There is no merit badge yet for Dragon Boat racing, although there is one for canoeing.
I have placed canoeing and swimming in the same chapter because the first word in canoeing is never go until you can swim.
canoeing down the Licking, on the first day of August they crossed the Ohio.
He strolled with the train of vagabonds alternately fishing and hunting up streams and canoeing the Sound.
The Cubs were still on the river, receiving instruction in canoeing.
As the canoeing at this point was not at all difficult, her utmost efforts could not keep her abreast of the travellers.
Personally I have never worn rainproof garments when canoeing.
Years ago I made a canoeing trip in northern Maine with two friends.
Isn't it a little risky, Miss Granger, for you to be canoeing alone in this mist?
There were canoes as well as motor boats, and both the chums were fond of canoeing.
1550s, originally in a West Indian context, from Spanish canoa, a term used by Columbus, from Arawakan (Haiti) canaoua. Extended to rough-made or dugout boats generally. Early variants in English included cano, canow, canoa, etc., before spelling settled down c.1600.
1842, from canoe (n.). Related: Canoed; canoing.