1965 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships

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The 1965 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships were held in Spittal, Austria under the auspices of International Canoe Federation for the second time after hosting the event previously in 1963. It also marked some changes in which the folding kayak events were replaced by standard kayaks for the men's and women's events. Additionally, the mixed C-2 team event returned for the first time since 1957.

Medal summary[edit]

Men's[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Event Gold Points Silver Points Bronze Points
C-1  Gert Kleinert (GDR) 335.5  Luděk Beneš (TCH) 374.0  Manfred Schubert (GDR) 383.3
C-1 team  Czechoslovakia
Jiří Vočka
Luděk Beneš
Bohuslav Pospíchal
472.8  West Germany
Christian Kaufmann
Heiner Stumpf
Otto Stumpf
517.9  East Germany
Jochen Förster
Gert Kleinert
Manfred Schubert
537.9
C-2  East Germany
Günther Merkel
Manfred Merkel
369.7  Czechoslovakia
Jiří Dejl
Zdeněk Fifka
432.3   Switzerland
Fernand Götz
Wolfgang Klingebiel
446.9
C-2 team  Czechoslovakia
Ladislav Měšťan & Zdeněk Měšťan
Emil Pollert & Jaroslav Pollert
Jaroslav Brejcha & Milan Kalas
1040.2  Yugoslavia
Janez Andrejašič & Jože Gerkman
Milan Vidmar & Borut Justin
Franc Žitnik & Leon Žitnik
1231.7  West Germany
Friedrich Bohry & Walter Gehlen
Hermann Roock & Norbert Schmidt
Wolf Dieter Seller & Günther Tuchel
1322.7

Kayak[edit]

Event Gold Points Silver Points Bronze Points
K-1  Kurt Presslmayr (AUT) 276.7  Eberhard Gläser (GDR) 277.4  Uli Raysz (FRG) 277.7
K-1 team  West Germany
Manfred Vogt
Eugen Weimann
Horst Dieter Engelke
493.5  East Germany
Eberhard Gläser
Fritz Lange
Rolf Luber
519.2  Austria
Robert Fabian
Manfred Hausmann
Kurt Presslmayr
565.8

Mixed[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Event Gold Points Silver Points Bronze Points
C-2  Czechoslovakia
Ludmilla Sirotková
Václav Janoušek
475.4  Czechoslovakia
Jiřina Šedivcová
Josef Šedivec
494.1  East Germany
Erika Schönfeld
Horst Wängler
532.4
C-2 team  East Germany
Edith Grabo & Werner Lempert
Monika Lehmann & Rolf Müller
Erika Schönfeld & Horst Wängler
747.2  Czechoslovakia
Milada Absolonová & Antonín Absolon
Ludmilla Sirotková & Václav Janoušek
Jiřina Šedivcová & Josef Šedivec
843.8  France
Simone Blanc & Gérard Ghidini
Michele Olry & Michel Berthenet
Henriette Guette & Jean Olry
2117.5

Women's[edit]

Kayak[edit]

Event Gold Points Silver Points Bronze Points
K-1  Ursula Gläser (GDR) 310.7  Lia Merkel (GDR) 345.5  Bärbel Körner (FRG) 381.3
K-1 team  East Germany
Ursula Gläser
Bärbel Richter
Lia Merkel
420.5  Czechoslovakia
Bohumila Kapplová
Renata Knýová
Ludmila Polesná
592.7  West Germany
Heide Boikat
Bärbel Körner
Kirsten Schmidt
722.2

Medals table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  East Germany 5 3 3 11
2  Czechoslovakia 3 5 0 8
3  West Germany 1 1 4 6
4  Austria 1 0 1 2
5  Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
6  France 0 0 1 1
6   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30

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