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A report from Stefano Bucci on the 2011 Italian Championship as it enters the last few weeks of competition...

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An article written by Jacek Sztuba - member of Polish national team from 1997 on his canoe polo playing career and the progress of canoe polo in Poland up to the World Championships in Milan Italy in September 2010.

 

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2009 was a breakthrough year on a number of counts and Canoe Polo, one of the ICF’s rapidly growing disciplines, was not immune to the tide of change.

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Widely welcomed by athletes, federations and the media alike, the carefully considered changes to Canoe Polo were made to produce a more attacking hence attractive and exciting game. The points system changed along with the introduction of an ‘overtime/golden goal’ rule which replaced penalty shoot-outs. With input from TV, the media and spectators, together with an ongoing review, the ICF Canoe Polo Committee are currently considering how to make this discipline even more exciting while still maintaining its unique elements. Greg Smale – Chairman of the Canoe Polo Committee – talks to the ICF about the changes and the progress of the sport.

 

 

To read the entire interview, go to canoeicf.com
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You know, as you get older, you tend to want to talk more. To share with others, while you still have something worth listening to and while you still have the energy to verbalise your thoughts.

So a long post to come. If you have some time and are interested to read, pls go on.

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The early years of Canoe Polo 1920-1992.

Researched and written by 'the deacon' exclusively for canoepolo.com.