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hckosice

Sprint Canoeing Qualification for Summer Olympic Games 2016

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K1W 200m
Yvonne SCHURING (AUT)
Anamaria GOVORCINOVIC (CRO)
Michaela FASNEROVÁ (CZE)
Julie Frølund FUNCH (DEN)
Angela HANNAH (GBR)
Sabine VOLZ (GER)
Jennifer EGAN (IRL)
Norma MURABITO (ITA)
Marte SOLHAUG (NOR)
Francisca LAIA (POR)
Iuliana TARAN (ROM)
Martina KOHLOVÁ (SLO)
Linnea STENSILS (SWE)

K1W 500m
Yvonne SCHURING (AUT)
Hermien PETERS (BEL)
Anamaria GOVORCINOVIC (CRO)
Lucie MATOUŠKOVÁ (CZE)
Begoña LAZKANO (ESP)
Sabrina HERING (GER)
Jennifer EGAN (IRL)
Sofia CAMPANA (ITA)
Eef HAAZE (NED)
Marte SOLHAUG (NOR)
Irina LAURIC (ROM)
Iuliana SALAKHOVA (RUS)
Kristina BEDEC (SRB)
Livia HAUDENSCHILD (SUI)
Martina KOHLOVÁ (SVK)
Klara ANDERSSON (SWE)
Hilal AVCI (TUR)
Svitlana AKHADOVA (UKR)

K2W 500m
Ana Roxana LEHACI / Viktoria SCHWARZ (AUT)
Lize BROEKX / Hermien PETERS (BEL)
Sofiya YURCHANKA / Aleksandra GRISHINA (BLR)
Michaela MLEZIVOVA / Anna KOZISKOVA (CZE)
Sara OUZANDE / Isabel CONTRERAS (ESP)
Lani BELCHER / Angela HANNAH (GBR)
Sofia CAMPANA / Cristina PETRACCA (ITA)
Beatriz GOMES / Helena RODRIGUES (POR)
Noemi BRÜSCHWEILER / Franziska WIDMER (SUI)
Karin JOHANSSON / Sofia PALDANIUS (SWE)
Vivien TEREK / Buse BURSALI (TUR)
Mariya POVKH / Svitlana AKHADOVA (UKR)

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lol Kohlova from Slovenia haha.  :facepalm:

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12 minutes ago, dareza said:

K1W 200m
Yvonne SCHURING (AUT)
Anamaria GOVORCINOVIC (CRO)
Michaela FASNEROVÁ (CZE)
Julie Frølund FUNCH (DEN)
Angela HANNAH (GBR)
Sabine VOLZ (GER)
Jennifer EGAN (IRL)
Norma MURABITO (ITA)
Marte SOLHAUG (NOR)
Francisca LAIA (POR)
Iuliana TARAN (ROM)
Martina KOHLOVÁ (SLO)
Linnea STENSILS (SWE)

K1W 500m
Yvonne SCHURING (AUT)
Hermien PETERS (BEL)
Anamaria GOVORCINOVIC (CRO)
Lucie MATOUŠKOVÁ (CZE)
Begoña LAZKANO (ESP)
Sabrina HERING (GER)
Jennifer EGAN (IRL)
Sofia CAMPANA (ITA)
Eef HAAZE (NED)
Marte SOLHAUG (NOR)
Irina LAURIC (ROM)
Iuliana SALAKHOVA (RUS)
Kristina BEDEC (SRB)
Livia HAUDENSCHILD (SUI)
Martina KOHLOVÁ (SVK)
Klara ANDERSSON (SWE)
Hilal AVCI (TUR)
Svitlana AKHADOVA (UKR)

K2W 500m
Ana Roxana LEHACI / Viktoria SCHWARZ (AUT)
Lize BROEKX / Hermien PETERS (BEL)
Sofiya YURCHANKA / Aleksandra GRISHINA (BLR)
Michaela MLEZIVOVA / Anna KOZISKOVA (CZE)
Sara OUZANDE / Isabel CONTRERAS (ESP)
Lani BELCHER / Angela HANNAH (GBR)
Sofia CAMPANA / Cristina PETRACCA (ITA)
Beatriz GOMES / Helena RODRIGUES (POR)
Noemi BRÜSCHWEILER / Franziska WIDMER (SUI)
Karin JOHANSSON / Sofia PALDANIUS (SWE)
Vivien TEREK / Buse BURSALI (TUR)
Mariya POVKH / Svitlana AKHADOVA (UKR)

 

 

what is this? the start list for the qualifying? :)

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Just now, hckosice said:

 

 

what is this? the start list for the qualifying? :)

yes :d

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2 minutes ago, dareza said:

yes :d

 

cool. do you know how many boats will qualify in each event? because I´m really lost in this system..:(

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2 minutes ago, hckosice said:

 

cool. do you know how many boats will qualify in each event? because I´m really lost in this system..:(

2 for women's in k1 200,k1 500 and one in k2 500 and for men's events: 2 in k1 200,k1 1000,c1 200,c1 1000 and one in k2 200,k2 1000 and 2 in c2 1000.

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2 minutes ago, dareza said:

2 for women's in k1 200,k1 500 and one in k2 500 and for men's events: 2 in k1 200,k1 1000,c1 200,c1 1000 and one in k2 200,k2 1000 and 2 in c2 1000.

 

thanks, do you know the start list for mens C1-1000? I know I am annoying :d

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Just now, hckosice said:

 

thanks, do you know the start list for mens C1-1000? I know I am annoying :d

lol no. For me it is also very important :d

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1 minute ago, dareza said:

lol no. For me it is also very important :d

 

:yes

 

good luck to your athletes :)

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Just now, hckosice said:

 

:yes

 

good luck to your athletes :)

thanks. Slovakia has good chance in k1 200. Austria will win quota in k1 500 and she is also good in 200, but her quota (of course if she win) will be realocated. Germany and Slovakia have the best chance.

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1 minute ago, dareza said:

thanks. Slovakia has good chance in k1 200. Austria will win quota in k1 500 and she is also good in 200, but her quota (of course if she win) will be realocated. Germany and Slovakia have the best chance.

 

we´ll see :d our federation decided to not send the womens K2 Kohlová/Kmeťová this time, but to make a internal qualifying between them for a place in K1. so I wonder how much was this idea good :d

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Start lists for Pan American Championships & Qualification

 

I'll dare to post my predictions, but I hope any other user (especially the Canadians) can give some more insight:

 

Men C2: For me, it will be the spot should go either to Cuba or Mexico, since we are sending our best rowers in this boat, but I can count out the Canadians.

Men K1 1000m: It will be shock if Van Koeverden does not get the place,

Men C1 1000m: I doubt Oldershaw can lose this race.

Women K1 500m: With Canada out of contention for this particular quota, Argentina and USA should go for it.

Men K2 1000m: Cuba is the favorite, but Mexico or Argentina have slim chances to spoil it.

Women K2 500m: This is the only event in which I see Mexico as the top contender, but they should watch for Canada.

Men C1 200m: If Cuba and Canada secure quotas in the other two events, then this could be USA best option to have a competitor in Rio.

Women K1 200m: An open race, but I'll go with Venezuela.

Men K1 200m: Canada, Argentina and Ecuador can't go for the quota, and this event could go either way, the main contenders are Cuba, Brazil and USA.

Men K2 200m: As Cuba shall obtain the place in 1000m, then this contest will be between Canada and Argentina.

 

 

Edited by mrv86

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