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canoer

(kəˈnuːə)
n
a person who travels in a canoe
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Canoer Isaquias Queiroz was world champion in the 500 meters event in 2013, teenage archer Marcus Vinicius D'Almeida was runner-up in the world championships last year, and the women's handball team will defend their world title in December.
Famed 2012 canoer Tim Baillie praised students from Moor End Academy in Crosland Moor, who have been involved in the British Olympic and British Paralympic Association Youth Engagement Programme.
Borg headed a list that included, in third place, table tennis player Jan-Ove Waldner, followed in the top 10 by golfer Annika Sorenstam, skier Ingemar Stenmark, heptathlete Carolina Kluft, walker Ingemar Johansson, skier Gunde Svan, ice hockey player Peter Forsberg and canoer Gert Fredriksson.
Modifications that are taught throughout camp include: (a) a sound source in the field for the discus, (b) a tactile mark on the oar of the canoe to assist a canoer, (c) a tap of the rim of the basket in basketball, (d) a beeping ball and base for kickball, or (e) a guide wire that runs along a track for running events.
Canoer Alexander Parol also reached the finals in 1,000-m canoeing.
Fresh names include Cecile Kyenge, who was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo, as minister for integration, and Josefa Idem, a West-German-born Italian sprint canoer, as the equal opportunities and sports minister.
Meanwhile, Josefa Idem a blonde, German-born Italian who also happens to be an Olympian sprint canoer with white skin, who is the new Minister of Equal Opportunities and Sports, has not attracted the Northern League's attention, (http://www.
Paddling through the Winchester Wasteway is not for the fist-time canoer, he said.
The canoer must adapt paddling strokes and plan intermediate steps as he or she proceeds because the water is in constant turmoil.
Whether you're a novice canoer on a slow-moving stream or an experienced kayaker taking on rapids, there is something about being in a small craft on the water that feels like you've cleverly escaped all that ails you.
And then there's the story of Bill Havens, who'd been selected to compete for the 1924 Olympic team as a canoer but chose to stay home instead for the birth of his first son, Frank.
Experienced canoer and kayaker Horst Lueck will lead a virtual tour around Fern Ridge Lake and address what kind of boat to use, paddling gear basics and safety, launch sites and more.