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CZ J. PRSKAVEC
PL M. POLACZYK
US M. SMOLEN
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CZ K. KUDEJOVA
DE R. FUNK
DE M. PFEIFER
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GB D. FLORENCE
SI B. SAVSEK
GB R. WESTLEY
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AU J. FOX
CZ K. HOSKOVA
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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. “Freestyle Kayaking is the Olympic contender”

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    Freestyle kayaking is now a strong contender for inclusion in the Olympic Games. World championship events are being watched by tens of thousands live and millions of viewers via TV productions.

  3. 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.

  4. Stand up paddling: a modern alternative for the traditional paddlesports in the Olympic program?

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    Friday August 7th the International Surfing Association (ISA) addressed the Tokyo's 2020 Additional Events Programme Panel in the Japanese capital. ISA revealed details of the disciplines, confirming that traditional short board surfing and stand-up paddle boarding were those chosen to be put forward to the Panel.

  5. ‘My road to gold’ with Birgit Fischer - the most successful paddlesport athlete ever

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    The starting signal! All nine start gates pull down simultaneously at lightning speed. It is on. Everything depends on doing the right thing in the coming 90 seconds. The hunt for gold has started.

  6. 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.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. Breakthrough-thinking for Olympic paddlesports program?

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    With the Youth Olympic Games being held in Nanjing, China at the moment we thought it would be a good idea to share a document Sportscene received a few weeks ago.We were asked not to share the actual document but to derive a schematic version from the concept.

  10. IOC AGENDA 2020: The full picture unanimously approved

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    The full membership of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today unanimously approved the 40 recommendations that make up Olympic Agenda 2020, a strategic roadmap for the future of the Olympic Movement, at the 127th IOC Session in Monaco.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. 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.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. Bach’s agenda 2020 headache: Sports, disciplines, candidatures, visits and age

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    It has been a hot summer for the IOC President Thomas Bach is travelling the world to be sure that the reforms he wants, through the Agenda 2020, can be accepted by all. He has a minor revolution in mind, but some of his colleagues are quite conservative, and it will not be an easy task to implement all of Bach’s new ideas.

  17. Canoe-Kayak Obstacle Finals - Nanjing 2014 Youth Olympic Games

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    France won two the four medals on offer in the canoe-kayak obstacle slalom at the Nanjing Canoeing Course on Wednesday.

  18. Golden moments at the Nanjing Youth Olympic Games

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    Belarus triumphed in the C1 and K1 head-to-head canoe-kayak sprint in bad weather on the southern side of the Xuanwu Lake in Nanjing on Sunday.

  19. Preview Nanjing Youth Olympic Games

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    Thirty-four men and 30 women canoe-kayakers will start making waves when their competition begins at the Nanjing Rowing-Canoeing School at the 2nd Youth Olympic Games, Nanjing, on Saturday, 23 August.

  20. Countdown to Nanjing Youth Olympic Games

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    The men's and women's canoe-kayak flatwater and slalom events held at the Youth Olympic Games will follow a different format to those seen at the Olympic Games and the ICF World Championships.

  21. Re-allocation of select Summer Olympic sports to the Winter Games?

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    Cycling chief Brian Cookson has reiterated his desire to discuss the re-allocation of select Summer Olympic sports to the Winter Games, despite widespread criticism of his proposals.

  22. Legends: Richard Fox on the past, present and future

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    Part 2 of our 'Legends' series, Sportscene's Nick interviews Richard Fox; Performance Director for Australian Canoeing and 10-time kayak slalom World Champion for Britain.

  23. Games journalist questions slalom’s Olympic future

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    Inside the Games, one of the top online publications covering the Olympic Movement, has questioned the financial sustainability of canoe slalom in the Olympic programme.

  24. ICF to drop men’s K2 200m from Olympics

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    The International Canoe Federation has voted to drop mens K2 (kayak pairs) 200m sprint racing from the Olympic programme to make way for a new women’s canoe event.

  25. Training for the Olympics, is it worth it?

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    I had a close friend ask me the other day – “Is it worth it?” I knew immediately what she was referring to even though she didn’t define it. She was asking, was it worth training for the Olympics even though you didn’t make it.

  26. 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.

  27. Rio Olympic programme proposal: A STEP BACK

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    I have chosen to write this article on an anonymous basis. Not because I don’t believe in what I’m writing and not because I’m afraid of standing by my point of view. I want people to step back, have a think and look at it in a different light.

  28. “Fox slams ICF over Olympic plan”

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    In contrast, high level female athletes continue to be significantly restricted in their access to canoeing events in the Olympic Games relative to men and will have to wait another seven years to see any change.

  29. C1 Women’s Canoe Events Proposed for Tokyo Olympics

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    At the International Canoe Federation (ICF) Board of Directors meeting in Lima, Peru, motions were carried to support the inclusion of C1 Women Canoe Slalom and C1 Women 200m Canoe Sprint at the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games, and to guarantee complete gender equity across both Olympic disciplines (Sprint and Slalom) by the 2024 Olympic Games.

