ICF World Championships Canoe Slalom Prague
 
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K1M
CZ V. HRADILEK
CZ J. PRSKAVEC
PL M. POLACZYK
K1W
FR E. FER
FR N. NEWMAN
DE J. SCHORNBERG
C1M
GB D. FLORENCE
SK A. SLAVKOVSKY
SI B. SAVSEK
C1W
AU J. FOX
GB M. FRANKLIN
FR C. LOIR
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GB FLORENCE/HOUNSLOW
CZ VOLF/STEPANEK
SK SKANTAR/SKANTAR

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  1. Legends: Richard Fox on the past, present and future

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    Part 2 of our 'Legends' series, Sportscene's Nick interviews Richard Fox; Performance Director for Australian Canoeing and 10-time kayak slalom World Champion for Britain.

  2. Sportscene preview 2014 wildwater (downriver) season

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    Although whitewater canoeing doesn’t get as much spotlight as it’s more known cousins – the Olympic disciplines of canoe slalom and sprint canoeing – canoeing fans still look forward to the most important competitions in this discipline. This year all eyes will be turned to Italy where ICF World Championships will take place.

  3. 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.

  4. Interview with German slalom athlete Jasmin Schornberg

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    27 Year-old Jasmin Schornberg from Germany, 2009 World Champion canoe slalom and 2012 Olympian, chats to Sportscene’s German correspondent Sabrina Barm.

  5. GB Youth Raft team: Awe-inspiring journey to double World Silver and a Bronze

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    An incredible tale of determination and overcoming personal obstacles behind the GB Youth Raft team's New Zealand success.

  6. 2017 World Canoe Marathon Championships in South Africa

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    South African canoeing received a major boost with the announcement by the International Canoe Federation that the World Canoe Marathon Championships will be hosted by the Natal Canoe Club (NCC) at Camps Drift in Pietermaritzburg, South Africa in 2017.

  7. Brazil wins Men’s Open, but New Zealand shines on final day

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    The spectacular Down River climax to the World Rafting Championships in Rotorua today (Sunday) saw Brazil confirmed as the best men's rafting crew in the world, but local river expertise saw New Zealand crews excel to lock out the overall gold medals in the Women's Open and Men's and Women's Masters categories.

  8. A life outside training: Fabian Dörfler the racing driver

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    Outside of training Germany's Fabian Dörfler is not only a trojan name in canoe slalom, he is an avid racing driver progressing quickly through the ranks.

  9. White water genius on show in Rotorua, New Zealand

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    The world’s greatest exponents of white water rafting have been fine tuning their skills this week in and around Rotorua ahead of the elite and masters World White Water Rafting Championships which blast off tomorrow (Thursday) at Okere Falls near Rotorua.

  10. Final day of the IRF World Championships Rafting for U19/U23

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    The first overall winners of the 2013 World Rafting Championships have been decided with the victors in the Under-23 and Under-19 men's and women's classes being decided after an epic 45 minute down river race along the Rangitaiki River this morning.

  11. Kiwis take gold on first day of Rafting World Championships

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    It was a good day on the white water for Kiwi crews at the 2013 IRF White Water World Rafting Championships, which kicked off today on the Tarawera River at Kawerau with the Sprint and Head to Head legs for both the Under-23 and Under-19 classes.

  12. 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.

  13. The U23 World Rafting Champs from Brazil to defend their title in New Zealand

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    The team will be at the 2013 WRC [World Rafting Championship] to defend their title, which they earned in 2011.

  14. Joe Morley and Nouria Newman take the Adidas Extreme Worlds title

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    24-year old Joe Morley from Leeds in Great Britain put in a commanding final run on Ötztaler Ache River today, outpaddling a field full of the best extreme kayakers in the world, one which included the seemingly unbeatable 3-time world champion Sam Sutton from New Zealand.

  15. 6th Adidas Sickline Extreme Worlds Live

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    Between the 3rd and the 5th of October 2013, 150 of the world’s best whitewater kayakers from 24 different countries meet in Tirol’s longest alpine valley to determine the adidas Sickline Extreme Kayak World Champion on the legendary “Wellerbrücke” rapids.

  16. 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.

  17. Canoe Marathon World Championships kick off with the Junior and U23’s

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    The Canoe Marathon World Championships kicked off with the Junior and U23 events today at Lake Bagsvaerd in Copenhagen.

  18. iPhone and Android apps for the 2013 Worlds Canoe Marathon Denmark

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    Looks like a great few days ahead in Copenhagen as the ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships take place. The Masters’ events are already underway.

  19. Prague Worlds Canoe Slalom and 2013 Review

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    The Prague 2013 Worlds were a worthy celebration of 100 years of Czech canoeing. The front of Monday’s local Prague papers showed a jubilant Vavřinec Hradilek in the water.

  20. Two months to go to whitewater heaven

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    The countdown is on to the 2013 World Rafting Championships with just two months to go before 70 plus teams from more than 30 countries come to New Zealand and the Bay of Plenty to go for gold.

  21. 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).

  22. 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.

  23. Duisburg: resounding success as World Champs host

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    As the music at the after-event party cranked up to full volume, the verdict of competitors and spectators alike was unanimous - it was a brilliant World Canoe Sprint Championships.

  24. 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!

  25. Germany Secure their First Gold in Duisburg‏

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    Hosts claim their first Gold of the event as Tom Kierey (GER) overpowered a hugely experienced line-up in the K1 Men 200m Paracanoe LTA at the 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg.

