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International Congress of Canoeing Coaches in Spain is back
3.6.2022

International Congress of Canoeing Coaches in Spain is back

After a pause caused by the pandemic the international congress of canoeing coaches, organised in Spain, is returning this fall. The eight edition of congress for sprint canoeing, second edition for canoe slalom and the first edition of canoe polo congress will take place between 28th and 30th October in Pontevedra, Spain.

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Denmark, Germany and France victorious at ECA Canoe Polo Cup in Milan
1.6.2022

Denmark, Germany and France victorious at ECA Canoe Polo Cup in Milan

Milan’s Idroscalo hosted the ECA Canoe Polo European Cup tournament on a venue, well known for hosting major canoe sprint events, including European and World Championships. After the two days of tournament in Italy, Denmark celebrated in men’s senior division, Germany in women’s division and France in men’s U21 division.

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Franklin, Savšek, Fišerova and Rohrer crowned European Champions in Slovakia
29.5.2022

Franklin, Savšek, Fišerova and Rohrer crowned European Champions in Slovakia

The 2022 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships in Liptovsky Mikulaš, Slovakia, concluded with women's and men's C1 finals and extreme slalom races. Mallory Franklin won her second European champion title in women's C1, Benjamin Savšek his fourth in men's C1. Tereza Fišerova and Jan Rohrer were crowned European Champions in extreme slalom. 

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History was written at Canoe Slalom European Championships in Slovakia
28.5.2022

History was written at Canoe Slalom European Championships in Slovakia

What a first individual final day we have seen at the 2022 ECA Canoe Slalom European Championships in Liptovsky Mikulaš when women's and men's finals were on the programme. For the first time in history of Canoe Slalom European Championships we have two European Champions - Eliška Mintalova and Stefanie Horn in women's K1 and Jiri Prskavec won a record fifth title in men's kayak.

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