In the second weekend of September we went back into Euro Cup in Freestyle Kayaking. Big part of Central Europe is still very dry and it's hard to find good playspot. Even low water level didn't change much Tlama playspot and didn't stop organizers to make great freestyle event.
We came to Prague on Thursday morning and made our first session. Polish group this time was even bigger than in Wildalpen. Besides Zosia and me in the third stage of Euro Cup took a part Bartosz, Dziku, Agata, Michał, Maks, Tadek and Adam. I'm glad with fact that we can see more and more Polish paddlers in International events because that makes progres in Polish freestyle kayaking scene.
After prelims Zosia advanced to the finals from third place. She made nice training run and I knew that she can improve her results in the final. I took the first place in prelims and in semifinals. In every of my run I felt better and better and I started to make some combo moves.
After Zosias Final runs I felt great and all presure was gone. I took the leading position after my first run and improve my score in the second run which was enough to win. I've got 1,065 points and I've made nice combo move. I'm very happy with that because I was working a lot of my new combo moves. Second was Peter Csonka. Bronze medal won Lane De Meuleanare.
Congrats for Lukas Cervinka who won in C1, Leon Bast who won in K1JM, Emma Schuck who was the best K1JW competitor and to all medalists for their performance. Here you can find official results: www.facebook.com/cnawr
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About the author
Bronze medalist at the 2013 Freestyle Kayaking World Championships, and with a cabinet load more trophies behind him, Poland’s Tomasz Czaplicki (that’s Cha-plick-ee) is a quiet powerhouse of the world freestyle scene.