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Category Archive: Paddler Lifestyle Articles

Reports on what the Pyranha World Team has been up to

20
Jan

BALKAN RIVERS TOUR 5 | SAVA: BOHINJ TO BELGRADE

39 days. 4 countries. 1,000km of kayaking. 1 River. The Sava. April 24th – June 1st 2020.

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04
Dec

For the Children…

Educating and empowering our youth is one of the most meaningful things in life.

23
Oct

The Young Rippers of Balto Kayak Club

Balto Kayak Club, based in Wicklow, Ireland has been running now for 9 years, and we have a solid bunch of paddlers pushing their way onto more challenging rivers.

18
Oct

Summer Fun

2019 has been the best year in my short kayaking experience. I’m 14 and this year has been the one where I finally started to push myself to try new disciplines and develop my white water skills.

20
Sep

A Season in the USA: Part One

After spending the Winter in Sort doing some slalom and a few river-runs whenever they released some water, I was looking forward to paddling on some good whitewater in the US.

27
Aug

How To Name Your Kayak

Naming your kayak can be a fun, group-bonding exercise, and sets the tone for the time you and your kayak are going to spend together.

20
Aug

What is Team Long Hair Don’t Care?

Meet Team Long Hair Don’t Care, and learn a little more about them!

01
Jul

Fusion Duo | The Best Gift For Your Family

Multiple boats, wedging gear in awkward places, and uncomfortable paddling with screaming children crammed in the boat with you; these were all things I was dreading! That is until the Pyranha Fusion Duo came into our lives.

26
Mar

A Magical Night | Upano River, Ecuador

The Upano river is located in the south of Ecuador. It is a river that runs through a beautiful canyon with a thousand waterfalls called The Grand Canyon of the Upano. This is was one of the most beautiful canyons I have ever paddled, and during out stay in Ecuador, World Class Academy decided to …

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26
Mar

Festival “San Pedro Libre”, Chile, región de Los Ríos, comuna de Los Lagos

Starting at Riñihue Lake, the San Pedro River has everything from calm and crystal clear waters to strong rapids that will make you feel its power while you try to keep your kayak right side up.

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