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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishcanoeingcan‧oe‧ing /kəˈnuːɪŋ/ noun [uncountable]  the sport of travelling in a canoe
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canoeingThe main aim is touring with Sundar tours, adventure canoeing, hostelling and camping holidays plus weekly pool sessions for beginners.Since his tragic mishap, the former marathon runner has accomplished many projects including an outward bound course, abseiling and canoeing.There she will put her courage and dexterity to the test rock climbing, abseiling, sea kayaking, and canoeing.Inland there are attractive narrow rivers for gentle canoeing.They do lots of fun outdoor activities like canoeing, hiking and camping.The possibility of expanding into other areas outside canoeing is also being considered.Andy would like to see canoeing increasing a lot but it needs marketing outside the trade through the national media.I think she and Phil were the nearest thing to soccer hooligans that canoeing can produce.
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