Monday, 6 August 2012

Lisa Carrington Olympic Games 2012


Lisa Carrington was born on 23 June 1989 in New Zealand. Lisa Carrington for water canoer, of the K-1 200-meter event at the 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships won: Carrington is 1.68 meters tall and weighs 63 kg. 
He attended high school and he Whakatane coach at the University of Authors According to Gordon Walker In the year 2009. In June he won the bronze medal at the World Cup regatta in Szeged, Hungary held competing alongside Teneale Hatton K-2 100 meters. In May 2010, and the pair won the gold medal in the event of a World Cup regatta in Vichy, France. Carrington and Hatton won three gold medals at the Oceania Canoe Championships 2010; they won 500 and 100 meters: K-2 events won and joined Rachael Taylor and Erin Dodwell the K-4 500 m. 
The pair became the first New Zealander ever to the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup final World Championships in Poznan, Poland to achieve. Her time of one minute 42,365 seconds in the semifinals qualify them for the last third fastest K-2 500 meters, but finished ninth in the final position. In 2011, ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Szeged, Armenia, Carrington won the gold medal in the women's K-1 200 meters event, he became the first New Zealand woman to win the world title in the canoe. Result for the Olympic qualifying place in New Zealand. 
The 2012 Oceania Championships gold medal in the K-1 200 meters Carrington and K-2 200 m with Erin Taylor. He was elected in 2012 Olympic Summer Games in New Zealand, London, United Kingdom. He plans to compete in the K-2 500 meters in addition to Taylor, and K-1 200 meters. Olympic Canoe Sprint Tickets for London Olympic Games 2012 are on Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange. Buy and Sell Olympic Tickets for London Olympic Games.

Friday, 20 July 2012

Alana Nicholls in Olympic Canoe Sprint Events

Alana Nicholls was born on 6 April 1986 in Perth, Western Australia in Perth. Alana Nicholls is an Australian kayaker.  She was elected to the 2012 Olympic Games in Australia in the K-1 200 m and 500 m K-1 events. 
LANS was nicknamed Nicholls was attended Our Lady of Lourdes High School Chisholm Catholic College until she was forced to work part-time work for CITIC Pacific Mining Management, a mining company. 2012 she lived in the Perth suburb of City Beach. Nicholls is a member of Bayswater and has a scholarship with a boat SPORTS CLUB and the WA Institute of Sport Australian Institute of Sport. Their primary training site is located in Bayswater, Western Australia on the Gold Coast in the construction of a second base. 
She is currently provided by Ramon, Michael Anderson and Lakes, which became their coach in 2008 coached. Nicholls competed in his first World Cup, World Cup 2 - Racice, Czech Republic, where in 2011 he won the K-1 500 meters event  She finished fourth and fifth in the K1 200 m, K1 500 million in the 2011 world event event The Szeged, finished second in the K1 500 million at the World Cup event Hungary. She 1 in Poznan, Poland she was the 2011 Australian Canoeing Athletes of the Year. 
In 2012 she medaled in the K-1 200 m, and K-1 500 million for a new event in the world may, in the first K1 500 m, and the first event in the K1 200 meters event at the 2012 National Championship Penrith Armenia, Australia, and They finished first in the K1 500 K1 200 meter event and second event of the Sprint Oceania Championships in Penrith Australia 2012. Nicholls was the 2012 Olympic Games; Australia is a K-1 200 m and 500 m K-1 events. Prior to the start of the game, he and his team at the AIS European Training Centre in Italy gondola train Varese. Olympic Canoe Sprint Tickets for London Games are On Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange.

