2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, the 43rd edition of the World Championships, were held in Račice, Czech Republic, from 23 to 27 August 2017.[1]

2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships
VenueSportcentrum Račice
LocationRačice, Czech Republic
Start date23 August
End date27 August
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Explanation of eventsEdit

Canoe sprint competitions are contested in either a Canadian canoe (C), an open canoe with a single-blade paddle, or in a kayak (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, 500, 1000 or 5000 metres. When a competition is listed as a K-2 500m event, for example, it means two people are in a kayak competing over a distance of 500 metres.[2]

Paracanoe competitions are contested in either a va'a (V), an outrigger canoe (which includes a second pontoon) with a single-blade paddle, or in a kayak (as above). All international competitions are held over 200 metres in single-man boats, with three event classes in both types of vessel for men and women depending on the level of an athlete's impairment. The lower the classification number, the more severe the impairment is - for example, VL1 is a va'a competition for those with particularly severe impairments.[3]

Canoe sprintEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany65112
2  Hungary5229
3  Russia2226
4  Czech Republic2136
5  New Zealand2114
6  Belarus2046
7  Australia2002
  Canada2002
9  Spain1203
10  Portugal1102
11  Great Britain1034
12  Serbia1023
13  Poland0224
14  Denmark0213
  Italy0213
16  Cuba0202
17  Georgia0101
  Latvia0101
  Romania0101
  Slovakia0101
  Sweden0101
22  Slovenia0022
  Ukraine0022
24  Brazil0011
  Iran0011
Totals (25 nations)27272882

Men's eventsEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C–1 200 m[4]
details
Artsem Kozyr
  Belarus
38.161 Zaza Nadiradze
  Georgia
38.439 Adel Mojallali
  Iran
38.605
C–1 500 m[5]
details
Martin Fuksa
  Czech Republic
1:49.725 Carlo Tacchini
  Italy
1:50.309 Maksim Piatrou
  Belarus
1:50.583
C–1 1000 m[6]
details
Sebastian Brendel
  Germany
3:50.503 Martin Fuksa
  Czech Republic
3:51.303 Isaquias Queiroz
  Brazil
3:52.542
C–1 5000 m[7]
details
Sebastian Brendel
  Germany
23:34.796 Serguey Torres
  Cuba
23:37.312 Mateusz Kamiński
  Poland
23:42.522
C–2 200 m[8]
details
  Russia
Ivan Shtyl
Alexander Kovalenko
36.088   Poland
Michał Łubniewski
Arsen Śliwiński
36.673   Hungary
Ádám Fekete
Jonatán Hajdu
36.762
C–2 500 m[9]
details
  Russia
Ivan Shtyl
Viktor Melantyev
1:38.868   Romania
Victor Mihalachi
Leonid Carp
1:39.796   Italy
Sergiu Craciun
Nicolae Craciun
1:39.979
C–2 1000 m[10]
details
  Germany
Peter Kretschmer
Yul Oeltze
3:31.613   Cuba
Serguey Torres
Fernando Enriquez
3:31.955   Russia
Viktor Melantyev
Vladislav Chebotar
3:33.123
C–4 1000 m[11]
details
  Germany
Sebastian Brendel
Stefan Kiraj
Jan Vandrey
Conrad Scheibner
3:14.893   Poland
Piotr Kuleta
Marcin Grzybowski
Tomasz Barniak
Wiktor Glazunow
3:16.798   Ukraine
Denys Kamerylov
Vitaliy Vergeles
Eduard Shemetylo
Denys Kovalenko
3:17.198

