2015 ICF World Championships Slalom
 
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CZ J. PRSKAVEC
PL M. POLACZYK
US M. SMOLEN
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CZ K. KUDEJOVA
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  1. Canoe/Kayak event for Syrian Refugees - Greater Edmonton Racing Canoe and Kayak Club

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    In a joint venture, the Greater Edmonton Racing Canoe and Kayak Club and the St Albert Canoe and Kayak Club invited a large group of Syrian Refugees to their Kirk Lake paddling facility which borders the two Cities.

  2. 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.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. Claire O’Hara preparing for the 2015 ICF Ottawa World Championships Freestyle

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    In 8 months time the ICF World Championships will be taking place on 'Garb' wave on the Ottawa river in Canada. The Ottawa River is renowned amongst freestyle kayakers as one of the best training venues and is home to some of the best surf waves in the world. In the summers there's warm water, sunshine and a mixture of small and smooth and fast technical waves and in the spring its home to some of the biggest most challenging waves ever surfed.

  6. Canoe Slalom debut at the Pan Am Games #TO2015

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    Top flight canoe slalom returns to the Gull River in Minden Hills, Ontario, Canada next July for the 17th Pan American Games. The race represents a throw-back to the by-gone days of Canoe Slalom on the developed whitewater rivers like Tryweryn, Savage and others.

  7. Duncan Paul and Donovan Boshoff finish the Yukon 1000

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    Just 12 teams entered the 2014 Yukon 1000, an unsupported biannual canoe and kayak expedition race, which is the longest in the world at 1000 miles (1 600 kilometres). Among the entrants this year were Natal Canoe Club's Duncan Paul and Donovan Boshoff, who finished in fourth place overall.

  8. From World Cup to World Cup in the Hobbit Van with Ben Hayward

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    It’s been awhile since a Canadian paddler has cracked the top 10 in a world cup race. Twenty-four-year-old Ben Hayward is doing it in style, driving around in a converted truck he’s built himself.

  9. Canada to host 2015 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships

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    The best freestyle paddlers in the World will be bringing their most impressive tricks, flips and spins to Canada next year. The International Canoe Federation has awarded the 2015 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Championships to CanoeKayak Canada to be hosted by Wilderness Tours on the Ottawa River.

  10. A life outside training IV. Baking bread with Gabriel Beauchesne-Sevigny

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    Gabriel Beauchesne-Sevigny is a member of the Canadian Men’s Canoe Team, originating from Trois-Rivières, Quebec. In 2008, Beauchesne-Sevigny represented Canada at the Beijing Olympics as a one half of the Canadian Men’s C2 crew.

  11. A life outside training III. To the movies with Jenna Marks.

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    Jenna Marks is a 23-year old canoeist and artist from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia. She paddles for the Banook Canoe Club on Lake Banook and has won multiple gold medals in canoeing representing her club, her province and her country. Jenna recently graduated from NSCAD in Halifax, Nova Scotia majoring in filmmaking.

  12. Rob Sleeth appointed GB Canoeing’s Men’s Sprint 1000m coach

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    Following a thorough recruitment process GB Canoeing has appointed Canadian Rob Sleeth as Men’s Sprint 1000m coach. Sleeth, who begins his new role later this week, comes from a highly successful 21 year coaching and senior leadership role with Canada’s National Sprint Canoe Team.

  13. A life outside training II. Angus Mortimer staying in the zone with music!

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    Angus Mortimer is a member of the Canadian Men’s Kayak Team. Born and raised in Ottawa, Angus represented Canada at the Beijing Olympics as a member of the K4 1000m crew that placed ninth.

  14. Canoe Kayak Canada seeks chief executive

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    Canoe Kayak Canada is looking for a new chief executive officer to run the organisation. The CEO is responsible for the overall operation and administration, he or she will need to drive it forwards with strong vision and a strong sense of fiscal responsibility.

