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All the canoeists had a great time - despite the rain.
Passerby Ben Green, from Rhyl, managed to capture the rescue mission on camera and praised the heroic actions of the canoeists.
A MEDICAL student came to the rescue of a canoeist who suffered a suspected heart attack and cardiac arrest in Stratford on Wednesday night.
But canoeist Stuart Clark, 66, said there was "no way" his group was involved in the "shocking" theft.
The Angling Trust has sent a legal letter to Canoe Wales, the British Canoe Union and Canoe England, demanding they stop publishing information suggesting canoeists have a "general right of navigation".
A canoeist has died after suffering serious injuries.
A canoeist who helped at the scene posted a message on social media saying they were unable to find the lost boat.
Agreed guidelines dictate that rafters and canoeists carry whistles to warn anglers of their approach and they should give them as wide a berth possible when passing.
Local media said the astonished canoeists put the animal on an embankment at a local golf club where koalas were known to populate the gum trees.
ANGLERS and canoeists have reached a ground-breaking deal to allow paddlers access to the River Dee.
Canoeists are advised to have advanced whitewater experience because of the possibility of large rocks and hazards.
They have also improved health and safety signage and has planned portage for canoeists as part of the project.
CANOEISTS will make a second attempt to set up a new home on the banks of the River Calder tomorrow.
London, July 27 (ANI): Former England all-rounder Sir Ian Botham has branded as "stupid and arrogant" a call by Griff Rhys Jones, the television presenter, for canoeists to "disturb as many fishermen as possible".
A police spokesman said three canoeists were eventually pulled from the water.