ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Prague
 
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K1M
DE H. AIGNER
CZ J. PRSKAVEC
US M. SMOLEN
K1W
DE R. FUNK
CZ K. KUDEJOVA
CZ S. HILGERTOVA
C1M
SK M. MARTIKAN
GB D. FLORENCE
SI B. SAVSEK
C1W
AU R. LAWRENCE
CZ K. HOSKOVA
CN N. CEN
C2
SK SKANTAR/SKANTAR
PL SZCZEPANSKI/POCHWALA
SI BOZIC/TALJAT
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Basque slalom paddlers campaign for artificial whitewater centre

Calling for the development of a new whitewater centre in the Basque country (northern Spain): K1W slalom paddler Irati Goikoetxea (ESP) and Junior/U23 Basque slalom team coach Aritz Fernandez discuss the difficulties of training in coast-locked Donostia-San Sebastian.

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Olympic Champion Stott confirms new partner is Proctor as the pair start on road to Rio

Olympic Champion Etienne Stott missed most of what should have been a post London season of glory when he suffered a serious shoulder dislocation. Then early in 2014 his Olympic crewmate Tim Baillie announced his retirement, which left Stott with an uncertain future.

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Third and final World Cup Freestyle kicks off in Sort, Spain

10 years after the 2004 European Championships, Sort will be the closing venue for the 2014 ICF Canoe Freestyle World Cup, after the two first stages organised in Millau (France, 25-29/06) and Salt (Spain, 01-06/07). The three events are independent, but each awards points for a final absolute ranking.

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Longest race in the world: the Yukon 1000

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.

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Double for Jørgensen and Kárász on final day in Szeged‏

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.

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Birkett & Adie steal the show at the 2014 Berg River Canoe Marathon

In what was one of the most exciting men’s races at the Berg River Canoe Marathon in a number of years, novice Andy Birkett managed to hold off Western Cape ace Graeme Solomon to claim his maiden Berg title with Abby Adie storming to a convincing win in the ladies race as she crossed the line in Velddrif on Saturday.

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Mocké clan dominate in Mauritius

It was a dominant display from the surfski heavy weights in the Western Cape as the Mocké family won both the men’s and the women’s singles at the recent Mauritius Ocean Classic that took place in the island paradise last weekend with Jasper and Nikki proving too strong for their respective fields as they claimed the top podium step.

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Clint Robinson interviews legendary waterman Oscar Chalupsky

Few paddlers hold a record comparable to that of Oscar Chalupsky, who began his multiple water sports career during his school years.

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Hank McGregor wins gruelling Molokai ocean race

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.

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How to write an amazing race report

Taking one out of the marathoner’s playbook. Nope, I’m not referring to their amazing ability to enjoy continuous pain for 3 hours straight. I’m talking about writing an awesome summary of your performance in a format that your audience will enjoy reading.

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Japanese artist arrested for distributing digital model of her vagina for 3D-printed kayak

Megumi Igarashi - or the 'good-for-nothing kid' - crowd funded the kayak based on a 3D scan of her genitalia and sent the file to backers as a thank you.

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In memoriam Bojan Žmavc (1961 – 2014)

Bojan Žmavc, sport visionary, president of Canoe Federation of Slovenia, organiser and most of all dear friend, has died on Sunday the 29th June after a serious illness at the age of 52.

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