallery – Adam Mills Elliott

12.01.2012 //

Oregon rafting team on White Salmon River, Washington.

Gallery—Charlie Munsey

12.01.2012 //

In the first two weeks of February 2002, seven of the world’s best and boldest paddlers completed the first descent of Tibet’s Upper Tsangpo Gorge.

Heavy Medal

12.01.2012 //

If you caught Vavinec Hradilek’s silver-medal performance at this summer’s Olympic Games, you witnessed one of the world’s most dynamic slalom paddlers lay down a near-perfect run. But you probably missed the 25-year-old Czech’s clever shout-outs to his steep-creeking buddies.

Gallery—Charlie Munsey

12.01.2012 //

Tobias Johansson on Virgin River Narrows, Zion, Utah

Thoughts from a legend

12.01.2012 //

Al Widing Sr. has finished the 120-mile AuSable River Canoe Marathon a record 33 times, including 16 consecutive finishes from age 63 to 79.

Gallery—Darin McQuoid

12.01.2012 //

Rok Sribar on Fuefuki Gawa, Nishizawa Canyon, Japan

Oversea Debris

12.01.2012 //

On March 11, 2011, the Tohoku earthquake, centered off the coast of northern Japan, generated powerful tsunami waves that slammed into 400 miles of the Japanese shoreline…The waves washed more than 5 million tons of debris out to sea. In the fall of 2011, some of the estimated 1.5 million tons of remaining flotsam—everything from buoys and boats to entire shipping containers—began arriving on North America ’s west coast.

Gallery—Charlie Munsey

12.01.2012 //

Fred Norquist on Toketee Falls, North Umpqua River, Oregon

The Green Race: Going Big but Staying Home

11.05.2012 //

Photos and commentary from the 17th annual Green River Narrows Race, which is growing in international stature and staying true to the grassroots, as evidenced by its winners, New Zealander and Olympic paddler Mike Dawson and local paddling hero Adriene Levknecht.

Local Emotion: The Hendri Coetzee Itanda Falls Race

10.14.2012 //

Ugandan David Moor wins Itanda Race at Nile River Festival.

On Tap: Ruckus on the Rio Grande

10.11.2012 //

When it comes to the U.S.-Mexico Border perhaps it’s natural for the media to focus on bad news. But residents of Laredo are having none of it.

On Tap: Sickline 2012

10.03.2012 //

A preview of the fifth annual Adidas Sickline Championship.

Kayaking Ukraine: Take-Out

09.28.2012 //

Episode 10 of Jeffrey and Giulio’s Ukrainian Odyssey.

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