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  • noun Plural form of kayaker.

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Examples

  • Accomplishments: A diver who placed 23rd at the Athens Olympics and who rescued five canoers and kayakers from a 2003 flash flood, Garcia started a character education program based on NCAA "Life Skills" principles at Yarbrough Elementary School, featuring fellow college athletes taping morning closed-circuit TV announcements; varsity diving team captain and student athlete advisory council; athlete representative for United States Diving; Cupola Engineering Society; Catholic Student Organization; 2003 mechanical engineering student of the year.

    USATODAY.com - 2005 College Academic All-Stars First Team

  • It was also his first lesson in "firearms safety"; when kayakers appeared, we would cease fire until they paddled around a bend in the river.

    Slingshot Video

  • Across the West, rafters, kayakers, swimmers and even some drivers have lost their lives in recent weeks due to fast-moving water.

    Yosemite deaths a reminder of rivers' risks

  • When we asked for beer, we were rebuked—drunk kayakers are apparently an epidemic in these parts.

    Victoria, By Sea

  • Across the West, rafters, kayakers, swimmers and even some drivers have lost their lives in recent weeks due to fast-moving water.

    Yosemite deaths a reminder of rivers' risks

  • It was also his first lesson in "firearms safety"; when kayakers appeared, we would cease fire until they paddled around a bend in the river.

    Slingshot Video

  • When we wash the dishes, we can see what's going on outside—ducks swimming, kayakers paddling by, fishermen hanging out on the banks waiting for a catch.

    The Food of Friendship

  • It is understood that the area is used by kayakers, although not commonly, and has been known for its white water.

    Teenager who died on Scafell Pike is named as Lee Jones

  • A trip round the whole island would take at least 10 days, and kayakers are allowed to stay in bivouacs on the beach from dusk till dawn as long as they leave no trace.

    Beat this: what's new in the Balearics

  • "To anyone on the outside it sounds dangerous, plunging down a rapid in the cold waters of winter, but all canoeists and kayakers know that while there are obvious risks, it is much safer than it appears," he said.

    Teenager who died on Scafell Pike is named as Lee Jones

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