Many of you may have been getting emails from someone called “Nada” and wondering who she is, especially as she asks so many questions! So we thought we’d turn the tables and interview HER for a change! So lets get you all familiar with her –
Team Serbia Women at WRC 2010
Nada . . . → continue reading . . . So who is Nada?
As mentioned, the IRF is holding a Guide Training & Education Conference for all its GTE Instructors and Assessors from the 19 to the 21 April in Großreifling, Austria. Then there is the annual White Water Rescue Race in the same location: 23 – 24 April followed by a Raft and Safety Craft certification Workshop: 25 . . . → continue reading . . . GTE Conference and Rescue Race – schedule and more …
There is to be a GT&E Conference aimed at getting as many Instructors and Assessors together in one place.
Key details you need to know now:
Dates: 19 – 21 April 2016 Location: Wildalpen, Austria
The Conference has been called for a number of reasons:
The recent rapid growth of the IRF . . . → continue reading . . . Calling all IRF GT&E Instructors and Assessors!!!
Blerina Ago, a 28 years old entrepreneur born and raised in the charming city of Berat in Albania, tells us how her life has been flowing between living in the city and exploring the Osumi canyons. She worked hard and dreamt big so that she can tell us her future plans, the Albanian Adventure Resort, . . . → continue reading . . . The Albanian Adventure Resort – Meet the mind behind the idea
The IRF has the great honour to present to you Milan Lovrenčič.
Milan’s first World Rafting Championship was the Camel White Water Challenge in 1997 on the Zambezi, where he was the reserve team member for the Bober (Beaver) team, Slovenia, who have been 6 times World Rafting Champions, a record that will probably never . . . → continue reading . . . Milan Lovrenčič, probably the most well known face in the IRF!
When passion for something is so big it clears all obstacles, find ways and persists, then it lasts. In our sport it is not easy for the passion to last; our sport is rough, difficult, dangerous, costly, but there are with us some people who have persisted so long that they have become recognizable . . . → continue reading . . . Famous rafting faces – Roberto Schifferle
On Sunday, 13 September, we received the sad news that Fernanda Caroline Cardias, a competitor in the Brazilian U23 and Open Women’s rafting team, died after major surgery to remove a tumour which was diagnosed only a few days before when she suddenly fainted. She was only 19.
Fernanda was a . . . → continue reading . . . RIP Fernanda
It is a great pleasure when a riverguide replaces paddle with pen for a moment and share with us his rich experiences which he gained on different continents doing this job. We love these books and so we are pleased to present this one.
If you look at the back cover of the . . . → continue reading . . . “Pushing Rubber Downhill” by Adam Piggott
If you want to reach rafters then the IRF website is the place to advertise!
With 50 plus country’s rafting organisations following our activities and nearly 20,000 people following us on Facebook we have a far and wide reach across the world.
Adverts can be placed on our website in the rolling . . . → continue reading . . . Advertise on the IRF website and newsletter!
“Believe us… We are ABLE to Enjoy Wet Adventure”
On Monday 29 June 2015, one of my lifetime dreams came true… “Rafting for People with Disabilities”…
For a long time I have been thinking that people with disabilities are able to participate and enjoy adventure activities. A disability cannot stop them from enjoying nature . . . → continue reading . . . Rafting for People with Disabilities in Iran