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VIDEO – Snow kayaking in France

It is true that most of the kayaking is done in summer, spring and fall, but winter offers opportunities for kayaking fun as well. Outdoor Mix Festival in the ski resort of Vars, located in South-eastern France, concluded with special event – snow kayaking. See more in the following videos.

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Kacper Gondek (1993 – 2018)
26.1.2018

Kacper Gondek (1993 – 2018)

It is with great sorrow we inform you of the passing of Kacper Gondek who lost his battle with illness at the age of 25.
 
Young Polish canoe slalom canoeist was one of the most promising athletes of his generation. During his sporting career he competed at Junior, U23 and Senior level European and World Championships as well as in World Cup series.

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Alexander Slafkovský and Jana Dukátová paddlers of the year in Slovakia
25.1.2018

Alexander Slafkovský and Jana Dukátová paddlers of the year in Slovakia

Slovak Canoeing awarded the best athletes of the season 2017 in a special ceremony held this Wednesday in Bratislava. This was the first combined awards ceremony for Slovak Canoeing after Wildwater and Sprint Canoe Federation joined forces and continue their activities under one roof and new name Slovak Canoeing. The year 2017 was very successful for both canoe slalom and canoe sprint paddlers, but the main two awards went to the hands of canoe slalom stars Jana Dukátová and Alexander Slafkovský.

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Bren Orton sets British record in Mexico
24.1.2018

Bren Orton sets British record in Mexico

23-year-old British extreme kayaker Bren Orton wrote history by making the longest kayak drop in the British canoeing history. This happened in Mexico’s Big Banana Falls where Orton took on the challenge of the 128 feet drop (about 39 metres). This was the second highest kayak descent in history and the highest waterfall navigated by a British kayaker so far.

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Polish Olympic Committee awarded canoe sprinters Justyna Iskrzycka and Paulina Paszek
23.1.2018

Polish Olympic Committee awarded canoe sprinters Justyna Iskrzycka and Paulina Paszek

Polish Olympic Committee awarded the best young athletes of the year 2017 during the annual New Year’s Olympic Family Meeting held on 8th January 2018 in Warsaw. The Eugeniusz Pietrasik Olympic Hope Prize was won by canoe sprinters Justyna Iskrzycka and Paulina Paszek, and swimmer Kacper Stokowski.

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