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The Endicott Files eBooks

Davey Hearn
Maximum Whitewater Performance
American Slalom Excellence Program

April 22, 2005 -- Bethesda, MD


Maximum Whitewater Performance is putting the world renowned William T. Endicott books on top level paddlesports into eBook form.

The Ultimate Run: Canoe Slalom at the Highest Levels is complete. Within this work are champions case studies making for interesting reading for all of us who dream in slalom:

Kayak specialists might enjoy reading Norbert Sattler: "I like to paddle when the water is brown", Richard Fox, 5x World Champion kayak technician, Jean-Yves Prigent, and Lubos Hilgert.

K1Ws may enjoy the stories about Ulrike Deppe, Cathy Hearn, and Liz Sharman.

C-Boaters, check out: Strive Together, Thrive Together: The Story of Jon Lugbill and Davey Hearn and The Garvi: The Story of Stephen and Michael Garvis.

Two Trips To The Top details the stories of World Champions and Olympic medalists Rebecca Giddens and Oliver Fix.

To Win The Worlds: A Textbook for Elite Slalomists and Their Coaches chapters 1-8 are complete.

From Chapter 5, C1 technique:

"There's a lot to be learned from C1 technique and boat control that is helpful to all classes. Because the C1 has a blade on only one side, he must use it more efficiently. But if you can learn to use both of your blades more efficiently, you'll be a lot better off.

Cathy Hearn, K1W World Champion

A gripping Biography of Greg Barton (double gold medalist in sprint kayak at the 1988 Olympics) kicks off The Barton Mold, A Study in Sprint Kayaking. Norm Bellingham, 1988 Olympic gold medalist in sprint kayak and formerly a slalom racer is also featured.

All are pdfs, so you'll need to Get AdobeReader if you don't have it yet.

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