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On Tap: 4th Annual Sickline Championship

09.29.2011

On Monday afternoon, kayaker and filmmaker Rush Sturges was hanging out in Sea-Tac’s international terminal waiting to board a flight through to Munich, Germany. He’d already checked two kayaks—one creek boat, one play boat (“Not cheap,” he sighed)—and he was unclear exactly when he’d return.

GMA: ‘Daredevil Kayaker Conquers Massive Waterfall’

09.28.2011

Kayaker Jesse Coombs and photographer Lucas Gilman teamed up in March 2011 to run, and document, Cooombs’ drop of Oregon’s foreboding, 96-foot Aibiqua Falls. On Saturday, the duo appeared as guests on Good Morning America to discuss the, um, “daredevil drop.” It’s worth another look.

Updated: Video – Yellow Creek, 3rd Descent

09.13.2011

f the Internet is one huge smörgåsbord of people’s lives, plus Yahoo! celeb news and other super important stuff, then I suppose it’s OK to just post this little video here. Sure, I can’t tell you much about it, like where Yellow Creek is (my best guess is California). But it’s a tasty dish amid said smörgåsbord ala mundane…

Coming Soon: ‘Sea Kayak with Gordon Brown: Volume 2′

09.12.2011

Scottish sea kayaking outfitter and coach Gordon Brown’s first DVD filled one void in instructional paddling videos and created another.

Three Brothers (+1), Down the Mississippi

09.10.2011

Last night, the three Bragiel brothers—Peter, Paul and Dan, and their paddling friend, Tony Corella—pitched camp on a sandbar of the lower Mississippi River, about 20 or 30 miles upstream of New Orleans. It marked their 58th straight night out; they’d set out in two canoes from the Mississippi’s headwaters, Lake Itasca, Minn., on July 14.

Bradt’s Back

09.01.2011

In March, Tyler Bradt crushed his L1 vertebrae after landing flat off of Oregon’s 100-foot Abiqua Falls. Three days shy of the five-month anniversary of that accident, on Aug. 17, Bradt—the 25-year-old reigning waterfall-drop world record holder, at 189 feet—was back, for a run down a legendary line, “The Box.”

‘Sea Kayak Rescues’ DVD Coming Soon

08.23.2011

World-class sea kayak instructors Shawna Franklin and Leon Somme team up with award-winning filmmaker Bryan Smith—Kokatat athletes, all three—in Sea Kayak Rescues, a comprehensive modern guide to rescues for all paddlers.

Virtual Coach: Lift and Carry

08.17.2011

The late Bill Mason famously said, “Anyone who tells you portaging is fun is either a liar or crazy.” But in the same breath, the iconic canoeist and filmmaker would note that a little suffering goes a long way in escaping crowds of people, making the portage a gateway to wilderness paddling. It’s this element of portability that makes the canoe so perfectly suited to traveling lake-to-lake or descending wild rivers—or for going from the roof rack to the beach.

A Taste of Yurp

08.11.2011

Two videos originating out of France and the Old Country

Currents TV: California

08.10.2011

Season 2, Episode 3: A whitewater webisode produced entirely with solar (and human) power

VIRTUAL COACH: Packing for a SUP Trip

08.04.2011

Video: SUP author and instructor Rob Casey’s 18 tips

VIRTUAL COACH: How to Pack a Raft

07.29.2011

Todd Collins demonstrates how to pack for a multi-day packing trip.

Bomb Flow TV: Episode 1, Part 2

07.26.2011

More whitewater (and hijinx) from Chile and Argentina with the Demshitz crew

Currents TV: Hood River

07.20.2011

C&K/Five2Nine Productions’ exclusive look into whitewater’s Northwest proving grounds and the impact of the Condit Dam removal

Stories from the River

07.19.2011

Five2Nine Productions’ Currents series of online videos came full circle last month when Ottawa-based videographer Mike McKay returned to Hood River, Ore., for the third time to shoot whitewater paddling on the White Salmon, Little White and other Class V creeks. McKay and his Vancouver-based friend, Steve Arns, traveled to Hood River on a whim in December 2009.

Virtual Coach: Power Paddling

07.18.2011

Sean Morley knows a few things about going fast. He honed his forward stroke technique as a flatwater sprint racer on the British junior national team, but has made his biggest mark traveling far and fast in challenging conditions. He’s held speed records for crossing the Irish Sea, circumnavigating Vancouver Island, and paddling 4,500 miles around Great Britain and Ireland, solo.

Kayak Fishing Skills

07.14.2011

You know when Good Morning America viewers are entreated to some kayaking with their morning coffee it’s gotta be something good … or shark related.

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