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CANCELLED - 2020 ECA Canoe Polo Clubs European Championships

Saint-Omer, FRA | CANCELLED, 3.10.2020 - 4.10.2020

CANCELLED - 2020 ECA Canoe Polo Clubs European Championships 3.10.2020

We have just been informed that the 2020 ECA Canoe Polo Clubs European Championships has been cancelled despite the fact that only a few days ago the organisers were very optimistic regarding the organisation of the championships. In the meantime the health situation in Saint-Omer has worsened and is now in the red zone, therefore to ensure the safety of everyone involved it has been decided that the 2020 ECA Canoe Polo Clubs European Championships in France in cancelled. Thank you for understanding.

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Senior Champions at the startline of the 2020 ECA Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom European Championships
Senior Champions at the startline of the 2020 ECA Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom European Championships

The 2020 ECA Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom European Championships will kick off this Thursday in Krakow, Poland. Athletes from 23 European countries are expected to start on the Vistula River, among them many who already excelled at the senior level championships.

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TRAINING SCHEDULE - 2020 ECA Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom European Championships, Krakow, Poland

The 2020 ECA Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom European Championhsips will take place in Krakow, Poland, from 1 - 4 October 2020. Find the training schedule HERE.

 

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VIDEO – 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships
Friday, 18/9/2020

Enjoy the replay of the 2020 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships in Prague, Czech Republic.

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Thomas Bach, IOC president, visited canoe slalom course in Ljubljana – Tacen
Thomas Bach, IOC president, visited canoe slalom course in Ljubljana – Tacen

The well known canoe slalom course in Ljubljana – Tacen, which hosted European Championships in 2005 and 2017 as well as three editions of World Championships, had a VIP guest yesterday. Thomas Bach, president of the International Olympic Committee, was in Ljubljana and he visited training of Slovenian National Canoe Slalom team. After that he met Olympic candidates from different sports who also came to Tacen to meet Thomas Bach.

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