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First round of Olympic canoe sprint quotas allocated

Canoe sprint Olympic powerhouses Germany have qualified a full team of nine male athletes and Belarus nine female athletes for Tokyo 2020, following the official allocation of quota positions after last week’s ICF world championships in Szeged, Hungary.

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Szeged will be the centre of attention once more due to hosting this year’s ICF Canoe Sprint and Paracanoe World Championships in the ‘capital city’ of canoe sport.

The Olympic Centre of Szeged fully satisfies every requirement set by the International Canoe Federation (ICF).

The race course is 2,400 m long and 140 m wide. There is a separate facility available for warming up to all contestants. Since 2018 a major investment has taken place including road reconstruction and extension of the venue’s car parking capacity.

The infrastructure modernization of the covered stands, the media centre and the racecourse is also in progress.

The organizer Hungarian Canoe Federation is excited about the opportunity of welcoming the best athletes of the canoe sport to the internationally renowned Olympic Centre of Szeged.

Contestants and fans will be welcome to the event in the hope of having a happy and memorable time in the City of Sunshine.



Hungarian Canoe Federation
HU-1138 Budapest, Latorca u. 2.
Tax number: 18160037-2-41
Telephone: +36 (1) 465 0091

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