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Beth Morgan

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Name: Beth Morgan
Date registered: November 18, 2014

Latest posts

  1. Racing Round the Indian Sub-Continent — January 16, 2017
  2. A Plea to the Outdoor Industry — April 10, 2016
  3. The Kynshi – The Best River in the World? — November 23, 2015
  4. 9R Review – More than just a race boat! — April 27, 2015
  5. Sickline — November 30, 2014

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16
Jan

Racing Round the Indian Sub-Continent

I have recently returned home after spending 6 months travelling the Indian sub-continent; the trip was one of the best I’ve been on and was full of awesome rivers, people, food, and cultural experiences. One of the highlights was competing in three events – the Malabar River Festival, MeghaKayakFest, and the Himalayan Whitewater Challenge. All …

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10
Apr

A Plea to the Outdoor Industry

Growing up as an enthusiastic female kayaker and learning to paddle with family and friends of all genders and ages, I didn’t really realise there was a gender inequality in the sport until I went to University. Despite a number of inspirational female paddlers having been through Leeds University, I still often found myself alone …

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23
Nov

The Kynshi – The Best River in the World?

When I booked my flights to Meghalaya 6 months ago the Kynshi seemed like a thing of legends. Tales of an amazing river with hard white water, which had previously handed out a few beat-downs to some pretty good paddlers, made me both excited and apprehensive for the trip. Despite booking so far in advance, …

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27
Apr

9R Review – More than just a race boat!

I was lucky enough to try the 9R prototype back in August and ever since have been in love with the boat. I have had the opportunity to try it in a number of different situations – steep creeks to big volume, river running to racing to expeditions, and it just keeps surprising me by …

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30
Nov

Sickline

New team member Beth Morgan took the 9R to Sickline last month. Here are a few words on her experience: A couple of years ago, whilst sitting on top of a bus in Nepal, myself and Beth Hume were discussing our future paddling aims. I decided that one of mine would be to enter Sickline. …

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