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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 set to get coaching boost

Darryl Fitzgerald (left) and Zac Franich finished sixth in their K2 1000m semifinal last night and will race tomorrow's C final in Milan. Photo by Jamie Troughton/Dscribe Media ... 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 IconMartlew leading NZ canoe sprint charge

Scott Martlew won't be leaving anything to chance when he opens the New Zealand campaign at next week's canoe racing world championships in Italy.... More»»

Blog Topic IconSprinters lead the charge at Junior World Champs

New Zealand's fast-twitch brigade led the charge on the second day of the junior world canoe sprint championships in Portugal overnight. Photo: Britney Ford, courtesy of Jenny Brown... More»»

Blog Topic IconYoung paddling talent set to take on the world

The next generation of New Zealand kayaking talent will test themselves on the world stage, as the canoe sprint junior world championships get underway in Portugal tonight.... More»»

Blog Topic IconK2 crew picked for World Champs

Gisborne's Darryl Fitzgerald (left) and Auckland's Zac Franich have been added to the New Zealand team for next month's canoe sprint world championships in Italy. Photo by Jamie Troughton/Dscribe Media Services.... More»»

Blog Topic IconICF World Canoe Sprint Champs, Moscow

Gold and new world record for Lisa Carrington in the K1 200m. ... More»»

Blog Topic IconJunior & U23 World Champs Campaign

Drama unfolded in the Junior Mens K1 1000m today when the comfortable leader at the 750 metre mark, Tomas Vesely (CZE), unexpectedly capsized leaving the door open for Peter Artuur to collect Belgium's first Junior World Championship gold. Denmark's Morten Graversen won silver and Pelayo Roza from Spain the bronze. New Zealand's Kurtis Imrie ... More»»

 
 
 
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