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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 .

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ACK Demo and Outdoor Expo

Whether you're a novice or expert, Demo Days is a great event for any paddler to attend. It's absolutely free and an opportunity to try out 80+ models, talk with representatives from top brands in the industry, and save up to 30% on select kayaks...

Gauley Fest 2015

Are you ready for Gauley Fest? We are! Gauley Fest just keeps getting bigger and better! Started in 1983, Gauley Fest has grown to become the largest river festival in the world. The festival is a showcase for American Whitewater and the top...

Moosefest Whitewater Festival

Who will take the King of New York crown? Will Geoff Calhoun continue his reign, or will Jared Seiler reclaim the throne? Find out! For more information, click here .

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By: Ben Coleman JUMPING THE MENTAL HURDLE Learning the Eskimo roll can be more of a mental challenge than a physical one, because it involves staying calm while performing a maneuver below the surface of the water–an environment in which we humans can’t breathe...

By: Ben Coleman Turning Stroke The turning stroke is used to point your boat in the direction you want to go. The main difference between the turning stroke and the forward stroke is the position of the paddle shaft. The paddle shaft is positioned vertically for...

By: Ben Coleman Catching Eddies Catching eddies makes you a better paddler. If you want to refine your skills, challenge yourself to catch as many eddies as possible the next time you paddle one of your favorite rapids. Catching eddies is where all your strokes...

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Outside the box? For you, there is no box. Your tastes for outdoor adventure change like the wind and you wouldn't want it any other way. Take it to the water with a kayak that performs in them all. Relax on the lake, cruise the winding river, or...

With the most desired performance and design innovations built in, this boat is the envy of the competition. Medal-winning long boat speed engineered with stability and forgiveness is finally available to own. Heralded as a new paddling experience,...

There was a time when surfing and pulling tricks was for the experts. But today, innovative freestyle designs have opened the thrilling experience that is park, play, and owning the wave to anyone. Whether you're in to surfing and spinning on your...

Kayaking 101

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Dagger has spent a considerable amount of its research and development time towards making your kayak as comfortable as possible. Still, there are a number of options available to you which can further enhance comfort and performance according to...

How-to blog written by Team Dagger's Todd Wells I think it's safe to say that no one likes a leaky kayak. I especially don't like a leaky kayak, so I decided to take note on a few of the things I do to keep my kayak and everything inside it extra...