2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup

The 2016 Canoe Slalom World Cup was a series of five races in 5 canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation (ICF). It was the 29th edition.

CalendarEdit

The series opened with World Cup Race 1 in Ivrea, Italy (June 3–5) and concluded with the World Cup Final in Tacen, Slovenia (September 9–11).[1]

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race 1   Ivrea 3–5 June
World Cup Race 2   La Seu d'Urgell 10–12 June
World Cup Race 3   Pau 17–19 June
World Cup Race 4   Prague 2–4 September
World Cup Final   Tacen 9–11 September

StandingsEdit

The winner of each race was awarded 60 points (double points were awarded for the World Cup Final for all the competitors who reached at least the semifinal stage). Points for lower places differed from one category to another. Every participant was guaranteed at least 2 points for participation and 5 points for qualifying for the semifinal run (10 points in the World Cup Final). If two or more athletes or boats were equal on points, the ranking was determined by their positions in the World Cup Final.[1][2]

C1 menEdit

Pos Athlete Points
1   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 290
2   Nicolas Peschier (FRA) 245
3   Adam Burgess (GBR) 241
4   Pierre-Antoine Tillard (FRA) 220
5   Anže Berčič (SLO) 205
6   Benjamin Savšek (SLO) 200
7   Matej Beňuš (SVK) 197
8   Thomas Koechlin (SUI) 189
9   Jure Lenarčič (SLO) 169
10   Lukáš Rohan (CZE) 166

C1 womenEdit

Pos Athlete Points
1   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 307
2   Kimberley Woods (GBR) 302
3   Jessica Fox (AUS) 285
4   Viktoria Wolffhardt (AUT) 198
5   Claire Jacquet (FRA) 198
6   Núria Vilarrubla (ESP) 195
7   Eilidh Gibson (GBR) 159
8   Jasmine Royle (GBR) 156
9   Tereza Fišerová (CZE) 124
10   Simona Glejteková (SVK) 120

C2 menEdit

Pos Athletes Points
1   Pierre Picco/Hugo Biso (FRA) 253
2   Nicolas Scianimanico/Hugo Cailhol (FRA) 239
3   Pierre-Antoine Tillard/Edern Le Ruyet (FRA) 236
4   Ondřej Karlovský/Jakub Jáně (CZE) 234
5   Ladislav Škantár/Peter Škantár (SVK) 222
6   David Schröder/Nico Bettge (GER) 210
7   Robert Behling/Thomas Becker (GER) 182
8   Piotr Szczepański/Marcin Pochwała (POL) 161
9   Filip Brzeziński/Andrzej Brzeziński (POL) 148
10   Tomáš Kučera/Ján Bátik (SVK) 130

K1 menEdit

Pos Athlete Points
1   Mathieu Biazizzo (FRA) 224
2   Vít Přindiš (CZE) 222
3   Bradley Forbes-Cryans (GBR) 211
4   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 210
5   Sebastian Schubert (GER) 203
6   Ondřej Tunka (CZE) 203
7   Janoš Peterlin (SLO) 192
8   Étienne Daille (FRA) 191
9   Giovanni De Gennaro (ITA) 187
10   Dariusz Popiela (POL) 183

K1 womenEdit

Pos Athlete Points
1   Ricarda Funk (GER) 306
2   Jessica Fox (AUS) 290
3   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 233
4   Ana Sátila (BRA) 229
5   Jasmin Schornberg (GER) 224
6   Eva Terčelj (SLO) 223
7   Lizzie Neave (GBR) 212
8   Violetta Oblinger-Peters (AUT) 191
9   Fiona Pennie (GBR) 161
10   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 160

ResultsEdit

World Cup Race 1Edit

Ivrea, Italy hosted the Canoe Slalom World Cup for the first time. It was also the first time that K1 slalom cross for men and women was an event at a world cup race. No world cup points were awarded for the cross event. The events took place from 3 to 5 June.

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[3]   Michal Jáně (CZE) 93.37   Thomas Koechlin (SUI) 95.59   Kilian Foulon (FRA) 99.61
C1 women[4]   Jessica Fox (AUS) 113.92   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 114.17   Kimberley Woods (GBR) 114.89
C2 men[5]   France
Nicolas Scianimanico
Hugo Cailhol
107.37   Germany
David Schröder
Nico Bettge
108.48   China
Zhang Hang
Deng Xiao
110.45
K1 men[6]   Giovanni De Gennaro (ITA) 90.13   Daniele Molmenti (ITA) 91.24   Dariusz Popiela (POL) 91.58
K1 women[7]   Ricarda Funk (GER) 102.98   Jessica Fox (AUS) 103.33   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 105.66
K1 men cross[8]   Vavřinec Hradilek (CZE)   Vít Přindiš (CZE)   Richard Powell (USA)
K1 women cross[9]   Ajda Novak (SLO)   Kate Eckhardt (AUS)   Amálie Hilgertová (CZE)

World Cup Race 2Edit

The second race of the series took place at the Segre Olympic Park in La Seu d'Urgell, Spain from 10 to 12 June.

