2011 Canoe Slalom World Cup

The 2011 Canoe Slalom World Cup was a series of four races in five canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation (ICF). It was the 24th edition.

CalendarEdit

The series opened with World Cup Race 1 in Tacen, Slovenia (24–26 June) and ended with the World Cup Final in Prague, Czech Republic (12–14 August). The World Cup Final held a special status as the tie-breaker.

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race 1   Tacen 24–26 June
World Cup Race 2   L'Argentière-la-Bessée 1–3 July
World Cup Race 3   Markkleeberg 8–10 July
World Cup Final   Prague 12–14 August

Final standingsEdit

The winner of each race was awarded 60 points. Points for lower places differed from one category to another. Every participant was guaranteed at least two points for participation and five points for qualifying for the semifinal run.[1] If two or more athletes or boats had the same number of points at the end of the series, the athletes or boats with the better result in the World Cup Final were awarded the higher position.

C1 menEdit

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1   Stanislav Ježek (CZE) 172
2   Matej Beňuš (SVK) 172
3   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 154
4   Denis Gargaud Chanut (FRA) 131
5   Nicolas Peschier (FRA) 126
6   Benjamin Savšek (SLO) 126
7   Grzegorz Kiljanek (POL) 119
8   Jan Benzien (GER) 118
9   Christos Tsakmakis (GRE) 115
10   Tomáš Indruch (CZE) 111

C1 womenEdit

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1   Rosalyn Lawrence (AUS) 225
2   Leanne Guinea (AUS) 189
3   Katarína Macová (SVK) 173
4   Kateřina Hošková (CZE) 146
5   Caroline Loir (FRA) 128
6   Jessica Fox (AUS) 120
7   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 117
8   Lena Stöcklin (GER) 105
9   Teng Qianqian (CHN) 84
10   Oriane Rebours (FRA) 84

C2 menEdit

Pos Athletes Points[2]
1   Pavol Hochschorner/Peter Hochschorner (SVK) 170
2   Gauthier Klauss/Matthieu Péché (FRA) 150
3   Tomáš Koplík/Jakub Vrzáň (CZE) 143
4   Ladislav Škantár/Peter Škantár (SVK) 141
5   Sašo Taljat/Luka Božič (SLO) 138
6   Piotr Szczepański/Marcin Pochwała (POL) 130
7   Pierre Labarelle/Nicolas Peschier (FRA) 118
8   Mathieu Fougere/Thomas Fougere (FRA) 112
9   Hugo Biso/Pierre Picco (FRA) 107
10   Andrea Benetti/Erik Masoero (ITA) 106

K1 menEdit

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 177
2   Vavřinec Hradilek (CZE) 176
3   Daniele Molmenti (ITA) 163
4   Dariusz Popiela (POL) 145
5   Jure Meglič (SLO) 143
6   Sebastian Schubert (GER) 126
7   Luboš Hilgert (CZE) 123
8   Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 115
9   Pierre Bourliaud (FRA) 114
10   Scott Parsons (USA) 107

K1 womenEdit

Pos Athlete Points[2]
1   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 217
2   Dana Mann (SVK) 174
3   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 163
4   Melanie Pfeifer (GER) 150
5   Irena Pavelková (CZE) 133
6   Štěpánka Hilgertová (CZE) 125
7   Eva Terčelj (SLO) 118
8   Claudia Bär (GER) 107
9   Kateřina Kudějová (CZE) 106
10   Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 105

