The training and certification for white waters guides, organized by the Kanjon Rafting Club and with the financial support of UNDP, was successfully completed. Nine participants out of a total 29 received licenses, which will enable them to perform the work of rafting guides according to the rules of the IRF. They remind that the
The organiser had somethings to say about the event: “Last sunday, 11th of september, the Basque Association of Beach Tennis and Minority Sports, the Basque Rafting section, organized in Itxassou, in France, French Basque Country the I.Basque Country Championship of Rafting (Downriver). There we went 8 young from to do a rafting race, the I.
Last weekend Botosani city in northern Romania hosted it`s first Euro Cup together with a kayaking race on the only artificial course in this part of Europe. The fully catered event (competitors were offered free accommodation, meals and airport transfers) enjoyed the presence of four nations represented by 12 rafting teams and 19 kayakers racing
The „lucky rule“ has applied to another race that took place in Czech Republic – this time in the southern Bohemia close to town of České Budějovice. The local racing area provides good white water terrain for both beginners and advanced paddlers and it is surrounded by beautiful nature. It is always great experience to
5th memorial ‘Aleksa Kojadinović’ and IRF Euro Cup R4 will be held on September 17 and 18. Location: Priboj, river Lim, Serbia Disciplines: Sprint, H2H, Slalom and Downriver Boats: Advence raft 425Organizer: rafting Club Eko Lim, Priboj Contact: email@example.com
Last weekend of school holiday belonged to rafting in Czech Republic. And it was a busy one! Rafters from four different countries arrived to Troja White Water Center in Prague to find out which team is the best in slalom and sprint race. Especially Saturday 27th was really full on – the spectators could see
The very first love for competitive rafting was shown back in 1989, when Russians and Americans joined forces and organized the first rafting competitions – up to 50 teams competed in Siberia (1989), USA (1990), Costa Rica (1991) and Turkey (1993). The only logical step after that was the establishment of an International Rafting Federation.
In order to save the planet, and leave a clean one behind, we need more river guardians. One person is not enough for one river, everyone needs to know that they are the owner of the title of “guardian”. The river from the source to the mouth has freedom and its own nature, where it