2015 ICF World Championships Slalom
 
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K1M
CZ J. PRSKAVEC
PL M. POLACZYK
US M. SMOLEN
K1W
CZ K. KUDEJOVA
DE R. FUNK
DE M. PFEIFER
C1M
GB D. FLORENCE
SI B. SAVSEK
GB R. WESTLEY
C1W
AU J. FOX
CZ K. HOSKOVA
ES N. VILARRUBLA
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DE ANTON/BENZIEN
FR PICCO/BISO
FR KLAUSS/PECHE

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  1. Mocké‘s shine at South Africa’ Surfski Champs‏

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    The 2015 Mazars South African Surfski Championships were not without their drama however it was Dawid Mocké who managed to conquer the conditions and the rest of the field in the men’s singles.

  2. Stellar field to assemble for South Africa Surfski Champs‏

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    The country’s best surfski paddlers will descend upon Cape Town for the 2015 Mazars South African Surfski Championships that take place in Fish Hoek this weekend, 12 and 13 December with defending men’s singles and doubles champion Jasper Mocké hoping to retain his titles.

  3. First big race and 2016 sprint season commencing tomorrow in Adelaide, Australia

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    The 2015/16 domestic canoe sprint series gets underway in Adelaide tomorrow with Grand Prix 1 set to stage the opening race of the season.

  4. 2015 Canoe Slalom season review in 3 words

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    The 2015 was the defining point in determining which nations qualified spots for Rio; so 2015 canoe slalom season in 3 words would be Rio Spots Qualified. As we speak the top athletes are in Brazil testing the new Aquece Rio course.

  5. Historic Hansa Fish Marathon decides 2015 SA K2 titles

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    Greg Louw has written his name into the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon record books by becoming the first Eastern Cape paddler in seventeen years to win the event that doubled as the 2015 South African K2 Championships after he and Andy Birkett maintained their overnight lead while Abby Solms and Anna Kožíšková successfully defended their women’s title in style on Saturday.

  6. 2015 Adidas Sickline Extreme Kayak World Champions crowned

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    After a weekend of intense racing on the legendary Wellerbrücke rapids in Austria’s Ötztal valley, 27-year old Gerd Serrasolses from Sort in Spain outpaddled a field of the world’s finest kayakers in every single round of the competition.

  7. 2015 World Championships Ocean Racing - Where? and why Tahiti?

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    My previous visits and experience of this majestic place in recent years have led me to develop a soft spot and a connection of sorts, for the venue of the ICF Surfski World Champs 2015. Check out my last blog on my path to Tahiti here.

  8. Czech paddler Jakob Adam wins Day 1 of the Green Kalahari Canoe Marathon

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    Fast flow, flat water and a few rapids marked the first day of the two-day Green Kalahari Canoe Marathon (GKCM). Four paddlers in a tight pack charged towards the finish with Czech marathon star Jakob Adam taking the Day 1 win.

  9. Jasper Mocke’s 2015 Euro Tour: Portugal, Tarifa, Gyor

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    For the past four years I’ve been fortunate enough to thaw out in the European summer chasing runs in some of the best ocean conditions the continent has to offer. This year, albeit a bit shorter, was no different as I made my annual migration north.

  10. Legendary McGregor defends World Championship crown

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    A drama laden and action packed K1 Senior Men’s race set the 2015 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships alight in Győr, Hungary on Saturday as South African sensation Hank McGregor came back from a near-minute deficit to win his sixth global title.

  11. Interview with sprint star Lisa Carrington

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    We caught up for a chat with Lisa Carrington a week before the 2015 World Canoe Sprint Championships. She was spending her final training camp along with the rest of the New Zealand team in Training in Paradise – paddling on lakes Bled and Bohinj (Slovenia).

  12. Livestream 2015 ICF City Sprint World Cup

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    The first City World Cup in Hamburg, Germany Sunday 13 September 2015 will be streamed live between 10:00 and 17:00 (CET).

  13. 2015 European Champions crowned in Krakow

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    The artificial slalom channel on the Vistula River in Krakow, Poland, hosted this year’s edition of the European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships. During four competition days twenty new European Champions were crowned.

  14. Germans pick up three gold medals and a bronze at the European Canoe Polo Championships

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    Essen, Germany, hosted this year’s European Canoe Polo Championships, with more than 400 athletes from 19 countries participating at this event. The competition welcomed teams in four categories – men’s, women’s, men’s U21 and women’s U21.

  15. Disability not stopping Olivier in maiden Fish quest

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    With the 2015 Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon just over a month away, paddlers’ preparation is well underway and it is no different for Gauteng based para-canoeist Constant Olivier who will be tackling the iconic two-day journey from Grassridge Dam to the Sports Fields in Cradock from 9-10 October for the first time.

  16. 2015 ECA Junior and U23 European Canoe Slalom Championships kicks off in Krakow

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    The Krakow slalom course will host another major canoeing event this year. After the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup race took place in June it's the youngster’s turn this time.

  17. Essen is ready for the 2015 European Canoe Polo Championships

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    Germany is all set to welcome more than 400 athletes at the 2015 ECA European Canoe Polo Championships. The championships will take place in Essen from 26th to 30th August 2015.

