S.L. Benfica (canoeing)

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Location Lisbon, Portugal
Coordinates 40°10′28.48″N 08°39′10.90″W / 40.1745778°N 8.6530278°W / 40.1745778; -8.6530278Coordinates: 40°10′28.48″N 08°39′10.90″W / 40.1745778°N 8.6530278°W / 40.1745778; -8.6530278
Home water Tagus
Founded 2010
Affiliations Federação Portuguesa de Canoagem
Website Official website
Portuguese Canoe racing Championship
Active departments of
Sport Lisboa e Benfica
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Football Football B Football U-19
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Futsal Roller hockey Basketball
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Handball Volleyball Athletics
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Swimming Rugby union Table tennis
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Billiards Canoeing

Sport Lisboa e Benfica is a canoeing team based in Lisbon, Portugal. Benfica's canoeing section is composed of men and women teams. It was created in mist of the club's "Olympic Project", set to develop athletes to represent Portugal in the Summer Olympic Games.[1][2][3]

Technical staff and athletes[edit]

Name Nat. Job
João Coutinho Portugal Vice President
Carlos Lisboa Portugal General Manager
Ana Oliveira Portugal Section Manager


Name Nat. Discipline
Joana Vasconcelos Portugal K1 500m - K2 200m - K2 500m - K4 500m - K1 1000m
João Ribeiro Portugal K2 500m - K1 200m - K4 1000m
Teresa Portela Portugal K1 500m - K1 200m - K4 500m

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Joana Vasconcelos[edit]

Winner (1): 2012[8]

João Ribeiro[edit]

Winner (1): 2012
Winner (1): 2012
Winner (1): 2012[9]

Teresa Portela[edit]

Winner (1): 2012
Winner (1): 2012[10]


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