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Andy Phillips

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Date registered: January 3, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Past few weeks in Norway — July 22, 2011
  2. Brandseth Down Hill — June 15, 2011
  3. Raundalen warm up — May 13, 2011
  4. Time to get fired up for the Teigdalen — May 4, 2011
  5. Shout out to Dinver — September 27, 2006

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Past few weeks in Norway

Hi all Well over the last few week here in Norway there has been the Voss extreme sports week, Valldal summer games and Sjoa Fest. It is a pretty cool time of year to be a kayaker in Norway there are always great rivers to run, someone to paddle with and drink beers with… The …

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Brandseth Down Hill

Hey all With Extreme sports week just round the couner in Voss, here is a little taste of the Brandseth down hill kayak course on an sunny day. Just to get fired up for race day. Enjoy Click Here


Raundalen warm up

Here is a little clip from my first trip on the Reimegend section or the Raundalselva this year. It was a little cold but well worth it as this section is full of none stop class 4 and a couple you will probably walk round. The Raundalselva is also under threat from Voss kommune wanting …

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Time to get fired up for the Teigdalen

We had loads of snow here in Voss over the winter and its all starting to melt. So thats can only mean one thing… Its time to start getting fired up and get ya huck on ! That can only mean one thing Teigdal… Here is a bunch of pictures from past trips to wet …

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Shout out to Dinver

I was in Ashvile on the east coast of the States last month for a friends wedding and I have been meaning to send a shout out an big thanks to Dinver McClure from Pyranha U.S, for helping me out with boats and showing me how to run the Green in true local style…. Cheers …

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Big Wednesday 06

So yeh its been the driest summer ever this year in Voss, but you can alway rely on that in September its gonna rain…. and it sure did !! With one good night of rain it was time to pull out a trusty steed from the quiver the Severn O and head to one of …

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