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
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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on the web at www.daveyhearn.com