Stand Up Guy: Dan Gavere Wins Back-To-Back Championships

With warm temps surging the Colorado River in Glenwood Springs to 14,200 cfs, a new grandstand area, and nearly five times as many spectators as last year, the national River SUP Championships brought the country's best watermen to the Rockies to do single-bladed stand-up battle on Memorial Day. Who won? One guess...

Suttun, Faux Win Homestake Race at Teva Mountain Games

It must be the Vegemite or something else from Down Under. Whatever the reason, kayakers from the Southern Hemisphere are the first heroes at the Teva Mtn. Games, with Kiwi Sam Sutton winning for the men and Australia's Tanya Faux for the women at the Bud Light Lime Steep Creep Championship on Homestake Creek.

TEVA Mountain Games Announces 2010 Whitewater Events

The Teva Mountain Games are the nation’s largest celebration of mountain sport, lifestyle and music featuring top professional and amateur athletes from around the world. The environmentally-friendly adventure sporting event hosts approximately 2,000 adventure athletes, along with an estimated 40,000 spectators. Athletes converge on Vail’s mountains and rivers to compete in eight sports and 24 disciplines for over $100,000 in prize money. Events include kayaking, rafting, mountain biking, road cycling, World Cup Bouldering, amateur climbing, fly-fishing, trail and road running and stand up paddling.

Paddling Life Pro Invitational 2010

May 31, 2010 Steamboat Springs, Colorado Presented by the Steamboat Springs Chamber Resort Association. Sponsored by Steamboat In The Summertime, NRS, and Canoe & Kayak Magazine

PBR Event to Host National Rafting Champs!

We set out to learn about Idaho’s Payette Boise River Revival – a celebration of both the Payette and Boise River drainages. We ended up learning about the National Rafting Championships, the Boise Whitewater Park, beer and padding your pants for the ladies. Uh…thanks but that was a little too much information. We didn’t edit anything out so you, the reader, can come away with the same weird feeling we did after talking to organizers Sam Goff and Bill Driscoll.

2007 US Surf Ski Champs Coming to San Fran Sept. 29-30

Who says Barry Bonds is stealing all the limelight in San Francisco? While the slugger recently beat Hank Aaron’s homerun mark at home for the Giants, organizers of the 2007 U.S. Surf Ski Championships are anticipating a homerun of their own when the 2007 US Surf Ski Champs come to San Francisco Sept. 29-30. Our pick: Oscar Chalupsky, with epic Kayaks business partner Greg Barton a close second...

Swell Love at the Santa Cruz Surf Kayak Festival

Epic conditions make for epic competitions and the infamous Steamer Lane surf break in Santa Cruz, California provided six-foot glassy waves all weekend at the Santa Cruz Surf Kayak Festival March 16-18th.

PaddleFest Comes to Buena Vista, CO May 18-20

Whitewater enthusiasts will descend upon the Upper Arkansas River May 18 – 20 for a huge kickoff party to celebrate the start of the summer whitewater boating season...

Paddling Events 2017

January 15-18 Paddle Florida along Peace River, February 21-23 Golden Gate Sea Kayak Symposium; San Francisco, CA March 6-8 Canoecopia; Madison, MI,, 1-800-472-3353 13-15 Alabama Games 20-22 Jersey Paddler...

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