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  1. Kayaking Student:Milena Bagnikyan 10th class Date:02/12/2022
  2. ●What is kayaking? ●History. ●Equipment. ●Types of kayaking. ●Kayaking in Olyimpics. CONTENTS OF THIS presentation
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  4. Kayaking Kayaking is a type of paddling sport which involves excitement ,skill and danger. Kayaking is the use of a kayak for moving over water. From about the 1990s, kayaking has been known as the fast-growing water sport .
  5. • First used by Eskimos and Inuits ,in Greenland .They were made from wood and animal skin. The main purpose for creating the kayak, which literally translates to "hunter's boat" was for hunting and fishing. About History • Archaeologists have found evidence that kayaks are at least 4000 years old. • By the 1800s the kayak became increasingly popular and the Europeans became interested. German and French men began kayaking for sport. 1980’s they started to make kayaks from plastic.
  6. Seats Stern Deck Saturn is composed of hydrogen and helium Double bladed paddle Equipment
  7. Crash helmet For safety : ) Life jacket
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  9. • It is the basic kayaking that is seen on well-protected lakes and other safe bodies of water. They are the boats used in rental fleets and local parks and are found on the shores of lake homes across the country. Recreation al
  10. Sea kayaking • Sea kayaking is done out in the ocean or on other bodies of water that are large and unpredictable. Sea kayaks are easy to paddle once you get used to them. They can also cut through sizeable waves because of their aerodynamics.
  11. Whitewather kayaking • Whitewater kayakers paddle rivers, streams, and creeks where rapids or white water is present. • Whitewater kayakers paddle rivers, streams, and creeks where rapids or white water is present.
  12. Surf kayaking Surf kayaking takes place in the ocean but uses kayaks similarly shaped to whitewater boats. It is basically surfing, but instead of using a surfboard the paddler sits in a kayak. Surf kayaking is another dangerous genre of paddling and requires special instruction and understanding.
  13. Eskimo roll A kayak roll (often referred to as an Eskimo roll) is the act of righting a capsized kayak by use of body motion or a paddle. Typically this is done by lifting the torso towards the surface, flicking the hips to right the kayak, and applying a small force by means of the paddle to assist the torso back over the boat.
  14. Kayaking in Olympics • Olympics has merged Kayak and canoe competitions. Because they have very similar histories and tales about how they particularly became possibly the best types of competition, to achieve the Olympics. Kayaking is normally between 500 and 1000 meters in length in the Olympic Games. But from 1936-1956 there were instances of 10 km of kayaking races. • Kayak races were introduced in the Berlin Olympic Games in 1936.
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