Canoe Racing New Zealand

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Kia ora my paddling whanau!
I know nationals is coming up next week (EXCITING!) so I want to present the opportunity to purchase my Cinco as it can be delivered to nationals for easy collection.

My Cinco a.k.a Ribena is a large K1 in good condition as it's been well looked after. For the last two years she has been cooped up in the garage at home in Wellington barely being used. Ribena is still full of life so I thought she could be put to good use in someones else paddling journey. She is a SCS construction and comes with a boat bag for safe traveling.

$5000 for this beauty.
Direct message me if you are interested, have any questions or want more photos.
Did anyone pick-up a paddle at Blue Lakes? Jantex Gamma L with green shaft tape and stickers on each blade - a white hook and three triangles.
HI there -the times from yesterday's 10km race in Karapiro don't seem to be up. There is a link on the website but it's not working. Thanks
Hey
Could you possibly assist me I have two Vajda Carbon K1’s they are Marathon construction and I would like to sell them both, could you tell me where I should advertise these is there any particular forum that would be best to reach out to other paddlers
I did send you a PM but unfortunately I don’t think you’ve had a chance to reply
Cheers
New Nelo Sete for Sale. On its way to NZ now. One only.
Kiwi Danielle Mckenzie took on the world and won at the ICF Ocean Racing World Championships in France last week... Self funding her trip, using a borrowed surfski to train, intending to learn by following the other athletes, she found herself out front and blew the world away...

Here's a race report with the tactics, insights and the back stories from the 2019 ICF Canoe Ocean Racing World Championships​... What a "bloody awesome" race!

VAJDA sprint kayaks shipping to NZ this October 2019 (skis and slalom boats also available). If you're interested in placing an order please get in contact ASAP.
Construction options (K1 prices)
Marathon $6090
River $3570
Elite $6090
World cup $5200
Sport $4200
Club $3570
Have a chat to ANDY FULLER 021898942
Club quotes available. [email protected]
Improve your paddling with an inexpensive homemade ergometer. You can see video of it in action at https://diypaddleergometers.wixsite.com/build. You will also have the option of buying detailed plans for $8 Cdn. ($6 U.S.). It’s a great way to own a very functional and affordable piece of training equipment. Being out on the water is always best, but an erg can help with conditioning and technique on the days you can't get out.
VAJDA sprint kayaks shipping to NZ this Winter (skis and slalom boats also available). If you're interested in placing an order please get in contact ASAP.
Construction options (K1 prices)
Marathon $6090
River $3570
Elite $6090
World cup $5200
Sport $4200
Club $3570
Have a chat to ANDY FULLER 021898942
Club quotes available. [email protected]
Hi. Will the results of the final event yesterday (5km) be up soon? Thanks.
I successfully built a homemade paddle ergometer after looking at the price of new ones. You can see video of it in action at https://diypaddleergometers.wixsite.com/build, that gives you a good idea of how it works. For those that want step by step instructions, you will also have the option of buying detailed plans for $9 Cdn. ($7 U.S.). It’s a great way to own a very functional and affordable piece of training equipment. Being out on the water is always best, but an erg can help with conditioning and technique on the days you can't get out.
Wish we were there to cheer you on. We will be in spirit Benny xx

CRNZ was established to promote, advance and manage the canoeing disciplines of:
- Flat Water Sprint Racing
- Marathon Racing
- Ocean Ski Racing

CRNZ is affiliated to the International Canoe Federation and the New Zealand Olympic Committee through its membership with the New Zealand Canoe Federation.

Operating as usual

Photos from Canoe Racing New Zealand's post 15/09/2021

The 2021 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships begin in Copenhagen tomorrow and there are three proud kiwis flying the flag- Aimee Fisher in the WK1 500, Taris Harker in the MK1 200 and
Quaid Thompson in the MK1 1000.
You can watch the event live on youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SD6hEfRdbUQ
Quaid kicks it off in heat #2 at 8.27pm NZT on Thursday 16th.
Taris paddles in Heat #4 at 7.25pm NZT on Friday 17th, closely followed by Aimee in her heat #1 at 7.45pm on Friday.
Go well guys!

CRNZ National Performance Assessment - October 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 10/09/2021

CRNZ National Performance Assessment - October 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

Canoe Racing NZ is planning the National Performance Assessment (NPA) on the 7th and 8th October 2021 at the HPTC in Karapiro.
The assessment will comprise a number of on-water and off-water assessments.
The NPA is an important part of the CRNZ performance program and is open to CRNZ Paddle ID, Performance Development, High Performance program athletes and to athletes who are invited by CRNZ based on an application process.

