1989 Canoe Slalom World Cup

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Jump to: navigation, search

The 1989 Canoe Slalom World Cup was a series of races in 4 canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation (ICF). It was the 2nd edition.

Calendar[edit]

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race Italy Mezzana 12 August
World Cup Race West Germany Augsburg 15 August
World Cup Final Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Tacen 20 August

Final standings[edit]

C1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Jon Lugbill (USA) 111
2  David Hearn (USA) 110
3  Jed Prentice (USA) 76
4  Thierry Humeau (FRA) 72
5  Bob Robison (USA) 54
6  Jože Vidmar (YUG) 48
7  Boštjan Žitnik (YUG) 43
8  Juraj Ontko (TCH) 43
9  Carlo Faloci (FRA) 41
10  Emmanuel Brugvin (FRA) 39

C2 men[edit]

Pos Athletes Points[1]
1  Jérôme Daille/Gilles Lelievre (FRA) 105
2  Lecky Haller/Jamie McEwan (USA) 100
3  Joe Jacobi/Scott Strausbaugh (USA) 76
4  Michel Saidi/Jérôme Daval (FRA) 74
5  Thierry Saidi/Emmanuel del Rey (FRA) 62
6  Miroslav Šimek/Jiří Rohan (TCH) 61
7  Miroslav Hajdučík/Milan Kučera (TCH) 55
8  Frank Adisson/Wilfrid Forgues (FRA) 44
9  Sergei Kuznetsov/Alexander Bondar (URS) 36
10  Mark Ciborowski/Dave Paton (USA) 33

K1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Richard Fox (GBR) 107
2  Luboš Hilgert (TCH) 78
3  Albin Čižman (YUG) 67
4  Marjan Štrukelj (YUG) 62
5  Ian Wiley (IRL) 61
6  Laurent Brissaud (FRA) 61
7  Janez Skok (YUG) 58
8  Jernej Abramič (YUG) 58
9  Melvyn Jones (GBR) 37
10  Michael Seibert (FRG) 36

K1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 105
2  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 76
3  Cathy Hearn (USA) 74
4  Zdenka Grossmannová (TCH) 69
5  Marie-Françoise Grange-Prigent (FRA) 67
6  Dana Chladek (USA) 65
7  Sylvie Arnaud-Lepeltier (FRA) 61
8  Anouk Loubie (FRA) 51
9  Elisabeth Micheler (FRG) 47
10  Anne Boixel (FRA) 47

Results[edit]

World Cup Race in Mezzana[edit]

The World Cup Race in Mezzana, Italy was one of the races of this world cup series and it took place on August 12.[2]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Jon Lugbill (USA) 166.49  David Hearn (USA) 168.36  Thierry Humeau (FRA) 173.28
C2 men  France
Thierry Saidi
Emmanuel del Rey
190.34  France
Jérôme Daille
Gilles Lelievre
193.16  France
Michel Saidi
Jérôme Daval
195.08
K1 men  Albin Čižman (YUG) 163.48  Luboš Hilgert (TCH) 164.14  Pierpaolo Ferrazzi (ITA) 164.19
K1 women  Anouk Loubie (FRA) 184.54  Dana Chladek (USA) 187.45  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 188.18

World Cup Race in Augsburg[edit]

The World Cup Race in Augsburg, West Germany took place on August 15.[3]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Jon Lugbill (USA) 206.35  Thierry Humeau (FRA) 218.46  Jože Vidmar (YUG) 221.31
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Jiří Rohan
Miroslav Šimek
233.47  United States
Jamie McEwan
Lecky Haller
236.03  West Germany
Thomas Loose
Frank Hemmer
241.45
K1 men  Michael Seibert (FRG) 197.87  Luboš Hilgert (TCH) 199.76  Laurent Brissaud (FRA) 204.59
K1 women  Zdenka Grossmannová (TCH) 239.61  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 240.49  Eva Roth (FRG) 242.28

World Cup Final[edit]

The World Cup Final took place in Tacen, Yugoslavia on August 20.[4]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  David Hearn (USA) 126.64  Boštjan Žitnik (YUG) 127.78  Gareth Marriott (GBR) 128.43
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Šimek
Jiří Rohan
132.96  United States
Lecky Haller
Jamie McEwan
133.32  France
Jérôme Daille
Gilles Lelievre
133.64
K1 men  Richard Fox (GBR) 115.94  Ian Wiley (IRL) 116.11  Luboš Hilgert (TCH) 116.81
K1 women  Sylvie Arnaud-Lepeltier (FRA) 135.31  Zdenka Grossmannová (TCH) 137.71  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 142.25

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d "1989 World Cup Final Rankings" (PDF). Retrieved 6 August 2017. 
  2. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race in Mezzana" (PDF). Retrieved 6 August 2017. 
  3. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race in Augsburg" (PDF). Retrieved 6 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Official results - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 6 August 2017. 

External links[edit]