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[10]   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 97.25   Denis Gargaud Chanut (FRA) 98.64   Vítězslav Gebas (CZE) 100.79
C1 women[11]   Núria Vilarrubla (ESP) 113.74   Miren Lazkano (ESP) 119.00   Noemie Fox (AUS) 119.98
C2 men[12]   France
Pierre-Antoine Tillard
Edern Le Ruyet
99.53   Spain
Daniel Marzo
Jesús Pérez
102.07   Germany
David Schröder
Nico Bettge
103.76
K1 men[13]   Vít Přindiš (CZE) 91.85   Jakub Grigar (SVK) 92.03   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 92.18
K1 women[14]   Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 99.61   Jessica Fox (AUS) 101.73   Ricarda Funk (GER) 103.71
K1 men cross[15]   Vít Přindiš (CZE)   Jaxon Merritt (AUS)   Ondřej Tunka (CZE)
K1 women cross[16]   Martina Wegman (NED)   Georgia Rankin (AUS)   Sage Donnelly (USA)

World Cup Race 3Edit

The third race of the series took place at the Pau-Pyrénées Whitewater Stadium, France from 17 to 19 June.

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[17]   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 100.43   Nicolas Peschier (FRA) 101.95   Takuya Haneda (JPN) 102.37
C1 women[18]   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 122.17   Jessica Fox (AUS) 123.18   Núria Vilarrubla (ESP) 125.44
C2 men[19]   France
Pierre-Antoine Tillard
Edern Le Ruyet
110.12   Germany
Robert Behling
Thomas Becker
110.54   France
Nicolas Scianimanico
Hugo Cailhol
110.85
K1 men[20]   Samuel Hernanz (ESP) 93.54   Mathieu Biazizzo (FRA) 93.71   Sébastien Combot (FRA) 94.26
K1 women[21]   Marie-Zélia Lafont (FRA) 108.36   Jana Dukátová (SVK) 110.79   Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 113.46
K1 men cross[22]   Vít Přindiš (CZE)   Vavřinec Hradilek (CZE)   Martin Dougoud (SUI)
K1 women cross[23]   Caroline Loir (FRA)   Ajda Novak (SLO)   Alixe Degremont (FRA)

World Cup Race 4Edit

The penultimate race of the series took place at the Prague-Troja Canoeing Centre, Czech Republic from 2 to 4 September.

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[24]   Matej Beňuš (SVK) 98.91   Ryan Westley (GBR) 99.16   Benjamin Savšek (SLO) 100.74
C1 women[25]   Jessica Fox (AUS) 113.59   Kateřina Hošková (CZE) 120.52   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 120.74
C2 men[26]   Slovakia
Ladislav Škantár
Peter Škantár
108.29   Germany
Robert Behling
Thomas Becker
110.95   Czech Republic
Ondřej Karlovský
Jakub Jáně
113.82
K1 men[27]   Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 91.60   Ondřej Tunka (CZE) 91.61   Vavřinec Hradilek (CZE) 91.77
K1 women[28]   Ricarda Funk (GER) 108.59   Ana Sátila (BRA) 110.75   Eva Terčelj (SLO) 111.37
K1 men cross[29]   Hannes Aigner (GER)   Tren Long (USA)   Pedro Gonçalves (BRA)
K1 women cross[30]   Veronika Vojtová (CZE)   Martina Wegman (NED)   Ana Sátila (BRA)

World Cup FinalEdit

Tacen, Slovenia hosted the World Cup Final from 9 to 11 September with double points awarded in each category. During the semifinal run of the men's C1 event a newly built concrete block near the end of the course started to crack. This forced the organizers to shorten the course for the rest of the events. The course only had 14 gates after the change. The jury also allowed the top 15 from the men's C1 semifinal to qualify for the final instead of the top 10 because the crack affected some of the later runners like Nicolas Peschier and Pierre-Antoine Tillard.[31]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[32]   Benjamin Savšek (SLO) 74.45   Alexander Slafkovský (SVK) 75.09   Casey Eichfeld (USA) 76.90
C1 women[33]   Kimberley Woods (GBR) 85.40   Jessica Fox (AUS) 86.32   Mallory Franklin (GBR) 89.46
C2 men[34]   Slovakia
Ladislav Škantár
Peter Škantár
80.45   France
Nicolas Scianimanico
Hugo Cailhol
82.26   France
Pierre Picco
Hugo Biso
82.43
K1 men[35]   Peter Kauzer (SLO) 69.89   Bradley Forbes-Cryans (GBR) 70.17   Kazuya Adachi (JPN) 72.38
K1 women[36]   Jessica Fox (AUS) 77.55   Corinna Kuhnle (AUT) 79.83   Fiona Pennie (GBR) 79.94
K1 men cross[37]   Boris Neveu (FRA)   Ondřej Tunka (CZE)   Tsubasa Sasaki (JPN)
K1 women cross[38]   Amálie Hilgertová (CZE)   Martina Wegman (NED)   Kate Eckhardt (AUS)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "2016 ICF Canoe Slalom World Cup Series Information" (PDF). Retrieved 30 May 2016.
  2. ^ "World Cup Standings". Archived from the original on 16 August 2016. Retrieved 20 June 2016.
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  17. ^ "C1M official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 18 June 2016.
  18. ^ "C1W official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 18 June 2016.
  19. ^ "C2M official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 19 June 2016.
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  21. ^ "K1W official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 19 June 2016.
  22. ^ "K1M cross official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  23. ^ "K1W cross official result list - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  24. ^ "C1M official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  25. ^ "C1W official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  26. ^ "C2M official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  27. ^ "K1M official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  28. ^ "K1W official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 4 September 2016.
  29. ^ "K1M cross official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  30. ^ "K1W cross official result list - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 3 September 2016.
  31. ^ "Concrete Complications Shorten Action in Tacen". ICF. Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  32. ^ "C1M official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  33. ^ "C1W official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  34. ^ "C2M official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  35. ^ "K1M official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  36. ^ "K1W official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 11 September 2016.
  37. ^ "K1M cross official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 10 September 2016.
  38. ^ "K1W cross official result list - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 10 September 2016.

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