tcwr_logo_1_roundTeam Colorado Whitewater Racing Team (“TCWR”) is a Colorado non-profit corporation that was established in 2012 to foster and improve competitiveness of paddlers in the state of Colorado and neighboring states in national and international whitewater racing and freestyle competitions. TCWR will work directly with existing whitewater racing clubs, schools and other organizations in Colorado (and perhaps neighboring states) to #1., improve training in competitive whitewater disciplines, #2. hold and support races and events, #3.broaden the reach of whitewater competitions to more youth and young adults, #4. enhance access to hard-to-obtain racing boats, and #5. provide financial and coaching support for racers and freestyle paddlers in national and international competition (including grants to enable travel to elsewhere in the United States, Europe, and other venues for critical competitions).

2017 Penobscot River Whitewater Nationals

                  In the summer of 2017, June 28 to July 2, Nate...

Slalom Course Design Recommendations

There is a basic set of skills and level of fitness that any developing slalom paddler should be working on...

2015 Wild Water World Championships

Team Colorado Wildwater Worlds Blog Full Results are HERE I am proud of all the US Jr and U23 Wildwater...

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This summer we had the pleasure of running a classic Upper Colorado River section with the athletes from Cadí Canoe Kayak. A number of the Team Colorado families grew up doing overnight river trips in the desert and Rocky Mountain…

Homestake Creek

As the water begins to run-off the Continental Divide and the rivers come up, the sharks come out to play… and race. Each year Colorado hosts what I like to the call, “The Festival Race Series” as the top paddlers…

Max Haworth

On May 30, 2015 at the Lyons Outdoor Games in Lyons, Colorado, 44 people from around the world competed in the canoe and kayak slalom race. We had competitors from Spain, Sweden, Canada, and Germany as well as from all…

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This year’s Rocky Mountain Whitewater Championships were a success measured by eleven new racers, and two racers who came back to racing after several years away from the gates. We had athletes from five countries participating, including one Olympian and…

Tyler Hinton

In April, five members from TCWR headed off to Foz do Iguassu, Brazil for the 2015 Junior/U23 World Championships. Team USA consisted of 13 total members with two coaches ­Silvan Poberaj and Eric “Butter” Hurd. Each member trained hard for…

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