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Frankie Hubbard, 1961-2003

The whitewater community worldwide, especially open canoeists, lost a beloved and influential friend this spring. Frankie Hubbard, paddler, competitor, and boat designer, died May...
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1985 Mulberry Fork Hot Dog Contest

Mulberry Fork Race 1985 Hot Dog Contest. This was always held after the race and was a lot of fun for both paddlers and...

America’s Deliverance

Scott Strausbaugh and Joe Jacobi gave U.S. paddlers their first Whitewater gold in history As in Paddling a Canoe, there are two sides to consider...

Whitewater Legend Roger Paris

Few adventurers have been as present in mountain culture over the past sixty years as Roger Paris (Ro zhe' Pair ree). His life reads...

The hammer nails the Nantahala

Eric (Hammer) Evans was a legend in kayaking several slalom titles ago. Now he has won his ninth championship Since walrus hunting by kayak has...

Friends, family remember Bryson City Olympian

Adam Clawson of Bryson City spent some of his best days on the water. At 8 years old, he tied a rope around the...

Paddling Provocateur Corran Addison

Corran Addison has mellowed. Or perhaps matured. Maybe he’s just learned to censor himself. Or maybe the 40-year-old’s new restraint is a thin veneer, and...
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The Canoe

“If it is love that binds people to places in this nation of rivers and in this river of nations then one enduring expression...

Heroes: The Jacksons

You’ve probably heard of Eric “E.J.” Jackson: International Whitewater Hall of Famer, Olympian, four-time reigning World Freestyle champ, at 45 still arguably the best...

Anton Prijon (1929 – 2016)

It is with great sorrow that we inform you of the passing of Anton Prijon, world champion and world famous boat manufacturer. Toni Prijon was...