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hckosice

Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2018

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hckosice    1,880

Women´s Extreme Canoeing-Cross:

 

1. Ana Satila  :BRA

2. Martina Wegman  :NED 

3. Polina Mukhgaleeva  :RUS 

 

 

Full Final Result HERE

Full Semifinal Results Here

Full Quarterfinals Results Here

Full Round of 16 Results Here

Time Trial Results Here

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hckosice    1,880

Men´s Extreme Canoeing-Cross:

 

1. Christian De Dionigi  :ITA   

2. Boris Neveu  :FRA 

3. Thomas Bersinger  :ARG

 

Full Final Result HERE

Full Semifinal Results Here

Full Quarterfinals Results Here

Full Round of 16 Results Here

Time Trial Results Here

 

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hckosice    1,880

and it´s over for the 2018 season.

 

A strange world championship in the Rio Olympics venue we saw this week.

 

Disastrous tournament for many strong nations,

 

Not a single gold for Czech Republic is just INCREDIBLE !!!

Zero "Olympic events" medals for Slovakia and France are embarassing, but also some hard luck for both nations must be mentioned, Slovakia with 4th, 5th and 6th places in M C1, France with a very close 4th place of Boris Neveu in M K1.

also very bad champs for Slovenia with only 1 team silver.

 

All in all the traditional strong nations have really what to do in the winter, Tokyo is slowly coming and next season will be very important for all teams.

 

In the opposite after disastrous Rio games, Germany experienced a great championship with 2 "Olympic events" golds in Men´s categories also Australia thanks it´s prodige Jessica Fox won both Womens "Olympic events". Let see in the next 2 seasons if they are able to keep this high bar

 

+ Thanks to the Canoeing-Cross it´s nice to see some new medaling nations like :ARG:BRA and :NED

 

Final Medal table

 

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LDOG    658

We didn't win anything, that guy is french.

 

I have no clue why we still let him represent us... he doesn't live in Argentina and can't go to pan american games or olympic games. We have literally no benefit from him and he gets benefit from us. Unless he's paying our federation it doesn't make any sense.

 

What gives :dunno:

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OlympicsFan    231

3 medals in olympic events and 2 of them in gold is great for Germany and somewhat deserved after so many slapstick misses at the Rio Olympics 2 years ago. Even as a non-german fan you have to be happy for the german athletes, considering how hard it must have been for them to come back to the same place where one of their coaches tragically died about 2 years ago at the olympics. 2 gold medals aren't a realistic goal for the next olympics, since Aigner is very unlikely to keep this level for 2 more years, but with Anton/Tasiadias and Funk (who was in great shape this week and could have challenged for gold if she would have stayed clear in the final) 1 gold (and 2 medals in total) should definitely be the goal in Tokyo.

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thiago_simoes    264

Third world medal for Ana Sátila, and now a golden one! It's incredible how 5 years ago virtually no one in Brazil knew that canoeing was even a sport, and now we have 14 medals at the world championships and three Olympic medals when we count both sprint and slalom events.

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