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Dagger athletes Aniol Serrasoles, Todd Wells, Galen Volkhausen, and Iker Van Dusen competed, and Aniol took third in the waterfall competition. It was a great showing by the world's best kayakers. Todd Wells shot some amazing video, here: Faces of...

Over 50 women met to paddle the Upper Green, and 24 continued down the Class V Green Narrows section. A raffle was held, in which over $650 was raised for the Shannon Christy Fund, a fund dedicated to getting more women into paddlesports. It was an...

This year over 160 competitors battled snow, freezing temperatures, and a monkey in the quest for the glass. Congratulations to champions Isaac Levinson and Adriene Levknecht. Notable Dagger finishes were Andrew Holcombe taking fifth, Chris...

This remote, committing river features Class V and VI rapids and inescapable slot canyons and gorges. Here is the first part of this amazing journey Leg Two, Ep. 11 from Wizard's Eye on Vimeo .

How do you get this Green Boat? By entering our raffle and getting lucky! All procedes go to American Whitewater, the awesome organization that saves rivers and hosts Gauley Fest. You know you want this boat! Come to our booth, chat with our...

“Like” us for a chance to WIN a Dagger Katana Kayak, an Adventure Technology Duraweave Paddle, and a Bomber Gear Bombshelter Sprayskirt. On-water adventure is closer than it may appear... this is your chance to win it! All you need to do to enter...

Check out this awesome video update from Team D's Tyler Bradt as he explores Papua New Guinea, looking for new rapids and stout drops.

The short, steep racecourse punishes mistakes and rewards those who let it fly. We are very proud of our athletes and of the fact that the top six finishers were in Green Boats. Full results are below: 1 Geoff CALHOUN 1:28/1:25 100 Dagger Green Boat...

Team Dagger had a great showing, with Geoff Calhoun taking first, Ryan Mooney taking sixth, and Quality Control manager Wade Harrison showing up and taking 15th. Overall, 7 of the top 10 finishers won in Green Boats. Go fast, take chances! Erin...

Tom Janney's very sobering account of his descent of the North Fork of the San Joaquin, which included a devestating injury to paddler Thomas Moore. Stay safe out there! http://thenexthorizonline.blogspot.com/2014/08/mistakes-we-knew-we-were-making...

Team Dagger athlete Tom Janney just completed an epic multi-day mission to Fantasy Falls in California. Check out the video here: The Next Horizon Line: Fantasy falls from Tom Janney on Vimeo . For more info, check out Tom on the Dagger blog.

Tyler Bradt and his friends have had quite the epic journey so far. After leaving Tasmania, they sailed through a massive storm to the Soloman Islands, and then on to Indonesia, where they battled customs officials for a month before securing a visa...

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