Individual Finals on Friday (C2M, C1W, K1M) and Saturday (C2X, K1W, C1M), Team Finals on Sunday
Semifinals and Finals Junior&U23 C2M, C1W, K1M
09:15 Semifinal K1M U23
10:20 Semifinal K1M JUN
11:25 Semifinal C1W U23
12:15 Semifinal C1W JUN
13:15 Lunch Break
14:15 Semifinal C2M U23
14:35 Semifinal C2M JUN
15:45 Final K1M JUN
16:10 Final C1W U23
16:35 Final K1M U23
17:00 Final C1W JUN
17:25 Final C2M U23
17:50 Final C2M JUN
18:00 Awards Ceremony
Semifinals and Finals Junior&U23 C2X, C1M, K1W
09:15 Semifinal C2X U23
09:35 Semifinal K1W U23
10:45 Semifinal K1W JUN
11:35 Semifinal C1M U23
12:25 Semifinal C1M JUN
15:05 Final C2X U23
15:25 Final C2X JUN
15:30 Final K1W U23
15:55 Final K1W JUN
16:20 Final C1M U23
16:45 Final C1M JUN
17:10 Awards Ceremony
Teams Finals Junior&U23 All Categories
09:15 C2M U23 Teams
09:25 C1W U23 Teams
10:00 C1W JUN Teams
10:30 K1M U23 Teams
11:37 K1M JUN Teams
12:30 Awards Ceremony
13:35 C2X U23 Teams
13:42 K1W U23 Teams
14:27 K1W JUN Teams
15:07 C1M U23 Teams
15:54 C1M JUN Teams
16:25 Awards Ceremony / Closing ceremony
DAYS OF RACE
How to get to Čunovo–Divoká voda
Don’t you know how to get to Čunovo? Don’t worry, we have several information how to get to Čunovo–Divoká voda venue by public transport or by car
Direct bus service 299
20 minutes interval
Route: Most SNP, Panónska cesta, cesta č. 2, Rusovce, Areál vodných športov (Divoká voda)
Stops: Most SNP, Dvory, ŽST Petržalka, Jasovská, Gerulata, ŽST Rusovce (smer AVŠ), Gaštanová aleja, Pieskový hon, Čunovské jazerá, Schengenská, Čunovo-záhrady, Čunovo-priehrada, MVE Mošoň, VE Čunovo, Areál vodných športov
Areál Divoká voda
Divoká voda (Areál vodných športov)
Canoe slalom venue is 20km south of Bratislava.
Latitude 48º 01’ 55”
Longitude 17º 13’ 45”
Bratislava, Slovakia, European Union
Bratislava is capital city of Slovakia located in Central Europe.
City is well connected with neighboring capitals and international airports by international highways.
Bratislava is situated directly on country boarders with Czech Republic, Austria and Hungary. Bratislava is well connected to neighboring capitals by international multilane highways. Within Slovakia, the D1 motorway connects Bratislava to the east of the country (direction Košice, Krakow), the D2 motorway connects Bratislava with Hungary to the south and the Czech Republic to the north and D4 motorway connects Bratislava with Vienna.
If you want to fly to Bratislava, you can choose between the city’s own international airport and Schwechat airport in Vienna, which is about 45 km from Bratislava and connected by regular shuttle buses. Regular flights link these airports with many major European destinations.
Vienna international airport (VIE)
Bratislava airport (BTS)
International trains to Bratislava’s main railway station run from Vienna (1 hour), Budapest (3 hours), and Prague (4-5 hours) several times a day. There are less frequent direct connections to Berlin, Bucharest, Kiev, Moscow and Warsaw.
The main railway station is a short distance from the centre and there is a good connection to city public transport; alternatively, walking to the centre takes 15-20 minutes. Trains from Vienna also arrive at Bratislava–Petržalka Station, which is to the south of the city centre across the Danube River and has direct bus connection with Čunovo (Public transport, Bus 91).
Perhaps the nicest way to arrive in Bratislava is by riverboat, via the Danube. The Rhine–Main–Danube Canal links Bratislava with the North Sea; the Danube River connects it to the Black Sea.
Cruises along the Danube have been a big hit with tourists for many years. River cruises go to and from Budapest, and a scheduled passenger service, the Twin City Liner, connects Bratislava and Vienna by high-speed catamaran several times a day during summer.
Tickets are available at venue entrance.
One Day Ticket
- One day entrance
- (Friday or Saturday or Sunday)
- Free parking
- Multiple days entrance
Three days ticket
- Entrance to all Semifinals and Finals
- Friday Entrance
- Saturday Entrance
- Sunday Entrance
- Free parking
Half & Free tickets
- Children under 150 cm free admission
- Disabled person free admission
- Accompanying person for disabled person 50% discount
- Pensioners over 65 years 50% discount
- Areál Divoká vodaBratislava-ČunovoSlovakia
- 9:00 - 21:00
- 48.031944, 17.229167Latitude 48º 01’ 55”Longitude 17º 13’ 45”
About the Championships
ICF Canoe Slalom Junior & Under 23 World Championships are taking place in Slovak capital city after 15 years again. The international is held by the venue of Divoká Voda – Čunovo in the second half of July. The top of canoe slalom racers from more than 40 countries will meet in Bratislava and over 400 atheltes will present themselves.
There will also be accompanying activities and children`s area at the elite event.
The opening ceremonial took place on M.R. Štefánik Square near Eurovea shopping center on July 17 at 7:00 PM.
Championships organizers are International Canoe Federation, Slovak Canoeing and Local Organizing Committee.