Canoe Sprint European Championships

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The Canoe Sprint European Championships is an international canoeing and kayaking event organized by the European Canoe Association (ECA). Since 2004, editions have been held each year.

Host venues[edit]

Source:[1]

Medal tables[edit]

By country[edit]

The following table lists all the medals won by each nation since the 1997 edition.

Updated through 2014 Canoe Sprint European Championships.

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Hungary 107 92 48 247
2  Germany 72 68 53 193
3  Russia 48 37 45 130
4  Belarus 29 28 24 81
5  Poland 26 41 52 119
6  Romania 19 30 26 75
7  Slovakia 15 13 10 38
8  Czech Republic 14 12 21 47
9  Spain 12 25 32 69
10  Lithuania 12 6 7 25
11  Great Britain 11 6 8 25
12  Italy 10 5 10 25
13  Norway 7 4 3 14
14  Ukraine 6 9 18 33
15  Denmark 6 6 7 19
 Sweden 6 6 7 19
17  Serbia 5 7 5 17
18  Azerbaijan 5 3 1 9
19  Bulgaria 4 6 12 22
20  France 3 9 5 17
21  Portugal 2 2 12 16
22  Israel 2 2 3 7
23  Finland 0 2 4 6
24  Austria 0 2 2 4
25  Belgium 0 1 0 1
27  Slovenia 0 0 2 1
28  Croatia 0 0 1 1
 Latvia 0 0 1 1
  Switzerland 0 0 1 1

Exhibition events are not included in this ranking.

Most successful athletes[edit]

This following table lists athletes that have won multiple medals since the 1997 edition (updated until 2011).

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1 Hungary Katalin Kovács 26 16 0 42
2 Hungary Nataša Dušev-Janić 15 4 0 19
3 Germany Ronald Rauhe 14 7 0 21
4 Russia Maxim Opalev 14 6 3 23
5 Germany Katrin Wagner-Augustin 11 10 4 25
6 Slovakia Michal Riszdorfer 11 4 1 16
7 Germany Tim Wieskötter 11 4 0 15
8 Hungary Tímea Paksy 10 10 2 22
9 Belarus Raman Piatrushenka 10 6 4 20
10 Belarus Vadzim Makhneu 10 6 3 19
11 Slovakia Erik Vlček 10 4 0 14
12 Slovakia Richard Riszdorfer 10 3 0 13
13 Hungary Szilvia Szabó 9 10 0 19
14 Hungary Kinga Bóta 8 8 1 17
15 Hungary Ákos Vereckei 8 6 0 14
16 Russia Alexander Kostoglod 8 5 6 19
17 Italy Josefa Idem 8 4 3 15
18 Germany Nicole Reinhardt 8 2 2 12
19 Romania Florin Popescu 7 7 1 15
20 Hungary/Serbia Dalma Ružičić-Benedek 7 5 0 12
21 Hungary Danuta Kozák 7 4 0 11
22 Spain Teresa Portela Rivas 7 3 6 16
23 Norway Eirik Verås Larsen 7 1 2 10
24 Hungary Erzsébet Viski 6 9 0 15
25 Germany Carolin Leonhardt 6 6 4 16
26 Spain Beatriz Manchón 6 5 10 21
27 Poland Aneta Pastuszka 6 4 6 16
28 Hungary Krisztina Fazekas 6 4 2 12
29 Russia Nikolai Lipkin 6 2 1 9
30 Czech Republic Petr Fuksa 6 1 4 11

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.canoe-europe.org/DisciplineResults.aspx?id=1 European Canoe Association. Retrieved 2011-06-19

External links[edit]