Cumec Magazine - Australia and New Zealands Kayaking Magazine

Canoe Slalom New Zealand LogoCanoe Slalom New Zealand (CSNZ) is the organisation that administers the Olympic sport of canoe slalom. It is their aim to foster and develop the sport to an extent where New Zealand has greater representation and success at world events such as the Olympic Games, World Championships and World Cup races. To achieve this they run training camps and races in both the North and South Islands. There are entry level courses and races for beginners to the sport that are aimed at learning basic skills in a fun and safe environment.

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Australian Canoeing Logo

Australian Canoeing (AC) is the National Organisation responsible for the management, coordination, development and promotion of paddle sports in Australia.


AC is committed to the provision of a high standard of competition, safety, and opportunity for participation in paddle sports in Australia.  AC aims to provide all members with fair competition, access to high standard facilities and equity in participation at all levels.

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NZ Freestyle and Extreme Kayaking Association LogoNZ Extreme Whitewater is officially known as the 'New Zealand Freestyle Kayak Association' and is the governing body over Freestyle and Extreme Kayaking in New Zealand.

The mission of NZ Extreme Whitewater on behalf of their members is “To promote and encourage all aspects of Freestyle and Extreme Kayaking in New Zealand for the future of the sport and its participants”.

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Whitewater New Zealand LogoWhitewater NZ is the national organisation representing recreational whitewater canoeing and kayaking in New Zealand. It has over 16 member clubs corresponding to around 800 active members. Our primary objective is expressed in our purpose (above) and our work is coordinated in four portfolios: Conservation, Access, Safety and Education.

Their purpose is to preserve New Zealand's whitewater resources and to enhance opportunities to enjoy them safely.

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