Skookumchuck is a one of a kind gem. It is one of the few tidal waves, which means it is formed upon the incoming tides, and only lasts for a couple hours before the tide goes back out. Skook is one of the most perfect waves you could ever find, its glassy face, smooth double
Gore Canyon is one of Colorado’s more famous runs, with big water, class 5 rapids and now a play park? It almost doesn’t sounds like the previous sentence makes sense, but you read it right, the famous Gore Canyon is now also home to a great play park at the pump house takeout. It has
It all started with an email from some guy I have never met, inviting me to come to China for a Red Bull Kayak event. Naturally I was intrigued with this mysterious event in a far away land, so I accepted his invitation. Now traveling to China to go compete in a Kayak event isn’t
Emily’s Top Ten Gear Picks for Uganda!
Going paddling in a warm weather climate? Or just thinking about spring paddling that is soon to be here? My recent trip to Uganda reminded me of a few things I simply cant live without. (okay maybe I could live, but my trip or paddling wouldn’t be the same
Most of my kayaking friends live in the North, so I never really have gotten a chance to paddle in the south. I have had my eyes on Columbus, GA for a while now, and I finally had a chance to try it last weekend.
My first day there, I got to meet up with some
The Zambezi has been on my list of top three rivers in the world for the past decade, even though I had only been there in 2006. It was finally time to go back and experience this amazing river again. As we arrived a flood of memories started to come back to me, I remember the
2014 has been a year of epic proportions. I was able to travel the world, visiting 12 countries in 12 months, I competed all over in both freestyle and creek races with 23 podium finishes including National Champion and Pan American Champion, and my son Tucker turned 1. It has been a year filled with big
Road to the World Championships- A Team JK Blog
Competing in the World Freestyle Kayak Championships is the dream of many kayakers. It is a long road with many obstacles for most to get there, especially in the pro classes, and even for some, in the junior classes.
This blog will have articles from a variety
I recently got the chance to go down to Georgia and spend a week at one of my absolute favorite places, Columbus, GA, on the Chattahoochee River. I also got the chance to show this awesome place to my best friend, Sage Donnelly, as well as good friend Peter Holcombe. Let me tell you exactly
I was really excited about the idea of being invited to the Hurley Classic. I have always wanted to surf and compete at the Hurley wave since I was 14 and first saw photos of the wave. I also have never been to England and was excited to check out a new location.
Aaron and Rhona