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By: Natty Cordon When I first started kayaking no one ever told me about ‘the boof’ and I just plugged my merry way down anything. It was a few months before I realised that everyone else seemed to stay drier than I did and they never had as much fun with unexpected...

By: Natty Cordon To Austin Powers, mojo was not simply the essence of his libido; it was his raison d’être. When his mojo was stolen, not only did he despair at having to turn down the advances of Felicity Shagwell through fears of his own impotence, he also...

By: Natty Cordon The Diesel has long been a popular choice amongst white water newcomers, renowned for its versatility and predictable performance on low-volume rivers and play runs, but capable of pushing steeper creeks as boating skills develop. More recently, it...

By: Natty Cordon There has never been a general consensus on this one. Opinions have long been divided. Some are firm believers that ‘bigger is better’, whilst others argue that ‘it’s not the size that counts, but what you do with it that matters’. Personally, I had...

By: Dale Mears What started out as a paddle to review the new Gopro Hero 5 on its UK release day turned out to be a great bit of publicity for Wave Sport when I entered a few photos and video clips to the Gopro awards scheme. A few months later after a great day...

By: Kim Hardin In case you haven't heard, the Project X has returned! To celebrate, I figured I'd re-enlighten the world as to the 6 Wonders of the Project X. While I love my Mobius for big air, there's something about the Project X that gets me excited knowing it...

By: Michele Ramazza Here you can find a detailed list of the most important river signal internationally known. A short guide to help the communication in the noisy river environment. One of the most important rule about river signals is: simplicity, clearness and only...

By: Kim Hardin "What did I wear last winter?" "Should I add an extra layer?" "Thick wool socks or normal socks?" 1. No cotton! Cotton absorbs water and holds it close to your skin. Brrrr! 2. Layers: When you're layering, start off with a wicking layer closest to...

By: Kim Hardin While 7 days off the water makes one weak (haha), a little time off of the water and on the bike is good for cross training: 1. Interchangeable lingo: Boof, stomp, eddy out, S-turn. You can keep your whitewater lingo strong by using them for more or...

By: Kim Hardin Have you ever found yourself on a river, walled in above a gorge, unable to get out of your boat, but needing to scout? If you know the basics of boat scouting, you CAN scout the rapid, and pick your way through the gorge below. First things first,...

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