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Canoeing

Canoeing is an activity which involves paddling a canoe with a single-bladed paddle. Common meanings of the term are limited to. Broader meanings include when it is combined with other activities such as canoe camping, or where canoeing is a transportation method used to accomplish other activities. Most present-day canoeing is done as a part of a sport or recreational activity. In some parts of Europe canoeing refers to both canoeing and kayaking, with a canoe being called an open canoe. A few of the recreational forms of canoeing are canoe canoe racing. Other forms include a wide range of canoeing on lakes, oceans and streams. Canoeing is an ancient mode of transportation. Modern recreational canoeing was established in the late 19th century. In 1924, canoeing associations from Austria, Germany and Sweden founded the Internationalen Representation for Kanusport, forerunner of the International Canoe Federation. Canoeing became part of the Olympic Games in the summer of 1936; the main form of competitive sport was canoe sprint using a sprint canoe.

Others include canoe polo, whitewater canoeing, canoe marathon, ICF canoe marathon, playboating. National canoe associations include the American, British and Welsh. Most present-day canoeing is done as a part of a sport or recreational activity. In some parts of Europe canoeing refers to both canoeing and kayaking, with a canoe being called an Open canoe. A few of the recreational forms of canoeing are canoe camping and canoe racing such as canoe sprint and canoe marathons. Other forms include a wide range of canoeing on lakes, oceans and streams; the summer Olympics include canoeing competitions. Canoe slalom is a competitive sport with the aim to navigate a decked canoe or kayak through a course of hanging downstream or upstream gates on river rapids in the fastest time possible, it is one of the two kayak and canoeing disciplines at the Summer Olympics, is referred to by the International Olympic Committee as Canoe/Kayak Slalom. The other Olympic canoeing discipline is canoe sprint. Outline of canoeing and kayaking Whitewater canoeing Canoe paddle strokes International Canoe Federation

Don't Miss the Train

Don't Miss the Train is the second full-length album released by punk band No Use for a Name. It was re-released on Fat Wreck Chords on October 2001 with different artwork. "Born Addicted" – 2:40 "Thorn in My Side" – 2:18 "Looney Toon" – 1:50 "TollBridge" – 2:39 "Hole" – 1:56 "Another Step" – 2:18 "Don't Miss the Train" – 2:55 "Watching" – 3:04 "Punk Points" – 1:56 "Tan in a Can" – 2:00 "Death Doesn't Care" – 3:21 "Get Out of This Town" – 1:55 Tony Slyvocals, guitar Chris Dodge – guitar Steve Papoutsis – bass Rory Koff – drums

Emilia Krakowska

Emilia Krakowska is Polish entertainer and theater actress. She graduated from the high school in the Theatre Academy in Warsaw, she worked in the following theaters: Powszechny in Warsaw, Contemporary in Warsaw and Variety in Warsaw and Teatr Powszechny in. Jan Kochanowski in Radom in 2008, she consolidated her film actress career in a number of television series. In the 1980s, she was a member of the National Council for Culture, she belonged to a group of actors who boycotted the Polish stage after the introduction of martial law in 1981.. In 2005, during the X Festival of Stars in Międzyzdroje she participated in the Promenade of Stars. In 2013 she was rewarded by the Polish section of the International Association of Theatre Critics, she was married four times, is the mother of two daughters from the first and second marriage. 2013: Na krawędzi – Janina Orpik, matka Marty 2013: Lekarze – Władysława „Sophie" Żera od 2012: Barwy szczęścia – Antonina 2012-2014: Galeria – Aniela 2009: Ojciec Mateusz – Alicja Lendo 2007-2008: Hela w opałach – Krystyna Trojańska, była teściowa Heli 2005: Magiczne drzewo – babcia Schulz 2004 – 2009: Pierwsza miłość – Natalia Strońska-Radosz 2003: Ciało – Babcia Wanda 1999 – 2007, 2009: Na dobre i na złe – Gabriela Kalita 1993: Czterdziestolatek.

20 lat później – inżynier Halina Małecka-Klecka 1985: Chrześniak – Zosia 1980: Tylko Kaśka – sąsiadka Okońska 1977: Nie zaznasz spokoju – Krystyna 1976: Brunet wieczorową porą – nauczycielka oprowadzająca dzieci po muzeum 1974: Ziemia obiecana – Gitla 1973: Droga – Stefa 1973: ChłopiJagna Pacześ 1973: Jak to się robi – Alina Kubacka, kierowniczka Domu Pracy Twórczej „Muza" 1972: Chłopi – Jagna 1972: Wesele – Marysia, siostra panny młodej 1972: Kopernik – żona złodzieja Kacpra 1971: Seksolatki – Wanda, partnerka Marka Kowalika 1970: Brzezina – Malina – wiejska dziewczyna 1964: Pingwin – dziewczyna w budce telefoniczne 1964: Nieznany – pielęgniarka 2009: Hannah Montana: Film – Babcia Ruby Emilia Krakowska on IMDb Emilia Krakowska w bazie filmweb.pl Emilia Krakowska w bazie filmpolski.pl Emilia Krakowska w bazie e-teatr.pl Emilia Krakowska w bazie stopklatka.pl Emilia Krakowska na zdjęciach w bazie Filmoteki Narodowej „Fototeka” Emilia Krakowska w bazie Akademii Polskiego Filmu