Thursday, 26 April 2012

Olympic Sprint Canoer Erich Koschik

Erich Koschik was born in January 3, 1913 in Germany. Erich Koschik was a German flat-water canoer who competed in the late 1930s.
Erich Koschik ( German flat-water canoer )
The 1936 Summer Olympics, officially known as the XI Olympic Games and was an international multi-sport event that took place in 1936. Berlin, Germany. Berlin won the bid for the Games in Barcelona, Spain, 26 April 1931 organized on the 29th IOC Session in Barcelona two years, came to power by skinheads. It was the second and last time that the International Olympic Committee, is applying for a city, is to host the games collected votes.
The only other occasion was the inaugural IOC Session in Paris, France, 24 April 1894. At the 1936 Summer Olympics in Berlin, he won a bronze medal in the C-1 1000 m event. Erich Koschik was died in July 21, 1985.
Olympic medal record In Men’s flat-water canoeing
1936 Berlin
C-1 1000 m

Thursday, 19 April 2012

Bohuslav Karlik in Olympic Canoe Sprint

Bohuslav Karlik was a very talented Czecho-Slovakia Canoer. Bohuslav Karlik was born in November 25, 1908 was a Czechoslovak flat-water Canoer and slalom Canoer who contend from the late 1930s to the early 1950s. 
Bohuslav Karlik ( Czecho-Slovakia Canoer )
Competing in two Summer Olympics, he won the silver in the C-1 1000 m event at Berlin in 1936. Bohuslav Karlik won a absolute set of medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with a Gold in the C-2 10000 m (1938), a silver in the C-2 1000 m (1938), and a bronze in the C-2 10000 m events (1950). A native of Prague, Karlik teamed up with fellow Canoer Jan Brzak-Felix in 1955 to paddle the 189.9 km of the Vltava from Ceske Budejovice to Prague in 20 hours. He was died in September 29, 1996.

Medal record
Men's canoe sprint in Olympic Games
Silver in C-1 1000m at 1936 Berlin
World Championships
Gold Medal in C-2 10000m at 1938 Vaxholm
Silver Medal in C-2 1000m 1938 Vaxholm
Bronze Medal in C-2 10000m 1950 Copenhagen
Men's canoe slalom
World Championships
Silver Medal in C-1 team at 1949 Geneva

Thursday, 12 April 2012

Frank Amyot in canoe Sprint Olympic Summer Games 1936

Francis ("Frank") on 14 Amyot was born in September 1904, died 21st November 1962 was a Canadian sprint canoer who competed in 1930 Born in Thornhill, Ontario, Canada, just won the gold medal in the Olympic Summer Games in 1936 in Armenia C-1 1,000 m canoeing event. 
1936 Summer Olympics, officially known as the XI Olympic Games were an international multi-sport event and took place in 1936. Berlin, Germany. Berlin, the bid for the Olympic Games in Barcelona, Spain on 26 April organized in 1931, on the 29th IOC Session in Barcelona. Canoeing is the first official Olympic sport in 1936 Summer Olympic Games in Berlin. It was founded twelve years ago at the 1924 Summer Olympics in Parizi.Celkem nine events at the 1936 Games, all canoe sprint men denied. 
Championships on Friday, 7 August 1936 and Sunday, August 8, 1936 instead they took place in the regatta, of course, it looks GrĂ¼nau Langer. This proved embarrassing to the Canadian officials, to pay for the trip before they refused; Amyot is also survived by three Ottawa Rough Riders from drowning. Amyot was recorded in 1949 in the Canadian Olympic Hall of Fame and Canadian Sports Hall of Fame in 1955.