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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 (14 min. ago) -
PNW First Descents, the latest feature episode from Todd and Brendan Wells’ production company Mountain Mind Collective, shows the brothers back home, exploring the Pacific Northwest with the likes of Katrina Van Wijk, Kyle Hull, and Galen Volckhausen. read more...
Inflatable Kayaks & Packrafts (2 hrs. ago) -
As I predicted at the end of the IK Construction article a couple of years ago, before long someone was going to make a fully drop stitched IK. It seems Sea Eagle in the US have done just that with their single and forthcoming tandem Razorlite IKs, making a slick and lean pair of one-piece (non-envelope!) boats that, in the 4.73-m tandem form, might well be a contender for a very fast IK. read more...
Kokatat Blog (4 hrs. ago) -
The first all female team raced Robe Canyon of the Stillaguamish in the 2015 Robe Race. The Robe Race is 5 miles which includes a mandatory portage and stacked class V rapids, making it one of the longest creek races in the country. It is raced in teams of two for safety, and the average times rest around 30 minutes.
worldkayak blogs (6 hrs. ago) -
This year we kicked off the Wenatchee Valley race series with an awesome event on the lower Wenatchee River. Unfortunately, I had a wedding to attend on race day so Officials Nightbeast and Lubes took the helm on this one. read more...
SUPracer (8 hrs. ago) -
The Countdown to Idaho is on. In just under a month, a whole stack of the world's best paddlers will descend on the sleepy little hamlet of Cascade, Idaho, for a long weekend of festivities on and off the water. The Payette River Games has two simple new rules this year: No boards over 11 feet in length, and you’ve gotta race the same board all weekend.
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