Saturday, 14 July 2012

Bridgette Hartley in Olympic Canoe Sprint Events

Bridgette Hartley was born July 14, 1983 in South Africa. Bridgette Hartley is a South African sprint canoer who has competed since the late 2000s. 
Bridgette Hartley was selected in 2012 Olympic Canoe Sprint Events in 2012 Olympic Games form South Africa. She won a bronze medal in the K-1 1000 m event at the 2009 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Dartmouth. Hartley became the first women from both South Africa and the African region to medal at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships. 
Canoe Sprint races held on quiet water on a straight lines dedicated lanes for each athletes. Olympic Canoe Sprint Events at the 2012 Summer Olympic Games in London, UK are programmed to be started 6-11 August in Eton Dorney. 
She also competed in the K-2 500 meters event at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, but was eliminated in the semifinals. OlympicCanoe Sprint Tickets for London Olympic Games 2012 are On Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange.

Saturday, 7 July 2012

Natasa Janics Olympic Canoe Sprint Player

Natasa Janics was born on June 24, 1982 in Backa Palanka, SFR Yugoslavia. Natasa Janics is a Hungarian sprint canoer Player with a Serbian background.  She won two gold medals in sprint canoeing events in the 2004 Summer Olympics, and the other gold and silver in the summer Olympics in 2008. 
She has 22 medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint Championships won 18 gold medals and four silver medals. Natasa increased by Serbian and Yugoslav fighting for the summer Olympics in 2000 before moving to Hungary. She is the daughter of the late Milan Janic, Serbia canoer who won a silver medal for Yugoslavia in the 1984 Olympics in Los Angeles Both his brother and Stjepan Janic Mico and paddlers competing for Croatia since 2004. 
He took part in the Olympic Games in 2008, even though it was appointed Mico only, by reservation. He was a Hungarian athlete in the 2004 and 2010 voted. Together, Katalin Kovacs of Hungary, he earned the title of sport steam in 2005, 2006 and 2010.

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Natasa Janics’s Medals Table
Olympic Games
Medal
Games City
Category
Gold
2004 Athens
K-1 500 m
Gold
2004 Athens
K-2 500 m
Gold
2008 Beijing
K-2 500 m
Silver
2008 Beijing
K-4 500 m
World Championships
Gold
2002 Seville
K-4 200 m
Gold
2003 Gainesville
K-4 1000 m
Gold
2005 Zagreb
K-2 200 m
Gold
2005 Zagreb
K-2 500 m
Gold
2005 Zagreb
K-2 1000 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-2 200 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-2 500 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-2 1000 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-4 200 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-4 500 m
Gold
2006 Szeged
K-4 1000 m
Gold
2007 Duisburg
K-1 200 m
Gold
2009 Dartmouth
K-1 200 m
Gold
2009 Dartmouth
K-2 200 m
Gold
2009 Dartmouth
K-4 500 m
Gold
2010 Poznań
K-1 200 m
Gold
2010 Poznań
K-2 200 m
Gold
2010 Poznań
K-4 500 m
Silver
2009 Dartmouth
K-1 4 x 200 m
Silver
2009 Dartmouth
K-4 200 m
Silver
2010 Poznań
K-1 500 m
Silver
2010 Poznań
K-1 4 x 200 m
European Championships
Gold
2012 Zagreb
K-1 200 m


