November 6, 2012
Posted by Sam Ward on Tuesday, November 06, 2012
February 8, 2012
Posted by Emily Wall on Wednesday, February 08, 2012
January 10, 2012
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Posted by Sam Ward on Tuesday, January 10, 2012
November 19, 2011
Love it Love it has updated it's calendar for the 2012 season and the dates are now on the website for the following packages:
Experience the White Nile, Uganda
Experience the Zambezi, Zambia
Experience the Rivers of Nepal
Experience Northern Thailand
Freestyle Development Camps
These dates are flexible. We will alter the length and start dates to suit your needs wherever possible, and arrange a completely new date if that's what you require. Drop us an email if the date you want is not there... firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by Emily Wall on Saturday, November 19, 2011
November 16, 2011
Looking for a Christmas gift for the kayaker in your life? Then why not buy them a coaching session?
Posted by Emily Wall on Wednesday, November 16, 2011
October 27, 2010
The men's team has seen a few changes this year with newly turned senior James Weight winning an event and multiple time team member Dicky Chrimes not entering. Going into the last league event at Hurley things can still change. Sam Anderson has done the maths and has posted where things currently stand on the SquareRock blog.
As Sam explains, this year's system for deciding the team is a different to the usual. It started back in May...
There’s 3 parts to it with your best result in 2 parts making up your overall score. Part 1 is the new British Championships League ranking which comes from paddlers best 2 results from 4 events (Tryweryn in May, Boulters in July, Nottingham in Oct and Hurley in Nov). Part 2 was the Twin Waves competition and Part 3 was the Tardis competition last weekend (23/24 Oct). The points given for each placing are: 1st 50, 2nd 47, 3rd 45, 4th 43, 5th 42, 6th 41, 7th 40, 8th 39…..
Full results of the both Saturday's and Sunday's events can now be seen on Alan Ward's blog: Liquid Projects
In the women's event, myself and Claire O'Hara won an event each securing our places on the team. Nicola Beeby and Jen Chrimes are currently tied for the 3rd spot. This year, 12-time team member, Fiona 'Flea' Jarvie, has decided retire from international competition. Flea has always been such a strong and positive member of the team and UK freestyle committee, things won't quite be the same without her!
On a personal level, I'm excited to be back on the team and am looking to another World Championships!
Posted by Emily Wall on Wednesday, October 27, 2010