2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held from 6–10 August 2014 in Moscow, Russia.

2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships
2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships - Krylatskoye Rowing Canal panorama (2014-08-08).jpg
LocationMoscow, Russia
Start date6
End date10 August 2014

They were chosen at an ICF board of directors meeting in Budapest on 10 April 2010.

Explanation of eventsEdit

Canoe sprint competitions are broken up into Canadian canoe (C), an open canoe with a single-blade paddle, or in kayaks (K), a closed canoe with a double-bladed paddle. Each canoe or kayak can hold one person (1), two people (2), or four people (4). For each of the specific canoes or kayaks, such as a K-1 (kayak single), the competition distances can be 200 metres (660 ft), 500 metres (1,600 ft), or 1,000 metres (3,300 ft) long. When a competition is listed as a C-2 500 m event as an example, it means two people are in a canoe competing at a 500 metres (1,600 ft) distance.[1]

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C–1 200 m[2]   Yuriy Cheban (UKR) 38.137   Alexey Korovashkov (RUS) 38.143   Jevgenij Shuklin (LTU) 38.423
C–1 500 m[3]   Isaquias Queiroz (BRA) 1:47.916   Sebastian Brendel (GER) 1:49.433   Martin Fuksa (CZE) 1:49.726
C–1 1000 m[4]   Sebastian Brendel (GER) 3:44.578   Martin Fuksa (CZE) 3:48.180   Attila Vajda (HUN) 3:49.296
C–1 5000 m[5]   Sebastian Brendel (GER) 23:09.973   Attila Vajda (HUN) 23:11.057   Pavel Petrov (RUS) 23:18.224
C–2 200 m[6]   Russia
Alexey Korovashkov
Ivan Shtyl
35.350   Germany
Stefan Holtz
Robert Nuck
35.706   Brazil
Isaquias Queiroz
Erlon Silva
36.064
C–2 500 m[7]   Russia
Alexey Korovashkov
Ivan Shtyl
1:35.829   Romania
Alexandru Dumitrescu
Victor Mihalachi
1:38.381   Cuba
Rolexis Baez
Serguey Torres
1:39.385
C–2 1000 m[8]   Romania
Alexandru Dumitrescu
Victor Mihalachi
3:28.340   Hungary
Henrik Vasbányai
Róbert Mike
3:28.690   Germany
Yul Oeltze
Ronald Verch
3:30.442
C–4 1000 m[9]   Russia
Rasul Ishmukhamedov
Viktor Melantyev
Ilya Pervukhin
Kirill Shamshurin
3:10.701   Belarus
Dzianis Harazha
Dzmitry Rabchanka
Dzmitry Vaitsishkin
Aleksandr Vauchetskiy
3:13.420   Hungary
Tamás Kiss
Pál Sarudi
Dávid Varga
András Vass
3:13.498
C–1 4×200 m Relay[10]   Russia
Alexey Korovashkov
Andrey Kraitor
Nikolay Lipkin
Ivan Shtyl
2:43.602   Ukraine
Yuriy Cheban
Vitalii Goliuk
Oleksandr Maksymchuk
Vadym Tsipan
2:48.629   Hungary
Jonatán Hajdú
Dávid Korisánszky
Ádám Lantos
Péter Nagy
2:50.046

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K–1 200 m[11]   Mark de Jonge (CAN) 33.961   Petter Menning (SWE) 34.088   Ed McKeever (GBR)
  Saúl Craviotto (ESP)
34.270
K–1 500 m[12]   René Holten Poulsen (DEN) 1:39.190   Bence Dombvári (HUN) 1:39.351   Marcus Walz (ESP) 1:39.692
K–1 1000 m[13]   Josef Dostál (CZE) 3:25.092   Miroslav Kirchev (BUL) 3:26.409   René Holten Poulsen (DEN) 3:26.482
K–1 5000 m[14]   Ken Wallace (AUS) 20:12.981   Max Hoff (GER) 20:14.004   Cyrille Carré (FRA) 20:14.562
K–2 200 m[15]   Serbia
Nebojša Grujić
Marko Novaković
30.500 WB   Germany
Tom Liebscher
Ronald Rauhe
30.606   France
Maxime Beaumont
Sébastien Jouve
30.884
K–2 500 m[16]   Slovakia
Erik Vlček
Juraj Tarr
1:28.187   Hungary
Rudolf Dombi
Gergely Boros
1:28.203   Belarus
Raman Piatrushenka
Vadzim Makhneu
1:29.292
K–2 1000 m[17]   Slovakia
Erik Vlček
Juraj Tarr
3:08.784   Australia
Ken Wallace
Lachlan Tame
3:09.637   Serbia
Marko Tomićević
Vladimir Torubarov
3:09.857
K–4 1000 m[18]   Czech Republic
Daniel Havel
Lukáš Trefil
Josef Dostál
Jan Štěrba
2:46.724   Portugal
Fernando Pimenta
João Ribeiro
Emanuel Silva
David Fernandes
2:46.939   Hungary
Zoltán Kammerer
Dávid Tóth
Tamás Kulifai
Dániel Pauman
2:48.039
K–1 4×200 m Relay[19]   Hungary
Miklós Dudás
Dávid Hérics
Bence Nádas
Sándor Tótka
2:24.193   France
Maxime Beaumont
Étienne Hubert
Arnaud Hybois
Sébastien Jouve
2:24.348   Great Britain
Liam Heath
Ed McKeever
Kristian Reeves
Jon Schofield
2:24.972

WomenEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C–1 200 m[20]   Laurence Vincent-Lapointe (CAN) 46.419   Staniliya Stamenova (BUL) 46.977   Valdenice do Nascimento (BRA) 47.099
C–2 500 m[21]   Hungary
Zsanett Lakatos
Kincső Takács
2:03.152   Belarus
Daryna Kastsiuchenka
Kamila Bobr
2:04.562   Russia
Natalia Marasanova
Olesia Romasenko
2:06.719

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K–1 200 m[22]   Lisa Carrington (NZL) 37.898 WB   Marta Walczykiewicz (POL) 38.814   Nikolina Moldovan (SRB) 39.416
K–1 500 m[23]   Danuta Kozák (HUN) 1:49.283   Lisa Carrington (NZL) 1:49.790   Bridgitte Hartley (RSA) 1:50.496
K–1 1000 m[24]   Teneale Hatton (NZL) 3:49.423   Tamara Csipes (HUN) 3:49.474   Dalma Ružičić-Benedek (SRB) 3:49.780
K–1 5000 m[25]   Louisa Sawers (GBR) 23:10.957   Maryna Pautaran (BLR) 23:15.158   Renáta Csay (HUN) 23:21.060
K–2 200 m[26]   Hungary
Anna Kárász
Ninetta Vad
35.869   Germany
Franziska Weber
Tina Dietze
35.986   Belarus
Marharyta Tsishkevich
Maryna Litvinchuk
36.217
K–2 500 m[27]   Hungary
Gabriella Szabó
Tamara Csipes
1:39.935   Serbia
Nikolina Moldovan
Olivera Moldovan
1:40.480   Poland
Karolina Naja
Beata Mikołajczyk
1:41.337
K–2 1000 m[28]   Denmark
Henriette Engel Hansen
Emma Jørgensen
3:33.784   Belarus
Aleksandra Grishina
Sofiya Yurchanka
3:35.818   Hungary
Erika Medveczky
Alíz Sarudi
3:35.949
K–4 500 m[29]   Hungary
Anna Kárász
Danuta Kozák
Gabriella Szabó
Ninetta Vad
1:28.219   Poland
Edyta Dzieniszewska
Beata Mikołajczyk
Karolina Naja
Marta Walczykiewicz
1:28.942   Belarus
Volha Khudzenka
Nadzeya Papok
Maryna Pautaran
Marharyta Tsishkevich
1:29.585
K–1 4×200 m Relay[30]   Poland
Edyta Dzieniszewska
Karolina Naja
Marta Walczykiewicz
Ewelina Wojnarowska
2:47.793   Russia
Natalia Lobova
Anastasia Panchenko
Natalia Podolskaya
Elena Terekhova
2:48.833   Belarus
Maryna Pautaran
Volha Khudzenka
Marharyta Tsishkevich
Sofiya Yurchanka
2:49.762

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Hungary (HUN)65617
2  Russia (RUS)4228
3  Germany (GER)2518
4  Czech Republic (CZE)2114
5  New Zealand (NZL)2103
6  Denmark (DEN)2013
7  Canada (CAN)2002
  Slovakia (SVK)2002
9  Poland (POL)1214
10  Serbia (SRB)1135
11  Australia (AUS)1102
  Romania (ROU)1102
  Ukraine (UKR)1102
14  Brazil (BRA)1023
  Great Britain (GBR)1023
16  Belarus (BLR)0448
17  Bulgaria (BUL)0202
18  France (FRA)0123
19  Portugal (POR)0101
  Sweden (SWE)0101
21  Spain (ESP)0022
22  Cuba (CUB)0011
  Lithuania (LTU)0011
  South Africa (RSA)0011
Totals (24 nations)29293088

ParacanoeingEdit

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
Men's K–1 200 m A[31]   András Rozbora (HUN) 49.375   Ian Marsden (GBR) 49.866   Igor Korobeynikov (RUS) 50.095
Men's K–1 200 m TA[32]   Markus Mendy Swoboda (AUT) 40.928   Fernando Rufino de Paulo (BRA) 41.872   Victor Potanin (RUS) 42.906
Men's K–1 200 m LTA[33]   Yuriy Kikhayev (UKR) 39.208   Iulian Serban (ROU) 39.467   Leonid Krylov (RUS) 39.962
Men's V–1 200 m A[34]   Luis Carlos Cardoso da Silva (BRA) 54.944   Oleksandr Hrechko (UKR) 57.481   Róbert Suba (HUN) 59.136
Men's V–1 200 m TA[35]   Curtis McGrath (AUS) 48.596   Jonathan Young (GBR) 49.613   Victor Potanin (RUS) 52.356
Men's V–1 200 m LTA[36]   Pier Alberto Buccoliero (ITA) 50.368   Martin Tweedie (GBR) 51.369   Aleksei Egorov (RUS) 51.806
Women's K–1 200 m A[37]   Jeanette Chippington (GBR) 55.213   Svitlana Kupriianova (UKR) 59.292   Alexandra Dupik (RUS) 59.856
Women's K–1 200 m TA[38]   Emma Wiggs (GBR) 53.128   Christine Gauthier (CAN) 53.505   Nataliia Lagutenko (UKR) 55.235
Women's K–1 200 m LTA[39]   Anne Dickins (GBR) 49.700   Cindy Moreau (FRA) 49.813   Amanda Reynolds (AUS) 51.247
Women's V–1 200 m A[40]   Jeanette Chippington (GBR) 1:00.016   Kara Kennedy (AUS) 1:06.718   Zoia Ovsii (UKR) 1:31.382
Women's V–1 200 m TA[41]   Emma Wiggs (GBR) 1:00.358   Christine Gauthier (CAN) 1:02.565   Natalia Lagutenko (UKR) 1:03.666
Women's V–1 200 m LTA[42]   Andrea Green (GBR) 57.948   Larisa Volik (RUS) 1:00.749   Christine Gauthier (CAN) 1:01.908

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