  15. A life outside training. Sprint athlete Sam Hall a creator of comics

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    Sam Hall, a twenty-year-old Canadian kayaker from Dartmouth, Nova Scotia demonstrates how an athlete’s life can be filled with interests outside of training. Sam is a student at the Nova Scotia College for Art and Design (NSCAD) in Halifax where she has transformed from elementary school doodler into creator of comics.

  16. 1000 Paddlers to Montreal: Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships

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    Paddlers from 42 clubs across Canada will compete at the Canadian Sprint CanoeKayak Championships from Tuesday to Saturday at the Olympic Basin in Montréal. A total of 1000 paddlers will compete for the title of National Champion and club pride in various canoe and kayak events over distances of 200, 500, 1000 and 6000 metres.

  17. Final day of competition at the 2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships

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    The U23 Men’s K1 200 was a nail-biter that was too close to call. Six paddlers crossed the line split seconds apart.

  18. 2013 PASO Conference - Coach The Worlds

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    An invitation was issued to all countries in the Americas to send one coach to a world-class Coaching Symposium in Welland, Ontario, Canada to be held in conjunction with the inaugural ICF Canoe Sprint Junior and Under23 World Championship.

  19. Canada’s Women’s Kayak Team a Crowd Thriller on Day 2 of Canoe Niagara

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    Canada’s women’s kayak team was a force to be reckoned with as day two of the 2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships took place under sunny skies at the Welland International Flatwater Centre. They turned up the heat and enthralled crowds with exhilarating races and close finishes.

  20. Canoe Niagara 2013 - Racing gets underway!

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    Thursday August 1st, 2013 marked the inaugural day of international competition at the newly renovated Welland International Flatwater Centre (WIFC). The Opening Ceremonies of the 2013 ICF Junior and Under 23 Canoe Sprint World Championships kicked off the celebration at the Merritt Park Amphitheatre last night and races began this morning.

  21. Canoe Niagara 2013 debuts new age category, new standards for international competition

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    In two days, the Welland International Flatwater Centre (WIFC) will welcome over 1000 participants to Canoe Niagara 2013: the ICF Junior and Under 23 Canoe Sprint World Championships.

  22. Interview with sprint Head coach Scott Oldershaw from Canada

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    My position is called head coach of the national team. My job is to work with the other coaches, make sure they have what they need to do their job, take charge of team selections, plan for competitions and that kind of thing.

  23. Laszlo Toth nominated to coach Canada’s Women’s Kayak Team

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    Laszlo Toth is nominated as coach of Canada's women’s kayak team. Toth comes from the paddling powerhouse of Hungary and has coached some of the country’s top paddlers, including 2004 Olympic Champion Botond Storcz.

  24. Canadian sprint girls have got the voice

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    Taylor Potts and Maria Halavrezos, two Canadian canoeists, have been training in Florida the past three weeks in preparation for the upcoming canoe/kayak racing season. Like most teammates, Taylor and Maria spend a lot of time together on and off the water – but not every waking moment is spent focused on canoeing.

  25. Mallorie Nicholson: a true champion on and off the water

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    It’s hard to define Mallorie Nicholson in a page. She represents women’s canoe with integrity and passion. She focused on Native American issues in her undergrad of Peace and Conflict studies. Her homemade costumes are astounding. She describes Buffy the Vampire Slayer as one of her idols.

  26. Canada revamps women’s kayak coaching

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    Fancy a coaching job in Canada? The country’s national governing body for canoeing is looking for a top Women’s Kayak Coach. Reporting to the country’s newly appointed high performance director, Scott Logan, the ideal candidate will already have a successful track record of coaching at international level.

  27. Scott Logan to lead CanoeKayak Canada’s High Performance Program

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    CanoeKayak Canada is pleased to announce the hiring of Scott Logan as its new High Performance Director. Logan comes to this position with an impressive resume of leadership experience in sport, government and the corporate sector.

  28. Katrina van Wijk exploring new frontiers for women’s extreme kayaking

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    Taking a break from editing her new women's whitewater film, Canada's Katrina van Wijk has a whistle-stop heart-to-heart with Sportscene about her career, the 2012 Whitewater Grand Prix and her project TiTS Deep that is gaining incredible momentum on Facebook.

