I'm really pleased with them and Jake is progressing really well and has the potential to be awesome," said Tees Tigers coach Darren Cresser, a British wild water racing international.
What does WWR stand for?
WWR stands for Wild Water Racing
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- World Wide Quote (stock trading; est. 1997; Calgary, Alberta, Canada)
- Washington Wine Quality Alliance
- Watershed Water Quality Assessment (various locations)
- World Water Quality Assessment (UN study)
- Worsfold Water Quality Centre (Trent University; Canada)
- Western Wheat Quality Laboratory
- World Wide Quilting Page
- Walt Whitman Quarterly Review (University of Iowa)
- Welded Wire Reinforcement
- Well Worth Reading (various organizations)
- Wire-Wound Resistor
- Working With Rails (online community)
- World Water Resources and Use (UNESCO database)
- World Wide Recycling BV (Twello, The Netherlands)
- World Wrestling Revolution (online magazine and podcast)
- Worldwide Workload Report
- Wounded Warrior Regiment (Virginia)
- Welsh Wheelchair Rugby Association (UK)
- Western Washington Racing Association (est. 1957)
- Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority (Michigan)
Samples in periodicals archive:
A DURHAM University student added to her impressive international medal collection at the European Wild Water Racing Championships in Italy.
Better still is the Tryweryn, a few miles to the west, where the world championships for Wild Water Racing and Canoe Slalom were held in 1981.
But he defied the odds to come first in the Wild Water Racing National Championships -the water equivalent of downhill skiing -run by the British Canoeing Union.
Teenager Sandra Hyslop has won a record five international medals this season after being selected for both the senior and junior British Wild Water Racing Teams.
Wild Water Racing involves racing canoes and kayaks down rapid rivers, it is an exciting and challenging discipline, combining the speed of flatwater racing with the technical aspects of slalom racing.
NORTH EAST student Sandra Hyslop made it a double gold at this year's Wild Water Racing Junior European Championships in Valtellina, Italy.
Byline: NICK PUREWAL HEXHAM teenager Sandra Hyslop has scooped a gold medal at the junior wild water racing world championships, (writes NICK PUREWAL).