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Wildwater Canoeing

In Wildwater Racing events, the paddlers have to race their rudderless craft down a river, in the fastest time possible. Competitoin involves Classic races, which can be up to half an hour in duration, and the spectator-friendly Sprint, which is usually 400m to 800 m in length, where each run lasts just a few exciting minutes.

There are single kayak (K1) events for men and women, and canoe events, in single (C1) and double boats (C2) for both men and women. There are also team events.

DOCUMENTS can be found here.

ECA Competitions

2018 ECA Junior&U23 Wildwater ...
August 2. - 5. 2018, Skopje, MKD
2018 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
August 18. 2018, Česke Budejovice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
August 19. 2018, Česke Budejovice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Sprint Canoeing ...
August 19. 2018, Česke Budejovice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
August 22. 2018, Roudnice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
August 23. 2018, Roudnice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Sprint Canoeing ...
August 23. 2018, Roudnice, CZE
2018 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
August 25. 2018, Lipno, CZE
2019 ECA Wildwater Canoeing ...
January 1. 2019, Kobarid&Bovec, SLO
2020 ECA Junior&U23 Wildwater ...
January 1. 2020, Solkan, SLO
All competitions

NEWS

Bulletin No. 2 – 2018 ECA Junior and U23 Wildwater Canoeing European Championships
Bulletin No. 2 – 2018 ECA Junior and U23 Wildwater Canoeing European Championships

Skopje, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, will host the 2018 ECA Junior and U23 Wildwater Canoeing European Championships between 2nd and 5th August. Find the second bulletin of the championships here: https://canoe-europe.org/preview-file/eca_ww_bulletin2-1971.pdf

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Sabine Eichenberger ended her sporting career
Sabine Eichenberger ended her sporting career

The final race of the Wildwater Canoeing World Cup series in the year 2018 was especially emotional for Swiss paddler Sabine Eichenberger who waved goodbye to competitive sport at the age of 49 after 30 years she spent in canoeing.  

 

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Wildwater Canoeing World Cup series ended with a spectacle in Celje
Wildwater Canoeing World Cup series ended with a spectacle in Celje

The 2018 Wildwater Canoeing World Cup series ended with night sprint finals under the flashlights in Slovenian town Celje. The course does not offer much wildwater but the loud crowds by the Savinja River made a night to remember for the top athletes. More than 100 boats from 17 countries took part in the last world cup race of the year.

 

 

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