  18. Brazilian paracanoeists confirm two Rio 2016 slots

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    With seven medals at the Paracanoe World Championship in Milan and two newly-confirmed spots at the Paralympic Games; Team Brazil Paracanoeing have become serious contenders on the international scene.

  19. World Cup series insights ahead of Lee Valley Canoe Slalom Worlds

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    The World Cup final in Pau provided some clear insights in what to expect and which paddlers are on peak form going into next month’s ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in London.

  20. First Ever World Cup win for Austria’s Corinna Kuhnle

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    In a GB Team poster Barcelona ‘92 Tales from the Riverbank, Richard Fox was quoted as saying, “The race could be down to 105, that’s going to be very quick”. At this weekend’s Seu World Cup race all four current Olympic classes were less than 101 seconds.

  21. Sign up for the 2015 Singapore Ocean Cup

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    This year's Singapore Ocean Cup marks the 9th edition since its inaugural race in 2007. It has been steadily growing as a race over the years and keeps on attracting crews and individual paddlers from around Asia Pacific to compete in OC1/SS and OC6 categories.

  22. Wide open canoe slalom World Cup picks up back in Seu

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    After a five week break the World Cup picks up again exactly three years since the London Olympics. The paddlers have been busy putting in sessions on Lee Valley for the upcoming Worlds next month, or racing at the Pan Am Games in Minden, Canada and competing in other national championships.

  23. 2018 World Cup series in Americas - Pan Am Canoe Slalom review

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    Only an idea, but why not? It’s not such a ridiculous idea. We have had the Deep Creek Senior Worlds, Foz Junior/U23 Worlds and Minden Pan Am ahead of the 2016 Rio Olympics. A World Cup last took place in Canada here in 1997 and in US in Wausau back in 2001.

  24. Unstoppable McGregor charges to record tenth Berg title

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    Saturday’s fourth and final stage of the taxing 2015 Berg River Canoe Marathon was a historic day for South African paddling icon Hank McGregor who became the first person in history to win the 240km clash from Paarl to Velddrif for a tenth time while Western Cape local Bianca Beavitt notched up her first women’s crown.

  25. McGregor & Beavitt dominate opening Berg River Marathon

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    Hank McGregor got his challenge for a record tenth Berg River Canoe Marathon title off to the perfect start on Wednesday when he raced to a sizeable victory in the four day race’s altered first stage from Hermon to Bridgetown while Cape Town’s Bianca Beavitt dominated the women’s opening clash.

  26. Punters Guide to Form – Pan Am Canoe Slalom preview

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    Top level international canoe slalom returns to the Gull river in Minden for the first time in more than 20 years. Here is a short round-up of what to expect as well as our punters guide to which athletes are on form coming into these Pan Am Games.

  27. The Berg River Canoe Marathon - by numbers‏

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    Did you know that you have to finish the Berg marathon 10 times to be called a 'Bergie' and it takes over 46,000 strokes to complete the Berg...

  28. Andy Birkett preparing for the worlds marathon in Hungary

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    After a recent singles (K1) victory in the South African Canoe Marathon Championships in Pietermaritzburg, and second place in the doubles (K2), Natal Canoe Club star Andy Birkett will be heading overseas with his K2 partner Greg Louw to tackle two big events in preparation for the ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in Hungary in September, where South Africa will be defending the men's team title they won at the World Champs in Oklahoma City in 2014.

  29. Seniority shines – Liptovsky Canoe Slalom World Cup review

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    Seniority shone through. It was great to see Slovakian’s Michal Martikan, 36, Jana Dukatova, 32, Pavol & Peter Hochschorner, 35 taking respective home wins. Excluding the C1W class (sorry Mallory), the average age of the winners was 30. This is very significant; marking a race not dominated by the U23s! Here is a short round-up of some key highlights from World Cup 3.

  30. Mark Oldershaw named flag bearer for the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games

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    The Canadian Olympic Committee has named Olympic bronze medalist Mark Oldershaw as the flag bearer to lead Team Canada’s largest ever Pan American Games delegation into the opening ceremonies at the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games on July 10.

  31. Fast and rarely clean – Krakow World Cup final and Liptovsky preview

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    Ultra fast but rarely clean. The Krakow World Cup race was short with tight spins in every class and no margin for penalties, of which there were many. Here is a short round-up of some key highlights from World Cup 2 as well as a preview of World Cup 3 in Liptovsky Mikulas which gets underway immediately this week.

  32. So much more than just a World Cup – why we love Prague so much

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    The Czech team again took full advantage of their home race to secure 6 golds with wins in C1M, C1W, K1M as well as C1M, C1W & K1W teams. Why do we all love Prague so much? Well for one the World Cup has become a week long Paddlefest, with the Paddleride and Riverside Cross on the Vlatva river in the majestic old city in addition to the World Cup race in Troja.

  33. Germany and Hungary share first Canoe Sprint medals

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    The balance of power in international Canoe Sprint swung dramatically as the first five medals of the Baku 2015 competition were decided at the Kur Sport and Rowing Centre in Mingachevir on Monday morning.

