The International Rafting Federation's 2017 World Championships is taking place on the Shikoku-Yoshino River in Miyoshi-shi, Tokushima Prefecture, Japan on October 6 - 10, 2017. Teams from across the world are going head to head to see who will be crowned world champion of raft racing.
We caught up with the Canadian Women's Rafting Team to find out more about this amazing team of female athletes. These ladies have been coming out strong in the Canadian National Events. With several members of the team being veterans of several international rafting events we are looking forward to seeing these ladies take on the world in Japan.
The UK National Rafting Team selections came to an exciting close at Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre in Nottingham, England. Participants ran the gauntlet to see who would have the honor of representing the UK on the 2017 International Rafting Circuit.
Rafting Magazine was recently able to catch up with Raft Team Denmark Ladies and this group of amazing athletes quickly became one of our favorite teams on the raft racing circuit today. The stories that these women have and their drive to become the best is a powerful inspiration to boaters everywhere.
Kazakhstan's first women's rafting team will be competing in the International Rafting Federation's 2016 World Rafting Championships. Rafting Team Fury is determined to take the title of world champions and this amazing team of ladies does not intend to dissappoint.
The GB Women's team is a UK based whitewater raft racing team competing in the International Rafting Federation's World Championships in Al Ain, UAE. These ladies will go head to head against some of the best raft racers in the world to claim the Rafting World Cup.
Team profile for the Slovenian Men's Open team Rafting Klub Vidra. This team of outstanding paddlers is ready to head to the UAE to compete for the title of rafting World Champions.