Kiat.net: Olympic Games Canoe/Kayak kiat.netwhere are you home olympics sports canoe/kayak. olympic. canoe/kayak 1936 Gregor Hradetzky, Austria. FOLDING kayak DOUBLES. 1936 Sven Johansson/Eric Bladstrom, Sweden http://www.kiat.net/olympics/sports/canoekayak.html
Extractions: @import url(../../style/default.css); kiat.net where are you :: home Olympics Sports Canoe/Kayak MEN'S C1 Francis Amyot, Canada Josef Holecek, Czechoslovakia Josef Holecek, Czechoslovakia Leon Rotman, Romania Janos Parti, Hungary Jurgen Eschert, East Germany Tibor Tatai, Hungary Ivan Patzaichin, Romania Aleksandr Rogov, Soviet Union Matija Ljubek, Yugoslavia Sergei Postrehkin, Soviet Union Lyubomir Lyubenov, Bulgaria Larry Cain, Canada Ulrich Eicke, West Germany Olaf Heukrodt, East Germany Ivan Klementyev, Soviet Union Nikolai Boukhalov, Bulgaria Nikolai Boukalov, Bulgaria Martin Doktor, Czech Martin Doktor, Czech Gyorgy Kolonics, Hungary Andreas Dittmer, Germany MEN'S C2 Vladimir Syrovataka/Jan Brzak-Felix, Czech. Jan Brzak-Felix/Bohumil Kudrna, Czech. Bent Peder Rasch/Finn Haunstoft, Denmark
INTERNATIONAL OLYMPIC COMMITTEE - SPORTS canoe / kayak olympic sport since 1936, ABOUT The history of the canoe and kayak has been traced back thousands of years to when http://www.olympic.org/uk/sports/programme/index_uk.asp?SportCode=CA
:: USA Canoe And Kayak :: USA canoe and kayak Organization. We are the National Governing Body for the United States olympic team summer sports. Archery. Badminton. Baseball. Basketball. Bowling. Boxing. canoe/kayak http://www.usacanoekayak.com/
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Extractions: April 23, 2002 LAKE PLACID, N.Y. - After serving as Executive Director for USA Canoe/Kayak (USACK) for almost two years, Lisa Fish has announced she will be leaving the organization. "In a decade of service to the sport of canoe/kayak, Lisa brought an unparalleled upbeat 'can-do' attitude to our athletes, coaches, staff and volunteers," said 1992 Olympic gold-medalist, Joe Jacobi. "Her spirit and friendship to the sport will be missed." Fish began with USACK in the fall of 1994 after having served as the Director of Programs for the International Baseball Association (IBA), the international governing body for Olympic baseball. She was appointed interim Executive Director prior to the Sydney Olympic Games in July 2000 and was officially named ED a few months later. Before being named Executive Director, Fish served as the Director of Public Relations, as well as Press Officer for the 1996 and 2000 Olympic Games. Fish also served as Press Officer for the 1997 Skiing World Cup in Lake Placid, New York, as well as Press Officer for Speed skating at the 2000 Winter Goodwill Games.
Olympic Sports More sports . canoe/kayak. Basics . Courses . Technique The World Almanac 2000; "Rules of the Game"; "Summer Games Access"; "What's What in sports" More olympic sports » http://www.suntimes.com/olympics/sports/canoe_kayak
Canoe / Kayak Slalom Racing Home olympic Games sports canoeing Disciplines canoe kayak Slalom Racing canoe / kayak Slalom Racing. Rules The gates http://www.athens2004.com/Canoe-Kayakslalom
Extractions: ABOUT U.S. CANOE / KAYAK USA Canoe and Kayak (USACK) was established to recruit, train and support athletes to compete in the Olympic Games in flatwater sprint and whitewater slalom canoe/kayak racing. USACK is now the National Governing Body for all canoe/kayak racing in the U.S. USACK continues to advance the level of awareness of paddle sport through events such as Team Trials and National Championships to take advantage of the growing visibility for paddle sports. USACK provides a wide array of programs and services for athletes, coaches, officials and event organizers. Additionally USACK produces 10-15 major national and international events annually; provides information and services and works with the national media to promote the sport, athletes, events and programs; develops and maintains relationships with corporate partners and works closely with the U.S. Olympic Committee to maximize funding and support for USACK programs.
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Australia: The Games And The New Millennium allowed to compete at olympic Games unlike other sports. canoe/kayak sprint events are on flatwater courses events first appeared on the olympic games back in http://www.rochedalss.qld.edu.au/olympics/sports.htm
Canoe/kayak News (Australia)). olympic SPORT PREVIEW FAMILY TRADITION FLOWS FOR US canoe/kayak TEAM.(sports) (Daily News (Los Angeles, CA)). canoe http://www.infoplease.com/cgi-bin/id/A0873923.html
Extractions: Canoe/kayak Six Flags addressing bid issues: Canoe/kayak contest could aid Olympic hopes (The Arlington Morning News) (PR Newswire) (PR Newswire) CANOE/KAYAK WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS: Lanier venue due upgrade (The Atlanta Journal and Constitution) (The Arlington Morning News) CANOES, KAYAKS RIDE WAVE OF POPULARITY (Wisconsin State Journal) A CANOE/KAYAK FEE COULD GO A LONG WAY TOWARD CONSERVATION (Wisconsin State Journal) Australian Canoe/Kayak Flatwater C'ships Results Day 5 (AAP Sports News (Australia)) OLYMPIC SPORT PREVIEW: FAMILY TRADITION FLOWS FOR U.S. CANOE/KAYAK TEA Search HighBeam Research for: About Contact ... Privacy
HCO - Olympic Canoe/Kayak Slalom Centre to another at the new canoe/kayak slalom centre at the Helliniko olympic Complex, in coastal Athens, on Thursday, April 22, 2004. An olympic sports event in http://www.ana.gr/olympics/English/pages/OlympicVenues/StadiaEllinikou-CanoeSlal
Extractions: History Olympic Venues Olympic Sports Greece Today ... Information HCO - Olympic Canoe / Kayak Slalom Centre Agios Kosmas Ano Liossia A.O.S.C. Athens City Centre ... Vouliagmeni Ancient Olympia Heraklio Patras Thessaloniki ... Volos Construction of an artificial lake and spectator stands for the canoe/kayak events at the Helliniko Olympic Complex is in its last phase.
ABC Online News - Sports: Canoe-Kayak their paddles. History. Like so many olympic sports, canoeing and kayaking came to the fore in 19th century England. Of course, kayaks http://www.abc.net.au/news/olympics/sports/canoe-kayak.htm
Extractions: Canoe-kayak In these days of electronic timing, elite sport has become a game of centimetres, even millimetres. Rarely has this been more graphically demonstrated than at the 1988 Olympic kayaking event in Seoul. Australia's Grant Davies was initially awarded the K1 1,000 metres event. Davies had signed the gold medal register and was about to take part in the medal ceremony when, after 11 minutes of deliberations, judges decided to give the race to American Greg Barton. They ruled the American had beaten Davies by just five one-thousandths of a second.