natefry

Hometown Throwdown at the Muddy Rivers Festival 2016

natefry wrote 9 days ago:


Come join us during our 3rd Muddy Rivers Festival for your next Hometown Throwdown.  The Throwdown will be held at the take out at Spring Creek Kayak Camp, located at 2947 Spring Creek Rd., Cookeville, TN.  There will be free prizes given away for all participants in the Hometown Throwdown.



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saskia

Hometown Throwdown at the Muddy Rivers Festival 2016

saskia wrote 9 days ago:


Come join us during our 3rd Muddy Rivers Festival for your next Hometown Throwdown.  The Throwdown will be held at the take out at Spring Creek Kayak Camp, located at 2947 Spring Creek Rd., Cookeville, TN.  There will be free prizes given away for all participants in the Hometown Throwdown.



Categorized as:cookeville  •  festival  •  free-prizes  •  hometown  •  kayak-camp  •  located-at-2947  •  muddy  •  muddy-rivers  •  spring-creek  •  the-takecookeville  •  festival  •  free-prizes  •  hometown  •  kayak-camp  •  located-at-2947  •  muddy  •  muddy-rivers  •  spring-creek  •  the-takecookeville  •  festival  •  free-prizes  •  hometown  •  kayak-camp  •  located-at-2947  •  muddy  •  muddy-rivers  •  spring-creek  •  the-takecookeville  •  festival  •  free-prizes  •  hometown  •  kayak-camp  •  located-at-2947  •  muddy  •  muddy-rivers  •  spring-creek  •  the-take

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james

Hometown Throwdown at the Muddy Rivers Festival 2016

james wrote 9 days ago:


Come join us during our 3rd Muddy Rivers Festival for your next Hometown Throwdown.  The Throwdown will be held at the take out at Spring Creek Kayak Camp, located at 2947 Spring Creek Rd., Cookeville, TN.  There will be free prizes given away for all participants in the Hometown Throwdown.



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natefry

Hometown Throwdown at the Muddy Rivers Festival 2016

natefry wrote 9 days ago:


Come join us during our 3rd Muddy Rivers Festival for your next Hometown Throwdown.  The Throwdown will be held at the take out at Spring Creek Kayak Camp, located at 2947 Spring Creek Rd., Cookeville, TN.  There will be free prizes given away for all participants in the Hometown Throwdown.



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saskia

Low water blues

saskia wrote 132 days ago:


Well as Fall arrives things are bleak out in the Northwest. River are pretty low and only a few are runnable. So you could work on your rain dance until the rains come, or you can head to the pool for some Kayak Polo. Both Portland ( https://www.facebook.com/portland.kayakpolo?fref=ts ) and Hood River ( https://www.facebook.com/Hood-River-Kayak-Polo-163053185802/timeline/ ) have Kayak Polo programs.

Hood River and Portland differ somewhat in their approach. Portland follows the rules very closely and several of the players compete in National competitions (yep they take it seriously). However Hood River is more laid back. They play in whatever boat you show up in (creek, playboat, whatever), don’t keep score and socialize after the games. All equipment is provided except kayak, paddle and PFD.

Hood River kayak polo starts Thursday, October 8th at 8pm at the Hood River Pool and runs for 10 sessions. Then it starts up again in January for another 10 sessions. Once play starts it runs pretty continuously for an hour. So you get a great workout in an indoor pool (warm in the winter!) and get to work on your boat control (even rolling).

So if you are sitting around this Fall/Winter and looking for some exercise in a kayak, give Kayak Polo a try in the Pacific Northwest.



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natefry

Low water blues

natefry wrote 132 days ago:


Well as Fall arrives things are bleak out in the Northwest. River are pretty low and only a few are runnable. So you could work on your rain dance until the rains come, or you can head to the pool for some Kayak Polo. Both Portland ( https://www.facebook.com/portland.kayakpolo?fref=ts ) and Hood River ( https://www.facebook.com/Hood-River-Kayak-Polo-163053185802/timeline/ ) have Kayak Polo programs.

Hood River and Portland differ somewhat in their approach. Portland follows the rules very closely and several of the players compete in National competitions (yep they take it seriously). However Hood River is more laid back. They play in whatever boat you show up in (creek, playboat, whatever), don’t keep score and socialize after the games. All equipment is provided except kayak, paddle and PFD.

Hood River kayak polo starts Thursday, October 8th at 8pm at the Hood River Pool and runs for 10 sessions. Then it starts up again in January for another 10 sessions. Once play starts it runs pretty continuously for an hour. So you get a great workout in an indoor pool (warm in the winter!) and get to work on your boat control (even rolling).