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Wednesday, 4 July 2012

Naomi Flood in Olympic Canoe Sprint 2012

Naomi Floody was born on 17 April, 1986 in Sydney to Surf and Surf Lifesaving, including swimming, brilliant water sports, including the number of them and was raised in the northern beach is sand and the waves and the sea, and their passion for their affinity with their claws as on his return, has seen a wave riding ever seen. 
She took the title of Australian Junior Board races and believe everything is finished fifth in the open iron woman events Floody 17-year-old fresh face out of the darkness came in 2003. To win three years and a number of countries, Australia and world championship gold medals later, in 2006 Floody Ironwoman final, Australia, Gold Coast, highlighted the world in Kurrawa beach lifesaving award, the highest performance is achieved in the highlight of her young career. And all the competition out of the water, floods in Australia and the sport has been described by one of the toughest female performer. Floody is the world championships in Germany in 2008 to stamp their authority on the international stage. She backed up and to Australia after a few days skiing with her Ironwoman her where Manly Club represented both titles won before the race, won six gold medals and one silver medal. 
In 2009, Naomi other career milestone when he was crowned champion Kellogg's Nutri Grain in 2009, Iron Woman Series. Place over 5 rounds on the east coast of Australia, the first in a series surf sports series in the world and is the strongest, toughest surf lifesavers around the country. When the 2010 World Lifesaving Championships in Egypt Floody defended his ski racing titles, finished second Iron Woman, claiming a number of gold medals in team sports as part of the victorious Australian team. More recently, Naomi was his 11 Australian Surf Lifesaving team traveled to New Zealand in 2011, three events in the Tri-Nations competition expert ski paddlers’ Australian team won all three tests, and Naomi was undefeated in all the ski events. In recent seasons, Naomi has a lot of promise sprint kayak and has shown a burning desire to compete for Australia at the London Olympics in 2012. 
The first milestone in the achievement of this objective was achieved, when their first season in which they are in 2010 Australian sprint kayak team went to Europe to appeal to the European season in 2010, such as the World Cup and World Cup races have been selected. Naomi has recently followed this four gold medals in the women's K1 1000m, 1000m K2, K4 500m and K2 500m sprint at the Australian National's kayak, which saw him win the selection of the 2011 Australian kayak team. Naomi returned to Europe and was the third and the women's K4 500m World Cup 2 in Poland, and later third women's K1 1000m World Championships in Hungary. In 2012, Naomi began the outstanding achievements of the citizens and the Grand Prix events, they deserve the choice of the 2012 London Olympic sprint kayak team, where they saw the K2 500m event in the competition. Buy Olympic Canoe Sprint Tickets from Sport Ticket Exchange.

Friday, 29 June 2012

Saul Craviotto in 2012 Olympic Canoe Sprint

Saul Craviotto was born in November 3, 1984 at LLEIDA, Spain. Saul Craviotto is a Spanish sprint canoer who has been racing since the mid 2000s. He won the gold medal in the K-2 500 m event with Carlos Perez at the 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing. 
Craviotto also won four medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with two gold medals and two silvers. Saul Craviotto and Carlos Perez Spain celebrate their gold medals after competing in a double kayak (K2) 500 meter final in the men's Canoe / Kayak Flatwater event at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing Canoeing Park on Day 15 in Beijing, summer 2008 Olympics, 23 August 2008 in Beijing, China. 
Spain's Saul Craviotto and Carlos Perez won gold in the men's kayak K2 500 million, narrowly pipping Champions Ronald Rauhe and is racing athletes from Germany to second place.
Summer Olympic Games
Medal
Year
Catagory
Gold
2008
K2 500m men
Canoeing World Championship
Gold
2011
K1 4x200m relay men
Gold
2010
K1 4x200m relay men
Silver
2010
K2 200m men
Gold
2009
K1 4x200m relay men
Silver
2009
K2 200m men


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Saturday, 16 June 2012

Rachel Cawthorn in London Olympic Games

Rachel Cawthorn was born on 3 November 1988, and Guildford in surrey. Rachel Cawthorn British sprint canoer, who participated in the late 2000s. 
He won the bronze medal in the K-1 to win the 500 meters on, 2010 ICF Sprint World Championships in Poznan canoe and the first woman in Britain to a World Championship medal: Rachel Cawthorn 2012 was elected to the Olympic canoe Sprint events. Rachel Cawthorn is a very good World Cup is K4, as we managed to qualify for this classification rules are complicated and confusing seriously meant that we are sending four players to play all the positions of the K1 500 meters. K4 was hot the first day of the race, and win our heat, we are the last line, we had our Olympic qualification is almost guaranteed to be qualified.
 Rachel Cawthorn's team is truly the beginning of the race was attacked and almost the first half. Unfortunately, not simply as strong as some other teams that we obtained in the second half, the fourth in the 0,072 seconds, and we have 4 places qualify for the Olympic Games. He was doing 500 on my K1, and ended 12th.she not the end of 12 who is disappointed, but not sure where it will be, but after training the last few years, Rachel Cawthorn and happy in his career cannot be too far from the mark. World Championships are over, but some free time, Rachel Cawthorn went to Portugal in the Summer Challenge Nelo, who won one of the excellent hospitality of Nelo cap in the second-to-one assistance we ran a 10k long distance downwind. Next week in London's Olympic test event at his house in Dorney Lake This is the first time he ran an international career in the country, so it's a new experience and a great taste of what the game will be like next year with the help of all volunteers, and the race went very well, and competition in domestic waters. 
Rachel Cawthorn's old school and then again last week, George Hamazasp Master Akhlat, Guildford - in an attempt to break the world record for largest human logo will be asked to participate in the Olympic 1900 in Beijing in 2008, we broke your 1222 package. The event marked the end of the surrey region of P & G Sport Table Games in 100 days and 400 days to go, "until next year's games. Thank you Paul Ainslie, Phil Harrison, and everyone involved in organizing the day went smoothly. it is the majority, and cool to see some of my former teachers as well. Olympic Canoe Sprint Tickets are On Sale at Sport Ticket Exchange. Sell Olympic Tickets at Sport Ticket Exchange or Buy Olympic Tickets for Every Event.

