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Paddle Australia Appoints High-Profile International Shaun Caven As National Paracanoe Coach

Paddle Australia is excited to announce the appointment of Shaun Caven to the position of National Paracanoe Coach.   The position will be responsible for leading and...

Position Vacant: National Paracanoe Coach

Position Title: National Paracanoe Coach Employer: Paddle Australia Work Type: Full Time Salary: Structured to attract high quality candidates Location: National Center of Excellence, QLD, Australia Contract Period: Until November 30, 2020 (or to be...

McGrath Makes It Eight World Championship Titles

McGrath Makes It Eight World Championship Titles With Two Years To Go To Tokyo 2020 Another gold medal for Curtis McGrath (QLD) has been the...

McGrath Clocks Up World Title Number Seven In Portugal

Curtis McGrath put aside a disrupted 2018 season to pick up his seventh world title in a tough KL2 final at the World Paracanoe...

Silver Comeback For Amanda Reynolds

A silver medal to Amanda Reynolds capped off a strong day for the Paddle Australia team at the 2018 ICF Paracanoe and Canoe Sprint...

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