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May 30

Slalom Canoeist Joe Clarke’s Olympic Training Regime

Joe Clarke, 23, is part of Team GB in the K1 (kayak single) Slalom Canoeist category – and after just three years on the senior team he’s already bagged his spot for Rio.
May 30

McGregor wins Molokai Challenge

The race for the overall singles title quickly turned into a five boat affair with the South African trio dicing with Australian defending champ Cory Hill and his compatriot Clint Robinson, each seeking their own lines across the channel that was offering no swell, runs or downwind
May 30

Death Race 2016

In one of the most brutal ocean races, when a flat sea means extreme, three South Africans made history in Hawaii in the gruelling 53km Maui Jim Molokai
May 30

McGregor scoops hat trick as South Africans dominate Molokai Challenge

Molokai – Hank McGregor won his third title in the Maui Jim Molokai Challenge on Sunday, leading home fellow South African paddlers Sean Rice and Jasper Mocké in the gruelling 53km crossing between the islands of Molokai and Oahu raced in brutal flat conditions.
May 30

Bronze for Kiwis

The Olympic medal-winning potential of the New Zealand women’s K4 kayak crew continues to bloom. Jaimee Lovett, Aimee Fisher, Caitlin Ryan and Kayla Imrie won bronze in the K4 500m final at the canoe sprint World Cup II in Racice, Czech Republic, on Sunday night (NZ time).

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