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Paralympic Medallists Ready For 2018 Paracanoe World Championships

Paralympic Medallists ready for 2018 Paracanoe World Championships With Two Years To Go To Tokyo 2020 Australia’s Rio 2016 Paralympic medallists will be in action...

Curtis McGrath shows his class at Paracanoe World Cup

Australian Paracanoe world champion and Paralympic gold medallist, Curtis McGrath, underlined his class with a second hard-fought win in as many days at the...

Paracanoe World Cup win for McGrath

MCGRATH SURVIVES SCARE TO POST PARACANOE WORLD CUP WIN Paralympic gold medallist Curtis McGrath admitted he was “unfit” after narrowly winning gold in the men’s...

Seipel digs deep to join Australian trio in paracanoe finals

Three-time World Champion Susan Seipel has overcome illness to join Australian teammates Curtis McGrath  and Dylan Littlehales in their respective finals at the ICF Paracanoe...

Small Australian Team prepare to put up big fight at Paracanoe World Cup

Australia is confident of a strong showing at this week’s ICF Paracanoe World Cup in Szeged, Hungary (18-19 May 2018), despite the late withdrawl...

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