ICF World Championships Canoe Slalom Deep Creek
 
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FR B. NEVEU
FR S. COMBOT
FR M. BIAZIZZO
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FR F. LEFEVRE
SI B. SAVSEK
DE F. ANTON
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AU J. FOX
GB M. FRANKLIN
FR O. REBOURS
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  • Opening Ceremony Deep Creek 2014 - Worlds Canoe Slalom
  • Welcome ICF World Championships Slalom - Deep Creek 2014
  • Opening Ceremony 2014 Youth Olympic Games Nanjing
  • We are here - Deep Creek 2014 Canoe Slalom
  • Winner Payette River Games Freestyle, Mathieu Dumoulin
  • Abby Adie - 2014 Berg River Canoe Marathon
  • Graeme Solomon - 2014 Berg River Canoe Marathon
  • Andy Birkett - 2014 Berg River Canoe Marathon
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