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. Open letter Bill Endicott: “Merging USACK with ACA and doing it now is our best hope”

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    Yesterday we published an article about USACK ending the partnership with ACA. The USACK board of directors however voted to resume the merger talks. Leading up to this vote a letter was distributed by Bill Endicott, which explains many of the issues and opportunities involved.

  3. USACK ends the partnership with the ACA

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    The USACK Board of Directors has decided to end the partnership with the ACA and no longer utilize the administrative services offered to it by the ACA.

  4. USA Canoe/Kayak and the American Canoe Association - Insight into the history

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    At the height of the Cold War and in the shadow of an Eastern Bloc boycott, the 1984 Olympic Games took place in Los Angeles, California. USA canoe and kayak athletes had been performing well leading up to the Games and ultimately Greg Barton would win a Bronze in the K1-1000 flatwater event.

  5. American Canoe Association and USA Canoe/Kayak form a new partnership

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    After months of discussions, USA Canoe/Kayak has formed a new partnership with the American Canoe Association (ACA), the oldest and largest paddlesport organization in the United States. As part of the agreement, Wade Blackwood, Executive Director of the ACA, will also take over as CEO of USA Canoe/Kayak.

  6. Green gone wild - a short report about the 2014 Green Race

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    Waking up....a quick glance out of the window....no....hold on....that was indeed snow! 4 inches of snow! If there's anything I don't like it's being cold, apart from the obnoxious feeling in my stomach, caused by the thought of facing the Notch and Gorilla today, the class V key rapid of the course.

  7. 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.

  8. 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.

  9. 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.

  10. 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?

  11. 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.

  12. 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.

  13. Duncan Paul and Donovan Boshoff finish the Yukon 1000

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    Just 12 teams entered the 2014 Yukon 1000, an unsupported biannual canoe and kayak expedition race, which is the longest in the world at 1000 miles (1 600 kilometres). Among the entrants this year were Natal Canoe Club's Duncan Paul and Donovan Boshoff, who finished in fourth place overall.

  14. 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.

  15. New Chapter for USA Canoe/Kayak: Joe Jacobi to step down later this year

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    USA Canoe/Kayak's Joe Jacobi announced today he will be stepping away as Chief Executive Officer later this year and a search will be under way for a new leader to carry forward the progress and momentum of the organization.

  16. Longest race in the world: the Yukon 1000

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    Only 12 teams have been brave enough to enter the longest canoe race in the world, the Yukon 1 000 - as in 1 000 miles (1 600 kilometres) - and they include the South African Dung Beetles, Duncan Paul and Donovan Boshoff of Natal Canoe Club.

  17. Live stream II 2014 Payette River Games - Idaho, USA

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    Live stream Sunday 2014 Payette River Games - Idaho, USA

  18. Live stream 2014 Payette River Games - Idaho, USA

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    Live stream 2014 Payette River Games - Idaho, USA

  19. Plans approved for whitewater facility in Oklahoma

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    The Oklahoma City Council approved final plans for the public whitewater facility being built as part of MAPS 3 Tuesday. Once complete, the facility will offer rafting, kayaking and canoeing for all skill levels.

  20. 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.

  21. Hank McGregor wins gruelling Molokai ocean race

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    Hank McGregor underscored his status as one of the best paddlers on the planet by winning a second title in the Maui Jim Molokai Challenge in Hawaii on Sunday, beating Australian star Clint Robinson in a thrilling finish to the tough 56km race.

  22. The Ultimate Run - 25 years on

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    In August 1989 Colin Thompson writing in Canoe Slalom Magazine described “a masterly performance by Richard Fox and a perfect run by Jon Lugbill – the undisputed champions of the World.”

  23. 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.

  24. 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.

  25. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part X

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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.

  26. Interview with slalom athlete Ashley Nee - Part II

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    Ashley Nee, 25 years old, began paddling slalom at the age of 10 with Valley Mill Camp. Ashley is a repeat member of the United States Junior and Senior slalom teams. Located in Bethesda, MD, Ashley lives with her dog Nepa, cat Farley, and her fiancé Ashley McEwan.

  27. Interview with slalom athlete Ashley Nee - Part I

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    Ashley Nee, 25 years old, began paddling slalom at the age of 10 with Valley Mill Camp. Ashley is repeat member of the United States Junior and Senior slalom teams. Located in Bethesda, MD, Ashley lives with her dog Nepa, cat Farley, and her fiancé Ashley McEwan.