  29. Cheema Launches New War Canoe For London Olympics

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    The May sun shone brightly in Waverley, Nova Scotia today as fourteen girls and boys along with their Coxswain, Jonathan Pike from the Cheema Aquatic Club launched the new war canoe on its maiden voyage in front of hometown family and friends.

  30. What makes Paracanoe different?

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    I am often asked about what makes Paracanoe different from able-bodied (AB) canoeing. It is a bit of a tough question to answer because I have never been an able-bodied canoe or kayaker.

  31. CanoeKayak Canada fires high performance director

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    This Olympic cycle has seen a number of leadership changes within the CanoeKayak Canada organization. The latest move — the firing of high performance director Barney Wainwright on Thursday — is rather eyebrow-raising since it comes just five months before the Summer Games.

  32. Interview with ICF Chair Canoe Sprint Frank Garner

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    Frank Garner has attended three Olympic Games as Canada’s National Coach and three as an International Canoe Official. In 2012, Frank will go to the Olympics for the seventh time. He will be the Chief Official for the Flatwater Sprint events to be held in Eton, England in August.

  33. Adam Tenwolde shares his tentative 2012 season schedule with us

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    Being an Olympic year, spring training camp is going to be longer then ever before, for myself. I am going to Florida for 3 months this year. I am heading down on February 5th and staying until the last week in April, when we will then drive from Melbourne, FL to Gainesville, GA for our final preparation for Canadian Olympic Team Trials.

  34. Adam van Koeverden ‘Right to Play Ambassador’ in Mali

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    I'm on my way home to Toronto now, reflecting back on our trip. There's a lot going on upstairs, I think I'll recap Friday... it was one of the busiest, and most moving days of the week.

  35. ICF Dragon Boat Club Crew Championships

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    Dragon Boat Communities all over the world are revving up their engines as the 2011 Dragon Boat Club Crew World Championships draws nearer.

  36. 2011 WWGP - Giant Slalom

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    As the two-week tour of competition comes to a close you might be able to accuse the Grand Prix of a lot of things: a skunk reeking havoc in a hotel room, broken beer glasses in a bar in La Tuque, egos bruised, goals realized, lines missed and stomped, but no one can claim the whitewater was anything less than representative of the top end of our sport.

  37. 2011 WWGP - Big wave challenge

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    A wave on the Ashuapmushuan River was chosen for today’s freestyle competition and showcased athletes’ wave skills, which were honed to a fine point. The features called 'Pillars’, which has been surfed on previous 'Stakeout's', but never at this level, gave competitors two waves to surf.

  38. 2011 WWGP - Time Trial

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    Today the river Petite Bostonnais, chosen as the site for the Grand Prix Time Trial Race, made the best kayakers in the world think twice about climbing in their boats. The day started with a thick fog in the forests that lifted into a blue sky around mid-day.

  39. 2011 WWGP - Big water boater cross on the Rouge river

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    The Grand Prix rolled straight into the Big Water Boatercross event only a day after the Gladiator freestyle competition on the Ottawa River.

  40. 2011 WWGP - The Ruins

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    Competitors awoke this morning sore after a full day of Gladiator and the inevitable beat downs that accompany any surf session on a wave of that size.

  41. Interview with Grand Prix Director Patrick Camblin

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    I chose Quebec as the location for the Grand Prix for a few reasons: its unique abundance of high volume rivers, our knowledge of its rivers in flood, the diversity of styles of rivers (high volume + steep creeks), and simply because it's proven to be the best place for advanced freestyle features.

  42. The Yukon River Quest

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    The 740-kilometer wilderness adventure paddling race is held on the Yukon River from Whitehorse to Dawson City in Canada’s Yukon Territory. Held during the last week of June, the YRQ is known as the “Race to the Midnight Sun”. Paddlers race round-the-clock, as the sky never gets dark.