Why Race the 10km Series – with Max Brown and Kurtis Imrie

In a welcome boost for the Kayak Krazy 10km series, NZ Kayak men’s squad members Max Brown and Kurtis Imrie finished one-two in the open men’s race in Tauranga last month. Here the pair, who earlier this year secured a K2 1000m slot for New Zealand at the Tokyo Olympics, offer their thoughts on why paddlers should compete in the series. 

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Women in Coaching

A small group of female coaches are starting to make their mark on the sport in New Zealand. We chat to a trio of emerging coaches to find out more of their journey and why they would encourage other women to make the same step.

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Carly’s Virtual Ambition

Carly Tyler currently sits fourth overall and second Kiwi in the open women’s event at the 2020 New Zealand Virtual Surf Ski Championships. We chat to the Christchurch paddler about her background in the sport and hopes for the remainder of the event which concludes on Sunday (June 14).

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Alert Level 1 – and what it means for paddlers

The move to Alert Level 1 means that all restrictions on paddling are now removed. This is great news for our community of clubs and paddlers. Clubs can resume normal operation, hopefully with a renewed enjoyment as we all realise what a privilege it is to be able to get out on the water and paddle with our friends.

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