After much deliberation, and getting my butt kicked by just about everyone in Africa and now back here at Rock Island, it seems it is time to hang up the goal for world dominance in kayaking and just be a businessman.
While I am predisposed to get fat and become an alcoholic without the drive that
While I have been called a “holeboater” for many years, especially leading up to the Buseater World Championships- the reality is that I have easier access to waves and wave move locations than holes. Rock Island is a perfect example. The top wave, 3rd wave, and main hole is 80% wave
I got back from a great time in the USA on March 9th. Since then I’ve been catching up with family and friends, doing some work and getting back into paddling. After a few sessions in Sort we drove to Pau on the 19th and 20th of March fro the first French Cup of the
Emily’s Training Log #1 – Africa Training-Complete
We just got back from Training in Africa and my paddling crew consisted of Dad, Dane, Clay, Nick, Stephen and Jessie Stone. Now each one of these guys really know how to paddle and I felt like with every progression they progressed too… hard to catch up to the
The past couple weeks have been absolutely awesome. Boating has been incredible, with Worlds being earlier this year and the weather not being too harsh we have been getting on the water almost every day.
The boys were kind enough to build us backstage hole and that sparked a whole new excitement when getting on the