Driving precipitation put a damper on procedures at the new Kasai Canoe Slalom Center, as the Olympic 2020 test occasion got in progress today. Olympic enthusiasts from all over the world are invited to book Tokyo Olympic tickets from our online platforms for Olympic Tickets. Olympic Canoe admirers can book Olympic Canoe Tickets from our ticketing marketplace exclusively on discounted prices.
In the C1 men’s occasion, the opening warmth was won by Cedric Joly of France in 101.84sec clear, with Canada’s Cameron Smedley second, 3.44sec more slow, and Lukas Rohan of the Czech Republic at 3.56.
The ladies’ K1 opening warmth saw triumph for the Czech Republic’s Stepanka Hilgertova, who completed in 111.65sec, in front of Maialen Chorraut of Spain, who was at 1.14sec, and Luuka Jones of New Zealand, who was 2.77 back. Similarly, as with test occasions in different games, the kayak slalom rivalry is occurring under the Prepared Steady Tokyo standard.
Warms in the ladies’ C1 and men’s K1 are planned. Sunday (October 27) will see the semi-finals and gold-award races in each of the four orders. Built by the Tokyo Metropolitan Government, the Kasai Canoe Slalom Center is the first of its sort for the Summer Games in Japan.
It is one of eight new settings being worked without any preparation for Olympic 2020 and cost ¥7 billion (£50.3 million/$64.3 million/€58 million).
The course, which is 200 meters long and has a tallness differential of 4.5m all the way, agrees to International Canoe Federation and Japan Canoe Federation rules. Impermanent seating will house up to 7,500 fans. The kayak slalom rivalry at Olympic 2020 is booked for Jan 26 to 31 a few months from now.