Hartley Still Keen to Give Dusi a Good Crack

South Africa's sprint paddling superstar Bridgitte Hartley is excited to give the MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon another shot this year from 18-20 March. Photo: Anthony Grote / Gameplan

South Africa’s most decorated sprint paddler, Bridgitte Hartley, is determined to make her mark at the 2021 MyLife Dusi Canoe Marathon, while harbouring serious Olympic aspirations.

Records Tumble as Kime Targets Blue Lagoon

Robyn Kime bends her boat but overcomes the kinks to set a second consecutive stage record on Day two from Dusi Bridge to Inanda Dam on Friday, and mishaps excepted, she’s in pole position to enter Durban’s Blue Lagoon first on Saturday, to claim The Unlimited Dusi 2013 title

Kime Shatters First Stage Dusi Record

Race favourite and defending champion, Robyn Kime shattered the first stage record on day one of The Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon, finishing nearly 14 seconds ahead of fierce rival Abby Adie.

Hodson vs Hartley for Olympic Team

South Africa’s sprint canoeing challenge at the Beijing Olympic Games in August will be shaped this weekend in the charged atmosphere of the canoeing mecca of Szeged in Hungary, where […]

Abbey Clears the Path

Inanda Dam – With a big flow of water from Nagle Dam contributing to the high river levels, Abbey Miedema took control of the Hansa Powerade Dusi Canoe Marathon on […]