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
C2
DE ANTON/BENZIEN
FR PICCO/BISO
FR KLAUSS/PECHE

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23 results for 'coaching'

  1. The Surfski Coaching Forum

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    This survey is primarily for surfski coaches and teachers, however interested parties are welcome to participate.

  2. Dawid Mocke’s downwind coaching sessions

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    Dawid Mocke has been racing open ocean downwind races for 15 years. He has traveled the globe as a professional paddler, has won over 30 international surfski titles and has been the World Surfski Series Champion an unprecedented 4 times.

  3. Nelo launches complete app solution for paddling

    training

    An app that is the perfect partner for paddling sessions, together with a web solution to analyse, compare and improve training.

  4. 2015 Canoe Sprint Coach Course Level 2 in Tunis

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    The International Canoe Federation (ICF) and the Tunisian Canoe Federation offered their Canoe Sprint Coach’s Course Level 2 in Tunis, Tunisia and was led by ICF Expert, Canoeing PhD Alessandra Maria Pinto.

  5. 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.

  6. Depression and comeback in sport

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    It takes resilience to compete at the highest levels of our sport, and even the most successful competitors will experience the pain and disappointment of failure at some time in their careers.

  7. Sports business and psychology experts Performance1 on-board

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    Coaching leaders and teams in the art of success, Performance1 confirms their relationship with Sportscene.

  8. What does a good coach do?

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    My own view is that a good coach is primarily motivated by seeing someone else improve, they are creative and passionate about making this happen, and they build a trusting relationship.

  9. What keeps you going as an athlete? About Mastery Motivation.

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    Over the 2012 World Cup and Olympic slalom competitions, the eighteen chances to stand on the podium were taken by 13 different K1 men and 10 different K1 women.

  10. How to deal with doubt and making major decisions

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    Decisions, decisions. Competitors are faced with choices all the time. Do I respond to the unexpected challenger in the next lane or stick to my race plan in a 1000 m race? Which line do I take on this upstream gate? What races should I do this season? Should I work with a new coach? Do I retire or keep going for another season?

  11. “They are loving the sessions!” - Lee Valley Legacy Takes Off

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    Judging from early feedback the Lee Valley Legacy project experience is really inspiring a next generation of canoe slalom paddlers. The youngsters share the venue with GB Canoeing athletes, who have gone the extra mile to make them welcome.

  12. Human Error - Gorilla, by Louise Jull

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    Then upon reaching the top of Gorilla I started to feel pretty nervous. Everyone was rallying off it and I figured I should probably join suit and do the same. Last time I ran it had been so sweet and the line had felt pretty good to go.

  13. Re-Building your confidence

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    Everyone knows that whitewater kayaking depends on your ability to stay confident. But a single bad experience can shatter this state of mind. The pain of an injury is a constant reminder that you made a mistake on the river, and injury can create a psychological challenge all its own.

  14. Sport Psychology Database Canoe/Kayak

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    On this page you will find a selection of articles on our website that discuss the topic of sport psychology from different angles in canoeing. If there is something you would like to add to this overview please contact Sportscene.

  15. Self-worth and sport: Is it time to add some pillars?

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    Participating in sport can be a rewarding experience no matter what your age. Sport can develop character, resilience, social skills, respect, independence, cooperation, a sense of belonging, and a sense of competency and mastery of skills.

  16. Does Perfection Equate to Success?

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    Elite sportspeople are often seen as role models. They demonstrate physical strength, determination, resilience, talent, and hard work. They are successful in what they do. There is a stereotype that sportspeople are ‘squeaky-clean’.

  17. How to learn from the greatest show on earth: the Olympic Games

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    After two action-packed weeks, we are getting some sleep again and are able to get things back on track after spending these two, bleary-eyed weeks watching the best-of-the-best compete at the highest level. What comes now is an opportunity for us to learn from ‘the greatest show on earth’.

  18. Dealing with failure

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    If there is one certainty in sport, it’s that everyone, no matter how good they are, will at some time fail and face disappointment. The important question is then, how do you respond to failure?

  19. Getting ready to race – the importance of a mental warm up

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    Every competitor knows that it’s necessary to warm-up before a race. But how many pay as much attention to their mental warm-up as they do to stretching their body, loosening their muscles and increasing their heart rate?

  20. How to prepare for your first Olympics?

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    The 2016 Games are approaching fast, and the next few months will be critical for athletes. I want to talk about some of the challenges that first time Olympians will face in Rio – and offer some reminders for those who have competed at the Games before.

  21. How to prepare for your first international race?

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    Question athlete: This is my first year of competing internationally – what do I need to do differently to prepare for race day?

  22. The art of performance: Sportscene & Performance1

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    Many athletes and coaches asked Sportscene to publish more articles about sports psychology and (mental) coaching. We are happy and grateful to announce our collaboration with Performance1.

  23. How to reproduce a good performance during an important race

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    Question: During training sessions I perform well and feel confident. How do I reproduce this during an important race?