The Dordogne Integrale: 127 km by arm’s length

The Dordogne Integrale: 127 km by arm’s length
The Dordogne Integrale: 127 km by arm’s length

The Dordogne Intégrale will take place its 15th edition, Friday May 10, between Argentat-sur-Dordogne and Castelnaud-la-Chapelle. 127 km will be on the menu for the 268 competitors.

After a long version of 360 km between Argentat-sur-Dordogne and Bordeaux in 2023, the Dordogne Integrale returns in 2024 to its short format – so to speak – of 127 km.
This 15th edition will bring together 268 competitors for a canoe, kayak or stand-up paddle journey departing, Friday May 10, at 6:30 a.m., from the quays of Argentat towards Castelanud-la-Chapelle in Dordogne.
In kayaking, victory will be played out among the men between Gaëtan Guyonnet (Moussac), eight-time medalist at the downhill world championships, winner in 2023 and 2021, and three times 2nd in the Dordogne Intégrale, and the local of the stage, Basile Naillon (Castelnaud), runner-up last year to Gaëtant Guyonnet.
To follow Alix Congnard-Lecat (Argentat), sole representative of the organizing club and for whom this will be the first participation.
Among the women, Lucile Moreau (Villeneuve-sur-Lot) is the favorite.

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