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ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Szeged 2010 - medal franchisor place
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The Hungarian Canoe Federation is pleased to invite you to come to Szeged again to compete at the MOL ICF Sprint Racing World Cup in May, 2010.


Having staged highly acclaimed World Cups over the past few years the Hungarian Canoe Federation is thrilled to welcome the best paddlers of sprint kayaking and canoeing at this traditionally very prestigious international regatta.
In this Bulletin we wish to summarize the most vital and useful bits of information not just on the competition, board, lodging and the services included in the participation fee but also on the city of Szeged.

You are requested to read it thoroughly and familiarize yourself with the forms annexed to this Bulletin all of which can also be downloaded from the official website of the competition. Keeping the deadlines in mind do not forget to fill the forms in and send them back by e-mail and also by regular mail in conformity to the prevailing ICF rules until the deadlines indicated, thus helping us processing the data and organising an event that can be a worthy follow-up to last year’s World Cup.

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