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TENDER FOR THE EUROPEAN SPRINT COMPETITION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

European Canoe Association opens this tender for providing the Competition Management System for European Sprint Seniors/Juniors & U23 Canoe Championships.

TENDER FOR THE EUROPEAN SPRINT COMPETITION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM 2017 (PDF)

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ECA Wildwater Canoeing European Cup concludes in Czech Republic
30.8.2017

ECA Wildwater Canoeing European Cup concludes in Czech Republic

ECA Wildwater Canoeing European Cup season 2017 concluded with the last two races that were held in Česke Budejovice and Roudnice in Czech Republic. Paddlers from Czech Republic, France, Croatia, Slovenia, Croatia, Austria, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, United States of America and Ireland took part in the events held this August.

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Spain and Germany celebrate Canoe Polo European Champion titles

Teams of Spain and Germany are the gold medallists of senior men’s and women’s ECA Canoe Polo European Championships tournament. Germany beat France 2 – 1 in senior women’s gold medal match, while Spain beat Germany 4 – 2 in men’s final.

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First Canoe Polo European Champion titles to Germany and Great Britain

The 2017 ECA Canoe Polo European Championships in Saint-Omer, France, has the first champions. During the penultimate day of the championships in France the first medals have been awarded to the best national teams in women’s and men’s U21 category. Germany celebrated gold medal in women’s U21 tournament and Great Britain in men’s U21 tournament.

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Germany, Great Britain and Poland in top positions after day 2
25.8.2017

Germany, Great Britain and Poland in top positions after day 2

The 2017 ECA Canoe Polo European Championships in Saint-Omer, France, is in a full swing. The second day of tournament again brought 64 games in four categories – men, women, men U21 and women U21. The provisional standings in categories have changed slightly after the second day, but Germany, the 2017 World Games champion, still occupies the top positions in senior men’s and women’s part of the tournament. British men’s U21 team is in a provisional first place and Poland holds the top position in women’s U21 category.

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