Monday, 11 June 2012

Maria Teresa in 2008 Olympic Games Olympic

Maria Teresa Portela was the fifth was born in May 1982. Maria Teresa Portela is a Spanish sprint canoer who has been involved since the 2000s. 01:00.
 He won medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships gold two Category K-1 200 in 2002 and 2005. Maria Teresa Portela is the winner of the six silver-class K-1 200 in 2003, K-2 200 meters in 2003, 2005, K-4200 in 2001, 2002 and 2003. Maria Teresa Portela categories five bronze in the K-4 200 in 2005, K-4500 in 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2009. 
Spain participated in the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China, and 286 athletes. Portela also participated in three Olympics, earning his best finish of fifth three times, 2004: K-2 500m, K-4 500 m, 2008: K-4 500m. Canoe Sprint will take place at Eton Dorney from 6 Aug to 11 Aug in London 2012 Olympic. 
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Tuesday, 5 June 2012

Fanny Fischer in Olympic Canoe Sprint Events

Fanny Fischer was born on September 7, 1986 in Potsdam; German sprint canoeist in 1996 on the Senior Year in 2006 participated born. 
He won the gold medal in women K-4 500 m in case the Summer Olympics in Beijing in 2008 and finished fourth in the 500 K-2 in the same games. ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, won three gold medals in nine categories of fishermen K-1 4 x 200 m in 2009., K-2 200 meters in 2007, K-2 500m, 2007. 
Fanny won Fischer silver medals four category is 200 K-2 meters in 2006 and 2009 in the category of K-2 500 meters in 2009 and K-4 500m in 2010 and two bronzes K-2, 500 meters in 2005 and 2006. Fischer's mother, Sarina Huelsenbeck - Fischer won the gold medal in swimming for women at the Summer Olympics in Moscow in 1980 and I bought the 4 x 100 meter freestyle relay anchor leg. 
Huelsenbeck participated in the qualification round of women's 4 x 100 meters medley, but not the ultimate father, Frank, won the World Championship medals, nine ICF Canoe Sprint in the 1980s his aunt, Birgit Fischer won twelve medals in canoeing - in the summer Olympics in 1980 and 2004. When not competing, he served as a soldier in the Bundeswehr. Fischer, brother Falco is a Canoe Player.

Tuesday, 29 May 2012

David Cal Figueroa in Olympic Canoe Sprint

David Cal Figueroa was in the tenth October 1982 Born in the margin. David Cal Figueroa, Spanish sprint canoer who has participated in since 1999. Cal is 183 cm (6'0 ") tall and weighs 91 kg. 
Competing in two Summer Olympics, which has four medals, a gold medal in C-1 1,000 meters at the 2004 Summer Olympic Games and three silver medals in the C-1 500 meters at the 2004 Olympic Games in 2008, C-1 1,000 meters won in the Olympics Games in 2008. Cal was junior world bronze medalist in Zagreb in 1999 at C-1 1,000 meters. The following year he became the European Union C-1 500 meters, the junior champion in Boulogne, France in 2000. He also won the C-1 1000 meters bronze medal. It was a reserve in the Sydney Olympics. 
In 2002 European Under-23 Championship in Zagreb, Croatia won, Cal C-1 500 meters the bronze medal. Cal has competed at the circuit level since 2003, won four medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint Championships World. These include gold in the C-1 500 meters in 2007, two silver medals in C-1 1,000 meters in 2003, 2005 and a bronze medal in the C-1 1,000 meters in 2007.

