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This year was the 4th TVF Awards and as usual was held at one of Europes biggest kayaking events, The SAS Hurley Classic.

The Winner of the Junior Female TVF Paddler Award was the well deserved Sophie Mcpeak.

The Winner of the Junior Male TVF Paddler Award was the well deserved Hugo Scott.

The Winner of the Female TVF Paddler Award was the well deserved Nicola Beeby.

The Winner of the Male TVF Paddler Award was the well deserved Hugo Anthony

The Winner of the International TVF Paddler Award was the well deserved Mathiea Doumlin

The Winner of the Innovation and exceptional generosity Award was the well deserved David Bloodworth

The pinnacle award of the night is given to who you voted to be The TVF Community Paddler of the year, this award is in Memory of Graeme Laycock who was TVF’s first winner of the Community Paddler award. Not only is this a fitting tribute to all Graeme’s hard work, it is also representing that TVF is an identity to all the paddlers who choose to help and make things happen in and around the Thames Valley Kayaking community.

The Winner of the Community Paddler award was you the community!

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