160 Articles by: Jeff Moag
“I felt the need to create a resource for women to help them build confidence and empower them,” Anna Levesque says in her new film Why We Love Kayaking.
I’ve been on countless canoe trips, and I’ve lived through many Halloweens, but never thought to combine the two.
The Rio Olympic whitewater course is powerful and punishing. If you mistime one stroke, it becomes extremely difficult to recover.
San Marcos, Texas is ideal for family paddling, and folks who want to try kayaking, canoeing and SUP have a host of options to choose from.
Sea kayaking is just fine, it's the people "in charge" that are boring, uptight, rigid, stodgy and egotistical.
Put your tongue back in your mouth and read on, as Luc Strickland talks us through his flying Green Race rescue.
The paddling community lost one of its most passionate and innovative members when Innova Kayak founder Tim Rosenhan died unexpectedly Oct. 24. He was 68.
4-year-old paddle board instructor Kiara Goold shows us all how to have fun.
Registration opens for the world's longest annual paddling race, the Yukon River Quest
The surfski and I have found a real rhythm in Sardinia. The waltzes we've been doing with the waves for many days now shift into uptempo western swing.