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Delassus and Satkova Show Their Class in Krakow

Source:ICF
When:Jul 21 2019
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French paddler Anatole Delassus provided the race of the 2019 ICF junior and U23 canoe slalom world championships to take gold in the junior K1 in Krakow on Saturday.

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