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Cumec Magazine Issue #19 Cover - Spring 2013

The Spring 2013 Issue of Cumec Magazine is now available across Australia and New Zealand. Subscribers copies should have shown up in mailboxes from early this week and our paddling store partners will have copies available too. Bookstores and Newsagents copies will be available over the next week across New Zealand.

We'll also be launching a Digital version for tablet/smartphone in the next fortnight for those who want to read on the move. Stay tuned for this announcement.

If you want to get a copy delivered then subscribing to the best kayak magazine in Australasia is easy and you can do it right now: Subscribe to Cumec Magazine now.

and remember we've still got back-issues of Cumec on sale - Buy Cumec Magazine back issues now.

We would also like to thank all the stores, importers and manufacturers who supported this issue: go out and support the local businesses who are supporting the development of kayaking downunder.

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Twelve Questions is back from a wee rest period while we got a new issue of Cumec Magazine edited, designed, and printed. We're now swinging into action with another round of Twelve Questions; starting with Team Horizonline Canoes paddler Jonathan Davis from Sydney, Australia.

Who are you?
Jonathan Davis, 24 years old and Australian. A former slalom paddler turned river lover (creeking & raft guiding).
Jonathan Davis - Kayaking in North Queensland

Herbert River, Far North Queensland. Photo by: Sean McManamy


Sophia Mulder - Twelve Questions - Cumec Magazine

In the third installment of our 'Twelve Questions' we tracked down Sophia Mulder to learn a little bit more about the lass from the deep south turned NZ Kayak School Instructor, Citroen Race Champion, and Buller Festival 2013 event organiser.


Rory Allardice has just put up this outstanding video of some Otago Rivers. It's one of the best edits that I've seen of local river in a very long time. It's very much worth the watch and showcases Cumec's own backyard run the Manuherikia at a variety of flows.

Jo McWilliam on the Seven Teacups in Chile. Photo Garth Low

Round two of our new online interview series that we're running called 'Twelve Questions' sees Wellington based architect and keen paddling enthusiast Jo McWilliam (nee Dovey) answer our set of questions.