Vote in the 2014 Australian Canoeing People's Choice Award

Who do you think has been the best paddler this year? Who do you think deserves to be awarded with the 2014...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 30, 2014

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Nominations for Officiating Roles at Slalom ICF events

Nominations are sought from interested people, with current International Judging qualifications (IJCSL,...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 29, 2014

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Results from day 2 of the Masters World Cup

  K2 Men 55-59: 2nd - Mark Lawson (AUS) & Darryl BOHM (CAN) K2 Women 45-49: 3rd - Ann...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 26, 2014

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Prospective rule changes for Slalom

  The rule changes will most likely be ratified at the ICF congress next month in Poland. Proposed...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 25, 2014

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Day 1 at Marathon Masters World Cup brings Gold for Australia

  Results: K1 Women 65-69 Ann Lloyd-Green - 1st K1 Men Over 70 Lyle Mead - 3rd K1...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 25, 2014

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Canoe Polo World Championship starts

  510 players will represent 27 countries and qualified for the competition based on the position...

By Australian Canoeing / Sep 24, 2014

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