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Archive for August 2016

Be a part of I Am Team GB this bank holiday weekend

With the Olympics now over, the Team GB athletes who have dedicated their lives to training and competing in the events, will hop about flights from Rio to London to return with their faces full of glory.     As they return home however, their journey is not yet over, as they prepare to take…

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Seal hops onto a woman’s kayak to play!

Kayaking provides an amazing adventure through the waters on a daily basis, however, this kayaking trip granted a woman and her friends a once in a lifetime chance to experience an encounter with a very friendly seal!     Whilst out paddling with three of her friends in Vancouver, Karen Mikado spotted a cute little…

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The kayak share – does it float your boat?

From yak fishing to kayak-pooling we’ve heard it all, but we really do think that this next creation is a winning ideal, the kayak share, letting you take a trip as short or long as you like with stops for you to return your kayak along the way!     The idea for this creation…

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Learning the basics of paddling

A vital element of leaning to canoe is learning how to paddle correctly and effectively. There are three basic stokes to master, and here we will divulge into how to perform each stroke and a few handy tips on how to better your performance in the water:     Forward Stroke This is the most…

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How to recover a capsized kayak to the upright position

It is vital to learn the basics of kayaking to ensure that you are ready to take on your next challenge, and learning how to recover from a capsized kayak is one of them. Although you are most likely wanting to avoid capsizing, it is inevitable that it will happen, and practicing your recovery in…

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One man to attempt paddling the longest canal in the world

One brave young man is hoping to kayak the world’s longest canal in one insane 1,110-mile challenge in China, aiming to raise money for young people with Muscular Dystrophy whilst making an attempt for record breaking time!     The man who is taking on this mission is Hugo Metcalfe, a 29-year old student who…

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Getting outdoors is good for your health!

A recent study carried out at the Anglia Ruskin University in Cambridge has shown a strong link between those who spend more time in the outdoors and good mental health and sense of overall well-being. Viren Swami, the lead professor of social psychology in this study, conducted the research on a group of 200 men…

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36-days of battling the elements in the comfort of a kayak

We often report on crazy kayaking challenges, where people are raising money for worthy causes, battling the elements as they conquer bigger and bigger challenges, and this next challenge certainly lives up to the mark with 36 days of intense weather conditions as two men make their way from Happy Valley-Goose Bay to Nain, Canada!…

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Overcoming the challenges of disabilities in a kayaking mission

Having overcome many of the challenges that come with a disability, Ben Bostock will be taking part in a new physically demanding challenge, kayaking around the Welsh coastline on a fundraising mission.     Having suffered with Cerebral Palsy for all of his life, Ben’s coordination has been affected, however, he says that in the…

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