ResultsEdit

World Cup Race 1Edit

The series opener took place in Tacen, Slovenia on 24–26 June. The five gold medals went to five different countries. Slovakia was the most successful country with a gold, a silver and three bronzes. The home nation won three medals, one of each color.[3]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men   David Florence (GBR) 100.85   Stanislav Ježek (CZE) 101.24   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 101.48
C1 women   Rosalyn Lawrence (AUS) 126.44   Leanne Guinea (AUS) 126.75   Katarína Macová (SVK) 138.14
C2 men   Slovakia
Pavol Hochschorner
Peter Hochschorner
104.89   France
Hugo Biso
Pierre Picco
107.58   Slovakia
Ladislav Škantár
Peter Škantár
107.97
K1 men   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 95.48   Jure Meglič (SLO) 98.81   Sebastian Schubert (GER) 99.57
K1 women   Melanie Pfeifer (GER) 108.14   Dana Mann (SVK) 108.66   Urša Kragelj (SLO) 109.51

World Cup Race 2Edit

The second race of the series took place in L'Argentière-la-Bessée, France on 1–3 July. Slovakia was again the most successful country with two golds. The home team of France won one gold and one bronze medal.[4]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men   Matej Beňuš (SVK) 111.65   Ander Elosegi (ESP) 113.37   Stanislav Ježek (CZE) 114.12
C1 women   Jessica Fox (AUS) 136.62   Rosalyn Lawrence (AUS) 139.48   Leanne Guinea (AUS)} 146.62
C2 men   France
Gauthier Klauss
Matthieu Péché
116.68   Slovenia
Sašo Taljat
Luka Božič
117.01   France
Hugo Biso
Pierre Picco
117.55
K1 men   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 108.03   Samuel Hernanz (ESP) 108.28   Luboš Hilgert (CZE) 109.14
K1 women   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 118.32   Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 119.59   Kateřina Kudějová (CZE) 119.73

World Cup Race 3Edit

The penultimate race of the series took place in Markkleeberg, Germany on 8–10 July. Michal Martikán and Tony Estanguet made their only appearance in the 2011 world cup season here. Slovakia won the medal table for the third consecutive time with three golds. Germany won one silver medal on home water.[5]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men   Michal Martikán (SVK) 101.46   Jan Benzien (GER) 102.68   Tony Estanguet (FRA) 103.64
C1 women   Jessica Fox (AUS) 136.20   Caroline Loir (FRA) 141.39   Rosalyn Lawrence (AUS) 143.26
C2 men   Slovakia
Pavol Hochschorner
Peter Hochschorner
114.29   France
Pierre Labarelle
Nicolas Peschier
115.75   Poland
Piotr Szczepański
Marcin Pochwała
115.91
K1 men   Pierre Bourliaud (FRA) 97.58   Boris Neveu (FRA) 97.85   Dariusz Popiela (POL) 99.67
K1 women   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 111.17   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 114.37   Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 115.21

World Cup FinalEdit

The World Cup Final took place in Prague, Czech Republic on 12–14 August. The overall world cup winners for 2011 were determined here. Slovakia took the medal table for the fourth consecutive time with two golds and a silver. The home Czech paddlers managed to win one gold and two silvers.[6]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 94.85   Denis Gargaud Chanut (FRA) 94.93   David Florence (GBR) 96.50
C1 women   Rosalyn Lawrence (AUS) 118.10   Kateřina Hošková (CZE) 121.20   Caroline Loir (FRA) 128.77
C2 men   Slovenia
Sašo Taljat
Luka Božič
100.86   Czech Republic
Tomáš Koplík
Jakub Vrzáň
102.99   United Kingdom
David Florence
Richard Hounslow
103.34
K1 men   Vavřinec Hradilek (CZE) 88.60   Daniele Molmenti (ITA) 88.65   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 90.02
K1 women   Elena Kaliská (SVK) 105.59   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 106.04   Marta Kharitonova (RUS) 106.71

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ World Cup Points Allocation System Archived 2011-01-21 at the Wayback Machine - accessed September 27, 2011
  2. ^ a b c d e "ICF CANOE SLALOM WORLD CUP SERIES STANDINGS 2011" (PDF). CanoeICF.com. Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  3. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  4. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 2" (PDF). Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  5. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 3 December 2017.
  6. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race Final" (PDF). Retrieved 3 December 2017.

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