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DOWNRIVER

The aim of the Downriver race is to paddle along, in the direction of the current, a pre-established stretch in the shortest possible time, overcoming the technical difficulties that the path provides.

The path must provide for a minimum length of 3000 meters, maximum of 7,000 meters

During the downriver no intentional physical contact (paddle against paddle, person against person, person against paddle/raft) is allowed at any stage of the race. It shall be punished with 10 seconds, to be added to the total race time or even with disqualification. In case of multiple 10 second penalties, they are added together.

The starts for the various disciplines can be done in one of these ways:

  1. a) individual starts, i.e. per single boat;
  2. b) in-line starts: this type of departure must be performed in a stretch of river that has a space along the shore with weak current, wide enough to place all of the rafts, one next to the other;
  3. c) group starts

 

The finish line (arrival) is to be shown in a very obvious manner on both banks of the river.

The order of arrival ranking is drawn up taking into account the best time achieved.

After Kiev Armenian NOC…

11-14-2018 News

Today (14/11/2018), the President of the National Olympic Committee of Armenia, Mr. Gagik Tsarukyan, met and congratulated the Para-Rafting Armenian National Teams on their important results achieved in Kiev during...

First gold for Belarus…

11-03-2018 News

First gold for Belarus and another successful WRF Conference in Kiev: the Para-Rafting Commission's Members, technicians, coaches and athletes defined the Para-rafting rules. Belarus is the first country that takes a gold...

Welcome Romania

10-23-2018 News

18th october 2018 - Romania becomes an official member of the World Rafting Federation. Mr. Catalin Campeanu, Responsible for the Rafting Department of the Federatia Romana de Kaiac Canoe declares: "I...

Tunceli and Turkish Federation…

10-07-2018 News

Yesterday (7th October) the World Rafting Federation (WRF) and the Turkish Rafting Federation have signed an important agreement for the development of "WRF Training Program for raft and coaches" in Turkey.  According this...

WRF launches its Training…

10-04-2018 News

WRF has launched its Training Programme for Raft Guide & Coaches. The Programme is the result of the WRF Commission’s work started in Kosovo during the week of WRF World Cup...

WRF is excited to…

09-29-2018 News

The capital of Ukraine is ready to host the event of the next week: Pre World Rafting Championship. It is a test event: for the first time, as a WRF's...

Chilean athletes lining up…

09-04-2018 News

Less than 1 month to one of the most important events of the South America: 23 days left until the National Championship in Chile! Pucòn will host the biggest exponents of...

ERDOĞAN MEETS THE TURKISH…

08-24-2018 News

11/08/2018, Rize, Turkey - Before the Turkish Super League's football match Çaykur Rizespor VS Kasimpaşa the President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdoğan had a meeting with the WRF Vice President and...

WRF Pararafting Sport Categories…

08-20-2018 News

KIEV, UKRAINE - The WRF Pararafting Commission chaired by Mr. Oleksandr Bakanychev has published the sport categories for Para Rafting competitions; according to the International Para Olympic Committee requirements, the Commission composed...

Armenian Minister of Sport…

08-14-2018 News

After the World Rafting Championship settled in Italy from 21st to 24th of July the President of the Armenian Rafting Federation and the Rafting.am club met Mr. Levon Vahradyan, Minister of Sport...

U23 & Juniors Worlds…

08-01-2018 News

U23 & JUNIOR WORLD RAFTING CHAMPIONSHIPS 2018: AN INCREDIBLE FIGHT TO CONQUER THE WORLD TITLES  Villeneuve and Ivrea has hosted 40 teams competing in the 3 World Rafting Federation disciplines: downriver, slalom...

TIME TO SLALOM RACE

07-23-2018 News

The second race of these World Championships is over. Today, in Ivrea, the athletes performed in the Slalom race discipline on the Dora Baltea River. 25 teams tested the water...