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Blog Topic IconNZ K4 chasing kayaking history

New Zealand’s K4 crew, from left, Caitlin Ryan, Aimee Fisher, Lisa Carrington and Kayla Imrie taste success at the Hungary round of the ICF World Cup series. ... More»»

Blog Topic IconTeam boats focus for Carrington

World and Olympic champion Lisa Carrington will skip her favoured K1 200m event on the upcoming ICF World Cup series in Europe, instead turning her focus to New Zealand’s burgeoning team boats.... More»»

Blog Topic IconHalberg Winners

Top honours for Lisa Carrington and Gordon Walker at the 54th Halberg Sports Awards. ... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington awarded Lonsdale Cup

Lisa Carrington has been awarded the prestigious Lonsdale Cup for 2016.... More»»

Blog Topic IconHistoric medal for Carrington

Carrington became the first New Zealand woman to win two Olympic medals at the same games, adding a bronze medal in the K1 500m overnight to the K1 200m gold she won earlier in the week in Rio.... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington goes for the double

Lisa Carrington will race for another medal after qualifying for the K1 500m final at the Lagoa Olympic Stadium in Rio, finishing second in her semifinal.... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington strikes Gold

Gold in the Olympic 200m canoe sprint for Lisa Carrington overnight. ... More»»

Blog Topic IconHatton's upset adds spice to kayaking ranks

North Shore's Teneale Hatton after winning the K1 500m final at the Blue Lakes canoe sprint regatta in Rotorua this weekend. Photo by Jamie Troughton/Dscribe Media Services... More»»

Blog Topic IconHistory for kayak star Carrington

A rampant Lisa Carrington snared her own slice of history, easily defending her K1 200m title at the canoe sprint world championships in Milan tonight.... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington claims K1 500m world title

A jubilant Lisa Carrington has won her first K1 500m world title at the canoe racing world championships tonight. The New Zealand star swept to victory in the longer distance, putting daylight in between her black boat and her rivals on a choppy course in Milan.... More»»

Blog Topic IconKiwi kayakers pour on the pace at world champs

Kiwi women proving their worth at the World Champs in Milan... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington into final on tough day for Kiwi kayakers

Lisa Carrington has cruised into the final of the K1 500m at the canoe racing world championships in Milan overnight, although a trio of rivals will be waiting eagerly for her once she gets there.... More»»

Blog Topic IconCarrington fired up for historic double

Carrington will spearhead a nine-strong New Zealand team in Milan when racing begins tomorrow night (NZ time), with the championships doubling as a qualifier for next year's Rio de Janeiro Olympics.... More»»

Blog Topic IconKiwi kayakers make great start in Europe


Blog Topic IconKiwi paddlers follow Carrington's lead

Lisa Carrington continues to blaze a merry path on the world kayaking scene but a quartet of fellow female Kiwis are eagerly following her lead.... More»»

Blog Topic IconGolden weekend for kiwi kayakers

New Zealand medal-winners from the final day of the world cup kayaking regatta in Portugal, L-R Lisa Carrington, Caitlin Ryan, Aimee Fisher, Kayla Imrie, Jaimee Lovett and Marty McDowell.... More»»

Blog Topic IconGreat start to the second World Cup

Lisa Carrington's world cup kayaking form has continued, while two of her New Zealand teammates will join her in A finals tonight at the German round of the series.... More»»

Blog Topic IconThird gold for Carrington, bronze for K2

Lisa Carrington has embraced the lift in competition by winning her third world cup kayaking gold medal in two weeks in Germany overnight.... More»»

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Lisa Carrington

Wednesday, 11 April 2012


Blog Topic IconWorld Cup 2, Czech

A gold medal at the end of the day in the women's K1 5000m for Teneale Hatton makes three for the NZ team at the World Cup in Czech Republic. Earlier she had claimed gold in the 1000m and Lisa Carrington the gold in the 200m, as well as a bronze in the 500m yesterday.... More»»

Blog Topic IconNZ Team Results - World Cup 1

A second Gold for Lisa Carrington at the World Cup in Milan in the K1 200m - beating out the Poland's Marta Walczykiewicz and Karolina Naja who had to settle for second and third respectively. ... More»»

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