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New U.S. paddler Fabien Lefevre (Bethesda, Md.) won the Bronze medal in the Men’s Kayak (K-1) Saturday at the 2013 Slalom World Cup No. 1. The two-time Olympic medalist for France improved from 16th after heats and 5th after the semifinals with a penalty-free final run time of 89.14, which was 2.03 seconds behind the Gold medalist Fabien Doerfler of Germany.
In the first season since the retirement of three-time Olympian Carrie Johnson, the battle for women’s kayak supremacy was wide open. Among a host of Oklahoma City-based paddlers, Kaitlyn McElroy (Oklahoma City, Okla.) emerged as a potent threat in both kayak singles and doubles.
Posted is the 2014 USA Canoe/Kayak Slalom Racing Rules for membership review.
The '14 Olympic Hope Regatta Selection Criteria and '14 Junior World Championships Selection Criteria is now posted for membership review and comments.
The Oklahoma City Boathouse Foundation and the United States Olympic Committee announced today the renewal of a contract to maintain the Boathouse District as a U.S. Olympic and Paralympic Training Site.
Awards will be based on best practices or programs that improve performance, create efficiencies or enhance quality. One winner will be selected in December.
2013 Slalom Season Recap
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USA Canoe/Kayak is pleased to announce the dates of the 2014 Lake Placid International Regatta.
Oklahoma City begins preparations for 2014 Marathon World Championships.
A friendly rivalry was rekindled when two-time Olympian Casey Eichfeld battled with 2008 Olympian Benn Fraker in both men’s C-1 and C-2. Eichfeld won the single canoe class while Fraker won the doubles canoe final with veteran paddler Scott McCleskey.
We are just under one year from the 2014 ICF Slalom World Championships, which will be held at the Adventure Sports Center International in McHenry, Md, Sept. 16-21, 2014.
A day after Fabien Lefevre placed 4th in the men’s K-1 final, Team USA notched another Top 5 finish when Dana Mann took 5th in the women’s K-1 final as the 2013 Slalom World Championships concluded on Sunday.
A day after finishing 14th in women’s K-2 500m, Maggie Hogan and Kaitlyn McElroy placed 15th in the 200m distance.
Anja Pierce won the Bronze medal in the women’s V-1 LTA final as the ParaCanoe racing concluded on Friday. The U.S. ParaCanoe Team won a total of 4 medals over the 3-day stretch.