Full details regarding assessments and application process can be found here
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/crnz-national-performance-assessment-october-2021/

CRNZ National Performance Assessment - October 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

CRNZ Event update- September 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 09/09/2021

CRNZ Event update- September 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

Event Update:
Due to the uncertainty we are facing with Covid levels we have made the following decisions regarding the upcoming CRNZ events.

Kayak Krazy 10km National Championships will be rescheduled to Saturday 6th November.

Blue Lake 1 will remain at its current date of 16-17 October.
We will run the event if most of the country is at level 1. A decision about whether Auckland can attend will be made closer to the time based on levels in the region

South Island Canoe Sprint Championships will remain at its current date of 2-3 October

Further details can be found here
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/crnz-event-update-september-2021/

CRNZ Event update- September 2021 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

Photos from Canoe Racing New Zealand's post 08/09/2021

Scott Martlew is back in NZ and offers his reflections on the Tokyo Paralympics following his strong 4th place in the KL2 and A Final showing in the Va’a (waka ama):

“I was proud of my journey to get there and proud of giving it my all. I have mixed feelings about the result, but that’s sport. I left it all out on the water and don’t think I could’ve done anything more on the day.

“MIQ will offer time for reflection and to look back on the journey. We’ll be looking at that and putting together a plan for the upcoming season and through to Paris.”

Paddling at Delta level 2 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 06/09/2021

Paddling at Delta level 2 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

At midnight tonight, everywhere in NZ except Auckland will drop down into Alert Level 2, which will be a huge relief to everyone. At level 2, you can do your usual sport and recreation activities, if you can do them safely, so there will be much more freedom to paddle normally.

There are still restrictions, which will be tighter than previously due to the increased transmissibility of the Delta variant. It is important that all paddlers and clubs adhere to these restrictions so all of NZ can get back to L1.

Paddling at Delta level 2:

You may paddle with other people outside of your bubble. Try to maintain social distancing of 2m and someone should keep a record of the people you’re with.

Club paddling, training and events are able to resume.
-These must be limited to 100 people outdoors, or 50 people indoors. The 100-person limit includes paddlers and spectators. Officials are not included in the limit.
-At events and gatherings, ensure everyone records their presence via the NZ Covid Tracer App or manual record keeping. This is a requirement.
-Travel between regions is allowed at level 2 but not, of course, to Auckland.
-Ensure good washing of shared equipment.


You must wear a mask/face covering inside public venues such as clubs, apart from to eat and drink. Social distancing of 2metres must be maintained indoors.


When paddling, consider being extra safety conscious and risk averse.
-Try to paddle with a buddy.
-Tell someone where you are going and when you will be back.
-Wear a PFD, take a phone and other safety equipment such as a flare/EPIRB.
-Paddle within your limits, considering conditions, route and equipment.


Follow safe hygiene practices
-Regular cleaning of facilities and common use surfaces eg doorknobs to storage facilities.
-Regular washing and drying of hands. Ensure there is plenty of sanitising/hand washing facilities at venues.
-Do not go out if you are feeling unwell or experiencing symptoms of Covid 19.


Auckland remains at Alert Level 4, where paddling is not allowed.

There are a few upcoming CRNZ events such as 10km National Championships and Blue Lakes 1. Discussions are currently being held and decisions regarding these events will be announced shortly.

Stay safe and have fun!
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/paddling-at-delta-level-2/

Paddling at Delta level 2 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

05/09/2021

Balance is Better webinar series
While you have a little more time at home, why not look at spending it hearing from some renowned experts in Sport NZ's special webinar series which looks to discuss the elements of creating a great sporting environment for young people. The series is made up of five webinars, all aimed at different areas of sport - so whether you’re a coach, administrator or parent, you’ll be able to take some useful tips and tricks to make sure you’re ready to go when the sporting landscape opens up again.
Check out the topics
https://balanceisbetter.org.nz/bib-webinars/?utm_source=Balance+is+Better&utm_campaign=d92429809d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_13_10_20_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e66cbce632-d92429809d-408776549

Balance is Better webinar series
While you have a little more time at home, why not look at spending it hearing from some renowned experts in Sport NZ's special webinar series which looks to discuss the elements of creating a great sporting environment for young people. The series is made up of five webinars, all aimed at different areas of sport - so whether you’re a coach, administrator or parent, you’ll be able to take some useful tips and tricks to make sure you’re ready to go when the sporting landscape opens up again.
Check out the topics
https://balanceisbetter.org.nz/bib-webinars/?utm_source=Balance+is+Better&utm_campaign=d92429809d-EMAIL_CAMPAIGN_13_10_20_COPY_01&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_e66cbce632-d92429809d-408776549

Photos from Canoe Racing New Zealand's post 05/09/2021

Paralympic debutant Corbin Hart has had a moment to reflect on his Tokyo experience and shared his thoughts with us: “I learned more here in the last two days than I learned in my whole schooling career. It’s been wicked, surreal, unbelievable - all the things. It’s been tough, but awesome being here with Scott and Leigh.