  28. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part IX

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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.

  29. The 2014 Payette River Games

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    The Payette River Games are back and they are going to be even bigger and better than last year. Launched in 2013, the Payette River Games are one of the most talked about events on the world kayaking circuit. Set at the Kelly’s Whitewater Park, in the small town of Cascade deep in the heart of Idaho, the PRG's will see hundreds of competitors come together to take part in 3 days of non-stop action sports.

  30. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part VIII

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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.

  31. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part VII

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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.

  32. Interview with canoe sprint athlete Lydia Keefe Sampson

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    Meet Lydia Keefe Sampson. Lydia grew up in Seattle, Washington surrounded by a brother and mother who paddled, and competed in Sprint Canoe and Kayak.

  33. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part VI

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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.

  34. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part V

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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.

  35. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part IV

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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.

  36. USACK’ 2013 Year in Review: ParaCanoe

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    With more than two years away from the Paralympic debut of ParaCanoe. Team USA is improving rapidly and has medals in mind for Rio 2016.

  37. ParaCanoeist Bob Balk receives highest Paralympic honor

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    U.S. Paralympics announced that that U.S. Paralympian Bob Balk, received the 2013 Paralympic Order from the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), the highest honor a person can receive the Paralympic Movement at the 2013 Paralympic Awards Gala in Athens, Greece.

  38. Every Crushing Stroke - The Olympic Revolution, Part III

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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.

  39. Name the Deep Creek 2014 Mascot Challenge

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    In anticipation of next year’s event in Garrett County, Deep Creek 2014 invites you to submit an entry in the Name the Deep Creek 2014 Mascot contest. To participate, “like” Deep Creek 2014 on Facebook, and then submit your entry as a comment or private message.

  40. USA recaps their 2013 slalom season

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    The year after an Olympics is always a season of transition. The U.S. Slalom Team headed into the 2013 season needing to replace four out of five members from its 2012 Olympic Team.

  41. OKC Announced As Host for 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships

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    The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has announced Oklahoma City as the host for the 2014 ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships. The announcement was made yesterday in Copenhagen at the conclusion of the 2013 world event. The audience for the announcement included the Crown Prince of Denmark.

  42. 2013 Freestyle Worlds to feature revolutionary new scoring system

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    For the first time ever, a completely paperless real-time scoring system will help determine the winners of the International Canoe Federation’s Freestyle World Championships.

  43. Write up 2013 Mystery Championships

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    They say theres a spot called the Leslie deep in the Great Smokey Mountains that offers some of the best rides in the World. They say its the deepest, smoothest seem out there and offers some of the longest timed rides. They say its clear water and you can see everything as you go. They say its epic... Its true!

  44. 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.

  45. Jazz guitarist makes first stand up paddle from Cuba to Florida

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    Musician Ben Friberg has become the first person to stand up paddle non-stop across the Florida Straits leaving Port Hemingway, Cuba and arriving at Key West, Florida, USA.

  46. Oklahoma River World’s First Permanently Lit Racecourse

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    The Oklahoma River became the world’s first permanently lit racecourse June 29 in Oklahoma City. A ceremony marked the occasion during the second annual SandRidge Energy Stars and Stripes River Festival.

  47. Game. Only One Can Win (2013)

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    After a 4-year retirement break from a 10-year freestyle kayak career, Polly Green (NZ) decides to return to elite competition in 2010 to become the next World Champion; she has 1 year to get back to form before the 2011 World Freestyle Championship.

  48. Fabien Lefèvre, l’Américain

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    Disappointed by federal politics, henceforth the Pau kayakist has decided to race for the United States where he will set up with his family next May. He aims for the 2016 Olympic Games.

  49. US Freestyle Kayaking Team Trials Set for this Weekend

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    Top freestyle kayakers from around the country will converge on the Nantahala River near Bryson City, NC April 26-28 for a chance to be on Team USA and compete here again at the Freestyle World Championships this September.

  50. The Canoe Sprint Pines Resort 2013 - Yak for a Stack and the Harlem Shake

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    The Pines Resort, located in the small town of Indian Harbor Beach, Florida, USA, becomes the home of hundreds of competitive paddlers each spring. The majority of them are Canadian, with members of their national team as well as upcoming paddlers who are training with their Canadian clubs and regional teams.