Wednesday, 25 April 2012

Reinhold Kauder Men's Olympic Canoe Slalom

Reinhard Kauder was born January 30, 1950 in the Germany. Reinhard Kauder is a West German slalom canoer who participates in the late 1960s and early 1970s. 
Reinhard Kauder ( West German slalom canoer  )
At the 1972 Summer Olympics in Munich, he won a silver medal in the C-1 event. Reinhard Kauder also won two medals in the C-1 event at the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships with Gold in 1971 and Silver in 1969. The 1969 ICF Slalom World Championships took place in the dug-Bourg St-Maurice, France under the auspices of the International Canoe Federation.
The C-2 mixed team event at the third and final time after the previous championships. East Germany won no medals for the first time since 1951.

Medal record Olympic Games Men's canoe slalom
1972 Munich
World Championships
1969 Bourg St.-Maurice
C-1 team
1971 Meran
1969 Bourg St.-Maurice
1971 Meran
C-1 team

Tuesday, 17 April 2012

Reinhard Eiben & Olympic Canoe Slalom

Reinhard Eiben was born 4 December 1951 in Crossen, Zwickau. Reinhard Eiben is an East German slalom canoer who competed in the 1970s. 
At the Summer Olympics 1972 was held in Munich, he won a gold medal in the C-1 event. Reinhard Eiben is a very good German Canoer take part in various Olympic Events and won a No. of Medals for the Germany.
Eiben also won gold in the C-1 event at the 1973 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships in Muotathal.

Gold      1972 Munich             C-1
World Championships
Gold      1973 Muotathal         C-1
Gold      1977 Spittal               C-1 team
Silver     1973 Muotathal         C-1 team
Silver     1975 Skopje             C-1 team

His partner, Lecky Haller McEwan won the silver medal in the C-2 canoe slalom in 1987 in the ICF Slalom World Championships in Bourg St-Maurice, he and Haller, placed in the Olympic Summer Games in 1992 in fourth. She also won the overall World Cup title in the inaugural season of the C-2 category for this competition in 1988.

Wednesday, 11 April 2012

ASOIF & Olympic Tickets

The ASOIF (Association of Summer Olympic International Federations) is a non-profit International Association (sports) federation (IFS), which is part of the summer Olympics, which was planned. 
ASOIF mission is to unite, promote and support the International Olympic Committee, in order to maintain their independence, while comparing their common interests and goals: 30th May 1983 to the International Federation for 21 sports, development of summer programming at the Olympics, the Olympics of 1984 international federations - ASOIF. ASOIF was established as the first article of its constitution, is to coordinate and protect the interests of its members, a close cooperation between its members and members of the Olympic Movement and other organizations.”
 This is necessary to identify, in order to preserve the unity of the Olympic movement, and "authority, autonomy and independence of a member of the International Federations." Members ASOIF has increased by 28 international organizations, which meets once a year for a general meeting is usually preceded by a joint session of the General Assembly of the International Olympic Committee and international federations, which are discussed in a number of topics of general interest of the Olympic Movement ASOIF is managed by an executive body, the Council, which consists of seven members each, all of the Olympic International Federations. 
The ASOIF General Secretariat is located in Lausanne and is governed by ASOIF Director. The Board shall consist of a chairman and six members, all from different organizations: One of six members elected by the Vice President. The President and all members are elected for 4-year mandate. Director appointed by the President of the Board upon the recommendation of a senior position.

Thursday, 5 April 2012

ICF & Olympic Canoe Slalom Tickets

International canoe federation (ICF) is the umbrella organization for all national canoe organizations worldwide,
It is located in Lausanne, Switzerland, and managed all aspects of canoe sport in the world: 147 countries, which are seven national associations affiliated to the ICF recorded in the 2008 ICF Congress in Rome.

Canoe marathon, formerly Marathon racing

Slalom racing

Flat-water racing

Para canoe

Canoe Sailing

Freestyle kayaking

Surf ski

Dragon Boat

Whitewater Racing