The International Whitewater Hall of Fame (IWHOF) recognizes and honors individuals who have made significant contributions to whitewater related activities. To date, 39 honorees have been inducted into the Hall of Fame since the first class was inducted in 2005. The honorees of IWHOF hail from these countries: Australia, Czech Republic, Costa Rica, France, Germany, Luxembourg, New Zealand, Great Britain, Russia, Slovakia, and the United States. We are proud to honor their legacy and those of the dozens of other world class athletes, pioneers, advocates, and explorers from around the world who have been nominated to the Hall of Fame. Read More …
IWHOF is pleased to announce the 2013 Honorees into the International Whitewater Hall of Fame, honoring the world’s most accomplished whitewater Pioneers, Explorers, Champions, and Advocates.
Ramon Eaton - USA
Milo Duffek- Switzerland
Peter Knowles - UK
Graham Mackereth – UK
Read about each of these contributors to whitewater paddling history through the links to their individual profiles.
- The 2013 Class of Honorees Induction Ceremony Takes Place October 3rd, 2013 at PaddleExpo in Nuremberg, Germany.
Donations to IWHOF are being gratefully accepted with Paypal
2013 sponsorship opportunities for IWHOF!
Learn more about the 2013 Partnership Program here
2011 International Whitewater Hall of Fame Honorees
Whitewater paddlers from the US and around the world gathered to induct the Class of 2011 Whitewater Hall of Fame (IWHOF) Saturday evening, October 15th at the Sierra Nevada House in Coloma, California, USA. The finalists are in each category:
Explorer – Richard Bangs , Champion – JP Burny , Advocate – Oliver Cock
Check out the Tribute to 2011 Inductees Video
A special thanks to Jackson Kayak, Pamela Dillon and Virgil Chambers, Rafael Gallo, Risa Shimoda, David Mason, and the National Association of State Boating Law Administrators for their 2011 sponsorship!