2016 Pan American Slalom Championships
The 2016 Pan American Slalom Championships will be held on October 14, 15 & 16, 2016.
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Follow the links below to learn about specific committee updates, coaching news, rules and regulations.
Canoe Sprint – Canoe sprint takes place on a straight course divided in lanes, on calm water (read more…)
Canoe Slalom – Canoe Slalom is an Olympic sport that is held on rivers or on artificial white water courses (read more…)
Wildwater/Freestyle – Wildwater racing is extremely demanding. In this discipline, athletes race down a course of (read more…)
Marathon – Marathons are long distance races on rivers, lakes, estuaria or open sea. The course may include obstacles such as shallows, rocks and portages (read more…)
Canoe Polo – a competitive ball sport played on water, in a defined “field”, between two teams of five players, each in a kayak (read more…)
Para Canoe – Para Canoe gives opportunities for paddlers with physical disabilities to participate and compete at club, national, and international levels ( read more…)
Dragon Boat – Dragon boats are long, open canoes, paddled by 10-20 paddlers using single-bladed paddles (read more…)
Canoe Slalom is an Olympic sport that is held on rivers or on artificial white water courses. The aim of the athlete is to complete a designated course, passing through numbered gates without penalties and in the shortest time possible.
Slalom Coaching News
Slalom Rules & Regulations
Qualification System Pan American Games – Toronto 2015
Slalom Pan American Qualification – Toronto 2015. Click here to view.
Pan American Games – Toronto 2015. Click here to view.
Canoe Slalom Pan American Sports Festival/Pan American Games TO2015 Qualification: