Rowing slalom is a variety of kayaking and canoeing. The essence of this discipline is to overcome at a speed a section of a rapids river marked by special gates. Artificial routes are sometimes used as an analogue of the river. The main requirement for them is the flow rate of water, which should be at least 2 m / s.
The International Rowing and Canoe Federation (ICF) is promoting the world of rowing slalom. Her responsibilities also include organizing all major international tournaments in this sport, helping the regions to develop discipline and working with sponsors. Headquartered in Lausanne. The ICF includes more than a hundred representative offices of national federations. Continue reading