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K–1 200 m[12][a]
details
Liam Heath
  Great Britain
33.733 Aleksejs Rumjancevs
  Latvia
34.439 Evgenii Lukantsov
  Russia
34.639
K–1 500 m[14]
details
Josef Dostál
  Czech Republic
1:36.520 René Holten Poulsen
  Denmark
1:38.267 Oleh Kukharyk
  Ukraine
1:38.483
K–1 1000 m[15]
details
Tom Liebscher
  Germany
3:27.754 Fernando Pimenta
  Portugal
3:27.993 Josef Dostál
  Czech Republic
3:28.576
K–1 5000 m[16]
details
Fernando Pimenta
  Portugal
20:46.907 Max Hoff
  Germany
20:50.259 Aleh Yurenia
  Belarus
21:00.828
K–2 200 m[17]
details
  Hungary
Balázs Birkás
Márk Balaska
30.912   Spain
Cristian Toro
Carlos Garrote
31.278   Serbia
Marko Novaković
Nebojša Grujić
31.451
K–2 500 m[18]
details
  Spain
Rodrigo Germade
Marcus Walz
1:27.979   Hungary
Bence Nádas
Sándor Tótka
1:29.107   Belarus
Raman Piatrushenka
Vitaliy Bialko
1:29.518
K–2 1000 m[19]
details
  Serbia
Milenko Zorić
Marko Tomićević
3:08.647   Slovakia
Peter Gelle
Adam Botek
3:10.725   Czech Republic
Daniel Havel
Jakub Špicar
3:10.853
K–4 500 m[20]
details
  Germany
Tom Liebscher
Ronald Rauhe
Max Rendschmidt
Max Lemke
1:17.734 WB   Spain
Rodrigo Germade
Cristian Toro
Carlos Garrote
Marcus Walz
1:18.371   Czech Republic
Daniel Havel
Jan Štěrba
Jakub Špicar
Radek Šlouf
1:18.729
K–4 1000 m[21]
details
  Australia
Kenny Wallace
Jordan Wood
Riley Fitzsimmons
Murray Stewart
2:50.576   Hungary
Zoltán Kammerer
Dániel Pauman
Dávid Tóth
Benjámin Ceiner
2:50.931   Germany
Kai Spenner
Lukas Reuschenbach
Kostja Stroinski
Tamás Gecső
2:53.146

Women's eventsEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C–1 200 m[22]
details
Laurence Vincent-Lapointe
  Canada
45.478 WB Olesia Romasenko
  Russia
46.136 Kincső Takács
  Hungary
47.178
C–2 500 m[23]
details
  Canada
Katie Vincent
Laurence Vincent-Lapointe
1:56.752 WB   Russia
Irina Andreeva
Olesia Romasenko
1:57.264   Belarus
Kamila Bobr
Alena Nazdrova
1:57.858

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K–1 200 m[24]
details
Lisa Carrington
  New Zealand
38.433 Emma Jørgensen
  Denmark
38.996 Špela Ponomarenko Janić
  Slovenia
Milica Starović
  Serbia
39.564
K–1 500 m[25]
details
Volha Khudzenka
  Belarus
1:48.421 Lisa Carrington
  New Zealand
1:48.710 Emma Jørgensen
  Denmark
1:50.465
K–1 1000 m[26]
details
Alyce Burnett
  Australia
3:55.971 Karin Johansson
  Sweden
3:58.181 Rachel Cawthorn
  Great Britain
3:59.036
K–1 5000 m[27]
details
Dóra Bodonyi
  Hungary
23:17.862 Tabea Medert
  Germany
23:19.214 Lani Belcher
  Great Britain
23:28.236
K–2 200 m[28]
details
  Hungary
Réka Hagymási
Ágnes Szabó
37.445   Italy
Susanna Cicali
Francesca Genzo
37.508   Great Britain
Angela Hannah
Hannah Brown
37.993
K–2 500 m[29]
details
  New Zealand
Caitlin Ryan
Lisa Carrington
1:38.687   Germany
Tina Dietze
Franziska Weber
1:40.582   Slovenia
Špela Ponomarenko Janić
Anja Ostermann
1:40.804
K–2 1000 m[30]
details
  Hungary
Erika Medveczky
Ramóna Farkasdi
3:37.149   Germany
Tabea Medert
Melanie Gebhardt
3:42.061   Poland
Paulina Paszek
Justyna Iskrzycka
3:42.838
K–4 500 m[31]
details
  Hungary
Tamara Takács
Erika Medveczky
Krisztina Fazekas-Zur
Ninetta Vad
1:29.784   Germany
Tina Dietze
Franziska Weber
Steffi Kriegerstein
Sabrina Hering
1:30.084   New Zealand
Aimee Fisher
Caitlin Ryan
Kayla Imrie
Lisa Carrington
1:30.215

Medal reallocationEdit

  1. ^ Bence Horváth of Hungary, who originally clocked 34.070 for silver, was disqualified on 25 March 2018 after it emerged he tested positive for EPO on 12 June 2017.[13]

ParacanoeEdit

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Australia4004
2  Great Britain3126
3  Ukraine1023
4  Italy1001
5  Brazil0213
  Russia0213
7  Austria0202
8  Hungary0101
  Uzbekistan0101
10  Chile0011
  Romania0011
  Spain0011
Totals (12 nations)99927

