Advanced Kayaking and Canoeing

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Southwater, 2004 - Sports & Recreation - 128 pages
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This is a book for intermediate, proficient paddlers who wish to develop their skills to an advanced level. The book looks at increasingly difficult types of paddling: the fast and furious sport of white water and the sea, and extreme paddling, which refers to specialist discipline such as playing paddling, surking, and the competition scen

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Contents

Introduction
8
White Water Hydrology
14
White Water Equipment
21
Copyright

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About the author (2004)

Bill Mattos has been kayaking for over thirty years and has paddled all over the planet in pursuit of an ambition to kayak on every continent and in every ocean. Bill has worked as a professional kayaker, designer, writer, model, photographer and videographer as well as being involved in the business and marketing side of the kayaking industry.

ANDY MIDDLETON is Chief Executive of TYF No Limits, one of the UK's leading adventure and education businesses. He is a British Canoe Union Levels coach and experienced surfer, mountain biker and windsurfer.

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