“Flow” is a state of mind – achieved when athletes feel completely engaged in their performance, lose their perception of time, concentrate on the moment (without distraction or dilution), and, perform at extremely high levels.
Essentially, these are the moments in sport that we as athletes, coaches, and…Continue
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Watertown, NY - Police arrive on the scene to find Chris "The General" Koll with an open container in one hand and a fistful of bottle…Continue
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I have had a thing for Canyonlands ever since I was a kid. I grew up in Salt Lake City and would take frequent trips to explore the deserts of Southern Utah with my family. I have great memories…Continue
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This past October, as hard as it was to leave the southeast in the fall (one of my favorite places at my favorite time) I decided to take a journey about as far away as possible. The trip was to Nepal and I was excited to see a totally new culture and new rivers with the backdrop of the world's highest mountains.Continue
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Your first time floating through the Grand Canyon can never be beat. Until, perhaps, you go again, shedding the comfort and ease of rafts and stuffing your home for 13 days into a kayak.
The first question I get asked...how do you fit a groover in a kayak?
Green Race! My most anticipated race is right around the corner, first racer at high noon this Saturday. The runs are in, the attainments done, the smack is being laid down, bets made, the list of what surrounds this race goes on and on. This year is a special one for me as its my first one back on my road to recovering from a herniated disc. It's been super fun to be a part of everything again and I can't wait to fire out of that start gate. But that's Saturday and this is…Continue
I'm just checking in from Canada, where levels are sick and the weather is beautiful.
I went down to the Black River in Watertown, NY this past weekend for a super fun day of racing and hanging out! The Black was the site for the first of the Whitewater King of New York race series, and I wanted to jump in and fire down some of those rapids with the local…Continue
Added by Chris Gragtmans on July 20, 2011 at 2:46pm — No Comments
For such a young event, the Sandy River Showdown certainly had its act together. It could have been the perfect weather, or the Mt Hood Community College film crew following the competitors around everywhere; either way, the event was a success.
Downriver races on Saturday attracted both World…Continue
Added by Susan Hollingsworth on May 4, 2011 at 12:57am — No Comments
With spring starting off well here in the southeast I figured now would be a good time to give you a little bit of East Coast paddling tour. These are some of my favorite areas to paddle on the East Coast and highlight some of the top destination…Continue
Added by Andrew Holcombe on March 11, 2011 at 4:00pm — No Comments
Paddlers to Travel from East to West, Racking up Points to be Champs
Year II Brings Two Times Last Year’s Event Lineup
Takoma Park, MD (February 17, 2011) USA Freestyle Kayaking has announced its lineup of whitewater freestyle competitions events comprising the 2011 USAFK Freestyle Point Series. Competitors will warm up at the Alabama Mountain Games in March and accumulate points to…Continue
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