• Canoe Sprint World Cup
    20-23 May, 2021
    Stage II
    Barnaul, Russia
  • About the Venue
    20-23 May, 2021
    Canoeing canal is unique by its natural conditions: it is 16-18 meters deep with no current and the influence of strong wings.

Dear friends,

On behalf of the Russian Canoe Federation I cordially welcome the participants, organizers and guests of the Canoe Sprint World Cup!

The competition will be held at the canoeing base of the local sports school named after Konstantin Kostenko, a World Champion, a pioneer of the Barnaul canoeing canal. The layout is unique in its technical characteristics. After training camp in Barnaul, Russian canoeist Maxim Opalev in 2008 became the first Russian Olympic Champion in canoeing in Beijing. The canoe base of the Konstantin Kostenko sports school has been constantly in use since that time.

Thanks to the efforts of the government of the Altai territory and the Federation of Canoe of the Altai territory, a world-class canoeing centre has been created in Barnaul over the past few years. The Russian Canoe Federation considers the canoeing canal in Barnaul the most important springboard for the development of this sport in Eurasia and the preparation of Russian athletes for major international starts in this part of the world.

I am sure that the participants of the World Cup will show high results here, and the fans will enjoy an unforgettable spectacle

Eugene Arkhipov, President of the Russian Canoe Federation

Canoe Sprint
Super Cup 2018

A GRAND INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION ”CANOE SPRINT SUPER CUP” WHICH GATHERED THE ELITE OF WORLD CANOEING WAS HELD IN BARNAUL ON 21−22 SEPTEMBER 2018.

  • 48 world canoeing stars from 24 countries
  • More than 2,000,000 viewers from 165 countries
  • For the first time in a tournament environment, a new discipline was tested - mixed
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  • 19 May
    Arrival
  • 20 May
    Olympic Qualification
  • 21 May
    OQ Finals. World Cup
  • 22 May
    World Cup
  • 23 May
    World Cup
  • 24 May
    Departure
  • Arrival

    19 May

  • Olympic Qualification

    20 May

    30 rides:

    • canoe-women-200m,
    • kayak-women-200m,
    • kayak-men-200m,
    • kayak-women-500m,
    • kayak-men-1000m,
    • canoe-men -1000m.

    FULL SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

  • OQ Finals. World Cup.

    21 May

    72 rides:

    • kayak2-women-200m (till Final),
    • canoe2-women-200m (till Final),
    • kayak-women-500m,
    • kayak2-men -500m (till Finals А & В),
    • kayak-women-1000m (till Semifinals),
    • kayak-men-1000m,
    • canoe-men -1000m,
    • kayak-women-200m,
    • kayak-men-200m (till Semifinals),
    • canoe-women-200m,
    • kayak2-women-500m,
    • kayak-men-500m,
    • canoe2-men -500m,
    • canoe2-women-500m,
    • canoe2-men -1000m,
    • kayak2-men-1000m.

    FULL SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

  • World Cup

    22 May

    58 rides:

    • canoe-women-500m,
    • canoe-men -500m,
    • canoe2-mix-200m,
    • kayak2-mix-200m.

    FULL SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

  • World Cup

    23 May

    30 rides:

    • canoe-women-5 км,
    • canoe-men-5 км,
    • kayak-women-5 км,
    • kayak-men -5 км.

    FULL SCHEDULE OF THE DAY

  • Departure

    24 May

References

This Olympic discipline is an adrenaline fuelled race across distances of 200m, 500m, 1km, and 5km in boats of single, double and quadruple athletes.

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Races are contested as individuals and teams with up to four athletes in a boat.

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In international competition races are split into nine lanes that are allocated randomly in the initial heats; subsequently lane positions are set by qualification time: five being the fastest to qualify, then six, four, three, two, seven, eight, one and nine.

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