A great little video with a kayak and lots of puddles. Kind of inspiring for us!
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A great little promotional video for Rockpool Kayaks. Put together by Tony Williams. Visit rockpoolkayaks.com for more information.
Video by: Peter Unold
One of many ways to roll a kayak - this powerful version is called the storm roll.
Rolling at the Goffstown YMCA.
This simple and elegant roll looks like magic but it really works. Video by: seakayak.ws.
Video by: Stuart Keynes
This is a quick and nasty edit of some of the highlights of my Antarctic trip in December 2003 with my Dad. It goes for about 6 1/2 minutes. You might think the music track is an odd selection, but it fitted perfectly to the length of the clip! Plus it is a beautiful track, and Antarctica is a beautiful place. The best footage I think is near the end, and is of the sights while kayaking around. Watch for the whale fin just after the seals on the sea ice!
Hiking and sea kayaking on Vancouver Islands Pacific Rim.
Video provided by: seakayak.ws
This is the video description from google video:
Well I thought I'd put these short clips together to offer a bit of guidance for the standard Greenland roll. This technique has proved it's self and the people I've taught have gone on to help others. A good instructor is great but not always required. My wife taught me to roll from a book and my paddling bud Dustin helped me tweak it out. You'll always learn more from those you paddle with on a regular basis.
The video is of poor quality. It was shot with a digital still camera and was never intended to be more than just something to watch later that evening. This summer I plan to tape a much better rolling video but I thought it wouldn't hurt to post this one here.
Qajaq USA has rolling video clips and I'd suggest taking a look at those too. The video doesn't show perfect technique But I've never seen perfect technique in the real situations either. You just want to get up.
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