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Paddle Through This Adventurous Kayaking Challenge

Are you well acquainted with the world of Kayaking? Let's get to the river then!
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A Kayak is a small, narrow watercraft which is propelled by the means of a paddle.
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Kayaks were originally developed by the Inuit, Yupik and Aleut to hunt on inland lakes, rivers and coastal waters.
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Each Kayak was built by the man who used it closely fitting his size for maximum maneuverability.
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The Kayak's stealth capabilities allowed for the hunter to sneak up behind animals on the shoreline and successfully catch their prey.
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The paddle blades are tilted to help reduce wind resistance while the other blade is being used in the water.
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The stroke comes from a person's upper back and a rotation of the oblique muscles (the muscles on the side of the abdomen).
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A Skeg looks like a rudder, but is fixed in position to help the Kayak stay on track through windy conditions.
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As a general rule, a longer Kayak is faster, it has higher hull speed but is less maneuverable.
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Adolf Anderle was the first person to Kayak down the Salzachöfen Gorge in 1931.
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The 1936 Berlin Olympics introduced Kayak races  and today Germany, Russia & Hungary are in big competition for gold medals in the Olympic Games.
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Congratulations
You have paddled through! Let's see how far you went!

 Amruta Deshpande

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Kalen Emsley