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Stennäs – The Hidden Wave The whitewater goods of Northern Sweden once again provided some quality action. Only a select few paddlers in Scandinavia have heard about the elusive ‘hidden wave’ in the north and even more difficult is knowing when the...

Keeping the momentum of the Whitewater Grand Prix going and entertaining the creeking aspect of the whitewater world, we found ourselves in the town of Shawinigan. It was time for the Extreme Race Time Trial stage. In true WWGP fashion we arrived to...

By: Natty Cordon Whether you have been to Norway or not, you will either know or have heard about how incredible it is, so there’s not much point in me telling you that. Rather, I feel it is better to sum up my trip through a series of hints and photos which will...

By: Natty Cordon The first day got off to a pretty sluggish start. Having all got a little over-excited by the existence of 10 litre bottles of wine, most of us found ourselves feeling a little bit precious. We decided to use the Middle Sesia as a warm up river but...

By: Kim Hardin My shoulder rehab has been a long process, but I'm officially back in my boat, and able to do the important things like boof, cartwheel, and wave wheel! YES! Bow Stallin' at the Hood River Marina My first impression of the Mobius 49: CUTE, and FUN!...

Once the Gladiator event was finished the giant migration of athletes started. Our next stop would take us to the province of Quebec and the Rouge River to compete in a Head to Head boater cross event. We all arrived to bleak rainy weather and...

Athletes tend to spend a lot of time honing in their skill as well as their "feel" when preparing to learn new moves for competition or even fun- so much so that when a company introduces a new boat, we can be a bit skeptical. It's like saying, "Why...

By: Natty Cordon It’s refreshing to paddle a small playboat that actually feels like it's designed for the smaller paddler, rather than feeling like a shrunken version of the medium size. I’ve owned my Wave Sport Mobius 49 for a week now. I meant to post up my...

By: Natty Cordon I genuinely couldn't be more excited to have joined Team Wave Sport UK and am so stoked to get out in my new Recon 70 and Mobius 49. Watch this space for my initial thoughts on the boats and to find out my plans for putting them through their paces...

If I were told that I could only have one kayak to take with me for a full year to paddle every river in Costa Rica, the choice would be too easy. A destination like Costa Rica - much like Fayetteville, WV - has literally every type of whitewater...

By: Dale Mears We have had lots of rain here in the UK with major rivers bursting their banks both in the North and South of the country. Many Brits are therefore hitting the rivers or Wales, Scotland or Yorkshire or have been hanging around waiting for the weirs...

By: Michele Ramazza Lots of creek kayakers want to buy a slalom boat to start training to get a better paddler. Is that a good idea or not? Slalom kayakers have a better technique rather than any other paddlers but, is this enough to prove the slalom training is...

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