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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  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. 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. 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.

  6. 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.

  7. 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).

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. First ICF City-World Cup will take place in Hamburg

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    The International Canoe Federation (ICF) and the German Canoe Federation have combined to organise the first City-World Cup to take place from Friday 11th to Sunday 13th September.

  13. 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.

  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. 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.

  17. 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.

  18. 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.

  19. 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.

  20. 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.

  21. 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.

  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. 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.

  24. The (Inter)national Canoe Federation’s gender problem

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    It’s no secret that the International Canoe Federation has a gender equity problem. Women are underrepresented both on the water and in the board room. At the ICF board, women account for just three of the 29 spots, and on the water women are still fighting for equality.

  25. Olympic Champions Headline ICF Elections‏

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    Istvan Vaskuti (HUN) and Tony Estanguet (FRA) each won their respective election campaigns to secure the 1st and 3rd Vice President positions at the 2014 International Canoe Federation Congress in Warsaw, Poland.

  26. Video teaser 2015 ICF World Championships Canoe Sprint Portugal

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    The promotional video for the upcoming ICF Canoe Sprint events in Portugal ( Montemor-o-Velho) in 2015: Canoe Sprint World Cup I and ICF Canoe Sprint Juniors & U23 World Championships.

  27. ICF pushes Canadian canoeing in South Africa

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    Fresh off the success of Team South Africa at the International Canoeing Federation (ICF) Canoe Marathon World Championships in Oklahoma City in September, where the men's kayak team claimed the world number one ranking, Canoeing South Africa (CSA), together with the ICF, is making a push to popularise Canadian canoeing.

  28. Thomas Bach continues evolution Olympic movement

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    IOC president Thomas Bach has continued his campaign for the evolution of the Olympic movement. Bach: “Even when everything is going well and everything is positive, it is still necessary to analyze what the future will be, and to prepare for new scenarios."

  29. Renata Csay delivers a fifteenth world title‏ in Oklahoma

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    Renata Csay (HUN) continues to excel at the very highest level winning her fifteenth World Championship gold, adding a K2 title to yesterday's K1 victory on the final day of action at the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in Oklahoma, USA.

  30. Germany and France new 2014 World Champions canoe polo

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    Germany confirmed their total domination in the women categories against Great-Britain, while France offered a third title to their extraordinary audience in the men competition. Spain won their first world medal in a refreshing battle against Italy.

  31. McGregor and Csay Collect Gold in Oklahoma‏

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    Late dashes from two seasoned pros, Renata Csay (HUN) and Hank McGregor (RSA), proved decisive as they stole the show in their respective K1 races, the blue-ribbon event at the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships, in Oklahoma, USA.

  32. France and Germany youngsters sitting on the top of the Polo World

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    The 8000 spectators present in the boiling hot arena of Thury-Harcourt this Saturday enjoyed one more day of thrilling competition and celebrated loudly the titles of France and Germany, 2014 ICF U21 World Champions.

  33. Hungary prove their power in youth marathon events‏

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    Hungary, the paddling powerhouse dominated the opening day of action at the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon Championships winning at least one medal in every race as the Junior and U23 events concluded in Oklahoma, USA.

  34. 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?

  35. France welcomes the Canoe Polo World Championships

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    The 11th edition of the ICF Canoe Polo World Championships takes place from 23-28 September in Thury-Harcourt, France. 510 players will represent 27 countries and qualified for the competition based on the position that they finished at previous World Championships and in between, Continental Championships.

  36. South Africa aims for gold at the Worlds Marathon in Oklahoma City

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    South Africa is aiming for the number one spot in the world of men's kayak marathon racing at the ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships in Oklahoma City, which run from 23 to 28 September. "I really think finishing as the top kayak team is a very realistic and attainable goal," Team Manager Steve Jordaan said this week.

  37. Jessica Fox creates history at Worlds Canoe Slalom

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    Jessica Fox has created history winning gold in the K1W and C1W events at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Deep Creek, USA overnight.

  38. Race report Tour de Gudenaa. Europe’s longest one-day marathon

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    Saturday’s (13 September) first version of Europe’s longest one-day kayak marathon race, Tour de Gudenaa, starting in Silkeborg and finishing in Randers, a total of 73 kilometers showed to become a total Danish power show both in the men’s and in the women’s races.

  39. 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.

  40. IOC President Congratulates Paddlesports on Innovations‏

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    Thomas Bach, President of the International Olympic Committee (IOC), congratulated the International Canoe Federation (ICF) on its innovative approach to the Youth Olympic Games competition format, calling it spectacular.

  41. Marta Walczykiewicz: I trusted the coach and after the warm up, my form exploded!

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Interview with Marta Walczykiewicz: a KTW Kalisz (Kaliskie Towarzystwo Wioślarskie – Kalisz Rowing Association) kayaker, world champion and two-time runner up at the World Championships on the regatta course in Moscow.

  42. 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.

  43. 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.

  44. 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.

  45. 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.

  46. Double for Jørgensen and Kárász on final day in Szeged‏

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    Emma Jørgensen (DEN) and Anna Kárász (HUN) both won two gold medals in the K1 200m and 500m in their respective age categories on the final day of action at the 2014 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Cup in Szeged, Hungary.

  47. Last day Szeged - Hungary Grabs Six More World Titles‏

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    New World Champions continue to be crowned on a busy final day of action at the 2014 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.

  48. Day 3 Szeged - Five medals each for Poland and Hungary‏

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    Poland and Hungary proved to be the dominant nations winning five medals each as the action unfolded on the first day of finals at the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint Junior and U23 World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.

  49. Day 2 - Sharp Sprinting in Szeged‏

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    Rebeka Simon (GBR) and Anna Karasz (HUN) were two paddlers who took full advantage of the tailwind as the second day of action drew to a close at the 2014 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Hungary.

  50. Day 1 ICF Junior & U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships

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    Many of the world’s best young paddlers began their journey to the top of the sport as the 2014 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championship in Szeged, Hungary got underway in bright yet breezy conditions.