“I look forward to the future with my training partner Aimee and Gav (Elmiger)…. Massive shoutout to Aimee and the work she’s put in with me over the last year. She’s been there for me while I’ve been over here so I’m looking forward to supporting her when she races Worlds in a couple of weeks.”

Paralympic Round-up - Strong Performances by Scott and Corbin | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 04/09/2021

Paralympic Round-up - Strong Performances by Scott and Corbin | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

Today was the final day of the 2020 Paralympics, where New Zealand was proudly represented Scott Martlew and Corbin Hart. Both performed strongly, finishing 4th and 13th in their respective kayaking events. Scott then lined up in the Va’a VL3 event, making the A Final and finishing 8th. Huge congrats to both paddlers, and all their teams, friends and families. Read all about it in our Paralympic wrap-up. https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/paralympic-round-up-strong-performances-by-scott-and-corbin/

Paralympic Round-up - Strong Performances by Scott and Corbin | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

03/09/2021

The 2021 ICF Junior and U23 World Championships begin in Portugal this evening (NZT). Due to Covid restrictions, there is only one Kiwi paddler competing, Quaid Thompson. His K1 1000m heat is at 9.44pm tonight- you can watch the live stream here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmpAqtl9KkA

The 2021 ICF Junior and U23 World Championships begin in Portugal this evening (NZT). Due to Covid restrictions, there is only one Kiwi paddler competing, Quaid Thompson. His K1 1000m heat is at 9.44pm tonight- you can watch the live stream here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KmpAqtl9KkA

03/09/2021

Impressive effort by Corbin Hart at his first Paralympic games, in just his second international event (his first was when he qualified his spot back in May). It has been a spectacular and whirlwind journey for Corbin, who first sat in a kayak just over a year ago. What an achievement!

Impressive effort by Corbin Hart at his first Paralympic games, in just his second international event (his first was when he qualified his spot back in May). It has been a spectacular and whirlwind journey for Corbin, who first sat in a kayak just over a year ago. What an achievement!

03/09/2021

Scott Martlew finishes 4th in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL2 event at the 2020 Paralympics. Awesome effort Scott Martlew - Athlete.

Paralympics New Zealand

Scott Martlew finishes 4th in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL2 event at the 2020 Paralympics. Awesome effort Scott Martlew - Athlete.

Paralympics New Zealand

Photos from Canoe Racing New Zealand's post 03/09/2021

It may have been raining in Tokyo yesterday, but that didn't stop our men from firing 🚀🚀. Here are a few shots of our kiwi men in action on the Sea Forest Waterway...

02/09/2021

It's finals day for our kayakers at the Paralympics in Tokyo. Corbin Hart and Scott Martlew - Athlete are back in action today.
Catch all the action on TVNZ DUKE (Freeview Channel 13 and Sky Channel 23). Coverage will also be live streamed through TVNZ OnDemand.

Paralympics New Zealand

It's finals day for our kayakers at the Paralympics in Tokyo. Corbin Hart and Scott Martlew - Athlete are back in action today.
Catch all the action on TVNZ DUKE (Freeview Channel 13 and Sky Channel 23). Coverage will also be live streamed through TVNZ OnDemand.

Paralympics New Zealand

01/09/2021

The Paracanoe event at 2020 Paralympics starts tomorrow and two New Zealanders will be getting wet at the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo. Corbin Hart is racing in his first paralympics in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL3, and Scott Martlew - Athlete will be racing in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL2 and the Men's Va'a Single 200m VL3, after debuting in Rio 2016.
Catch all the action on TVNZ DUKE (Freeview Channel 13 and Sky Channel 23). Coverage will also be live streamed through TVNZ OnDemand.
Go hard lads 💪💪

Paralympics New Zealand The NZ Team

The Paracanoe event at 2020 Paralympics starts tomorrow and two New Zealanders will be getting wet at the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo. Corbin Hart is racing in his first paralympics in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL3, and Scott Martlew - Athlete will be racing in the Men's Kayak Single 200m KL2 and the Men's Va'a Single 200m VL3, after debuting in Rio 2016.
Catch all the action on TVNZ DUKE (Freeview Channel 13 and Sky Channel 23). Coverage will also be live streamed through TVNZ OnDemand.
Go hard lads 💪💪

