Race Results

WRC Results: 
Sprint; H2H; Slalom: U19/U23/Masters; Open;  Downriver; Overall

EC 2016 Final Results:
R4 WomenR4 MenR6 Men; R6 Women

EC Italy
Results; Photos: SlalomH2H/SP, DR
WC Yushu, China
Results; Photos: -1-; Videos: -1-; NED OW
EC Struma, Bulgaria
Results

 

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Refreshed NED U23 Men’s team coming to Al Ain

We are one step away from the beginning of the WRC competition, and we present to you once again the unusual combination in the U23 Men’s team from Holland, that are coming to the WRC, a mixed team.

Forward Motion has long been present on the rafting scene (team-forward-motion-likes-sports-rafting), . . . → continue reading . . . Refreshed NED U23 Men’s team coming to Al Ain

New Generation – Germany’s U19 Men’s team

The feeling of going to a WRC competition out weighs the feeling of going to any other competition; and Jonas Hegge, Noah Brauneis, Noah Hegge, Sebastian Bundt  with the help of the one and only Coach: Peter Micheler, will have the honour to compete under the German flag in . . . → continue reading . . . New Generation – Germany’s U19 Men’s team

Italy’s Open Women ready to fly!

Caroline Louise Goodall, Marianna Tedeschi, Elena Bragastini, Jasmine Zurlini Frugis and Alessandra Massimino are members of the Italian Open Women team that will participate at the R4 World Rafting Championship in Al Ain, UAE. This team is already well-known and we’ve looked at these cheerful and smiling faces at several . . . → continue reading . . . Italy’s Open Women ready to fly!

Anti-doping testing to be done at WRC

A reminder that samples will be taken for dope testing at this year’s World Rafting Champs, as it has been for the past two WRC.

Clarity of the meaning of “in-competition” as opposed to “out-of-competition”:

There have been some questions as far as what “in-competition” is and “out-of-competition”. So here are some explanations:

From . . . → continue reading . . . Anti-doping testing to be done at WRC

Saint Petersburg’s U23 Women on their way to the WRC

When I attended the Russian national competition on the Katun River at the end of August, I had the opportunity to see how hard the competition is that these young girls race in, and how strong the competition is against which they have to fight to represent Russia. But Fomina Polina . . . → continue reading . . . Saint Petersburg’s U23 Women on their way to the WRC

How to follow the 2016 World Rafting Champs

There are a number of places and ways you can follow what is happening at the World Rafting Champs 2016 at Wadi Adventures, Al Ain in the UAE, which are running from the 31st Oct to the 5th Nov:

The hashtag to use is:  #irfwrc Live blog  . . . → continue reading . . . How to follow the 2016 World Rafting Champs

Real female role models – USA Open Women’s team

I know how much effort it takes to get a team to the IRF World Rafting Champs. So, Bre Rocksund (Captain) – Back Right, Julie Sutton – Back or Front Left, Rachel Day – Front Right, Meghan Robertson – Front Left, and Mia Carrasco-Songer . . . → continue reading . . . Real female role models – USA Open Women’s team

Germany back on the World rafting stage!

Germany has missed the last couple of WRC competitions, but now they are back and determined, with a new, young force that we will see at this year’s World Rafting Champs. The new Open Men’s squad includes Ludwig Wöhrl, Fabian Bär, Siegfried Beier, Jonas Hegge and Sebastian Bundt who . . . → continue reading . . . Germany back on the World rafting stage!

World Cup 2016 Series finishes in Japan at the Pre-Worlds

There were three events in this year’s World Cup Series – Austria, China and the last, just finished, in Japan.

Japan Pre-Worlds and World Cup

As the event was quite close to the 2016 World Rafting Champs not many international teams were able to attend the Pre-Worlds this year. One team . . . → continue reading . . . World Cup 2016 Series finishes in Japan at the Pre-Worlds

GB Open Men ready to build on ERC success

The GBR Mens Rafting Team has a prolific history of athletes and is well respected on the European and World stages. The Team is made up of a group of passionate individuals, sharing their love for the sport, full dedication to training and desire to gain medals in the process.

The squad . . . → continue reading . . . GB Open Men ready to build on ERC success