ICF World Championships Canoe Slalom Prague
 
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CZ V. HRADILEK
CZ J. PRSKAVEC
PL M. POLACZYK
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FR E. FER
FR N. NEWMAN
DE J. SCHORNBERG
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GB D. FLORENCE
SK A. SLAVKOVSKY
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AU J. FOX
GB M. FRANKLIN
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27 results for 'ocean'

  1. Interview with legendary ocean paddler and pioneer Dean Gardiner

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    Dean Gardiner has been one of Australia’s most successful ocean paddlers for over two decades. He is regarded as one of the best downwind paddlers by his peers around the World, with his reputation backed up by outstanding results.

  2. Sprint legend Greg Barton interviewed by Clint Robinson

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    One legend interviews the other legend. Clint Robinson interviews canoe sprint (and ocean racing) legend Greg Barton.

  3. Surfski Nikki Mocke incredible Portugal bronze after husband’s surgery

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    Bronze-medallist at the first ever Ocean Racing Worlds (Nelo Summer Challenge), 'Nikki' reflects on her down-to-the-wire Final and how dramatic events off the field cast a shadow over her week in Portugal.

  4. South Africa Dominate First ICF Ocean Racing World Championship‏

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    South Africa’s Michele Eray and Sean Rice have become the first ICF Ocean Racing World Champions by winning their respective categories in the inaugural race hosted in Portugal (12-14 July).

  5. ICF Ocean Racing World Championships: Australia and South Africa announce teams

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    We are only less than two months away from the first ever Ocean Racing World Championships, which will take place in Portugal. More than 100 athletes are expected to arrive in Portugal, representing a total of more than 30 nations. The event will take place in Vila do Conde, Portugal, between 12 and 14 of July.

  6. Aussies take top canoe slalom crowns in New Zealand

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    Lucien Delfour continued his canoe slalom rise as Australians dominated the Oceania championships on the Mangahao River near Shannon today.

  7. Silver stars come out for canoe slalom champs this weekend

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    Jess Fox cuts a relatively anonymous figure in Sydney, while Vavra Hradlilek is something of a rock star in his native Czech Republic. Two threads link the unlikely K1 pair together, however - both are Olympic silver medalists in canoe slalom

  8. Lifesaving: Surf comeback for Lisa Carrington

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    New Zealand Olympic kayaking champion Lisa Carrington is getting back into lifesaving next month. The 23-year old gold medalist from London will be competing in Adelaide, Australia – her first competitive outing since she won the 200m K1 event at the Games.

  9. Nelo Masters Camp

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    Training camps are no longer something specific for the professional athletes or national teams and the demand for a service aimed for Masters is growing.

  10. Write up 2012 Nelo Summer Challenge

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    For race day we had a normal western Europe summer’s afternoon with the north wind blowing solid after lunch. The wind helped us give everyone a chance to experience some awesome downwind conditions.

  11. 36th Annual Molokai World Championships race report

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    Covering the distance of 52 kilometres from Kaluakoi resort on the beautiful island of Molokai across the open water of the Kaiwi Channel to Hawaii Kai Towne Center on the island of Oahu

  12. Helen Brownlee: A Lady of Many Firsts!

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    Helen Brownlee’s paddling career began over fifty years ago initially in river touring, and then competitively in Sprint. Her love affair with water sports soon blossomed into Slalom and Wildwater competitions where she won many State and National level events.

  13. 2012 Oceania Championships Canoe Slalom - Livestream

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    Coming Friday, Saturday and Sunday the the 2012 Oceania Open will be broadcasted live.

  14. 2012 Bridge to Beach: one of the most spectacular paddling events in the world

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    The Manly Wharf Bridge to Beach is one of Australia’s largest open water paddling events and is regarded as one of the most spectacular in the world.

  15. Tim Jacobs rubs salt into Doctor’s wounds

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    Freshwater's Tim Jacobs today became the first man to win back-to-back Doctor ocean ski events in hot, flat, unforgiving conditions in Perth.

  16. Fenn Cape Point Challenge - McGregor too tough for Mocke brothers

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    World marathon champ, Hank McGregor, crowned his most successful season ever by winning the Fenn Cape Point Challenge after a gruelling showdown with the Mockè brothers and defending champion Sean Rice.

  17. Robinson beats Jacobs in classic final

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    Champion Freshwater ocean paddler Tim Jacobs wasn’t able to finish the 20 Beaches Ocean Classic series undefeated in the event’s final leg on Saturday.

  18. Arnaud Frennet crossed the Strait of Magellan

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    Last Friday, December 10th, Arnaud Frennet has crossed the Strait of Magellan in SUP as part of the “MallSport Magellan Expedition”, a Stand Up Paddle trip to the most Southern region of the world.

  19. Day 3 Oceania Championships Canoe Polo

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    Day 3 of the Oceania Championships Canoe Polo with the day three results and the overall final placings.

  20. Day 2 Oceania Championships Canoe Polo

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    Today the women have had plenty of action on Court 1. NZ Women came out fighting after a loss to the Australian women last night and beat the Australian Women’s B team 16-0.

  21. Day 1 Oceania Championships Canoe Polo

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    Today was the first day of competition in the Oceania Canoe Polo Championships at the Hokowhitu Lagoon in Palmerston North. It has been a day of fierce competition between the New Zealand and Australian teams in all categories.

  22. ICF World Ocean Racing Series, Coffs Harbour Australia

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    In the International Canoe Federation World Ocean Racing Series, Sunshine Coaster, Kurrawa SLSC lifesaver Ben Allen took the honours from Northcliffe Ironman Cory Hill with another Sunshine Coaster Paul Green taking third.

  23. Charl du Plessis - Waveski World Champion

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    The Scenic South seems to breed champions, especially champs in a great variety of watersports. One of the latest on this venerable list is newly crowned Grand Masters Waveski World Champion for 2011-2012, Charl du Plessis.

  24. The Steelcase Dragon Run 2011

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    This year’s Steelcase Dragon Run, set to take place on 19 November in Hong Kong, will have the most competitive international field of surfski paddlers yet.

  25. Just because you can’t see it, doesn’t mean it isn’t there

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    Life originates from the sea. The measure of salt in our blood is the same as the Ocean's. The Ocean is the largest place on earth, it covers 70% of the earth's surface.

  26. Waveski

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    Waveski Surfing is a dynamic sport combining the paddle power of a kayak with the manoeuvrability and performance of a surfboard. A Waveski resembles a thick surfboard, with a seat, fins, footstraps, and seatbelt, enabling the rider to 'eskimo roll' if overturned.

  27. The 20 Beaches Ocean Race 2010

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    Video News Flash of the 20 Beaches Ocean Race 2010. Winners were Tim Jacobs and Lauren Smith.