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Lyons Outdoor Games Go Large

The tiny town of Lyons hosted the not-so-tiny-anymore Lyons Outdoor Games on the South St. Vrain River June 9-10, drawing competitors from around the country to an event fast making a name for itself in the world of river festivals...

New Nealy Book Out from Menasha

As eccentric and filled with thrashings as ever, a new Wiliam Nealy title is out to whittle away the hours on your next shuttle

The Paddling Life Pro Invitational

Combining impressive creek runs with big air freestyle performances, Stephen Wright and Australia's Tanya Faux took first place at this year's Paddling Life Pro Invitational in Steamboat Springs, Colo, pocketing the lion's share of the event's $2500 purse...

Teva Mountain Games Wrap-Up

Anybody for a Jackson sandwich? Eric Jackson continued his winning ways Saturday, taking first in the pro men’s freestyle event. He was closely paced by his 14-year-old son Dane who finished third just behind Stephen Wright. To top it off, Emily Jackson won the women’s freestyle event for the third year in a row.

Kincaid Reclaims Reno Crown

We’re not gamblin’ men, like those who frequent casinos, but if we were you can bet we’d put our money on Jay Kincaid in any event in his hometown of Reno, Nevada. The hometown hero won the inaugural Reno River Festival in 2004, lost to EJ (his current boss) in 2005 and 2006. But this time, after a disappointing finish at the Worlds, he was poised for a Royal Flush...

Teva Games Going Strong

In years past, competitors at the Teva Mountain Games’ Homestake Creek Race could have taken a leak (ladies included) above the course and tripled the run’s flow. In 2005, racers bounced down a paltry 25 cfs, leading to Tao and Jay Kincaid getting pinned, and in 2006 they made do with 50 cfs, which still scraped hulls and egos. This year, however, things promise to be different...

Boating Barometers

Each spring, two consumer events serve as annual barometers of the boating industry: Rutabaga’s Canoecopia, in Madison, Wis.; and The Jersey Paddler’s Paddlesport, to be held March 23-25 in Somerset, N.J. As the first such industry indicator, Canoecopia shows that we’re in good hands. Paddling Life went straight to the top to find out what trends to look for in the coming year...

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