Rio Olympic Games: Virus floors Australian kayak star Murray Stewart’s gold medal defence MICHAEL CARAYANNIS, The Sunday Telegraph, June 25, 2016 7:26pm A SECOND bout of glandular fever has robbed
Training in Szolnok As we approach the halfway point in our eight week stint in Szolnok I thought it was about time to do a quick update. On the training
[Ed: An update from the Muzz himself …] Moscow The final World Cup and last regatta before the Olympics was held in Moscow (1-3rd June). Without the depth of the
Murray has kicked off his 2012 international season in great form – showing anyone who is watching that he’s in the mix and is a serious contender for Olympic medals.
It has been more than 8 months since Murray last raced at an international level – when he won a silver medal in the K4 1,000m. Since then, his domestic
I know, I know, it’s been a while and I’ve been a slacker on keeping the blog updated. So this post is playing catchup. Some awesome stuff has happened in
Sportscene, the world’s leading paddlesports media provider, has come on board as Murray’s exclusive media partner! When you think of media content for kayaking, you think of Sportscene. You will have
With four national titles and a nomination to the Australian Olympic team, last weekend could not have gone better for Murray. After qualifying all three of the 1,000m events, Murray