Jackson inducted into Kayaking Hall of Fame

World Champion kayaker Eric “EJ” Jackson was recently inducted into Children’s Museum of History, Natural History, Science and Technology International Hall of Fame for Bicycling, Rowing, Kayaking and Canoeing.
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World Champion kayaker Eric “EJ” Jackson was recently inducted into Children's Museum of History, Natural History, Science and Technology International Hall of Fame for Bicycling, Rowing, Kayaking and Canoeing.
Nominated by a committee that includes past honorees, Jackson was recognized for the breadth and heights of his career including the following: Member of the US Olympic Team, three World Freestyle Kayak Championship titles, US National Freestyle Kayak Team member since 1989, author of instructional books and videos, and founder of Jackson Kayak, the first manufacturer to make performance whitewater boats for children, as well as a full line of creek, freeride, downriver and slalom boats for adults.
The museum in Utica, NY, a hands-on educational center for kids and the young at heart, displays inductee memorabilia including racing shirts, framed pictures, gear and more.
For more information about Jackson and his company, visit JacksonKayak.com
For more information about the Children's Museum, visit Museum4Kids.net

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