Robertson – The 54th edition of the popular Breede River Canoe Marathon will take place between Robertson and Swellendam on the weekend of the 3rd and 4th of September, and will decide the Western Cape K2 River Championship honours for
Pietermaritzburg – The buzz of anticipation ahead of the 2022 MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon stepped up a notch with the formal opening of race entries this week, offering athletes ready to commit to the race from 17 to 19 February
Cradock – Andy Birkett and Nicky Notten played a last minute master card to come from behind to win the Fish River Canoe Marathon on Saturday from Jasper Mocké and visiting French international Cyrille Carré. Mocké and Carré were the
Cradock – The 46km first stage of the 39th edition of the Fish River Canoe Marathon ended with both the men’s and women’s favourites finishing together, setting up a thrilling final stage of the iconic race on Saturday that is
Cradock – The appetite for the 2021 Fish River Canoe Marathon is evident in the stacked entry list of potential race winners for this year’s South African K2 River Marathon Championships starting on Friday at Grassridge Dam. After the event
Cradock – When the seeded women’s K2 batch gets under way on the first day of the Fish River Canoe Marathon on Friday morning 8 October, the title contenders will be keeping a close eye on the new crew of
As the world continues to reopen following the easing of Covid-19 pandemic lockdown, South Africa’s paddlers across a number of disciplines are preparing for a variety of world championship events over the next month and a half, for many marking a return to international competition after a year and a half.
Dusi Bridge – Defending champions Andy Birkett and Christie Mackenzie took full control of the MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon with juggernaut individual performances on day one on Thursday. Birkett raced flawlessly over the 42km from Camps Drift to Dusi Bridge,
As the second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic continues to strike communities and families across South Africa, the organisers of the popular annual FNB Drak Adventure Weekend have agreed to cancel the three sporting events and the music concert that made up the popular family weekend in Underberg.
As the nation prepares for this week’s announcement of further lockdown regulations to deal with the second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, Canoeing South Africa has moved pre-emptively to shift its major events by five weeks and reorganise its calendar of races to ensure full compliance with the battle against the coronavirus.