Mountain Biking Highlight
The Augsburger Eiskanal is a whitewater facility in the Augsburg district of Spickel and was built for the canoe slalom competitions of the 1972 Summer Olympics. In connection with the Olympic competitions, the federal center for canoe slalom and whitewater was built there. Since 2003 there is also the Augsburg Kanumuseum. Today, the ice channel is operated jointly by Kanu Schwaben Augsburg, a division of TSV Schwaben Augsburg, and the Augsburg Kayak Association.
April 21, 2018
Canoe section ice channel station 16 of the Augsburg water system
Built for the 1972 Olympic Games as the world's first artificial canoe route, it is still used for international competitions. Competitive sports have been practiced on the ice channel since 1945
March 13, 2020
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