  34. Senior ICF Canoe Slalom season kick-off in Prague

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    The 2015 ICF World Cup series gets underway with paddlers from 45 federations racing in Prague. It is a consistent venue in the calendar that has regularly hosted World Cup races and the recent 2013 Worlds.

  35. Baku 2015 European Games - Canoe sprint organisers trying to go with the flow

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    Preparations for the 1km long canoe sprint competition course along a picturesque stretch of the Kur River started 18 months ago. But controlling the flow of water from the hydro electric power plant at the Mingachevir Dam to the Caspian Sea has proved to be a major challenge for race organisers.

  36. Expedition : Papua - Grand Canyon of the Pacific

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    This “Grand Canyon” was a kind of riddle we were unprepared to solve. But in turning our backs on the daunting Canyon and the river locals call the Beriman, we turned our attention to finding a solution and a logistic that would one day make the dream of kayaking the Grand Canyon Pacific a reality.

  37. McGregor and Mocké even scores at SA Marathon Champs

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    World Champions Hank McGregor and Jasper Mocké successfully defended their men's K2 title at the South African flatwater marathon canoeing championships at Camps Drift to conclude a thrilling weekend of racing with honours more or less even between McGregor and Andy Birkett.

  38. Sunday’s Race report World Cup Canoe Sprint Portugal

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    Lisa CARRINGTON (NZL) and Mark OLDERSHAW (CAN) topped the bill with each winning two gold medals from the weekend's action at the first of three 2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cups.

  39. Saturday’s Race report World Cup Canoe Sprint Portugal

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    The world's best canoe sprint athletes set blistering times as they fought for gold in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal at the first in a series of three 2015 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cups.

  40. 2015 Surf Kayaking World Championship Spain

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    After several years of evolution of surfkayaking in Galicia and the experience of having successfully organized various international competitions for a few years, we decided that we could take a big step forward and organize a surfkayaking world championship.

  41. Beware the crocodiles – Junior / U23 Canoe Slalom paddlers look snappy in Foz

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    The natural obstacles and gates were not the only hazards in Foz do Iguassu, in which crocodiles, alligators and snakes swam around the warm up lake. It was a strange test of mental preparation before the start of an ICF Junior/U23 Worlds race.

  42. British dominate 43rd edition Amsterdam Waterland Marathon

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    The British marathon athletes have dominated this 43rd edition of the Amsterdam Waterland Marathon, part of the ICF classic marathon series. In both senior classes, the highest rankings were taken home to the British island. Only in the Junior and Masters men categories other paddlers were able to take home the biggest honours.

  43. Canoe Slalom is becoming one for the youngsters - Preview JR/U23 Worlds Foz

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    For a sport with such strong European roots, this marks a potential tipping point in the Americas. This started with the 2014 Senior ICF Worlds in Deep Creek. Now with these Junior/ U23 Worlds in Foz do Iguacu, Brazil, then next the Pan American Games this summer on the Gull river in Ontario, Canada and culminating with the Rio Olympics in 2016.

  44. New Zealand canoe polo teams Dominate at Oceania Championships

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    Six out of seven of the New Zealand representative canoe polo teams took away gold last weekend at the Oceania Championships, held at Nagambie Lakes, Victoria, Australia.

  45. Preview 43rd edition Amsterdam Waterland Marathon

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    With just a week to go another mass start in the 43rd edition Amsterdam Waterland Marathon will commence. The international reputation of this classic race is growing, 122 athletes from more than 10 countries will be taking part in the marathon part of the ICF Classic Series.

  46. GB Ocean Ski Series 2015

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    The 2015 GB Ocean Ski Series starts in just over a month's time, with a great series of five races planned, a clinic from ICF Surfski World Champion Sean Rice and the opportunity to have the use of a ski and paddle for a series race, courtesy of Think Kayaks Europe.

  47. ICF shows commitment to moving forward

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    The International Canoe Federation's Board Meeting in Marrakesh resulted in several key outcomes for the sports future including a clear commitment to deliver gender equity, an investment in online communications and motion to ensure strategic alignment to make a positive contribution to the IOC 2020 Agenda.

  48. Keith Moule and Lizzi Broughton - something big is happening!

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    This weekend Waterside D will see another two records fall, both to the same crew, Keith Moule (Chelmsford) and Lizzi Broughton (Richmond) will break the mixed K2 record for both the 35 mile course and the combined overall time for a mixed double over the series by a considerable margin.

  49. Umkomaas River Marathon triumph for McGregor and Birkett‏

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    The unlikely yet potent combination of multiple Marathon World Champion Hank McGregor and 2015 Dusi Canoe Marathon Champion Andy Birkett took to the raging Umkomaas River and produced a dominant display from start to finish to claim victory at the 2015 STIHL Umkomaas Canoe Marathon handing McGregor his sixth title at the race.

  50. Gauteng claims South African Canoe Polo Champs gold‏

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    The Gauteng Barbarians produced an upset win over the Gauteng Men’s team at the end of the South African Canoe Polo Championships on the weekend, winning the final of the Senior Men’s division at Emmarentia dam.