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. Preview 2016 European Championships Freestyle in Plattling, Germany

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    Over 110 athletes from 14 countries are ready to show their skills at the 2016 ECA European Canoe Freestyle Championships in Germany.

  2. Disability not stopping Olivier in maiden Fish quest

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    With the 2015 Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon just over a month away, paddlers’ preparation is well underway and it is no different for Gauteng based para-canoeist Constant Olivier who will be tackling the iconic two-day journey from Grassridge Dam to the Sports Fields in Cradock from 9-10 October for the first time.

  3. 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.

  4. 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.

  5. 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.

  6. 2015 Surf Kayaking World Championship Spain

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    After several years of evolution of surfkayaking in Galicia and the experience of having successfully organized various international competitions for a few years, we decided that we could take a big step forward and organize a surfkayaking world championship.

  7. 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.

  8. Preview 43rd edition Amsterdam Waterland Marathon

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    With just a week to go another mass start in the 43rd edition Amsterdam Waterland Marathon will commence. The international reputation of this classic race is growing, 122 athletes from more than 10 countries will be taking part in the marathon part of the ICF Classic Series.

  9. 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?

  10. 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.

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. K3 Championships at the Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon

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    As entries opened for the 33rd edition of the popular Hansa Fish River Canoe Marathon in the Eastern Cape on 10 and 11 October, the race celebrated the announcement that it has been awarded the SA K3 Championships for 2014.

  14. 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.

  15. 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.

  16. 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.

  17. Preview of the ‘minor World Championships’ World Cup in Szeged

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    The competition on the Maty-ér regatta course where 54 nations have registered to race is going to be the last event of the World Cup Series of 2014: Szeged will be the capital city of international canoeing this weekend.

  18. Czech Republic set for World’s Fastest Paddlers‏

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    Racice in the Czech Republic is the destination for the world's fastest paddlers who are set to compete in the second ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup from the 16-19 May.

  19. World’s Fastest Paddlers Set For Milan

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    Canoe sprint paddlers from every corner of the globe are descending on Milan, Italy for the first 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup of the season that will be contested from the 2-5 May.

  20. Sportscene preview 2014 marathon season

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    The 2014 Canoe Marathon season begins with the feeling of being at the start of a new era. After a few years of establishing and consolidating a fixed format for international competitions, standardising distances, laps, and portage rules, 2014 will see a new step forward with the World Champs to be held in the USA after 14 years without visiting the American continent. On top of this, the world will be waiting to see the new format introduced at the World Cup.

  21. Sportscene preview 2014 kayak sprint season

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    The Canoe Sprint world is flying into the 2nd year of the Olympic cycle, and with only a year to go until the first round of Olympic qualifications, 2014 should be a pretty exciting season.

  22. Sportscene preview 2014 Freestyle kayaking season

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    2014 is already lining up to be another exciting year of freestyle action with major events set to be held on the best features across the World. Starting off with the Nile River Festival in Africa the season will continue with the National Student Rodeo in the UK in March, followed by a full calendar of European and USA competitions as well as other events, across the globe.

  23. Sportscene preview 2014 canoe slalom season

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    The 2013 all European ICF season spreads its wings in 2014 with the senior Worlds in Deep Creek, Maryland, USA and U23 & Junior World’s on the Penrith course in New South Wales, Australia during April.

  24. Under-23 rising stars deepen women’s Dusi talent pool

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    Pietermaritzburg – The emergence of a number of classy female paddlers has boldly broadened the elite women’s field for this year’s Dusi Canoe Marathon which gets underway at Camps Drift in Pietermaritzburg on Thursday 13 February.

  25. Prague 2013 World Championships Canoe Slalom Preview

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    We are at the culmination of an exciting year of racing at World Cup and continental championships. The Český svaz kanoistů celebrate 100 years of canoeing heritage (1913 – 2013) by hosting the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships for the third time (Lipno 1967, Troja 2006 & Troja 2013).

  26. Preview World Championships Canoe Sprint Duisburg

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    Racing at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships gets underway in Duisburg, Germany on Wednesday with the paracanoe events, the first time in the current Olympic cycle that paracanoeists will strut their stuff on a world championship stage alongside their able-bodied peers.

  27. Nantahala Outdoor Center to host 2013 Freestyle World Championships

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    For the first time since the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, GA, world championship kayaking returns to the United States. The 2013 International Canoe Federation Freestyle World Championships will take place September 2-8 on the Nantahala River near Bryson City, NC.

  28. Preview Italian Slalom Nationals in Mezzana

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    Twenty years after the 1993’s Worlds, Mezzana and Val di Sole (Trentino, in the heart of the Dolomites) are back on the scene with the Senior Italian Canoe Slalom Championships being held on Aug. 31st and Sept.1st on the rough waters of the Noce River in Mezzana.

  29. Who will become the overall winners? Preview World Cup Final Bratislava

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    We are at the last of the World Cup races already. How did that happen? The overall World Cup series in C1M, K1M and K1W is still wide open and will go down to the wire. We have all the top 10 athletes from this year’s World Cup race series so far in C1M and K1M.

  30. World Cup Seu: Following the Olympic slalom journey

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    The roadshow continues with over 200 of slalom’s elite going up into the mountains for their third duel as part of the 2013 ICF canoe Slalom World Cup series. There is something symbolic that we migrate from the ‘72 Olympic Eiskanal to Parc Olimpic del Segre in Spain.

  31. Slalom caravan rolls into Augsburg for historic 20th time

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    The international elite in canoe slalom prepare for their second duel as part of the 2013 ICF canoe Slalom World Cup series. Here is a short preview of what to expect this weekend for World Cup 2 in Augsburg.

  32. Preview ICF World Cup Canoe Slalom Cardiff

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    The international elite in canoe slalom are descending upon the city of Cardiff in Wales for the start of the first World Cup race of the 2013 season. We again return to the Cardiff International Whitewater Centre to watch our new Olympians battle it out on the swirling green waters on this short tight course.

  33. Solkan welcomes World class paddlers

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    The emerald Soča River will host another big Wildwater Canoeing competition this weekend. After the European Championships in Bovec, paddlers now await the start of the ICF Wildwater Canoeing Sprint World Championships in Solkan.

  34. Preview 2013 European Championships Krakow, Poland

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    The grand historic city of Krakow in Poland welcomes top paddlers to the 2013 ECA European Canoe Slalom Championships starting June 6th. These are important races for many European paddlers as they provide the first top level international race before the 5 race World Cup series that begins in Cardiff, Wales two weeks later.

  35. Preview 2013 ICF World Cup Canoe Sprint Poznan, Poland

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    The 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup heads to Poznan, Poland in the last of a thrilling series of three events from the 31st May - 2nd June.

  36. Ready. Set. Go. Preview of the 2013 ICF World Cup Canoe Sprint in Szeged

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    Ready. Set. Go! Beginning this Friday, May 10th, hundreds of athletes from over 50 nations, including many who competed in last years summer Olympic Games, will be competing on the Maty-ér regatta course in Szeged, Hungary which is the first stop on 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup series.

  37. Sneak preview of what to expect in the 2013 Canoe Slalom season

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    Welcome to my new ‘column’ dedicated to Canoe Slalom. So what should you expect this year? The year immediately following the Olympics is always an exciting one in itself. We see a change of guard with some retirements.