  30. Comparing different body types of Olympic athletes

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    Working primarily with dancers, Schatz has been particularly attracted to form shaped by function. Now, in Athlete, he reaches the zenith of his photographic paean to the human body, creating an astonishing record of the specialised forms both adapted to the wide spectrum of sport and shaped by fiercely focused effort.

  31. Protests over Tokyo 2020 canoe slalom course

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    Protestors are trying to block the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games organisers from building a canoe slalom course in an historic city park.

  32. 2020: canoe Tokyo, wrestling reinstated, Bach new IOC President

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    At the 125th IOC session in Buenos Aires on Saturday night, it was announced that Tokyo would be the home of the 32nd Olympiad in 2020. Germany's Thomas Bach replaces Dr Jacques Rogge as IOC President and wrestling remains in the 2020 and 2024 Games.

  33. 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.

  34. 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.

  35. Ivan Lawler: women’s canoeing and the Olympics

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    Sportscene recently published Ivan Lawler's career memoirs, the five-time marathon World Champion also took time to talk to us about the future of women's canoe sprint.

  36. Crunch Time for 2020 Olympic Games Candidate Cities

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    Host city for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games – that’s the prize awaiting one of the three candidate cities, Istanbul (Turkey), Tokyo (Japan) and Madrid (Spain), as they made their presentations for the first time to members of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) 3 and 4 July 2013 in Lausanne, Switzerland.

  37. IOC terms for women’s canoeing

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    Women’s canoe events could conceivably make it to a future Olympic programme but it would only be at the cost of an existing canoe or kayak discipline. That was the clear message from the International Olympic Committee which spelled out the hard facts to international sports federations two days ago.

  38. Canoeing’s in the 2020 Olympics, but where?

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    The world media storm looms in September as the 2020 Olympic host city selection fast-approaches. It's a question on the tip of everyone's tongue, “who's it going to be: Istanbul, Madrid or Tokyo?' The question ought rather be “which city will do more for the greater good of sport, and more interestingly for us, which will do more for the interests of canoe sport?”

  39. Uncertain future for Munich regatta course

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    The authorities in Germany are mulling over the future of the country’s Olympic canoe regatta course in Munich. The 2,000m long facility in the Oberschleißheim district of Munich is now more than 40 years old and showing its age.

  40. Brazil hires successful sprint coach Jesús Morlán; interview

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    Recently, the Brazilian Olympic Committee (COB) surprised everyone by announcing the hiring of the Spanish coach Jesús Morlán, who holds five Olympic medals and ten world medals in his outstanding resume.

  41. Interview with multiple Olympic champion Eirik Verås Larsen

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    Eirik Verås Larsen (born 26 March 1976 in Flekkefjord) is a Norwegian sprint kayaker who has competed internationally since the early 1990s. He has participated in three Summer Olympics, and has won a complete set of medals (gold: 2004 K-1 1000 m and 2012 K-1 1000 m, silver: 2008 K-1 1000 m, bronze: 2004 K-2 1000 m).

  42. Women’s Canoe - Long Overdue

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    An In-Depth Analysis as to Why Women’s Canoe Isn’t in the Olympics

  43. The red thread to glory with Olympic golden medallist Etienne Stott

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    In the TEDx talk video Etienne Stott tells a truly inspirational story of the key moments in his journey from the age of ten, which including teaming up with Tim Baillie and the 2011 serious shoulder injury which put his hopes Olympics in jeopardy.

  44. 3-time Olympic canoe champ Estanguet’s book is out

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    French C1 gold medalist Tony Estanguet has published his autobiography. The book, “A story of balance” (or, more accurately, “Une Histoire D’Equilibre”) is an account of his life in canoeing, how he got to the top and how he survived there.

  45. Peter Kauzer looks back on his highs and lows in 2012

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    2012 was a year of highs and lows for Peter Kauzer, kayak slalom World Champion from 2009 and 2011. In a sporting way it was a year to forget. This was the first year since 2004 that he didn’t win a medal at the most important races of the season, but most painful of all was undoubtedly the Olympics.

  46. IOC rejects Hungarian women’s K4 medal query

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    The International Olympic Committee has dismissed a bid to have the winning Hungarian boat in the women’s K4 500m Olympic final disqualified on the ground that one of its members was ineligible to race in it.

  47. 100 days to the podium: Cal’s quest for C1 gold

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    Last Friday saw the launch of one of the first post-London canoeing books – “100 days to history” – which documents the quest by Spanish C1 giant David Cal for a gold medal at the 2012 Olympic Games.

  48. Upstream battle for Olympic canoe gender equality

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    In an Olympiad of so many gender revelations, canoeing remained unbalanced in London with females losing out 2:1 in the sprint with eight male categories to four and 3:1 in the slalom. Serious questions need to be raised before Rio 2016.

  49. Archive: London 2012 Olympic Games Canoe Sprint

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    London 2012 Olympic Games Canoe Sprint Great Britain Biographies Athletes Overview Eton Dorney

  50. Archive: London 2012 Olympic Games Canoe Slalom

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    London 2012 Olympic Games Canoe Slalom Sprint Great Britain Biographies Athletes Overview Lee Valley