Poznań Delighted to Be Hosting ICF Canoe Polo World Championships
By Community | September 4, 2012
Pozna? in Poland will play host to the world’s elite canoeists for the ICF Canoe Polo World Championships being held at the Malta Regatta Course from 5 – 9th of September.
Around 700 competitors from 68 nations will descend on Poznan ensuring the highest level of competition. The Malta course is considered one of the best and most beautiful in the world.
Pozna? has held previous world class rowing events, medstore including 2009 FISA World Rowing Championships, ampoule 2010 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships, allergy 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Cup and 2012 ICF World Canoe Spring Cup & European Olympic Canoe Qualifier
In addition to this Pozna? was one of the host cities for the successful UEFA EURO 2012 and has hosted many other major international events.
Currently Pozna? is bidding, for a second time, for the prestigious 2018 Youth Olympic Games. Hosting major international events such as the ICF Canoe Polo World Championships helps to maintain and build Pozna?’s international reputation and increases the expertise and knowledge around hosting international world events.
Ryszard Grobleny, Mayor of Pozna? said: “We are delighted to be hosting the ICF Canoe Polo World Championships and look forward to welcoming the best teams from around the world. We are keen to showcase our city as a premier destination for world class international events. From our successful involvement with the UEFA EURO 2012 and these World Championships we are determined to continue to bid for and deliver high class events.”