Alert Level Two and what it means

With our (hopefully) impending move to Level 2, it looks like our clubs will be able to consider re-opening and resuming club paddling activities. However, it is important to review all relevant rules, information and guidance carefully, and for each club to create a health and safety plan that is suitable to their specific environment and needs.

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Adapting to change

The “glass half-full” attitude adopted by Canoe Racing NZ coach Tim Brabants has enabled the men’s kayak squad he guides to be on the front foot as the six-strong group returned to the water last week.

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Clubs in lockdown

We chat to a trio of clubs about how the Covid-19 restrictions has impacted on them and how they are coping with the ongoing global pandemic.

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Covid update to paddlers

Firstly, thank you all for your commitment to staying off the water over the last few weeks, following the issue of government guidelines on 3 April prohibiting watersports at Alert Level 4. It appears that New Zealand is tracking well towards containing (and hopefully eliminating) Covid-19, and we are all a part of that project.

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