Normally the only laps I get on the Russel Fork are the day of the race, which means I am only ever in a long boat. But this year due to the fact I could get up the weekend before it meant I could not only get more training laps but also get an Antix lap. Which in this case was the first time in around 10 years I have been able to get a lap in anything other than a long boat. It was so fun finally going slow and hitting all the moves I normally race by!Dane Jackson
Welcome to Movie Monday 29 January 2018 here at Unsponsored HQ.
How cold has your weekend been? Enjoy!
Kayaking Tumwater Canyon is fun at a large range of flows. This is my favorite level for these drops. Whitewater can be challenging, stay safe out there.
You can’t go wrong with a little bit of rafting action. Nick Pearce shot this little edit on the Brandseth.
The scenery in this part of Norway is nothing short of stunning.
Great Falls looks a superb stretch of water. Ian Van Wingert leads us down stream.
Kayaking The Hole That Ate Chicago on the Grand Canyon of the Stikine in Northern BC.
Molly’s Nipple, one of the most Iconic rapids on the Slave. The story is that one of the early paddlers on this river had met a local girl named Molly and one day, while laying on the rocks next to the drop, he decided it somehow looked like one of her nipples… I don’t see it but you’ll just have to check it out in person!
A great edit and start of a series showing just a small % of what Nepal has to offer to the whitewater kayaker. Continue reading
Yorkshire’s greatest kayaker caught in action. This may well end up being the video edit of the year. Continue reading
Big water and big moves. A great edit showing Charles Arseneault in action.
Better sooner than Later ! Here are some of my best shots since 2 years ! Many Runs and many Drops that we have in Quebec ! Enjoy the Show ! Continue reading
The Rio Claro, Close to the town of Talca in the center of Chile is the definition of Paradise. Perfect waterfalls inside a stunningly deep and beautiful gorge, Period. This is the crux drop on the ‘Caracol’ Section commonly known as the ‘Devils Throat’ or the ‘Twirly Bird’. We were lucky enough to get on this section mid October this year with a good water level. Continue reading