„Lofer is very proud to organise the Championships together with Germany“, said Mitterer. „I wish good luck for all athletes and a successful and fair competition.“
Canoeworlds: Jens, the 2013 ICF Wildwater Canoeing Junior World Championships will start soon. Is the organisation well prepared?
Jens Perlwitz: The conditions and the water level are excellent. The City of Lofer did everything for us to get a well prepared course and in the organisation team everybody looks forward. I am very happy to be a part of this team.
„This cooperation was a perfect conclusion, when we got the acceptance of the International Canoe Federation“, means ICF Chairman and Vicepresident of the German Canoe Federation Jens Perlwitz. „Lofer has this wonderful course, an ideal infrastructure and enthusiastic supporters. Together with the organisation of the german team I expect fantastic World Championships.“
Sun and blue sky in the early morning greeted the 100 athletes competing last weekend for the Wildwater Canoeing World Cup finals.
Impeccable as always the Adda, blue arena of water, now famous in the world of canoeing
thanks to decades of international activities Indomita Valtellina River, chaired by Benedetto Del Zoppo. Also this time the fundamental technical and economic support of A2A and Enel. The water drainage level of the Adda has earned the praise of the vertices of the International Canoe Federation.
It was, therefore, a great day of sport but also a big test for the wildwater canoeing world championship in 2014.
But the greatest praise goes to the athletes, as always, the real stars.
Gold in the men's K1 for the Frenchman Remi Pete, silver for the Austrian Gerhard Schmid, while the Bronze goes to the Slovenian Nejc Znidarcic.
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