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Sprint Canoeing ICF World Championships 2019

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à l’instant, dcro a dit :

Meanwhile, looks like Africa missed out on quotas in both K2 events and women's C2. Oceania missed out on men's C2 spot.

rellocation in c2 1000 m for czech republic and france?

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Men's C2 1000m - 1. :CHN  2. :CUB  3. :BRA 

 

Men's K1 1000m - 1. :HUN  2. :CZE  3. :POR 

 

Women's K1 1000m - 1. :HUN  2. :POL  3. :GBR 

 

 

Athlete quotas after 5 events

 

4 quotas

:RUS :JPN 

 

3 quotas

:POL :UKR 

 

2 quotas

:ESP :BRA :CHN :CUB :GER :ROU 

 

1 quota

:CZE :FRA :GBR :HUN :ITA :POR :SRB :SVK :DEN :NZL :BLR :CAN :CHI :USA 

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Men's C1 500m - 1. :GER  2. :BUL  3. :MDA 

 

Men's K2 500m - 1. :BLR  2. :ESP  3. :GER 

 

Women's K2 500m - 1. :BLR  2. :POL  3. :SLO 

 

 

Athlete quotas after 6 events

 

5 quotas

:POL :UKR 

 

4 quotas

:RUS :JPN 

 

3 quotas

:FRA :BLR

 

2 quotas

:ESP :BRA :CHN :CUB :GER :ROU :BEL :SLO 

 

1 quota

:CZE :GBR :HUN :ITA :POR :SRB :SVK :DEN :NZL :CAN :CHI :USA 

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I am already anxious about the Men's K4 SF. Hungary, Slovakia, and Czech Republic should qualify from the third SF, but I would never underestimate Serbia in any sport. 

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Let's see how the K4 can go, because those two are the most important events at this WCh. Just by looking at the times in the heats...

 

Men's

 

SF1 - :GER :JPN :RUS || :BLR :AUS :LTU 

 

SF2 - :ESP :FRA :UKR || :CHN :POR :CAN 

 

SF3 - :HUN :SVK :CZE || :SRB :ITA :LAT 

 

Australia only needs to reach the B final to get the Oceanian quota, same goes for Canada with the American quota if Argentina won't be in the Top18. With this lineup above one European boat wouldn't get a quota in the A final, and Japan would get the Asian quota. The Asian quota is clearly between Japan and China.

 

Women's

 

Already in the final - :BLR :HUN :NZL 

 

SF1 - :POL :AUS :CHN || :DEN :RUS :GBR :POR 

 

SF2 - :GER :FRA :CAN || :UKR :MEX :SRB :JPN :ROU 

 

So this would mean that the winner of the B final also gets a quota. China, Canada and New Zealand are likely taking the continental quotas. 

 

Edit: But obviously these races will be incredibly close. Specially the men's SF1 and SF2 races. 

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btw, will Japan's host quota be reallocated in Men's K1 1000m if the get a quota in K4? I think last time that was the case with Brazil, but the current document says...

 

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Where the Host Country obtains athlete quota place through the Olympic Qualification Competitions the unused Host Country Places will be reallocated to the next highest placed NOC, not yet qualified, in that event respectively from the 2019 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships.

 

So it doesn't specify if obtaining the quota means that they get at least one quota in Men's kayak or that they get one in Men's K1 1000m. 

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3 hours ago, GoHungary! said:

... and Lucz didn't manage to save Kozák's ass.

 

I just realized something. If Carrington finishes in the Top5 in K1 500m (which is likely), Lucz will get a quota in K1 200m with the reallocation.

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