My name is Abby Holcombe and I just qualified for the 2022 Junior Women's Freestyle Kayak Team. I have the honor of representing the USA at the World Championships this summer in Nottingham, England. Freestyle kayaking is 100% self-funded, so I created these 20oz double-walled, stainless steel tumblers to help with all of the expenses associated with traveling and competing in the World Championships.
These mugs are reusable and I created them with the intention of eliminating plastic pollution and excess waste. Because I don't know about you, but I've seen my fair share of coffee cups and other garbage on the banks of the river and I hope that these tumblers will make a difference in keeping our rivers cleaner.
Beyond selling an eco-friendly product, I will donate 5% of all proceeds to American Whitewater because river conservation and protection is really important to me.
Thank you to everyone for your support, it means so much and makes such a huge impact on my #roadtoworlds!
Make sure to follow me on Instagram @adventurous.miss to stay updated on my training and experience at the World Championships!
Hi! I'm Abby, an avid whitewater kayaker enthusiast, and more specifically a competitive freestyle kayaker. In 2019, I was one of three US Junior Women that made the US Freestyle Kayak Team and had the honor of representing my country in the 2019 Freestyle Kayak World Championships in Sort, Spain. After an amazing experience at the World Championships and placing fourth in my age group, I was focused on the 2021 Freestyle Kayak World Championships in Nottingham, England!
Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, the World Championships got postponed to 2022. To some, the postponement might be a disappointment, but to me, it's another opportunity to dial in my tricks and build my strength to give the 2022 World Championships my very best shot.
As you may know, participating in the Freestyle Kayak World Championships is 100% self-funded and to give this World Championships my very best shot, I have many expenses such as entry fees, traveling to and from the UK, lodging, etc. You can be a part of my journey to the World Championships by making a donation here. Even $5 will help, and if you would like to donate more, just adjust the quantity to reflect the total you would like to contribute.