Monday, 9 April 2012

Eirik Verås Larsen

The Olympic Games are approaching and meanwhile most of the paddlers have to go through tough national trials and then preolympic qualifiers with just some quota places on the table, some others already did their homework during last year's World Champs in Szeged and have earned their right to fight for the medals at Eton Dorney in August. That's the case of Eirik Verås Larsen, Olympic Champion over 1.000 metres at Athens 2004 and who closely saw how Tim Brabants broke the Norwegian dictatorship over that distance for the last two decades. Natural successor of the great Knut Holmann, Eirik shows up his feelings on the course in this nice video.

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