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Andy, Robyn triumph

Saturday March 3, 2012

Triple Dusi champ Andy Birkett entrenched his status as a Dusi pacesetter by winning The Unlimited Non-Stop Dusi on debut on Friday in a breathtaking second half solo charge to set up an 11-minute victory over the first K2 home, Under-23 stars Kwanda Mhlope and Lance Kime, while Robyn Kime won the women’s title, also in a K1, smashing an hour off the old record.

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Dusi champs win again

Saturday February 18, 2012

Defending champions Andy Birkett and Jason Graham won the final stage of the Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon on Saturday to clinch the 61st edition of the race at Blue Lagoon in Durban.

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Champs dominate Dusi

Friday February 17, 2012

Defending champions Andy Birkett and Jason Graham turned in a superb performance of running and paddling on Friday to take a complete stranglehold on The Unlimited 2012 title.

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Birkett, Graham on top

Friday February 17, 2012

Defending champs Andy Birkett and Jason Graham snatched the early psychological advantage when they edged out the dream team of Thulani Mbanjwa and Sbonelo Zondi in an end sprint on Thursday’s first day of The Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon.

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Open Dusi expected

Thursday February 16, 2012

With a bumper field of over 1800 paddlers assembled for the start of the 61st edition of The Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon on Thursday, the K2 championship race is poised to provide three days of cut-throat racing from Camps Drift in Pietermaritzburg to Blue lagoon in Durban, with no clear favourite in either the men’s and women’s races.

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Hillary’s injury handicap

Tuesday January 31, 2012

Hillary Pitchford, top contender for The Unlimited Dusi women’s title, has been sidelined by a broken wrist following a freak accident while training for the three-day classic that starts at Camps Drift on 16 February.

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Hartley working hard

Tuesday January 24, 2012

By Mark Etheridge

Our London Olympics canoeing hopeful, Bridgitte Hartley’s preparations have taken her to four different countries as she bids for boating glory later this year.

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Olympian for Dusi

Tuesday January 24, 2012

Hungarian former world champion Attila Adrovicz has become the first Olympic canoeing medallist to enter The Unlimited Dusi canoe marathon, and will race the three day classic from Pietermaritzburg to Durban starting on 16 February with Dusi veteran Rob Humphry.

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Hank makes history

Monday January 23, 2012

Hank McGregor paddled his way into the history books by becoming the first canoeist to win three back-to-back K1 titles in the Global Trader Drakensberg Challenge, holding off a spirited challenge from Len Jenkins, while Robyn Kime finally bagged the women’s title that seemed fated to elude her.

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‘Queen’ back in SA

Wednesday January 4, 2012

The race for the women’s title in The Unlimited Dusi canoe race that starts in Pietermaritzburg on 16 February has been thrown wide open by the surprise announcement that Canadian based Abbey Ulansky will jet back to South Africa to defend her K2 title with Robyn Kime.

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