2008 California

Congratulations Team Canada for bring 15 medals back from Sacramento 2008 World Sprints! Congratulations Team Canada Master Women on your world record at Sacamento: Kamini Jain – False Creek Racing […]

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2006 New Zealand

2006 – 12th Annual World Sprints in Lake Karipiro, New Zealand * Bronze in Golden Master’s V1 500m – John Roberts, Calgary. * Bronze in the 500m V12 Golden Master […]

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Last Place Victory

Probably few people have ever been so pleased and proud of a last place finish. Two different paddling club staff enthusiastically responded to my email inquiry and encouraged me to […]

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Winter Paddling – Rio Style

Rob and Carmen – Pacific Reach On Dec 4th, after 22 hours of travelling, Rob, Carmen, Carrie, Richard, Leanne, Lucy, and Brian (our manager) from Pacific Reach arrived into Rio […]

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2005 World Master Games

World Masters Games has been a good experience and an international event. All that I was hoping for. The marathon races had attendees from Canada, USA, Denmark, Poland, Sweden, Russia, […]

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La Ruta Maya – 3 The Race

Colleen McCarthy – Jericho Race is over, we learned a ton, had a blast and don’t even hurt that much. Cytomax and handfuls of Ibuprofen may have had something to […]

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La Ruta Maya – 2

Colleen McCarthy- Jericho Hi everyone, thanks for all your good wishes for the race. We’re just on our way to catch the water taxi off Caye Calker, heading back to […]

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La Ruta Maya – Hi from Caye Caulker!

Colleen McCarthy – Jericho It’s day 6 in Belize, our 1 full day in Caye Caulker. Day 1 was all about travel. After our 4 airport red-eye flight, we landed […]

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Pouli ka mahina

Dave – Penticton Wednesday night, October 27th, PRCC held it’s 3rd annual ‘Full Moon Paddle’ on Skaha Lake. This is a special event that we look forward to every year, […]

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5 – Better late than never

Ok, I realise that probably the most important posting would have been the one immediately after the race, and that it is pretty late, but here’s an abbreviated rundown of […]

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4 – Molo chronicles

Likely a final posting, since we are off to Molokai in the morning, I’ll try to recap the last couple days, and guess at what’s in store for us in […]

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3 – New Updates From Molokai

Briac – FRCC Every practice ends with a similar scene: instead of heading down through the cannal towards the shed, each boat picks its own line through the reef trying […]

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