Australian Wildwater Paddlers To Contest ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Cup

Paddle Australia’s Wildwater Canoeing Team will be contesting the 2019 ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Cup 1&2 in Treignac, France this weekend, 8-10 June 2019.

The event marks the official start to the international Wildwater Canoeing season for Australia’s national team wildwater paddlers and will be an important test event ahead of the 2019 ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Championships in La Seu D’Urgell, Spain at the end of September  (24th – 29th September 2019).

Racing in Treignac will take place on the Vézère river with the World Cup returning to the venue that 60 years ago hosted the first ICF Wildwater Canoeing World Championships in 1959.

The competition starts on Saturday, 8 June with the World Cup 1, the classic race. World Cup 2 follows with the sprint race on Sunday, 9 June.

The classic mass-start, ICF Ranking competition, will conclude the regatta on Monday, 10 June 2019.

See the race schedule HERE

Follow results HERE

Live stream is available here ►►
Date : 08-09 Jun 19, 2019

Paddle Australia Wildwater Canoeing World Cup Team

K1 Men Classic + Sprint K1 Women Classic + Sprint
Alex McIntyre (NSW) Georgina Collins (WA)
Kaylen Bassett (VIC) Demi O’Brien (WA)
Richard McMinn (TAS)
C2 Men Classic + Sprint C1 Women Classic + Sprint
Kaylen Bassett / Lachlan Bassett (VIC) Madison Wilson (VIC)
Ben Strmecki / Lewis Wylie (VIC)
C1 Men Classic + Sprint
Robert Janiszewski (VIC)


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