Saturday, 19 May 2012

Attila Vajda Olympic Canoe Sprint

Attila Vajda was born in 17 March 1983, Szeged. Attila Vajda is a Hungarian sprint canoer who competed in the early 2000s. Occurred in two Summer Olympics, he won two medals in the C-1 1000m event gold in 2008 Olympic Games and bronze in 2004 Olympics.
 Vajda was European Junior Champion in 2000 he won the C-2 1000 meters Canadian title Demasz-Szeged teammate Marton Joob in Boulogne, France. In 2002 the couple took second place in the European Under-23 Championship in the Croatian capital Zagreb at the same event was convinced Vajda of Hungary Zoltan Angyal ability to coach, but did not take the decision to give him his senior international debut in 2002 or 2003. In 2004 Olympic Games is also keeping his cards close to his chest Angyal. The Hungarian team in the preseason, international regattas: the European Championships in Hungary Marton Joob C-1 races and Sandor Malomsoki. Angyal is shocked by his rival coach of the Vajda "secret weapon for the 2004 Summer Olympics in Armenia C-1 1000 m event. In his lead with a time of 3:57.290, Vajda qualified for the semifinals. 
Since he is in second place, this time at 3:52.236, the promotion at a later date Vajda won the bronze medal behind Germany and Spain's David Cal, Andreas Dittmer, but beat 1996 champion Martin Doktor in a time of 3:49.025. Hungary is one of the few countries in the world where sprint canoeists have the status of the stars are known to the public and Vajda appeared suddenly in a new golden boy of Hungarian canoeing. His performances in 2005, suffered as a result of this diversion, he began the season overweight and does not make any major international races. In 2006 Olympic Games the national title won in all three distances, and in May won a top-class international field in Duisburg injury prevented him from doing that at the European Championships, but he decided the 2006 World Championships in his hometown Szeged skip: He recovered in to take the time C-1 1,000 m bronze medal behind surprise winner Everardo Cristobal Mexico and Germany Andreas Dittmer. 
Vadja won the gold medal at the World Championship Duisburg: The 2008 Summer Olympics in Beijing, Vajda wear a black armband in tribute to his fallen teammate Gyorgy Kolonicz and its C-1 1000 m gold Kolonicz honor. He won the Hungarian Sportsman of the Year for his victory in Beijing. Vajda won the silver medal in the C-1 4 x 200-meter event in 2009 at Dartmouth. He also won a silver medal in the C-1 1000 meters at the 2010 championships.

Saturday, 12 May 2012

Douglas Bennett Olympic Canoe Sprint

Douglas Bennett was born on 13/9/1918 in Canada. Douglas Bennett was a Canoe sprint Player from Canada who participated in the Canoe Events from the 1930s to the end of the 1940s. \
In the Honor list Douglas Bennett won a silver medal in the C-1 category of 1000 m event at 1948 Summer Olympics in London. Before Canoer Bennett he was played at the Royal Montreal Hockey Club in 1937. He took up canoeing, swimming is not everything when his career. 
Winning the championship a couple canoeing in Canada 1934-1939, he qualified in 1940 Summer Olympics in Tokyo, which was later canceled. Bennett was at Montreal's 1947 Sportsman of the Year award after winning the Canadian C-1, C 2 and C-4 national championships after the year 1948. 
The games drew Bennett and went to work: Bell Canada's engineering department, although he is to canoe in the exercises continues. Bennett was a native of St. Lambert, Quebec. Douglas Bennett died in the 28/6/2008.