Welcome back to Paddlecast. I was really excited to release a two-part episode with Annabel Anderson yesterday and today. We had a great chat last week -- I talked with Annabel for more than two hours about what she's been up to over the past couple of years and her thoughts on the sport in ge
“Paddler of the Decade” — Annabel Anderson and Connor Baxter were the best athletes of the past 10 years
I love analysing this sport. The athletes, the results, the events, the stats. But as I was staring at spreadsheets ranking the best paddlers of 2019, I found myself getting nostalgic and pondering the question: Who was the paddler of the decade? I was lucky enou
Good morning and welcome to your breakfast briefing for Thursday, November 1. In honour of Larry Cain's fifth-straight Chattajack crown last Saturday, today we're chatting winning streaks.
World Number One Takes Hiatus: Injured Annabel Anderson Withdraws from Carolina Cup; Rethinks Remainder of the Season
In an surprise announcement that will probably come as no surprise to those who know her best, world number one Annabel Anderson has revealed she won't be defending her Carolina Cup title this year, opening up the women's field at one of the biggest races in the world as the New Zealander takes an indefinite hiatus to recover from injury
Yesterday we looked at the fastest men on the water, now it's time to cap off the year with a look at the quickest ladies. It was a big year for women
Annabel Anderson and Connor Baxter have highlighted their respective world number one statuses here at today's 7th Annual Battle of the Bay in San Francisco, claiming this morning's race a