La Seu d'Urgell, Spain – Czech kayak school shows its strenght. In the second race of 2016 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup in Seu came after almost perfect final run on top of the podium Vit Prindis. He scored the first World Cup win of his career. In addition, Ondrej Tunka and Lubos Hilgert, who were not at home even nominated for top 3 athletes to represent Czech Republic, appeared also in the Final! Vitezslav Gebas added bronz medal in C1M.
The first race of 2016 World Cup series in Italian Ivrea started with a success for Czech canoeists Michal Jane. Michal didn't made Czech Canoe Slalom Team this year. He was racing in Ivrea only as a substitute for our olympian Vitezslav Gebas.
In K1M Giovanni De Gennaro and Daniele Molmenti stole the show in Ivrea as the Italian pair got a one-two in the K1M at the premiere 2016 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup of the season. In the new discipline SlalomX won kayaker Vavrinec Hradilek and Vit Prindis took silver.