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Aussies out in force on day one of Canoe Slalom World Championships

All four Aussies hit the rapids at the Bratislava Canoe Slalom Centre on day one of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships. The first discipline...

5 THINGS TO KNOW ABOUT THE 2021 ICF CANOE SLALOM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

The ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships are set to kick off in Europe and Paddle Australia have all the details on how you can...

Position Vacant – Executive Officer – Paddle Tasmania

Under the new United Paddling Management Workforce model, Paddle Australia is seeking applications for the role of Executive Officer - Paddle Tasmania. The Executive Officer...

Aussies impress at World Cup Final in Pau

Four Australians flew the flag at the World Cup Final in Pau this weekend, with personal bests broken and medals won. Tokyo Olympic champion Jessica...

Silver linings for Fox at World Cup Final

Jess Fox has finished the ICF World Cup season with a silver medal and second place overall in the women's C1 in Pau, France. The...

Fantastic Fox claims World Cup Crown

JESS FOX continues her golden year taking out the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup kayak final in France, also winning out the overall World...

Aussies back in action for ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup final in France

The race for the 2021 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup glory reaches its climax this weekend, with double points on offer at the World...

New AIS programs helping to Elevate women coaches

The Australian Institute of Sport (AIS) continues to prioritise the progress of women in Australian high performance sport, with 47 talented pathway coaches –...

Shaun Stephens to depart Paddle Australia

Paddle Australia regrets to announce that National Performance Director, Shaun Stephens, will leave the organisation on 8th October, having accepted a new role with...

Fox claims double gold at World Cup

Tokyo Olympic gold medalist Jessica Fox took her Games form to the whitewater of La Seu, Spain, on Sunday with a mesmerising ICF canoe...