2010 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships

The 2010 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships took place in Markkleeberg, Germany from 4 to 8 August 2010 under the auspices of the European Canoe Association (ECA) at the Kanupark Markkleeberg artificial course. It was the 12th edition of the competition for Juniors (U18) and the 8th edition for the Under 23 category. A total of 17 medal events took place. No medals were awarded for the U23 women's C1 individual and team events due to low number of participating countries. The junior women's C1 team event did not take place. It was the first time that women's C1 class appeared at the European Junior and U23 Championships.

2010 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships
LocationGermany Markkleeberg, Germany
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Medal SummaryEdit

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MenEdit

CanoeEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1   Kacper Gondek (POL) 101.74   Kirill Setkin (RUS) 101.81   Kilian Foulon (FRA) 103.01
C1 team   Germany
Sebastian Tilgner
Frederick Pfeiffer
Maceo Mahne
115.72   Poland
Kacper Gondek
Wojciech Pasiut
Igor Sztuba
116.55   Czech Republic
Martin Říha
Radim Božek
Michal Pešek
121.19
C2   Michał Wiercioch/Grzegorz Majerczak (POL) 114.60   Jan Michael Müller/Marcel Prinz (GER) 116.70   Jakub Hojda/Tomáš Macášek (CZE) 118.93
C2 team   Poland
Filip Brzeziński/Andrzej Brzeziński
Michał Wiercioch/Grzegorz Majerczak
Przemysław Plewa/Tomasz Kucia
143.19   Great Britain
Ryan Westley/George Tatchell
Matthew Holliday/Matthew Evans
Jonathan Shaw/Liam Allwood
145.01   Germany
Michel Kerstan/Ansgar Oltmanns
Tom Lorke/Max Gerth
Jan Michael Müller/Marcel Prinz
150.68
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1   Denis Gargaud Chanut (FRA) 93.35   Matej Beňuš (SVK) 94.44   Christos Tsakmakis (GRE) 96.44
C1 team   Germany
Alexander Funk
Franz Anton
Sideris Tasiadis
109.59   Slovenia
Benjamin Savšek
Jure Lenarčič
Anže Berčič
112.28   Slovakia
Matej Beňuš
Karol Rozmuš
Jerguš Baďura
113.81
C2   Pierre Picco/Hugo Biso (FRA) 104.55   Gauthier Klauss/Matthieu Péché (FRA) 104.95   Ondřej Karlovský/Jakub Jáně (CZE) 105.76
C2 team   Germany
Holger Gerdes/Jan-Phillip Eckert
Robert Behling/Thomas Becker
Kai Müller/Kevin Müller
121.35   Czech Republic
Jonáš Kašpar/Marek Šindler
Robert Gotvald/Jan Vlček
Ondřej Karlovský/Jakub Jáně
126.24   Poland
Dariusz Chlebek/Patryk Brzeziński
Kamil Gondek/Andrzej Poparda
Karol Kasprzak/Marcin Kasprzak
132.49

KayakEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 91.96   Fabian Schweikert (GER) 97.15   Rafał Polaczyk (POL) 98.30
K1 team   Czech Republic
Jiří Prskavec
Ondřej Cvikl
Jaroslav Strnad
110.75   Great Britain
Joe Clarke
Ciaran Lee Edwards
David Bain
115.02   Italy
Lorenzo Veronesi
Zeno Ivaldi
Giovanni De Gennaro
116.10
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Sebastian Schubert (GER) 90.40   Hannes Aigner (GER) 90.49   Vivien Colober (FRA) 90.67
K1 team   France
Étienne Daille
Vivien Colober
Sébastien Combot
105.59   Poland
Michał Pasiut
Mateusz Polaczyk
Łukasz Polaczyk
106.61   Italy
Riccardo De Gennaro
Lukas Mayr
Omar Raiba
107.52

WomenEdit

CanoeEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1   Viktoria Wolffhardt (AUT) 167.60   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 173.39   Jessica Decker (GER) 215.21
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1
(non-medal event)
  Michaela Grimm (GER) 182.13   Claire Jacquet (FRA) 182.40   Sabrina Barm (GER) 220.12
C1 team
(non-medal event)
  France
Claire Jacquet
Cécile Tixier
Clara Dos Santos
205.95   Germany
Hannah Grünbeck
Jessica Decker
Tammy Behrendt
515.77   Germany
Sabrina Barm
Lena Stöcklin
Michaela Grimm
585.71

KayakEdit

JuniorEdit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Maria Clara Giai Pron (ITA) 109.84   Pavlína Zástěrová (CZE) 111.71   Eva Terčelj (SLO) 112.59
K1 team   Germany
Lisa Fritsche
Caroline Trompeter
Ricarda Funk
129.17   Great Britain
Natalie Wilson
Emily Woodcock
Bethan Latham
130.12   Czech Republic
Karolína Galušková
Anna Bustová
Pavlína Zástěrová
180.68
U23Edit
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1   Jacqueline Horn (GER) 102.79   Kateřina Kudějová (CZE) 104.80   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 106.94
K1 team   Slovenia
Urša Kragelj
Nina Slapšak
Eva Terčelj
125.57   Germany
Stefanie Horn
Cindy Pöschel
Jacqueline Horn
129.36   Austria
Corinna Kuhnle
Viktoria Wolffhardt
Lisa Leitner
130.99

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany (GER)64212
2  Poland (POL)3227
3  France (FRA)3126
4  Czech Republic (CZE)2349
5  Slovenia (SLO)1113
6  Austria (AUT)1023
  Italy (ITA)1023
8  Great Britain (GBR)0404
9  Slovakia (SVK)0112
10  Russia (RUS)0101
11  Greece (GRE)0011
Totals (11 nations)17171751

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Official results" (PDF). Retrieved 17 December 2017.

External linksEdit