Augsburg Travel Tip:
The Eiskanal Olympic Kayak Course
Artificial whitewater at the Eiskanal
The Eiskanal is an artificial canal feature that was constructed as the whitewater canoeing and whitewater kayaking venue for the 1972 Summer Olympics that were hosted in Munich, Germany. The first artificial whitewater course of its kind, it has served as a prototype for numerous artificial courses since constructed. The Eiskanal is still considered a world-class venue, and hosts many World Cup and other international races.
[ Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eiskanal ]
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Location of The Eiskanal Olympic Kayak Course
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