Two Blades is an international company of professional outdoor athletes who are truly passionate about their sports dedicating years of traveling and exploring the remote corners of the globe. Specializing in outdoor and action sports we offer to our clients a wide range of services in whitewater world. Numerous expeditions and project around the world taught us to see and feel the spirit and magic of adventure and gave us unique experience and knowledge as well as organizational skills in outdoor world. During the years spent on the water we have gained unique experience and great results in expedition kayaking, extreme racing and slalom. Remote rarely visited places and wild rivers are our passion and we believe that this passion has to be shared.
Tomass is an outdoor person in its fullest meaning who is truly passionate about river running, whitewater exploration and skiing around the World.
Tomass is a member of World known Adidas Sickline kayak team and most of his time he spends kayaking in different places on Earth. His focus is expedition kayaking and multi-day adventure trips in hidden canyons of Asia, North America and Europe. In last years Tomass has been organizing and did lead quite a few large-scale projects around the globe as well as took part in numerous big expeditions with his mates.
Apart from that Tomass did study psychology and works as an alpine skiing coach in swiss snowsport company Ski Cool St.Moritz and Two Blades ski club.
“Kayaking is not simply traveling by boat, it’s much deeper and more meaningful than that. I like to see the world, visit places unreachable to most people outside kayaking. I like meeting different people in distant places of Earth. And of course now I have many friends with whom I share my passion. The harder and longer my journey is, the better I understand myself. I’m happy to have the opportunity to paddle, ski and live my dreams!”
Egor Voskoboynikov at the moment is the most titled kayaker in Russia. Into whitewater kayaking Egor came in 2009 from the strong slalom field bringing his great paddling skills to the extreme racing. Numerous champion of Russia and ex-member of the Russian National slalom team shortly became one of the fastest and strongest kayakers in the World. Taking the leading position on the extreme kayaking racing scene Egor has stepped on the podium of some of the most prestige races on the Planet. He is also member of the World known Adidas Sickline kayak team and has run some of the craziest and remote rivers on Earth.
In 2012 Egor graduated from Russian State University of Physical Education, Sports and Tourism.
– Numerous champion of Russia in slalom. Discipline K-1M
– 2003-2009 member of the Russian National slalom team
– Two-times winner of extreme kayak race “Adrenaline Race” in Russia (2010, 2011)
– Three-times winner of extreme kayak race “King of Asia” in Russia (2011, 2012, 2013)
– Silver medalist of extreme kayak race “King of the Alps” in Italy (2013)
– Bronze medalist of Adidas Sickline extreme kayak world championship in Austria(2013)
– Silver medalist of extreme kayak race “The North Fork Championship” USA(2014)
– Full list of results
“I was born in the family of adventurers and have been raised by people who are truly passionate about traveling and sports. For that reason kayaking is not just a hobby or work for me, it is my way of thinking and my lifestyle. I’m trying to bring passion of my parents to the next level. Kayaking is just one of the doors to this amazing World.”
Alona Buslaieva – a person, whose remarkable efforts have raised Ukrainian and Russian female kayaking to a new level. Alona took up kayaking in 2009 and in just one year she challenged some difficult rivers of Altay. Quick progress, extreme motivation and high confidence very soon promoted her to pedestals of Russian competitions, not only in river running, but also in freestyle. As a member of various teams, Alona has been to many countries and regions, she’s also participated in several international expeditions and taken part in a lot of kayak competitions.
In 2009 Alona graduated from Kiev National University of Construction and Architecture and got a master’s degree. A mixture of art and kayaking has led her to passion for extreme photography.
– Bronze medalist of Adidas Sickline extreme kayak world championship in Austria(2015)
– Three-times winner of extreme kayak race “King of Asia” in Russia (2010, 2011, 2015)
– Two-times bronze medalist of Russian freestyle cup (2012, 2013)
«Enthusiasm for kayaking has become a crucial moment of my life, because previously I had nothing to do with any kind of sports, travelling and tourism. And a completely new, unknown and undiscovered world full of new colors and knowledge, that I’d not seen before, came into my sign. Kayaking is a way that takes us to miraculous places, connects us to wonderful people, widens out outlook and strengthens the feeling of being alive and live on this wonderful planet»
Since 2010, he has been an instructor and guide who helps Russian kayakers to progress in extreme kayaking. During this time, countless trips to the rivers of Norway, the Caucasus, Georgia, the Alps and other regions have been carried out.
Participant and organizer of kayak trips in more than 30 countries of the world.
In 2019 he fulfilled his old dream and moved to Georgia.
King of Asia race (Altai, Russia) – 2011 2nd place, 2014 and 2016 1st place
Bzhuzha Race (Georgia) – 2017 1st place, 2019 3rd place
Eporedia (Italy) – 2013 7th place
Adidas Sickline (Austria) – 2013 15th place
Little White Salmon (USA) – 2015 8th place
Alseseka race (Mexico) – 2015 7th place
Malabar river festival (India) – 2019 1st place
“The first river in my life were Chusovaya River in the Ural mountains at the age of 3 years. I don’t even know if I had a choice, because I was a water tourist in the third generation! I liked that trip, so the difficulty of the rivers gradually increased, the boats for rafting are changed, until in 2008 I finally moved to a plastic kayak. It was a revolution in my mind – kayaking became an integral part of my life, a way of learning the world and a reason for traveling to the most interesting places.”
Kirill Kosogorov – kayaker made by Altai. Having started kayaking in 2010, Kirill quickly began paddled hard rivers. This was facilitated by the proximity of the Altai Mountains with their river diversity. Kirill made a big contribution of kayaking in Altai. He organized kayaking school in his hometown, participated in the organization of kayak festivals for beginners and the main kayak race in Russia – the King of Asia.
Kirill organized and participated in expeditions in 20 countries and 3 continents. He made several first descents in Russia, China, Spain. Spends 120-150 days on the water by year.
– Champion of the Altai territory in slalom 2011
– Great Altai festival winner. China 2015
– Golden guide Altai 2016
– Winner of the alseseca kayak race in Mexico
– Personal waterfalls record – 25 meters
«Kayaking has become the main motivator for me to travel. Thanks to it, I visited different parts of our planet and made a lot of friends. I remember when I was 11 years old when I first saw kayakers and then it became my dream and then reality. Now I help other kayakers to realize their dreams and enjoy the magic of Altai.»
Kirill’s profile: http://kayak.alty.ru/