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Archive for June 2016

UK now has 1 million water sports enthusiasts!

Water sports have long been a popular option for those looking to keep fit and enjoy memorable adventures galore, but now a new research study carried out by The Watersports Participation Survey has confirmed there are a whopping 996,000 water sports enthusiasts in the UK!     The crux of the enthusiasts is made up…

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Extreme kayaker takes big plunge for PlayStation

Extreme kayaker Pedro Oliva has taken a big plunge for PlayStation, marking the release of the game ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’ and made his own uncharted adventure. Oliva opted to run the 82-feet-high Juruena Falls in the Amazon rainforest, a challenge he had previously walked away from.     ‘Uncharted 4: A Thief’s End’…

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Team of 6 make Paralympic canoe debut

A team of six canoers have qualified for the first ever ParalympicsGB canoe team for Rio 2016. This is the first time that canoeing has been included as a competitive sporting event in the Paralympics.     The long-awaited announcement was made yesterday as to who would make the Paralympic canoe team for Rio 2016…

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The history of kayaks

Kayaks have come a long way from their handcrafted origins to where they are today as an Olympic sport. Their history goes back several thousand years to the Inuit and Aleut tribes of Arctic North America.     The original kayak boats were made from either light driftwood, fallen tree trunks or animal skins stretched…

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Kayak fishing could be the way forward for anglers

Ditching traditional fishing boats, anglers in Fargo are giving ‘yak’ fishing a go, in other words, fishing out of a kayak.     One of the main men on board with this trend is angler Chris Carlisle, he says that fishing in a kayak allows you to be more in tune with nature, and causes…

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Canadian man tries ‘cannuting’ to work

Turning the traditional work commute upside down, a man from Sudbury, Canada, swaps out his traditional bike route for a canoeing adventure to his office job.     John Hall commutes, or ‘cannutes’, the one hour journey every day from his home to work. He said the idea came to him one winter, when he…

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