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  1. Rio 2016 - Athletes freeze sperm over Zika virus fears + some advice…

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    British long jumper Greg Rutherford has had his sperm frozen before competing at the Rio Olympics because of fears about the Zika virus, reports BBC Sport.

  2. Live stream 2016 European Championships Freestyle - Plattling, Germany

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    Watch the 2016 European Championships Freestyle live from Plattling, Germany

  3. Preview 2016 European Championships Freestyle in Plattling, Germany

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    Over 110 athletes from 14 countries are ready to show their skills at the 2016 ECA European Canoe Freestyle Championships in Germany.

  4. Preview: 2016 USA Canoe/Kayak Slalom Olympic Team Trials Event 1

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    With the azaleas in full bloom, athletes from across the nation have come to the US National Whitewater Center in Charlotte, NC for the 2016 USA Canoe/Kayak Olympic Team Trials (April 8-9). This competition will serve as the first of two domestic Olympic Team Trials events.

  5. Racing matches hot weather at the start of the 2016 African Sprint Champs

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    With a record number of nations entered, the seventh edition of the ICF Canoe Sprint African Championships got under way at the brand new sprint course at Shongweni Dam, KwaZulu-Natal in sweltering hot weather.

  6. “Canoe Slalom Cross” (Boater Cross) presented at ICF Board Meeting in March

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    Ettore Ivaldi’s thoughts about the "canoe slalom cross" proposal that the ICF Slalom committee will present to the ICF Board of Directors later this month.

  7. Sublime Solms and Kožíšková cruise to maiden FNB Dusi title

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    After dominating the first two days of the 2016 FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon, Abby Solms and Anna Kožíšková duly wrapped up their maiden victory in the race as the focus of the final day’s racing shifted to the battle for second place on the final day on Saturday.

  8. A Dusi crown to savour for Birkett & Kime‏

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    A flawless three days of racing from Andy Birkett and Lance Kime resulted in a combined eighth FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon crown for the pair as Birkett registered his sixth and Kime his second title at Blue Lagoon in Durban on Saturday.

  9. Lawrence upstages Fox to win K1 National title

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    Rosalyn Lawrence has produced a sizzling run in the women’s K1 final to upstage London Olympic silver medalist Jessica Fox at the Australian Slalom Championships in Tasmania today.

  10. Fox outguns senior men to record fastest time in Tasmania‏

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    Jessica Fox demonstrated just why she is the number one ranked female paddler in the world by recording the fastest run on day two of the Australian Slalom Championships in Tasmania this morning.

  11. Breakfast with the Brazilian Canoe Slalom team 2015

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    If 2013 was an evening with the Brazilian Canoe Slalom team, then the Rio test event could be the warm-up breakfast before the lunch banquet along the Deodoro course next summer.

  12. 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.

  13. Anna Koziskova and and Abby Solms join forces at the 2016 Dusi

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    The 2016 FNB Dusi Canoe Marathon is set to draw a massive field for one of the world’s largest, most revered, and toughest multi-day marathons. For Abby Solms (nee Adie), next year’s race presents a fantastic opportunity to win the one major river racing crown in South Africa that has eluded her.

  14. Canoe sprint athletes worried: sports director criticises Rio Olympic race course.

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    Since several weeks, many athletes are in great concern about the water quality of the Olympic race course in Rio. It was mainly water plants that troubled the athletes during the test race this past weekend. The judgment:”Not fit for Olympia!“

  15. Para-kayaker Curtis McGrath aiming for Rio after Afghan IED incident

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    From the moment a bomb took Curtis McGrath's legs in Afghanistan two and a half years ago, he resolved to stand on top of the podium at next year's Rio Paralympics.

  16. Rio 2016 reveals calendar for 44 Olympic and Paralympic test events‏

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    The Rio 2016 Organising Committee for the Olympic and Paralympic Games announced today the calendar for 44 further test events to be held in preparation for the Games.

  17. Teneale Hatton Takes One Giant Leap Toward Olympic Dream

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    World Champion and Olympic kayaker Teneale Hatton is gearing up for another record breaking year on the water, with one of the busiest event calendars of any athlete in the sport and the backing of One Giant Leap, the New Zealand based developers of a power meter for kayakers.

  18. Bridgitte Hartley gearing up for Olympic qualification ahead of Rio 2016

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    For Natal Canoe Club sprint star Bridgitte Hartley there was one clear highlight in 2014: "Winning a bronze medal at the World Championships," she said without hesitation. That result confirmed that the 2012 London Olympic Games bronze medallist remains among the world's elite sprinters.

  19. Kayak events officially into 2016 Paralympic Games

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    The International Paralympic Committee has approved six Paracanoe kayak events for the 2016 Paralympic Games in the Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.

  20. Alana Nichols targets Paralympic gold in third sport (paracanoeing)

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    Alana Nichols, who has won gold medals at the summer and winter Paralympic Games, is targeting a unique place in sporting history by attempting to qualify for the US para-canoe team for the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games.

  21. „Paddling is perfect for us“

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    With Claus Wotruba, the kayak athletes Christian and Dominik Mathes from Regensburg talk about their big goal: the Paralympics 2016 in Rio. Christian Mathes is proud owner of a world cup bronze medal. In 2016 the athlete from Regensburg wants to compete at the Paralympics in Brazil.

