An action-packed quiz night in aid of the Ngakau Toa Vaka junior paddlers generated $5400 for the team of 18 youth and three adults travelling to the Sunshine Coast next month.
Having more international races is on the cards for top female paddler Serena Hunter who has just competed at the pinnacle V1 rudderless event Te Aito Tahiti over the weekend.
Playful surf greeted paddlers on Wednesday afternoon for the fourth race of the annual Trader Jacks time trial series hosted by the Cook Islands Canoeing Association.
Cook Islands canoe slalom athlete Ella Nicholas is thrilled to be back on the 2012 Olympic Games slalom course to represent the country at the Canoe Slalom World Cup starting today.
Cook Islands sisters, medical students and slalom canoe athletes Ella and Jane Nicholas have touched down in London where they’ve acquired new canoes for the International Canoeing Federation slalom world cup.
Continuing the success of the largest annual sporting event the Vaka Eiva Festival is one of the main goals for newly appointed event coordinator Josh Goddard.