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. 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.

  2. Design the slalom gate and win 3000 Euros

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    The ICF is calling for designs and models for new Canoe Slalom Gates that would allow the audience and spectators to clearly understand touches by athletes.

  3. “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.

  4. Widespread changes proposed for the 2020 Olympic games canoe/kayak program

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    The International Canoe Federation (ICF) have approved a race program with some striking changes for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic games.

  5. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. The fight against leukemia - Siderus Tasiadus, a strong partner

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    Canoe slalom athlete Sideris Tasiadis is fighting hard to quality for the Olympic games, despite fighting against leukemia with his partner- against all odds.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. King of Slalomia – Exploring Canoe Slalom part 1

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    Any book written by the legendary US coach William (Bill) T. Endicott is on my must read list. The formidable reign of Fabien Lefevre The King of Slalomia is a provocative behind the scenes account of the last 15 years of Canoe Slalom.

  19. 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.

  20. Olympic Canoe Slalom qualification up for grabs – 2015 season preview

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    The World Championships returns to the UK for a third time, making use of the formidable London Olympic course at Lee Valley. The British team has secured a gold medal at both previous home World Championships – Richard Fox in 1981 at Bala and Lyn Simpson in 1995 at Nottingham. What does 2015 have in-store for the federations with Rio qualification spots up for grabs?

  21. Olympic reforms for sprint and slalom - attractiveness, understandability, smaller

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    The Olympic Games will become more colourful and exciting. This is why cut backs have to be made. Some sports may face losing their character.

  22. Olympic reforms for sprint and slalom - attractiveness, understandability, smaller

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    The Olympic Games will become more colourful and exciting. This is why cut backs have to be made. Some sports may face losing their character.

  23. A mid-Olympic canoe slalom cycle not to disappoint – 2014 season wrap-up

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    The French connection still dominates canoe slalom at this mid-point 2 years before we race on the new Rio Olympic slalom course. Here is a round-up of the 2014 season and what to expect in 2015.

  24. 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.

  25. 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.

  26. Vote for Fiona Pennie - UK #WomenInSport Calendar

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    Help Scotland’s canoe slalom Olympian Fiona Pennie make it to the pages of the 2015 #WomenInSport calendar.

  27. Coach Mike Druce escapes from Colditz and walks 600 kilometer to Switzerland

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    Slalom coach Mike Druce is escaping from Colditz and walking 600km unsupported to Switzerland to raise money for the Fred Hollows Foundation. Date of escape 26th September 2014...

  28. The French Connection – Deep Creek Worlds canoe slalom review

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    Julia Child said it was butter that made French cooking different. How else can we explain France topping the medal table with a clean sweep of the K1M podium, overall best federation plus Team gold in K1M, K1W and C2? Need I go on?

  29. 10 Predictions for the Deep Creek Worlds Canoe Slalom

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    After 25 years the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships returns to American shores. Here are our 10 predictions on what to expect for the Deep Creek Worlds, with insights from paddlers and organisers. Everything points to it being a thrilling race.

  30. 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.

  31. Ros Lawrence overcomes setback for tilt at World title

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    On the eve of this years demanding European canoe slalom season, Ros Lawrence fell ill. For someone who has always demanded so much of her body, it was a bit of a wake-up call. And probably timely.

  32. Race report World Cup Augsburg: double or nothing on the torpedo

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    Clean negotiation of the last four gates of the Eiskanal became the deciding factor for the exciting Augsburg World Cup final. Here is a short review of the overall World Cup series followed by the Augsburg race analysis.

  33. World Cup slalom final decider on the zoom-flume

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    The deciding race for medals in the overall World Cup series comes back to Augsburg. As a guide to form this season it is the final big international race before the Deep Creek Worlds next month. It is also the 100th year anniversary of the German Canoe Association.

