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Hajo Seppelt hits hard at ‘superficial’ journalism, reveals receiving life threats from Russia

By Rayane Moussallem, AIPS Media SEOUL, May 13, 2017 - He is not the kind of journalist you meet every day. He does not seem to like how sports journalists work nowadays. Covering sports events and competitions are not part...
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SUP Surfing Hits the Water in Cold Hawaii with World Champions to be Crowned

2016 Defending Gold Medalists Zane Schweitzer (HAW)  and Shakira Westdorp (AUS) in top form, notching Wednesday's top heat totals ISA Press Release - The world's best SUP surfers took to the water and displayed their elite talent on the fourth day...

Women’s canoe added to 2020 Olympics, opening doors for female athletes

By Paul Palmeter, CBC News When the International Olympic Committee announced last week that women's canoe events will be added to the 2020 Games, it was news Hannah MacIntosh had been waiting to hear for years. "As an athlete, you have a list...

ICF rules out Belarus compensation bid for missing Olympics

INSIDE THE GAMES - The International Canoe Federation (ICF) has claimed no further payments will be made to Belarus after the country demanded up to $500,000 (£388,000/€447,000) in compensation following a decision to ban some of its competitors from...

Plans for a new slalom course in Troja, Prague

Plans in Troja/Prague for a new, second wildwater course (slalom, rafting, freestyle) are an important step closer to realisation now the City of Prague has approved buying the land that's required for the project.

1977: “Mr. Nobody [Albert Kerr] Wins the World Championships Canoe Slalom”

Written by Graham Mackereth | Pyranha Albert’s super-human performance was a surprise to many, though not to those of us who knew him; the local paper the next day was headlined, ‘Mr. Nobody Wins the World Championships’, but Albert was far...

Jenny Egan wins K1 5,000m gold in Portugal

Published by The Irish Times Jenny Egan won gold in the K1 5,000 metres at the canoe sprint World Cup in Portugal. The 30-year-old Ireland paddler came out on top in a long battle with Estefania Fernandez of Spain. Lizzie...

Could Lisa Carrington tackle four events in Tokyo?

NZ Herald - Lisa Carrington is tempted; her coach Gordon Walker is skeptical. Carrington's dazzling performance in winning four medals at the world canoe sprint championships in the Czech Republic was borne of a desire to test her boundaries and give...

Brits triumph at GoPro King of the Alps competition

British Canoeing - Saturday 10th June saw over 150 athletes from 18 different nations joined together to compete in the 6th edition of the GoPro King of the Alps. The Passier Valley in South Tirol, Italy hosted yet again an...
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Rio Olympic C2 Champion Ladislav Skantar: “to know our category is...

Writer: Alyce Burnett | Sportscene After the news that the C2 event will be removed from the Olympic program, the 2016 Olympic Champions from Slovakia...

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