Medal eventsEdit

  Non-Paralympic classes

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men's KL1[32]
details
Esteban Farias
  Italy
47.116 Róbert Suba
  Hungary
47.438 Luis Carlos da Silva
  Brazil
48.016
Men's KL2[33]
details
Curtis McGrath
  Australia
41.758 Markus Swoboda
  Austria
42.508 Mykola Syniuk
  Ukraine
43.281
Men's KL3[34]
details
Serhii Yemelianov
  Ukraine
39.632 Caio Ribeiro de Carvalho
  Brazil
39.821 Jonathan Young
  United Kingdom
40.104
Men's VL1[35][a]
details
Luis Carlos da Silva
  Brazil
55.356 Róbert Suba
  Hungary
58.617 Pavel Gromov
  Russia
59.689
Men's VL2[36]
details
Curtis McGrath
  Australia
50.628 Markus Swoboda
  Austria
52.312 Javier Reja
  Spain
55.017
Men's VL3[37]
details
Jonathan Young
  Great Britain
48.768 Caio Ribeiro de Carvalho
  Brazil
49.330 Martin Tweedie
  Great Britain
50.958
Women's KL1[38]
details
Jeanette Chippington
  Great Britain
57.383 Alexandra Dupik
  Russia
57.871 Katherine Wollerman
  Chile
58.665
Women's KL2[39]
details
Emma Wiggs
  Great Britain
49.947 Nicola Paterson
  Great Britain
51.919 Nadezda Andreeva
  Russia
52.514
Women's KL3[40]
details
Amanda Reynolds
  Australia
50.344 Shakhnoza Mirzaeva
  Uzbekistan
51.778 Mihaela Lulea
  Romania
52.033
Women's VL1[41][a]
details
Jocelyn Neumueller
  Australia
1:12.335 Akiko Nakajima
  Japan
1:17.251 Monika Seryu
  Japan
1:36.668
Women's VL2[42]
details
Susan Seipel
  Australia
1:02.897 Mariia Nikiforova
  Russia
1:03.680 Nataliia Lagutenko
  Ukraine
1:03.808
Women's VL3[43][a]
details
Larisa Volik
  Russia
59.341 Anja Adler
  Germany
1:08.241 Lindsay Thorpe
  Great Britain
1:08.347

NotesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Not included in the medal table due to lack of participation

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS". International Canoe Federation. Retrieved 27 August 2016.
  2. ^ "What is Canoe Sprint?". International Canoe Federation. Retrieved 27 August 2016.
  3. ^ "What is Paracanoe?". International Canoe Federation. Retrieved 16 June 2018.
  4. ^ Men's C-1 200 m results
  5. ^ Men's C-1 500 m results
  6. ^ Men's C-1 1000 m results
  7. ^ Men's C-1 5000 m results
  8. ^ Men's C-2 200 m results
  9. ^ Men's C-2 500 m results
  10. ^ Men's C-2 1000 m results
  11. ^ Men's C-4 1000 m results
  12. ^ Men's K-1 200 m results
  13. ^ "Hungary's Horvath tests positive to EPO". ICF Media. 25 April 2018. Retrieved 28 April 2018.
  14. ^ Men's K-1 500 m results
  15. ^ Men's K-1 1000 m results
  16. ^ Men's K-1 5000 m results
  17. ^ Men's K-2 200 m results
  18. ^ Men's K-2 500 m results
  19. ^ Men's K-2 1000 m results
  20. ^ Men's K-4 500 m results
  21. ^ Men's K-4 1000 m results
  22. ^ Women's C-1 200 m results
  23. ^ Women's C–2 500 m results
  24. ^ Women's K-1 200 m results
  25. ^ Women's K-1 500 m results
  26. ^ Women's K-1 1000 m results
  27. ^ Women's K-1 5000 m results
  28. ^ Women's K-2 200 m results
  29. ^ Women's K-2 500 m results
  30. ^ Women's K-1 1000 m results
  31. ^ Women's K-4 500 m results
  32. ^ Men's K–1 200 m KL1 results
  33. ^ Men's K–1 200 m KL2 results
  34. ^ Men's K–1 200 m KL3 results
  35. ^ Men's V–1 200 m VL1 results
  36. ^ Men's V–1 200 m VL2 results
  37. ^ Men's V–1 200 m VL3 results
  38. ^ Women's K–1 200 m KL1 results
  39. ^ Women's K–1 200 m KL2 results
  40. ^ Women's K–1 200 m KL3 results
  41. ^ Women's V–1 200 m VL1 results
  42. ^ Women's V–1 200 m VL2 results
  43. ^ Women's V–1 200 m VL3 results

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