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The famous Playak News Flash informs tens of thousands of paddlers around the world about the most popular paddling news each day. Playak editors
hand-pick the best headlines 24/7, and those that are viewed most by our readers are sent out in the News Flash.
Each Friday, we send out the Weekly Digest (instead of the daily News Flash), containing the top headlines of the past 7 days, as well as the most popular videos and forum topics, plus a
list of upcoming events.
Canoe Kayak (40 min. ago) -
The very first Canadian-hosted World Freestyle Championships was held on the Ottawa River in 1997 just upstream of Garb in the famed Horseshoe Hole where names like Whiting, Jackson, Addison and Benedict were launching into lefty cartwheel attacks on the hole.
ACA (2 hrs. ago) -
The ACA is proud to present the second Swiftwater Rescue Conference, October 9-11, 2015, on the Tuckaseegee River in North Carolina. read more...
Misc. (4 hrs. ago) -
It's not the smoothest sport, nor the most graceful.
At its most exciting moments, participants end up in kind of a slipping-on-a-banana-peel stance.
Yet for those who love it, whitewater stand-up paddleboarding -- or whitewater SUPing -- holds a powerful allure.
For some, it brings a big thrill with a little less risk.
That's why paddling instructor Jack Nelson switched from kayaking to whitewater SUPing.
"I took some scary swims (in a kayak) and just thought, 'I don't know, if I stay with this group of guys that I've grown in the sport with, am I going to be one of those statistics that dies on the river?' " said Nelson, 31, an American Canoe Association level 3 whitewater SUPing instructor who lives in Bristol, Tennessee.
Then, Nelson started stand-up paddling on cl... read more...
WatersEdge SUP (6 hrs. ago) -
Proper maintenance and care for your board is the key to ensuring its quality for as long as possible. Here are a few tips to keep your board looking and performing as new.
Am. Whitewater (7 hrs. ago) -
Snohomish PUD will be releasing flows from Culmback Dam on the Upper Sultan River on Saturday, September 12th, providing an opportunity for whitewater recreation. The flows are required under the hydropower project’s license to benefit the overall health of the river and aid the upstream migration of adult salmon. These flows have been required in recent years, and beginning in 2015, began to be scheduled on a weekend with advance notice to allow whitewater paddlers to take advantage of the opportunity. read more...
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