#TuksKayaking: Faster and stronger De Beer to represent SA at Kayak World Cups
Posted on May 02, 2019
Last year Kayla de Beer (Tuks) kayaking skills could be described as fast but fading, but through hard work, everything changed that is why she was able to win a K1-race at a SA Sprint Cup event for the first time.
#TuksCanoe: De Beer and Van Tonder confident of qualifying for A-final at World Champs
Posted on August 09, 2018
When Kayla de Beer (Tuks) and Esti van Tonder line up to race over 200m at the start of the Word Sprint Canoeing Championships in Montemor Velho in Portugal it will be only the sixth time ever that they will be rowing together as K2-crew in a kayak.
#TuksCanoe: Competing in an A-final at a World Cup is a first for De Beer
Posted on May 21, 2018
The 21-year old Kayla de Beer achieved a huge personal milestone on Sunday in Szeged, Hungary when she competed for the first time in the A-final of a sprint canoeing World Cup-event.
#TuksCanoe: De Beer to take on her mentor at SA Sprint Canoeing Champs
Posted on April 03, 2018
Tomorrow during the South African Sprint Canoeing Championships at Roodeplaatdam it will be a case of mentor versus mentee when the top female paddlers take to the water to compete in the K1-event over 200 metres.
#TuksCanoe: Wing improves his time by 2 seconds at SA Sprint Canoe Championships
Posted on April 25, 2017
Jonathan Wing's goal is to qualify for the Paralympic Games!
Wing wants to be second para-canoeist from Africa to compete at the Paralympic Games
Posted on February 28, 2017
Jonathan Wing, a second-year Mechanical Engineering student at the University of Pretoria, wants to be the second para-canoeist from Africa to compete in the Paralympic Games.
#TuksCanoe: Tuks Student of to Para World Canoe Championships
Posted on May 03, 2016
First year Tuks student Jonothan Wing has been selected to compete in the Para World Canoe championships taking place in Duisburg, Germany from 17-19 May 2016.