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Slalom Canoeing ICF World Championships 2019

 

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:ITA Team Italy

 

Men's K1
Giovanni De Gennaro
Zeno Ivaldi
Marcello Beda


Men's C1
Roberto Colazingari
Raffaello Ivaldi

Stefano Cipressi


Women's K1
Stefanie Horn

Maria Clara Giai Pron


Women's C1
Elena Borghi

Marta Bertoncelli
Elena Micozzi

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:SVK Team Slovakia :SVK

 

Men´s

 

C1

Matej Beňuš

Michal Martikán

Alexander Slafkovský 

 

K1

Jakub Grigar

Martin Halčin

Andrej Málek

 

Women´s

 

C1

Emanuela Luknárová

Soňa Stanovská

Monika Škáchová

 

K1

Jana Dukátová

Elena Kaliská

Eliška Mintálová

 

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Is there an official or semi-official entry list which can be used for prediction contest?

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Just now, Wanderer said:

Is there an official or semi-official entry list which can be used for prediction contest?

 

Not an official one yet, just the teams nominations from different national federatons websites

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65 nations regitred for the WCH. 510 athletes

:ALG:AND:ARG:AUS:AUT:BEL:BIH:BLR:BOL:BRA:CAN:CHI:CHN:COD  :COK:CRC:CRO:CZE:ESP:EST:FIN:FRA:GBR:GER:GRE:HKG:HUN:IND:IRI:IRL:ITA:JPN:KAZ:KEN:KOR:LAT:LBN:LTU:MAR:MAS:MEX:MKD:MRI  :NED:NEP:NGR:NOR:NZL:PAR:POL:POR:RUS:SEN:SGP:SLO:SUI:SVK:SWE:THA:TPE:TUR:UKR:USA:UZB and :VEN

 

The detailed entry list still not released though

 

 

The Host team

 

:ESP

M K1  - Joan Crespo, Samuel Hernanz, David Llorente

M C1 - Ander Elosegui, Luis Fernandez, Miquel Trave

W K1 - Maialen Chourraut, Laia Sorribes, Marta Martinez

W C1 - Ainhoa Lameiro, Klara Olazabal, Nuria Vilarrubla

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The Team events starts on Wednesday and still no entry lists

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Still no detailed entry lists available on the ICF site, that´s nothing new from this federation..., but from what I read here and there around the web thanks different national federations websites and their nominations, here my small personal predictions.

 

M K1 is probably the most open and most balanced category and thus the most difficult to predict.

 

:CZE:FRA:GER:GBR:SLO:ITA:POL:AUS:USA:SVK:SUI:AUT:NZL:SWE:ESP:RUS all should be the favs for the quotas, if anyone othem miss the quota here that should be quite a surprise, but for the next 2 spots I expect a tough battle between :ARG:IRL  :POR with Antoine Launay (I am still not sure if he is eligible to compete at the Olympics though), :BRA:CANand :UKR with Igor Tsviet, :HUN:KAZ:LAT and :BEL Mathieu Doby (with favorising Portugal and Ukraine)

 

 

M C1, Only 11 quotas available at the Worlds is very hard, Expecting some surprises here. but the main favs for the quotas should be without doubts :SVK:SLO:GER:FRA:GBR:POL:RUS:CZE:ITA:USA and :ESP. However :CRO:AUS:IRL and :SEN are definitely not to be underestimated.

 

 

 

W K1, 18 quotas, :AUS:GER:CZE:AUT:ITA:SVK:BRA:UKR:POL:NZL:ESP:NED:USA:RUS:CHN:FRAand :SLO are the strongest bets for the quotas, :CAN:SWE:SUI and :AND the underdogs aspiring for a surprise here

 

 

W C1 Since Jessica Fox and Ana Satila will very likely qualify in the K1(same for Viktoriia Us for UKR and Luuka Jones for NZL) :AUS will have to believe in the help of her sister Noemie in C1 :ESP:CZE:FRA:AUT:USA:SLO:GBR:RUS all should qualify without much problems, but for the remaining 2 spots we can expect some really interesting battle between :AND :GER:CHN:ITA and :SVK

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Just now, hckosice said:

:CAN:SWE:SUI and :AND the underdogs aspiring for a surprise here


What's the deal with the Andorran lady? I remember she won a medal at the World Cup. Is this important? I guess it is, but I'm not sure how seriously the competition is taken by canoeists.

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Just now, thiago_simoes said:


What's the deal with the Andorran lady? I remember she won a medal at the World Cup. Is this important? I guess it is, but I'm not sure how seriously the competition is taken by canoeists.

 

Well, she has one really good advantage, the WCH will be held in her prefered (basically home) venue, she trained a lot in La Seu, maybe even more than any other non-spaniard girls in C1. And we all know how much the home water advantage is important in this sport. Personally I see Doria qualifying here (that´s why I put AND flag in both events, if she fail in K1 I can perfectly see her winning the berth in the C1 the next day)

 

+ the W C1 is still far from competitive, + it ALWAYS depend on how the track setters build the tracks, many times the track for the girls was not easy at all, I know many "masochist" setters who loves to build real hardcore, put some upstream gates on the really most difficult places which results in many girls having enormous troubles and this again will favour only the home girls with the best knowledge of the local track they trained many different variants multiple times there

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