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Paddling the Colorado River Pulse Flow

An extraordinary experiment is underway in a parched corner of northern Mexico where the Colorado River goes to die.

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Good Gauley

09.16.2013

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.

Fight to Save the Jondachi River

09.13.2013

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.

Riding the Colorado Floods

09.12.2013

Washington-based paddler Will Grubb takes on one of Colorado’s flood-swollen rivers.

Voices of the Worlds

09.12.2013

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.

The Show Must Go On

09.12.2013

On-site preview coverage of the 2013 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Prague, Czech Republic, with a look at the top US contenders in 19-year-old Michal Smolen and C-1/C-2 dual competitor Casey Eichfeld.

Four Play

09.11.2013

Inside the 90-mile Adirondack Canoe Classic, a fall amateur event from Old Forge to Saranac lake, NY, that attracts novices and experts alike, including some of the biggest names in marathon canoe racing (who set a new course record), as well as nearly 300 paddlers across the racing and touring divisions of paddlers in increasingly popular four-person canoes.

Slalom Tips: Unraveling Upstream Gates

09.11.2013

Former Olympic athlete from Canada Thomas Hall goes over the basics of paddling to upstream gates without compromising speed.

The Inside Line: Steve Landick

09.10.2013

Endurance paddling legend, Steve Landick, the subject of the ‘Unfiltered’ profile from Canoe & Kayak magazine’s August 2013 issue, provides more detail on a few stories from years spent racing canoes and partnering with the late Verlen Kruger for the pair’s self-proclaimed ‘Ultimate Canoe Challenge.’

Freestyle Worlds Coverage

09.06.2013

Bryson City, NC — Today is a big day at the World Championships as the major competitions face off for semi finals. America’s Clay Wright currently sits in lead of squirt boats with a total score of 1220, and Great Britain’s Claire O’Hara sits in the top women’s squirt with a total score of 1253. […]

When Generations Collide

09.06.2013

It’s family feud to the fullest with EJ Jackson competing for the first time against his own son Dane Jackson for the Men’s 2013 K1 World Championship title at the Nantahala Outdoor Center in NC.

Behind the Lens: John Rathwell

09.05.2013

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.

The Deliverance Canoe is For Sale

09.04.2013

A wood and canvas Old Town canoe used in the most iconic paddling movie of all time goes on the auction block next Tuesday. The weathered green canoe has hung in the restaurant of the Clarion Hotel in Fremont, Neb., for 13 years. The hotel is now going out of business, and as they say on late-night television, “Everything must go!”

The Inside Line: Justine Curgenven

09.04.2013

In this installment of ‘The Inside Line,’ C&K takes a deeper look at Justine Curgenven, who featured in the ‘Unfiltered’ story in the July 2013 issue.

Opening Day at the ICF World Freestyle Championships

09.03.2013

ICF World Freestyle Kayak Championships kicked off Monday evening with the opening ceremonies

Incredible Journeys

09.03.2013

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.

Gotta Have a Float Plan

09.02.2013

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.

Last Chance for Olympic Paddling?

08.30.2013

Former Olympic athlete Thomas Hall explains how including women in canoe sprint could save the foundering sport from getting kicked out of the Olympics.

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