Generals About Wildwater Canoeing

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing
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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

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Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

modal header
Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.

modal header
Website

The ICF general page for Wild Water Canoeing

The object, simply stated, is to go from point A to point B on a river as quickly as possible. Typical wildwater venues consist of Class II – IV whitewater, in contrast to extreme racing, which takes place on more difficult streams. Match competitions generally consist of a classic and a sprint race.