The European Games 2023 company has signed an agreement with Likom, which will make it possible to organize a canoe sprint competition during the Games, at the Lake at Piaski popularly known as “Kryspinow Waterway”. The agreement was signed on behalf of Likom by Artur Gołda, chairman of the board of directors, and on behalf of the Organizing Committee its signature was affixed by Michal Langer, vice president of the board of directors of European Games 2023 and Maciej Kurp, vice president of the management board of European Games 2023 and administrative and economic director.
Only a few months are left until the Krakow-Malopolska European Games. By virtue of an agreement signed on Friday, the Likom company of Krakow will rent its facilities – that is, the real estate comprising the area of the Lake at Piaski and those located next to the Lake at Piaski in Budzyn, along with the entire technical infrastructure and parking lots – to the event’s organizers. All in order to host the biggest European kayaking stars in June. The agreement signed on Friday, March 3, covers a one-month lease of the facility by the company.
Kryspin Waterway is not only a popular swimming area, but also an excellent place for active recreation. It also attracts lovers of water sports such as windsurfing and kayaking, and it is the competition in canoe sprint that will take place at this extremely picturesque facility. The competition in canoe sprint will begin as early as June 21, the opening day of the Third European Games Krakow-Malopolska 2023, and will last four days, where nearly 300 athletes and competitors will compete for sixteen sets of medals. The competition in canoeing will be held in the rank of European championships. The first four sets of medals will be handed out as early as June 22, and six finals will be held on the next two days each. The exciting competition will be watched from the height of the stands by 1,400 spectators.
The 3rd European Games Krakow-Malopolska 2023 will begin already on June 21 and will last until July 2. For twelve days, the best athletes from the Old Continent will compete for medals of the Games, but also for Olympic qualification. Some of the competitions will also have the rank of European championships, and this in itself guarantees the highest level and passionate competition.