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hckosice

Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2017

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phelps    106

and finally Slovenia spoiled the Slovak party in men's C1...

good 5th place in the end for Colazingari, but it doesn't change the awful world championship Italy had...

 

Men's C1

 

Gold: Benjamin Savsek (SLO) 94.81 (2)

Silver: Alexandr Slafkovsky (SVK) 96.29 +1.48 (0)

Bronze: Michal Martikan (SVK) 98.23 +3.42 (0)

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hckosice    808

Michal Martikán winning his 22nd medal from World Championships and 48th medal from major events (World Championships, European Championships and Olympic Games)

 

World Championships  22 medals (13 golds, 3 silvers, 6 bronzes)

European Championships 21 medals (14 golds, 5 silvers, 2 bronzes)

Olympic Games 5 medals (2 golds, 2 silvers, 1 bronze)

 

also a unbelievable streak of winning medal from a major event every single year since 1995 :bowdown: c´mon, this is what I call a legend !!!

 

+ 5 times absolute winner of the World Cup, ( 42 World Cup stages podiums (there only 5 stage competed per year) -  20 wins, 10 second places and 12 third places)

 

Alexander Slafkovský once again for the second time a world vice-champion, this guy is really unlucky, the title he is still missing, he won almost everything, still waiting for this world title and ofc the Olympic participation but this is another story...

 

But today Beni Savšek :SLO was clearly the best, congrats Slovenia ! winning such huge race even with a hit is something extra special ! wow ! Hat off Savšek :hatoff:

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hckosice    808

Womens K1 Slalom Cross

1. Caroline Trompeter :GER  2. Ana Satila :BRA  3. Amalie Hilgertová :CZE 

 

Hard luck for :NED Martina Wegmann finished 4th in the Big Final, so close of a WCh medal :(

 

Full Results Here

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hckosice    808

Mens K1 Slalom Cross

1. Vavřinec Hradílek :CZE  2. Boris Neveu :FRA  3. Mike Dawson :NZL 

 

Full Finals Results Here

 

 

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hckosice    808

Final Medal Table of the 2017 World Championships Here

 

It was a strange championship, held too late, the season was really long this year and it was visible, many athletes were too much tired, but all favorites more or less showed their presence. From :SVK  view it wasn´t a bad WCh, 3 medals in olympic events + silver in now a non-olympic C2 are definitely a very positive result, the bad thing is No gold in individual events this time, but 3 silvers and 1 bronze are still very fine, especially Michal Martikán winning a individual bronze was my highlight, Now he surely get a new huge boost for working until Tokyo 2020. Our M C1 looks very very well, with Slafkovský, Beňuš, Martikán and the super talented junior Mirgorodský. which was once again proved in the M C1 team event and with the fantastic way how they won another sovereign gold for our team.

Also very happy with the Jana Dukátová silver in W K1, finally a fully deserved medal for her, still remember her tears after the unlucky 4th. place in Rio last year

 

Huge disappointment in other side in the womens C and absolute nightmare in the M K1, with No finals in these events, looks like we have a lot of work to do in these events in the next months

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