  22. Popov confident that Rio is back on track for 2016 Olympics

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    Alexander Popov’s opinion has changed. In July last year the Olympic gold medallist turned IOC member was highly critical of Rio de Janeiro's preparations for the 2016 Olympic Games; now he is relieved to tell a different tale.

  23. Paracanoeist Jeannette Chippington looking back to the Moscow worlds and forward to Rio

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    By winning 2 golds at the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships Moscow in August, Great Britain's Jeanette Chippington now has 8 world titles to her name. After a solid season she looks back on Russia and her swimming days past as well as to the immediate future as the Rio Paralympics approach.

  24. IOC President Thomas Bach and Jessica Fox discuss changes to the Olympic Games

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    International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach today revealed the 40 proposals that make up Olympic Agenda 2020, a strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement, which will be discussed and voted on by the full IOC membership at the 127th IOC Session this 8 and 9 December in Monaco.

  25. Interview with Sarah Guyot - Team France catches sight of Rio

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    A few weeks ago the French canoe sprint teams were training by age and category. The juniors were in Nancy (East of France), the senior kayak men in Vaires-sur-Marne (Paris area) and the kayak women in Cesson-Sévigné (Brittany) under the leadership of Claudine Leroux.

  26. Olympic Games officials approved of the canoeing lake in Rio, despite the presence of algae

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    During their visit to Rio de Janeiro, representatives of 13 National Olympic Committees (NOC), among them former rowing and canoeing athletes, praised many beautiful areas in the city. Yet at the same time they expressed concern about the chaotic traffic in the area.

  27. South Africa Paracanoeing’s bright future comes to the fore

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    In 2016 at the Rio De Janeiro Games South Africa will have two paracanoeists – Jono Wing and Stuart Hogg – eyeing spots on the South African team that will travel to South America for the showpiece event.

  28. Model testing Rio 2016 slalom course

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    A scale model of the Rio 2016 Olympic canoe slalom course, a key element of the X-Park that will be located within the Deodoro Olympic Park, has undergone extensive testing in a laboratory at Prague’s Czech Technical University.

  29. Olympics bosses’ ‘fury’ at Rio 2016 delays

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    Olympics bosses are leaning heavily on the organisers of Rio 2016 after growing alarm that the project is lagging behind schedule. International Olympic committee President Thomas Bach is in Rio this week for urgent talks with the Olympic Games organisers.

  30. Rio Olympic kayakers’ pollution fears

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    Olympic kayakers who dip their hands into the water in the Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas in Rio before they start racing at the 2016 Olympic Games run the risk of contracting serious illnesses. And the tradition of some winning rowing crews of chucking their cox in the water after victory is also likely to be curtailed.

  31. Major row between the International Canoe Federation and Rio 2016

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    A major row has broken out between the International Canoe Federation and the organising committee of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after it proposed relocating the canoe slalom event 700 miles away from the Olympic host city to an existing course at Foz do Iguassu in the far south-west of Brazil.

  32. ICF to quantify Olympic Canoe Slalom Course Investment‏

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    Soon after INSIDE THE GAMES published the news that Rio 2016 considers moving the canoe slalom venue to a distant venue, the ICF distributed the following press release.

  33. Young talents are the hope for Brazilian Canoe Slalom in Rio 2016

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    Two young paddlers have been shining on the Olympic horizon of Brazilian Canoeing for the past two years: Ana Sátila (17) and Pedro ‘Pepe’ Henrique Gonçalves are the hope of Latin American Canoe Slalom to win a sought after Olympic medal in Rio de Janeiro, 2016.

  34. Steve Harris to Lead GB Paracanoe Programme

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    Steve, who set up the Paracanoe performance programme in September 2011, has led it though a hugely successful 2012 season with the British team winning multiple medals at the World and European Championships.

  35. Paracanoe athletes Selinger and Fernandes on new Paralympic era

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    Very excitingly, paracanoe sprint will feature at the Rio 2016 Paralympics Games for the first time ever! The cauldron at the London Paralympics may have been extinguished nearly five months ago, but a fiery excitement builds in the canoe world.

  36. Fiesta, Forever: The site of the Olympic sprint course in Rio.

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    While the bustling city of Rio de Janeiro is renowned for its beaches, iconic landmarks and partying, when it comes to the Olympic paddling events, it’s certain to create waves as well.

  37. Hay, Rapido: The future home of the Rio 2016 whitewater course.

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    While the bustling city Rio de Janeiro is renowned for its beaches, iconic landmarks and partying, when it comes to the Olympic paddling events, it’s certain to create waves as well.

  38. Olympic Park Rio 2016

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    Detailed planning will be carried out over the next months by the winning company in conjunction with the parties involved in the park construction.

  39. Paracanoeing joins Rio 2016 Paralympic program

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    In 2009 the International Canoe Federation (ICF) partnered with the International Va’a Federation (IVF) to launch the Para-Canoe Development Programme in a bid to expand the sport of canoeing to the global community of people with a disability.