Cardiff is hosting a World Cup Canoe Slalom event at Cardiff International White Water between the 8th and 10th June 2012. This major world class event will host 145 of the world’s best athletes which will be drawn from 38 nations.
Leading Insurance Specialist, Doodson Sport, is sponsoring the event and is providing 5 pairs of family day tickets to be won.
- The tickets allow access to see the world’s best take on team GB’s selected Olympians at Cardiff for one of the days of the competition.
- The lucky winners will be able to choose which day of the event they wish to attend.
- Family passes consist of either 2 adult and 2 child passes; or 1 adult and 3 child’s passes.
To enter all you have to do is read the following quote and email Canoe Wales with the correct answer to the question below.
Ian Hesselden, Director with Doodson Sport commented, “We are extremely proud to support the 2012 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Wales. 2012 is an important year for British sport and we’re excited to be part of such a high-profile event. Part of our philosophy as a company is nurturing home-grown sporting talent, from grassroots through to professional. We are glad to be able to inspire the next generation by providing an opportunity to see the world’s top 145 paddlers compete at Cardiff.”
How many paddlers will compete at the 2012 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Wales?
Email your answer to: Admin@canoewales.com
- Please title your email Doodson Competition
- Please provide your name and contact details / phone number in the email. ***
- Competition closes noon on 23rd May 2012. Correct answers will be entered into a prize draw with the prize draw taking place on the 23rd May. Winners will be contact directly.
*** We will not use this information for any other purposes or pass you contact details on to third parties.
Only one entry per household and per email address.
The decisions of the competition organisers are final.
Prizes are not transferable and no cash equivalent will be made available.
Entry requirements in relation to the general terms and conditions of the event and ticket conditions must be obeyed.
Grandstands will be erected on Watkiss Way for spectators - Seating will be available on an opportunity basis. There will be no seat reservations within the 'Public Grandstand Areas'. There will be designated areas for disabled/wheelchair viewing
This is an outdoor event, please come prepared for the forecasted weather conditions, if the event is postponed/delayed due to bad weather or other occurrences outside of our control; refunds will not be entered into
Public Opening Times
Friday 8th June 2012
08:00 to 21:00 - C1 Men, C1 Women & K1 Men - Heats & Semi-Finals
Saturday 9th June 2012
09:00 to 21:00 - C1 Men, C1 Women & K1 Men - Finals
K1 Women & C2 Men - Heats & Semi Finals
Sunday 10th June 2012
09:00 to 12:30 - K1 Women & C2 Men - Finals
Full Race Program & Schedule is available - Race Info
Canoe Cardiff 2012
Cardiff International White Water (CIWW) is hosting the International Canoe Federation Canoe Slalom World Cup from 8 - 10 June 2012. Professional paddlers from across the globe will ride a 300m rapid, in an adrenalin fuelled race of speed and skill.
Only the best can tackle the tides, dodge the obstacles, and speed through up to 25 gates in a race against the clock... It's no surprise that many of these world class teams will also be competing in the Olympics.
Doodson Sport, proud supporter of Canoe Cardiff 2012, is an internationally-recognised insurance advisor with a rich heritage that spans over six decades. Our partnerships with sporting associations, governing bodies, teams and participants have been cultivated through long-term, trusted relationships and have developed through our understanding of our customers’ risks and insurance needs.
The British Canoe Union
The British Canoe Union is the lead body for canoeing and kayaking in the UK; responsible for leading and setting the overall framework including representing canoeing interests through coaching, competition and campaigning for increased access to Britain’s waterways.
Canoe Wales is the national governing body for paddle sport in Wales. We manage the National White Water Centre in Bala, North Wales; Represent the interests of our club and individual members; Advocate on behalf of the sport in Wales; Provide coaching and development programmes; Stage competitions.