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2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European ...
May 15. - 17. 2020, London - Lee Valley, GBR
2020 ECA Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe ...
June 4. - 7. 2020, Bascov, ROU
2020 ECA Canoe Polo European Cup I
June 27. - 28. 2020, Mechelen, BEL
2020 ECA Junior&U23 Canoe Sprint ...
July 2. - 5. 2020, Moscow, RUS
2020 ECA Canoe Marathon European ...
July 23. - 26. 2020, Budapest, HUN
2020 ECA Canoe Polo European Cup II
July 25. - 26. 2020, Essen, GER
2020 ECA Junior&U23 Canoe Slalom ...
August 13. - 16. 2020, Krakow, POL
2020 ECA Junior&U23 Wildwater ...
August 19. - 22. 2020, Solkan, SLO
2020 ECA Ocean Racing European ...
September 17. - 19. 2020, Cherbourg-en-Cotentin, FRA
2020 ECA Canoe Freestyle European ...
October 5. - 11. 2020, Vaires-Sur-Marne, FRA
2021 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
January 1. 2021, Sabero, ESP
2021 ECA Canoe Polo European ...
January 1. 2021, Burriana, ESP
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Get your 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships tickets in a pre-sale
Get your 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships tickets in a pre-sale

Your priority window to purchase tickets for the 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships in partnership with Jaffa is now open! Don't miss a chance to be a part of this sporting event, which will also serve as European Continental Olympic qualifier for the remaining spots in Tokyo 2020. Priority tickets are on sale now until the 31 October and provide access to tickets at their cheapest price.

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The most important fight for Amund Vold
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The season 2019 was supposed to be the most important so far for Norwegian canoe sprinter Amund Vold (he won two medals at the 2019 ECA Junior and U23 European Championships in Račice and gold medal at World Cup in Poznan in men’s K1 5000 metres event as well as two medals at Canoe Marathon World Cup in Baerum) who was expected to start at World Championships in Szeged and fight for the Olympic spots for Tokyo 2020. Instead of this fight he had to undertake a completely different one. He was diagnosed with acute lymphoblastic leukemia and started tough cancer treatment.

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Krumlov River Marathon attracted paddlers from 24 countries
Krumlov River Marathon attracted paddlers from 24 countries

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