  34. 3 Spanish medals to celebrate CADI 50th anniversary

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    Spain’s Samuel Hernanz and Maialen Chourraut went from nowhere to 60 points each for wins at their home World Cup race in La Seu d’Urgell. This was a perfect accompaniment to the 50th anniversary of CADI’s canoe- kayak. Here is a short review of the Seu race and its impact on the World Cup standings.

  35. 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.

  36. La Seu Canoe Slalom World Cup 4 in 50th anniversary of CADI

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    For the 50th anniversary of CADI’s canoe- kayak we are again back in Seu. Here is a short preview of what to expect this weekend for World Cup 4 in La Seu d’Urgell.

  37. Basque slalom paddlers campaign for artificial whitewater centre

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    Calling for the development of a new whitewater centre in the Basque country (northern Spain): K1W slalom paddler Irati Goikoetxea (ESP) and Junior/U23 Basque slalom team coach Aritz Fernandez discuss the difficulties of training in coast-locked Donostia-San Sebastian.

  38. Olympic Champion Stott confirms new partner is Proctor as the pair start on road to Rio

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    Olympic Champion Etienne Stott missed most of what should have been a post London season of glory when he suffered a serious shoulder dislocation. Then early in 2014 his Olympic crewmate Tim Baillie announced his retirement, which left Stott with an uncertain future.

  39. Review 2014 Slalom Nationals Italy

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    The new Italian Slalom champions have been decided at the end of the final runs, which took place on the Noce River in Val di Sole. They are Giovanni De Gennaro for K1, Stefano Cipressi for C1 and Angela Luisa Prendin for K1.

  40. Fastest Kevlar in Troja – Prague World Cup review

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    This review of the Prague World Cup race is also a tribute to the inventor of Kelvar® Stephanie Kwolek who passed away aged 90 this last week. It is impossible to overstate the impact that material science technology has had on canoe slalom since Geneva in 1949.

  41. Slovenian slalom World Cup supporters make more noise than the Brazilian’s at the World Cup football

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    While much of the World was focussed on 32 counties competing in Brazil the canoe slalom community with a similar number of nations were battling the best Tacen could throw up.

  42. Shakespearean drama start to 2014 World Cup – London review and Tacen WC2 preview

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    It was like a Shakespearean drama start to the 2014 season, tragedy, drama, comedy, thrills and unexpected twists and turns. Here is a review of the Lee Valley World Cup of 2014 and a preview of what to expect in Slovenia later this week.

  43. Saturday race report World Cup Canoe Slalom London

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    GB sweep: men and women's gold in canoe singles by David Florence and Mallory Franklin, 3 GB team golds and France's Boris Neveu evens things out with gold in K1M.

  44. The new improved Lee Valley - World Cup 2014 kick-off

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    This weekend we return to Lee Valley for the first key international race since the London 2012 Olympics and a year before the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships on the same course.

  45. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part XIII

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    It's hard to explain in today's slalom terms, to people who know slalom as an Olympic sport, what our sport was like only ten years ago. We who were there are now "old- school"-we were kayakers before people knew what kayakers were.

  46. Onwards and Upwards – Brazilian Canoe Slalom team

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    Back in October I described the Brazilian Canoe Slalom team as a young, highly passionate and motivated team who don’t give up and with their up and coming junior development have high expectations for the future.

  47. Not making the team - Mark Proctor moves on

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    I can normally write at any given moment, but it’s taken me nearly 6 weeks to actually sit down and want to write this article.

  48. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part XII

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    It's hard to explain in today's slalom terms, to people who know slalom as an Olympic sport, what our sport was like only ten years ago. We who were there are now "old- school"-we were kayakers before people knew what kayakers were.

  49. Penrith Junior & U23 World Championship Race Analytics

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    With a historic double for Australia’s Jessica Fox on her home water, the Junior & U23 World Championship provided the opening night of the ICF 2014 canoe slalom season.

  50. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part XI

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    It's hard to explain in today's slalom terms, to people who know slalom as an Olympic sport, what our sport was like only ten years ago. We who were there are now "old- school"-we were kayakers before people knew what kayakers were.