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How to Gain Control By Running Rapids With Cross Current Speed

In this video the Aquabatics Calgary team explain and demonstrate how to 'get off the freight train' of running rapids. This tutorial highlights how to use cross current speed in rapids to start catching and tagging eddies to slow downstream momentum and to give...
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How to Pick a Kayak Series – Part 1...

The Aquabatics Calgary 'What type of paddler am I series' is an online information source to try and help...
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Video: How to Choose a Recreational Paddling Style

In this video, the Aquabatics Calgary crew help new recreational paddlers determine their preferred paddling style, High Angle or...
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Video: How to Choose a Recreational Kayak Paddle

This online tutorial will help newer recreational paddlers make an informed purchasing decision for their first kayak paddle. There...
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Video: Beginners Guide to Whitewater Kayaking Gear

This video is to help those new to the sport of whitewater kayaking figure out the gear they need...
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Video: How to Boof a Kayak

This tutorial is a 3 step breakdown on how to perform a basic boof using cross current speed. Many...
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Video: How to do a Loop

Over the many years, I have been teaching kayakers it has always been a goal of mine to stay...
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About

Aquabatics Calgary was founded in 1999 by Susan Azofeifa. In 2009, after running starting up and running the kayak school Simon Coward and his wife Nikki purchased the business and have been running it ever since. The business has been built on, and continues to run on the foundation that every customer experience is a quality one and most importantly personalized.

Whether it is on the water with our internationally certified instructors, in our Calgary store, through our You Tube channel or our industry leading website. We strive to ensure every interaction with customers and paddlers is a positive one.

Our staff are and ownership are stoked on what we do, and we think it shows in the product we deliver.