2014 ICF CLASSIC SERIES - DATE CHANGES FOR CRESTUMA MARATHON AND LIFFEY DESCENT
Please note that the date quoted in the 2013-6 Newsletter was incorrect.
The date for the Crestuma Marathon in Portugal is 29 June 2014.
The Marathon Committee have also been notified of and approved a change to the date of the Liffey Descent. The clash with the World Marathon Championships has now been removed and the Liffey will take place on 4th October 2014
See revised Classic Series 2014 Details Summary in scroll Bar.
ICF CANOE MARATHON NEWSLETTER 2014-1
The February 2014 CAM Newsletter is published including the following news:
- World Cup 2014
- European Championships 2014
- World Championships/Pan American Championships 2014
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For World Champs Bulletin Click Here
2013 ICF CLASSIC SERIES - ADIGE MARATHON & FINAL RESULTS
The Adige marathon, the last race of the ICF Classic Series Canoe Marathon, was completed today Sunday, October 20. The tenth edition of one of the most famous river marathons in the world witnessed more than 400 competitors racing from Borghetto di Avio (Trento, ITALY), to the finish line in Pescantina (Verona).
Tomas SLOVAK of Czech Republic, who won the ninth race of the Series in Cesky Krumlov last weekend was the winner again this week and moved up to 2nd place in the ICF Classic Series. Ist place in the series remained with Tomas JEZEC of Czech Republic from results earlier in the ten race series. 3rd place in the series was taken by Jan LAENEN of Belgium from his best 3 results of the 5 series events he complete in.
The Woman’s race in series had already been won by Pia RUHM from Germany the winner of the Gudena and with her points from other events could not be caught in the battle for the women’s title. Sabine Eichenberger, after her gold medal of Cesky Krumlov won the Adige and secured 2nd place in the ICF Classic Series with Manuela STOEBERL of Germany finishing 2nd in the Adige moving up to 3rd place in the series.
Antonin HALES from the Czec Republic was 2nd C1 in the Adige but this was enough to secure the overall Classic Series win. Tomislav LEPAN of the Croatian team won the Adige and finished in 2nd place in the ICF Classic Series with Martin NOVAK of Czec Republic finishing 3rd in the Adige and the Classic Series.
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