Coverage from the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Prague, Czech Republic, where this weekend Vavřinec Hradilek received an overwhelming reception fresh off his Olympic silver medal showing and U.S. paddler Michal Smolen cracked the top 10.
Two high-end touring blades reviewed in the Apostle Islands.
Dispatch No. 5 from Jeffery and Giulio as they paddle the length of Ukraine’s Dnieper River.
Andrew Metcalfe’s 745-mile portage across Canada with a pink canoe.
Dispatch No. 4 from Jeffery and Giulio as they paddle the length of Ukraine’s Dnieper River.
Three friends building a kayak out of duct tape to raise money for cancer research.
Brett Dufur takes readers on his 80-hour journey down the Missouri: “On Tuesday morning, July 31, nearly 400 misfit paddlers, weekend warriors and river rats from 37 states looked fresh and eager to take on the MR340—the world’s longest, nonstop ultramarathon paddling event … “
Dispatch No. 5 from a 150-mile bar hopping paddle down The Thames River.
C&K’s Top 7 picks for new, innovative pieces of paddling gear at this year’s Outdoor Retailer Summer Trade Show
Tomorrow, Friday, Aug. 10, the 200-meter flatwater sprint is making its debut at the Olympic Games. It will also be the last chance for the U.S. Canoe/Kayak Team to take home a medal from the London 2012 Games.
CanoeKayak.com recently asked PaddlePower organizer Kristen Senz about the 10th annual, two-day event on Aug. 18-19, which raises funds for a crisis hotline that serves people with depression, including those close to committing suicide.
Turning a box of wood into a kayak.
Dispatch No. 3 from a 150-mile bar hopping paddle down The Thames River
Jeffrey and Giulio dock at Ukrainka on Ukraine’s Dnieper River and make some new friends.
Inside the final preparations for West Hansen’s bold 4,225-mile expedition to solo the entire length of the Amazon River.
Dispatch No. 2 from a 150-mile bar hopping paddle down The Thames River
Dispatch No. 1 from a 150-mile bar hopping paddle down The Thames River