So if you are sitting around this Fall/Winter and looking for some exercise in a kayak, give Kayak Polo a try in the Pacific Northwest.



Categorized as:Hood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winter

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tommygunn

Low water blues

tommygunn wrote 132 days ago:


Well as Fall arrives things are bleak out in the Northwest. River are pretty low and only a few are runnable. So you could work on your rain dance until the rains come, or you can head to the pool for some Kayak Polo. Both Portland ( https://www.facebook.com/portland.kayakpolo?fref=ts ) and Hood River ( https://www.facebook.com/Hood-River-Kayak-Polo-163053185802/timeline/ ) have Kayak Polo programs.

Hood River and Portland differ somewhat in their approach. Portland follows the rules very closely and several of the players compete in National competitions (yep they take it seriously). However Hood River is more laid back. They play in whatever boat you show up in (creek, playboat, whatever), don’t keep score and socialize after the games. All equipment is provided except kayak, paddle and PFD.

Hood River kayak polo starts Thursday, October 8th at 8pm at the Hood River Pool and runs for 10 sessions. Then it starts up again in January for another 10 sessions. Once play starts it runs pretty continuously for an hour. So you get a great workout in an indoor pool (warm in the winter!) and get to work on your boat control (even rolling).

So if you are sitting around this Fall/Winter and looking for some exercise in a kayak, give Kayak Polo a try in the Pacific Northwest.



Categorized as:Hood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winterHood River  •  Kayak Polo  •  after-the-games  •  differ-somewhat  •  games  •  northwest  •  pacific  •  provided-except  •  starts-it-runs  •  then-it-starts  •  until-the-rains  •  winter

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natefry

Last Boise Hometown Throwdown for 2015

natefry wrote 174 days ago:


Idaho had our 6th, and last, Hometown Throwdown of the year on Saturday. Idaho, Oregon and Washington are on fire, and that resulted in a smoke filled sky in Cascade, Idaho. Not a lot of people are traveling out of Boise due to the fires.

After a brisk morning we had warm temps for our event. We ran 3 rides this event and really had a lot of fun. A great air show put on by Connor Voorhees, Mike Voorhees, Crosby Crevelt and Troy Wilson. Everyone had some good moves up their sleeves – so a good show by all.

A special thanks to all of our WK sponsors and to our local shops (Alpenglow Mountainsport, Salamander Paddle Gear, and River Gear) that donated prizes as well. Also a big thank you to Kelly’s Whitewater Park for allowing us to hold events at this world-class park! All of these guys help make our events more fun!



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saskia

Last Boise Hometown Throwdown for 2015

saskia wrote 174 days ago:


Idaho had our 6th, and last, Hometown Throwdown of the year on Saturday. Idaho, Oregon and Washington are on fire, and that resulted in a smoke filled sky in Cascade, Idaho. Not a lot of people are traveling out of Boise due to the fires.

After a brisk morning we had warm temps for our event. We ran 3 rides this event and really had a lot of fun. A great air show put on by Connor Voorhees, Mike Voorhees, Crosby Crevelt and Troy Wilson. Everyone had some good moves up their sleeves – so a good show by all.

A special thanks to all of our WK sponsors and to our local shops (Alpenglow Mountainsport, Salamander Paddle Gear, and River Gear) that donated prizes as well. Also a big thank you to Kelly’s Whitewater Park for allowing us to hold events at this world-class park! All of these guys help make our events more fun!



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Troy Wilson

Last Boise Hometown Throwdown for 2015

Troy Wilson wrote 175 days ago:


Idaho had our 6th, and last, Hometown Throwdown of the year on Saturday. Idaho, Oregon and Washington are on fire, and that resulted in a smoke filled sky in Cascade, Idaho. Not a lot of people are traveling out of Boise due to the fires.

After a brisk morning we had warm temps for our event. We ran 3 rides this event and really had a lot of fun. A great air show put on by Connor Voorhees, Mike Voorhees, Crosby Crevelt and Troy Wilson. Everyone had some good moves up their sleeves – so a good show by all.

A special thanks to all of our WK sponsors and to our local shops (Alpenglow Mountainsport, Salamander Paddle Gear, and River Gear) that donated prizes as well. Also a big thank you to Kelly’s Whitewater Park for allowing us to hold events at this world-class park! All of these guys help make our events more fun!

 

Results:

Men:

1.Troy

2.Crosby

3.Mike

4.Devin

5.Jacob

 

Juniors:

1.Connor

2.Quinton

3.Paige

 

 



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