Tomass Marnics
Tomass Marnics
Nationality: Latvian   Current Location: Winter - St.Moritz, Switzerland | Summer - Valle d'Aosta, Italy    Kayaks: Burn III, 9R
Nationality: Latvian
Location: Winter - St.Moritz, Switzerland | Summer - Valle d'Aosta, Italy
Kayaks: Burn III, 9R

I am an outdoor person in its fullest sense, who is truly passionate about river running, whitewater exploration, and skiing all over the World.

I started paddling when I was a little kid; I paddled some weird inflatable boats and rafts in the beginning, but then tried kayaking and fell in love. I'm now a member of the Adidas Sickline Kayak Team, and most of my time is spent kayaking in different places across the globe.

My main focus is expedition kayaking and multi-day adventure trips in the hidden canyons of Asia (especially Siberia), North America, and Europe. In the last few years I have organized and led a number of large-scale projects, as well as taking part in numerous big expeditions with my friends.

Beyond kayaking, I have studied Psychology, work as an Alpine Skiing Head Instructor for Ski Cool St. Moritz leading the Ski Instructor Courses for NRLI (National Russian League of Instructors), and I'm also a member of the ISIA Technical Commission.


I have always liked the Burn because of its edges; my favourite part of kayaking is paddling big volume rivers, and this boat is just perfect for that. I'm also really looking forward to taking my 9R on the bigger expeditions this summer.

// Related Team Blog Posts

Going East

by Tomass Marnics

Hi there, Just in few days I’m leaving Europe and going to take part in another 6 weeks long project. As usually at this time of the year I’m going East. The plan is to paddle all the best rivers of Altai Mountains, move further east to Sayan Mountains (both in Siberia/Russia) and then ...

Siberian Adventure With Tomass Marnics

by Matt Young

Back in February a friend of mine named Fredy from Switzerland informed me of a multi-day paddling trip to southern Siberia being organized by Tomass Marnics and asked me if I wanted to go.  I thought about it for roughly five minutes, called fellow Pyranha paddler Tony Gianfagna and immediately ...

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