Steeve has many international titles to his name as an individual paddler and is the current world champion in Super Aito (the toughest V1 race in the world).
The Slovakian men’s C1 dream team of Alexander Slafkovsky, Michal Martikan and Matej Benus have won every men’s C1 World Championship teams title since the 2008 Beijing Olympics
For as long as he can remember, reigning World Freestyle Kayak champion Quim Fontané Masó has lived and breathed whitewater.
With five consecutive European Canoe Marathon Championship titles under his belt, plus a decisive win at the 2018 World Cup, marathon paddler José Ramalho has been on a winning streak for the last few years.
Jack Playford is proof that hard work does pay off.
Fernando Pimenta stole the show by winning the K1 1000m at the 2018 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Portugal, becoming the first Portuguese athlete to win a world title in an Olympic class event.
McGrath is leaving no stone unturned on his quest for double gold. Winning both the KL2 and VL3 categories at the 2018 Canoe Sprint World Championships, McGrath has now been unbeaten for five years in the Va’a, and three years in the Kayak.
It was only matter of time before he pushed the boundaries and cemented his name as one of the best ocean ski paddlers in history.