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Historické zlato Andreja Máleka

Obrovskú radosť nám v nedeľňajšom programe na 2. kole SP
Historické zlato Andreja Máleka
ICF vo vodnom slalome urobil kajakár Andrej Málek, ktorý v bratislavskom Čunove otvoril novú kapitolu slovenskej vodnoslalomárskej histórie.

Beňuš doma strieborný

Matej Beňuš obsadil vynikajúce 2. miesto vo finále súťaže kanoistov na pretekoch 2. kola SP vo vodnom slalome v Čunove.

Najviac deväť a minimálne tri

Denník Šport: Vodní slalomári budú bojovať v Čunove o body do Svetového pohára už ôsmy raz. Slávnostne ho otvorili v septembri 1996. Za ten čas sa na ňom uskutočnilo množstvo vrcholných podujatí v slalome na divokej vode.

10 lodí do semifinále, Slafkovský najrýchlejší singlista

2. kolo SP v Čunove, medzi singlistami bol najrýchlejší úradujúci víťaz Svetového pohára 2018 Alexander Slafkovský. „Prvé miesto ma mierne prekvapilo,…”

Najmladšia Slovenka Luknárová by sa chcela dostať do semifinále

Najmladšou členkou reprezentácie SR na 2. kole SP vo vodnom slalome v Čunove je iba 17-ročná Emanulea Luknárová.

Mintálová sa nepovažuje za najlepšiu Slovenku…

Na pretekoch 2. kola SP 2019 vo vodnom slalome v Čunove sa v pozícii dosiaľ najúspešnejšej Slovenky v aktuálnej sezóne predstaví Eliška Mintálová.

Martikán: Dosiaľ vidím samé pozitíva

Vodnoslalomárska elita sa po úvodnom kole Svetového pohára 2019 vo Veľkej Británii presunula do bratislavského Čunova, ktoré hostí druhú epizódu seriálu SP.

Najvyššie Škáchová šestnásta

Ani jeden zo šiestich slovenských reprezentantov vo vodnom slalome nepostúpil v nedeľu do finále na 1. kole Svetového pohára v britskom Lee Valley

Beňuš piaty, Mintálová šiesta

Slovenský vodný slalomár Matej Beňuš obsadil v C1 mužov na podujatí 1. kola Svetového pohára v britskom olympijskom centre Lee Valley piatu priečku.

Všetky slovenské lode do semifinále

Všetkých dvanásť slovenských vodných slalomárov sa v piatkovej kvalifikácii 1. kola Svetového pohára.

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Michal Martikán

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Alexander Slafkovský

Eliška Mintálová

Elena Kaliská

    Jana Dukátová

    Emanuela Luknárová

    Monika Škáchová

    Soňa Stanovská

    Andrej Málek

    Martin Halčin

    Jakub Grigar

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    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

    Bus service

    20. – 23. June, Route 90

    Standard Bus Service – daily with 1 hour interval.

    Free parking:

    Parking for the spectators is provided free of charge close to the venue entrance.

    Areál Divoká voda

    Divoká voda (Areál vodných športov)
    Bratislava-Čunovo
    Slovakia

    Venue Location

    Canoe slalom venue is 20km south of Bratislava.

    GPS Coordinates

    48.031944, 17.229167
    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.

    By road

    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.

    By air

    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)
    www.viennaairport.com

    Bratislava airport (BTS)
    www.airportbratislava.sk

    By train

    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).

    By boat

    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.

    Location

    • Areál Divoká voda
      Bratislava-Čunovo
      Slovakia
    • 9:00 - 21:00
    • 48.031944, 17.229167
      Latitude 48º 01’ 55”
      Longitude 17º 13’ 45”

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    About the ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup #2

    Slovakia can lay claim to being one of the strongest canoe slalom nations in the world, and on the popular Bratislava course the locals always fare well. This will be the first World Cup event to be held in Bratislava since the 2013 final, although the course did host the 2017 ICF U23 and Junior World Championships.

    Alexander Slafkovsky, Matej Benus and Michal Martikan are three of the biggest names in men’s C1, and all represent Slovakia. Expect plenty of intense rivalry as the trio begin jockeying for the one available C1 place on the Slovakian Olympic team.

    In the women’s, two-time Olympian Jana Dukatova was born just down the road from the whitewater course and will be looking to impress in front of her hometown crowd.

    The most successful Slovak sport

    Thanks to positive feedback from the International Canoe Federation (ICF), we will be organising more sport events in Cunovo for the next few years:
    2020 – The Final of the World cup
    2021 – The World Championships

    The Organising commitee would like to continue to arrange another water events in Danube. Lead by example of World Championships 2011, which was the qualification for the Olympic games in London 2012 – that time evaluated by ICF as the the best organised canoe event in history.

    Slovak canoeing is very grateful of the opportunity given to it by the International Canoe Federation by the attribution of the events mentioned above, enabling it to strategically plan and improve the quality of the events. Our goal is to move forward year after year, confirm the status of the elite organizer and allow Slovak athletes to perform top performances in front of home fans.