2006 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships

The 2006 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships took place in Nottingham, United Kingdom from 24 to 27 August 2006 under the auspices of the European Canoe Association (ECA) at the Holme Pierrepont National Watersports Centre. It was the 8th edition of the competition for Juniors (U18) and the 4th edition for the Under 23 category. A total of 15 medal events took place. No medals were awarded for the U23 men's C2 team event due to low number of participating countries.

2006 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships
LocationUnited Kingdom Nottingham, United Kingdom
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Medal SummaryEdit

[1]

MenEdit

CanoeEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1   Grzegorz Hedwig (POL) 199.79   Dawid Bartos (POL) 200.35   Mark Proctor (GBR) 203.21
C1 team   Poland
Grzegorz Hedwig
Piotr Szczepański
Dawid Bartos
218.37   France
Sébastien Cardiet
Thibaud Vielliard
Norbert Neveu
242.28   Slovakia
Matej Skubík
Juraj Ontko
Lukáš Gajarský
242.38
C2   Robert Gotvald/Jan Vlček (CZE) 221.79   Hugo Biso/Pierre Picco (FRA) 226.42   Yoan Del Rey/Arthur Grandemange (FRA) 226.65
C2 team   Slovenia
Luka Božič/Sašo Taljat
Blaž Oven/Luka Slapšak
Jure Janežič/Anže Janežič
265.60   Poland
Dawid Dobrowolski/Dominik Węglarz
Marcin Kasprzak/Karol Kasprzak
Michał Salamon/Grzegorz Kwiatek
267.24   France
Hugo Biso/Pierre Picco
Yoan Del Rey/Arthur Grandemange
Jeff Mouroux/Cyril Barbier
278.41
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 192.08   Nicolas Peschier (FRA) 193.43   Christos Tsakmakis (GRE) 195.40
C1 team   Poland
Adam Czaja
Grzegorz Kiljanek
Krzysztof Supowicz
213.17   Slovenia
Jošt Zakrajšek
Benjamin Savšek
Marko Čivčija
215.81   Germany
Lukas Hoffmann
Vitali Zirka
Timo Wirsching
217.25
C2   Tomáš Kučera/Ján Bátik (SVK) 201.01   Mathieu Voyemant/Damien Troquenet (FRA) 204.38   Ladislav Vlček/Martin Hammer (CZE) 208.78
C2 team
(non-medal event)
  France
Mathieu Fougere/Thomas Fougere
Gauthier Klauss/Matthieu Péché
Mathieu Voyemant/Damien Troquenet
235.19   Germany
Daniel Junker/Martin Krenzer
Michael Bartsch/Michael Wiedemann
Felix Michel/Sebastian Piersig
241.47   Czech Republic
Jan Zdráhal/Petr Zdráhal
Tomáš Koplík/Jakub Vrzáň
Ladislav Vlček/Martin Hammer
248.81

KayakEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Jan Vondra (CZE) 186.27   Lucien Delfour (FRA) 189.51   Mateusz Polaczyk (POL) 192.10
K1 team   Poland
Łukasz Polaczyk
Jakub Chojnowski
Mateusz Polaczyk
214.30   Czech Republic
Vít Přindiš
Tomáš Maslaňák
Jan Vondra
216.11   Germany
Stefan Menke
Sebastian Hitz
Sven Brabender
222.66
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 179.52   Dariusz Popiela (POL) 180.16   Daniele Molmenti (ITA) 180.33
K1 team   Poland
Henryk Polaczyk
Grzegorz Polaczyk
Dariusz Popiela
199.90   Germany
Jürgen Kraus
Robert Süssenbach
Jens Ewald
200.78   Italy
Andrea Romeo
Enrico Gheno
Daniele Molmenti
206.36

WomenEdit

KayakEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Kateřina Kudějová (CZE) 216.21   Šárka Blažková (CZE) 218.41   Urša Kragelj (SLO) 218.76
K1 team   Germany
Stefanie Horn
Maren Alberti
Cindy Pöschel
242.72   Czech Republic
Šárka Blažková
Kateřina Kudějová
Anna Dandová
252.29   France
Laura Lyphout
Claire Jacquet
Laura Mangin
254.81
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 197.73   Melanie Pfeifer (GER) 204.00   Dorothée Utz (GER) 209.08
K1 team   Germany
Dorothée Utz
Mira Louen
Melanie Pfeifer
231.01   Great Britain
Claire Harrower
Louise Donington
Lizzie Neave
243.15   France
Carole Bouzidi
Marie-Zélia Lafont
Émilie Fer
244.43

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Poland (POL)5319
2  Czech Republic (CZE)3317
3  Slovakia (SVK)3014
4  Germany (GER)2237
5  Slovenia (SLO)2114
6  France (FRA)0549
7  Great Britain (GBR)0112
8  Italy (ITA)0022
9  Greece (GRE)0011
Totals (9 entries)15151545

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Official results" (PDF). Retrieved 27 December 2017.

External linksEdit