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Paddling Styles Primer

What we want do on the water and how we communicate it

Paddling Styles Primer

Postby GregS » Thu Dec 01, 2011 4:48 pm

Shawn Burke's 2009 Paddling Styles Primer does what it says on the tin: introduce styles of canoeing!
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