This week ICF profiles Laurence Vincent-Lapointe. In this interview she speaks to the ICF about the rapid progress of the Women’s Canoe Category, which countries she thinks show the most promise, and her hope of competing at an Olympic Games where Women’s Canoe is included in the Sport Programme.
This summer in London the Olympic sport of Canoe/Kayak – called “Canoeing” by the International Olympic Committee – will once again exclude women at the Olympic Games. There are 2 paddling disciplines within “Olympic Canoeing”: Kayak (uses a double blade) and Canoe (single blade). Completely different boats, paddles and paddlers. The problem: There have been […]
Meet Russian Kayaker Yuliana Salakhova . We appreciate your support Yuliana! Best wishes for a successful 2012. We will be cheering for you!
Brazil’s Ana Satila wins the Pan American Championships Canoe Slalom Women’s C1 title. Canada’s Haley Daniels takes Silver, and Argentina’s Maria Sol Cassini takes Bronze. FINAL RESULTS
Brazil’s Ana Satila still in the lead after 2 heats of Women’s C1 competition, followed by Canada’s Haley Daniels, and Argentina’s Maria Sol Cassini. Heat 1: Heat 2: Keep up with the action HERE