2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships

The 2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships were the 39th edition of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships. The event took place from 25 to 30 September 2018 in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil under the auspices of International Canoe Federation (ICF).[1] The competitions were held at the Deodoro Olympic Whitewater Stadium which had also hosted the canoe slalom events of the 2016 Summer Olympics.

2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
VenueDeodoro Olympic Whitewater Stadium
LocationRio de Janeiro, Brazil
Dates25–30 September
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Brazil hosted the event for the third time after the 1997 championships in Três Coroas and the 2007 championships in Foz do Iguaçu.

It was the first World Championships not to feature the discontinued men's C2 event.

Russia and Argentina won their first ever medals at the Canoe Slalom World Championships. Host nation Brazil won their first ever gold medal.

ScheduleEdit

11 medal events were held.[2]

All times listed are UTC-3.

Date Starting Time Events
25 September 11:15 K1W, C1M, C1W, K1M teams
26 September 10:15 C1M, K1W heats – 1st run
13:30 C1M, K1W heats – 2nd run
27 September 09:00 C1W, K1M heats – 1st run
12:45 C1W, K1M heats – 2nd run
15:45 Extreme K1W, Extreme K1M time trials
28 September 09:00 C2Mx semifinal
10:15 C2Mx final
14:48 C1M, K1W semifinals
29 September 09:03 C1M, K1W finals
14:03 C1W, K1M semifinals
30 September 10:03 C1W, K1M finals
15:33 Extreme K1M, Extreme K1W 1/4 finals, 1/2 finals and finals

Medal summaryEdit

Medal tableEdit

  *   Host nation (Brazil)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Great Britain (GBR)2327
2  Germany (GER)2125
3  Australia (AUS)2002
4  France (FRA)1214
5  Poland (POL)1102
6  Brazil (BRA)*1001
  Italy (ITA)1001
  Slovakia (SVK)1001
9  Czech Republic (CZE)0235
10  Netherlands (NED)0101
  Slovenia (SLO)0101
12  Russia (RUS)0022
13  Argentina (ARG)0011
Totals (13 entries)11111133

MenEdit

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1[3] Franz Anton
  Germany
97.06 Ryan Westley
  Great Britain
97.94 Sideris Tasiadis
  Germany
98.87
C1 team[4]   Slovakia
Alexander Slafkovský
Michal Martikán
Matej Beňuš
99.67   Slovenia
Benjamin Savšek
Luka Božič
Anže Berčič
99.95   Great Britain
David Florence
Ryan Westley
Adam Burgess
100.07

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1[5] Hannes Aigner
  Germany
89.69 Jiří Prskavec
  Czech Republic
90.65 Pavel Eigel
  Russia
92.17
K1 team[6]   Great Britain
Joe Clarke
Bradley Forbes-Cryans
Christopher Bowers
92.45   Poland
Dariusz Popiela
Mateusz Polaczyk
Michał Pasiut
93.88   Czech Republic
Ondřej Tunka
Vít Přindiš
Jiří Prskavec
94.84
Extreme K1[7] Christian De Dionigi
  Italy
Boris Neveu
  France
Thomas Bersinger
  Argentina

WomenEdit

CanoeEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1[8] Jessica Fox
  Australia
109.07 Mallory Franklin
  Great Britain
113.85 Tereza Fišerová
  Czech Republic
116.74
C1 team[9]   Great Britain
Mallory Franklin
Kimberley Woods
Bethan Forrow
115.78   Czech Republic
Tereza Fišerová
Kateřina Havlíčková
Gabriela Satková
117.34   France
Lucie Prioux
Lucie Baudu
Claire Jacquet
121.27

KayakEdit

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1[10] Jessica Fox
  Australia
102.06 Mallory Franklin
  Great Britain
104.34 Ricarda Funk
  Germany
105.32
K1 team[11]   France
Lucie Baudu
Marie-Zélia Lafont
Camille Prigent
108.37   Germany
Ricarda Funk
Jasmin Schornberg
Lisa Fritsche
109.12   Great Britain
Mallory Franklin
Fiona Pennie
Kimberley Woods
109.36
Extreme K1[12] Ana Sátila
  Brazil
Martina Wegman
  Netherlands
Polina Mukhgaleeva
  Russia

MixedEdit

CanoeEdit

There were no heats for the Mixed C2 event. Only semifinal and final runs. The gate setup was the same as for the heats of the other individual events, but different from the setup used for the semifinals and finals of those events.

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C2[13]   Poland
Marcin Pochwała
Aleksandra Stach
106.48   France
Yves Prigent
Margaux Henry
106.84   Czech Republic
Veronika Vojtová
Jan Mašek
110.25

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2018 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships". CanoeICF.com. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
  2. ^ "Schedule". Retrieved 22 September 2018.
  3. ^ "Men's C1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2018.
  4. ^ "Men's C1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  5. ^ "Men's K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 30 September 2018.
  6. ^ "Men's K1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  7. ^ "Men's Extreme K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 30 September 2018.
  8. ^ "Women's C1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 30 September 2018.
  9. ^ "Women's C1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  10. ^ "Women's K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2018.
  11. ^ "Women's K1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  12. ^ "Women's Extreme K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 30 September 2018.
  13. ^ "Mixed C2 results" (PDF). Retrieved 28 September 2018.

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