Kayak-Polo Lessons

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These speed enthusiasts put their team cohesion to the test to achieve great performances. Some of them also follow referee training to officiate at regional and national competitions.

KAYAK-POLO

Two teams of five players compete for a ball on a defined calm body of water, with a goal suspended 2 meters above the water at the ends.

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HOURS
Monday, Wednesday and Friday, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.

PRACTICE PLACE
Bassin du Port, in Périgueux

GOALS

Learn to support yourself, to trust others in a team sport

Participate in Opens and regional competitions

Improve endurance, responsiveness, precision, coordination

ADDITIONAL SPORTS ACTIVITIES

Coaches combine disciplines to improve performance.

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Pauline, 18 years old

Club member
since 2015

THE WORD TO MEMBERS

TESTIMONY

I really like the kayak-polo for the cohesion that there is in the team. It allows me to free my head with my friends. I can play sports while having fun. And I'm not talking about competitions where I can meet lots of other athletes.