  26. 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint Senior World Championships - Women’s Canoe

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    Canada's reigning World Champion and unbeaten - Laurence Vincent Lapointe - is back on the line to defend her C1 and C2 titles. In the C2, she is teaming with Sarah-Jane Caumartin after the retirement of 2-time World Champion Mallorie Nicholson.

  27. World Championships Paracanoeing decided in Duisburg

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    Experienced performers were pushed hard as competition for medals continues to intensify in Paracanoe at the 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg.

  28. Paracanoe World Championships: Chippington dominates opening day in Duisburg‏

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    Great Britain dominate on the opening day with six medals as the Paracanoe events provide the first opportunity to step on the podium at the 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Duisburg.

  29. 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.

  30. 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.

  31. Legends: Five-time marathon World Champion Ivan Lawler reflects on his fruitful career

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    In the first of our new Legends series, Sportscene talks to Ivan Lawler (GBR), multiple marathon World Champion, 1-time K2 10,000m sprint World Champion and participant in 3 Olympic Games from the late 80's to the end of the 90's.

  32. Final day of competition at the 2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships

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    The U23 Men’s K1 200 was a nail-biter that was too close to call. Six paddlers crossed the line split seconds apart.

  33. Canada’s Women’s Kayak Team a Crowd Thriller on Day 2 of Canoe Niagara

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    Canada’s women’s kayak team was a force to be reckoned with as day two of the 2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships took place under sunny skies at the Welland International Flatwater Centre. They turned up the heat and enthralled crowds with exhilarating races and close finishes.

  34. Canoe Niagara 2013 - Racing gets underway!

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    Thursday August 1st, 2013 marked the inaugural day of international competition at the newly renovated Welland International Flatwater Centre (WIFC). The Opening Ceremonies of the 2013 ICF Junior and Under 23 Canoe Sprint World Championships kicked off the celebration at the Merritt Park Amphitheatre last night and races began this morning.

  35. Canoe Niagara 2013 debuts new age category, new standards for international competition

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    In two days, the Welland International Flatwater Centre (WIFC) will welcome over 1000 participants to Canoe Niagara 2013: the ICF Junior and Under 23 Canoe Sprint World Championships.

  36. 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.

  37. Final wrap up Junior & U23 Worlds - Czech Republic and Slovakia top medal tables

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    It has been a phenomenal week of sunshine and slalom action from the best Juniors and U23 paddlers in the world, following it has been riveting and a real wake-up call for senior paddlers just how far on this field have come on this season alone.

  38. Day 3 Junior & U23 World Championships – Semi-finals day sees Jess Fox capsize to K1W goodbye

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    Summary of Day 3 results: U23; K1W Jess Fox roll costs her final place but redeems herself with first in C1W, double boats for AUS-GBR-UKR also in C1W final, C2M 1,2,3 for Czech Republic, double Junior leads for Kim Woods in K1W and C1W, fastest in K1M Heats Smolen (USA) fails to qualify.

  39. Junior & U23 World Championships – Ana Sátila; the face of Rio 2016

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    Ana Sátila, the talented and rapidly improving 17-year old Brazilian paddler, could be the most in-demand athlete canoeing has ever seen at the next Olympics in Rio 2016.

  40. Day 2 Junior & U23 World Championships – King Cédric, the next Estanguet?

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    Summary of Day 2 results: Cédric Joly's (FRA) day – number 1 in both Junior C1M Heats, U23 Czech Kudejova seals K1W double-heat firsts, Colazinari (ITA) takes surprise overall first in U23 C1M

  41. Day 1 Junior & U23 World Championships – A quality field

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    Summary of Day 1 results: U23 Jess Fox wins C1W Heats, Smolen from the US dominates K1M , Karlovsky and Jane lead C2M for the Czech Republic.

  42. Junior & U23 World Championships kick off in spectacular style

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    Our young canoe stars arrived in Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia the day before last, demonstration events yesterday afternoon, opening ceremony last night, the 2013 Junior Worlds are here and Day 1 is off as we speak.

  43. 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).

  44. First day Junior Worlds Downriver Lofer - Double strike by the Czech

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    The first day of the 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing Juniors World Championships in Lofer was also the first day of surprises and a Czech double strike. The individual classic races were on the schedule.

  45. ICF Cancels 2013 Dragon Boat Club Crew World Championships

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    The ICF announces that a decision had to be made to cancel the 2013 ICF Dragonboat Club Crew World Championships due to unforeseen circumstances within Ukraine.

  46. Interview with Jean-Michel Prono, ICF Chair Slalom: Cardiff, pumps and Prague

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    ICF Canoe Slalom Chair Jean-Michel Prono looks back at the brilliant weekend of racing at Cardiff and looks on to Prague.

  47. French excel in Solkan: three gold and one silver

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    The last competition day of 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing Sprint World Championships in Solkan ended with a big win for France. They won three gold medals in men’s C1, women’s K1 and men’s C2 event and a silver medal in men’s kayak event. The Czech paddlers won a gold medal in men’s kayak team race.

  48. Second day Worlds Solkan: Gold medals for Belgium, Germany and France

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    The second day of the 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing Sprint World Championships in Solkan gave us the names of three new/old World Champions.

  49. First finals Solkan: double win Slovenia, Hannah Brown World Champion

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    The first final results of the 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing Sprint World Championships in Solkan are known. The host nation celebrated a double win in the men’s Canadian double event and Hannah Brown (GBR) won a world champion title in the women’s kayak final.

  50. Slovenians top Friday’s heats in Solkan

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    Slovenian canoeists took advantage of the home course on the Soča River in Solkan producing excellent runs in the heats of the 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing sprint World Championships.