Schwerverletzter Coach: Kanutrainer Henze wurde wegen Einsparungen im Krankenhaus weitertransportiert

Schwerverletzter Coach: Kanutrainer Henze wurde wegen Einsparungen im Krankenhaus weitertransportiert

Olympia 2016 | Kanu-Star will Gold für seine tote Freundin - Olympia 2016…

Olympia 2016

Olympia 2016 | Kanu-Star will Gold für seine tote Freundin - Olympia 2016…

Schwerer Autounfall in Rio | Deutscher Kanu-Trainer in Lebensgefahr - Olympia 2016 - Bild.de

Schwerer Autounfall in Rio - Deutscher Kanu-Trainer in Lebensgefahr

Schwerer Autounfall in Rio | Deutscher Kanu-Trainer in Lebensgefahr - Olympia 2016 - Bild.de

Olympia 2016 | Kanu-Star will Gold für seine tote Freundin

Olympia 2016

Olympia 2016 | Kanu-Star will Gold für seine tote Freundin

Hosting the 2016 Canoe Journey Paddle to Nisqually was like bringing the Olympics, the Super Bowl and a major concert to the reservation near Yelm, about 15 miles east of Olympia. The tribal canoe journey, hosted this year by the Nisqually tribe, has reawakened Coast Salish culture, participants say.

Nisqually’s Canoe Journey reignites Coast Salish culture

Bild zu Olympia, Rio 2016, Kanu, Wildwasser (3000×1999)

Bild zu Olympia, Rio 2016, Kanu, Wildwasser (3000×1999)

Things to do in Washington State: River Tubing down Deschutes River (Tumwater)

river tubing down the Deschutes River from Pioneer Park to Tumwater Falls Park, things to do in Olympia, Washington

Simon Goodlife feat. Olympia-Kanu-Team - RIOlympia (Offizielles Video)

Simon Goodlife feat. Olympia-Kanu-Team - RIOlympia (Offizielles Video)

Bild zu Olympia, Rio 2016, Kanu (3000×2000)

Bild zu Olympia, Rio 2016, Kanu (3000×2000)

Sailors assist in transporting a tribal canoe, some weighing more than 1,500 pounds, during a canoe landing the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe hosted in Kingston, Wash., July 24, 2016. The sailors are assigned to Naval Base Kitsap. During the event, Pacific Northwest tribes traveled via canoe to tribal sites, culminating in a landing in Olympia, Wash. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Cory Asato

Sailors assist in transporting a tribal canoe, some weighing more than 1,500 pounds, during a canoe landing the Port Gamble S'Klallam Tribe hosted in Kingston, Wash., July 24, 2016. The sailors are assigned to Naval Base Kitsap. During the event, Pacific Northwest tribes traveled via canoe to tribal sites, culminating in a landing in Olympia, Wash. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Cory Asato

Hosting the 2016 Canoe Journey Paddle to Nisqually was like bringing the…

Nisqually’s Canoe Journey reignites Coast Salish culture

Bild zu Olympia, Rio 2016, Kanu (3000×2001)

Official Olympic Photo of Canoe Sprint - Kayak Double Women

Bild zu Sebastian Brendel, Jan Vandrey, Olympia, Rio, 2016 (3000×1985)

Bild zu Sebastian Brendel, Jan Vandrey, Olympia, Rio, 2016 (3000×1985)

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