Paralympics New Zealand The NZ Team

Paddling at Covid Alert Level 3 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 31/08/2021

Paddling at Covid Alert Level 3 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

It is almost time to paddle!
From 11:59pm tonight, all areas south of Auckland will move to Alert Level 3, which means paddlers in these areas are able to get out on the water. However, there are some restrictions which are very important to follow, especially with the more transmissible delta variant.
Remember:
- Paddling must be done alone or within your bubble. You are able to take a short trip in your car to go paddling.
- Exercise caution to keep yourself safe and ensure you do not need to engage the assistance of others. Stay within 200m of shore, wear a personal flotation device (or at least take an airbag in kayaks), and ideally if paddling alone, take a member of your bubble along with you to keep an eye on you.
- Paddle well within your limits.
- Clubs must remain closed, this includes boat storage facilities.
- In-person coaching is not allowed.
- Wear a face covering before and after your paddle while out in public.
- Do not go if you are experiencing any symptoms of covid (Isolate and get a test.)

Enjoy getting back out there but please do so safely!
Aucklanders and Northlanders have to wait a bit longer until they can get wet- Kia kaha, stay strong.

https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/paddling-at-covid-alert-level-3/

Paddling at Covid Alert Level 3 | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

30/08/2021

We are not cancelling we are just moving dates!! New date set OCTOBER 3RD 2021.
Entries are open! Waka ama, Kayak, Surf ski, Paddleboard NZ'S Biggest multi-category paddle event.

Event will run, following Covid-19 restrictions. All event updates will be listed here.

Surf Life Saving New Zealand
Red Paddle Co
Sonic Surf Craft NZ
Canoe Racing New Zealand
Waikato Regional Council
Waipā District Council
Hamilton City Council
Stellar Kayaks
Viking Kayaks
wakaama

CRNZ Competition & Performance Coach Symposium rescheduled to November | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 30/08/2021

CRNZ Competition & Performance Coach Symposium rescheduled to November | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

The CRNZ Competition and Performance Coach Symposium has been rescheduled to 26-28 November.
Run in collaboration with High Performance Sport New Zealand, this symposium is open to any coach who is working or aspiring to work with competitive or performance athletes, and is an opportunity to connect the New Zealand coaching community to explore key insights for effective preparation of competitive athletes.
It is not too late to register and come along to the new date. Full details can be found on our website https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/crnz-performance-coach-symposium-rescheduled-to-november/

CRNZ Competition & Performance Coach Symposium rescheduled to November | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

29/08/2021

Unfortunately, the Poor Knights Crossing 2021 has been canceled. Thanks to Race director Tim Eves for his efforts in trying to make this happen and we are gutted that this race has been affected by Covid for the 2nd year in a row. All entrants should have received an email regarding refunds. Heads up whanau...we'll be back out on the ocean blue soon.

25/08/2021

"The psychological benefit of sitting on the start line knowing that no stone had been left unturned can create calm in moments of intense pressure.”
In a game of milliseconds, "Project 0.5" was the result of a challenge- What else can we do to find that 0.5% improvement? This was a collaborative innovation and technology project over two years, designed to ensure that when our kayakers lined up in Tokyo, everything possible- from boat fittings and surface finish to what they were wearing- had been done to help them excel.
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/the-story-of-project-0-5-the-innovation-project-behind-our-paddlers-performances-in-tokyo/

High Performance Sport New Zealand

"The psychological benefit of sitting on the start line knowing that no stone had been left unturned can create calm in moments of intense pressure.”
In a game of milliseconds, "Project 0.5" was the result of a challenge- What else can we do to find that 0.5% improvement? This was a collaborative innovation and technology project over two years, designed to ensure that when our kayakers lined up in Tokyo, everything possible- from boat fittings and surface finish to what they were wearing- had been done to help them excel.
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/the-story-of-project-0-5-the-innovation-project-behind-our-paddlers-performances-in-tokyo/

High Performance Sport New Zealand

Vera selects her favourite Tokyo 2020 photographs | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon 24/08/2021

Vera selects her favourite Tokyo 2020 photographs | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon

To celebrate that all our athletes and coaches are free from MIQ today (into a nationwide lockdown *cough* sorry), our olympic photographer Vera has selected her top 5 favourite images from Tokyo 2020 and explains why.
https://www.canoeracing.org.nz/vera-selects-her-favourite-tokyo-2020-photographs/
Do you have a favourite olympic photo or moment? Let us know...

Vera selects her favourite Tokyo 2020 photographs | CRNZ | Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon Canoe Sprint, Surf Ski & Marathon. Canoe Sprint Racing is one of the best-known competitive canoeing disciplines in NZ.

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