Tara makes Virtual Paddling Champs plea

Versatile Tara Smith, the early pacesetter in the women’s K1 division at the New Zealand Virtual Paddling Championships, believes the month-long event offers a great opportunity for paddlers of all standards to get involved.

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Covid-19 restrictions

Following the Government announcement that the Auckland region is currently back at an Alert Level 3 and that the rest of New Zealand is at an Alert Level 2, unfortunately means a return to paddling restrictions. A reminder of what those restrictions are see below.

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Ten Reasons to enter the NZ Virtual Paddling Champs

The 2021 New Zealand Virtual Paddling Championships is open for business throughout the entire month of March and times can be officially logged from Monday (March 1). So to whet the appetite for the exciting new event, we give you ten good reasons why you should get involved.

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Toby and Tara at the double

Toby Brooke and Tara Smith enjoyed a memorable weekend of racing in Tasman Bay to take out the King and Queen of the Bay titles, respectively, before the following day securing the South Island Surf Ski titles.

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CRNZ community rallies to show great initiative

Despite the understandable disappointment at the postponement of the 2021 NZCT New Zealand Canoe Sprint Championships, which was scheduled to have started today (Friday), the kayaking community has rallied to show great initiative and make the most of a challenging scenario.

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Coaches Corner

Following the recent announcement of the postponement of the 2021 National Championship, CRNZ coach Tim Brabants puts the spotlight on peaking for specific competitions.

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