1991 Canoe Slalom World Cup

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The 1991 Canoe Slalom World Cup was a series of five races in 4 canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation (ICF). It was the 4th edition. The series consisted of 4 regular world cup races and the world cup final.

Calendar[edit]

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race 1 Italy Mezzana 29–30 June
World Cup Race 2 Germany Augsburg 6–7 July
World Cup Race 3 France Reals 10–11 July
World Cup Race 4 Canada Minden 24–25 August
World Cup Final United States Wausau 31 August - 1 September

Final standings[edit]

The winner of each world cup race was awarded 25 points. The points scale reached down to 1 point for 15th place. Only the best three results of each athlete counted for the final world cup standings. If two or more athletes or boats were equal on points, the ranking was determined by their positions in the world cup final.[1]

C1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Gareth Marriott (GBR) 70
2  Jon Lugbill (USA) 65
3  Martin Lang (GER) 56
4  David Hearn (USA) 49
5  Jed Prentice (USA) 40
6  Lukáš Pollert (TCH) 38
7  Hervé Delamarre (FRA) 38
8  Andreas Kübler (GER) 31
9  Mike Corcoran (IRL) 24
10  Jérôme Guiraud (FRA) 22

C2 men[edit]

Pos Athletes Points[1]
1  Miroslav Šimek/Jiří Rohan (TCH) 75
2  Jérôme Daille/Gilles Lelievre (FRA) 60
3  Petr Štercl/Pavel Štercl (TCH) 57
4  Lecky Haller/Jamie McEwan (USA) 43
5  Ueli Matti/Peter Matti (SUI) 42
6  Joe Jacobi/Scott Strausbaugh (USA) 38
7  Viktor Beneš/Milan Kučera (TCH) 27
7  Stephan Bittner/Volker Nerlich (GER) 27
9  Elliot Weintrob/Martin McCormick (USA) 26
10  Manfred Berro/Michael Trummer (GER) 26

K1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Richard Fox (GBR) 70
2  Ian Wiley (IRL) 65
3  Richard Weiss (USA) 57
4  Melvyn Jones (GBR) 41
5  Luboš Hilgert (TCH) 33
6  David Ford (CAN) 32
7  Scott Shipley (USA) 30
8  Michael Seibert (GER) 29
9  Shaun Pearce (GBR) 27
10  Ian Raspin (GBR) 25

K1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 75
2  Sylvie Lepeltier (FRA) 60
3  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 55
4  Elisabeth Micheler (GER) 49
5  Dana Chladek (USA) 40
6  Eva Roth (GER) 35
7  Lynn Simpson (GBR) 32
8  Cathy Hearn (USA) 27
9  Kordula Striepecke (GER) 27
10  Joanne Woods (CAN) 25

Results[edit]

World Cup Race 1[edit]

The first world cup race of the season took place in Mezzana from 29 to 30 June.[2]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Gareth Marriott (GBR) 137.25  Jon Lugbill (USA) 138.37  Lukáš Pollert (TCH) 139.20
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Šimek
Jiří Rohan
147.44  France
Jérôme Daille
Gilles Lelievre
152.67  United States
Joe Jacobi
Scott Strausbaugh
154.46
K1 men  Richard Fox (GBR) 132.61  Ian Wiley (IRL) 132.76  Gilles Clouzeau (FRA) 132.98
K1 women  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 147.11  Dana Chladek (USA) 150.20  Kordula Striepecke (GER) 154.29

World Cup Race 2[edit]

The second world cup race of the season took place at the Augsburg Eiskanal from 6 to 7 July.[3]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  David Hearn (USA) 163.51  Martin Lang (GER) 166.68  Hervé Delamarre (FRA) 167.57
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Šimek
Jiří Rohan
183.06  France
Jérôme Daille
Gilles Lelievre
184.18  Czechoslovakia
Viktor Beneš
Milan Kučera
184.20
K1 men  Richard Fox (GBR) 155.68  Melvyn Jones (GBR) 155.74  David Ford (CAN) 158.08
K1 women  Elisabeth Micheler (GER) 177.10  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 182.02  Eva Roth (GER) 184.26

World Cup Race 3[edit]

The third world cup race of the season took place in Reals from 10 to 11 July.[4]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Martin Lang (GER) 178.29  Jon Lugbill (USA) 179.14  Andreas Kübler (GER) 179.30
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Petr Štercl
Pavel Štercl
189.20  France
Jérôme Daille
Gilles Lelievre
190.61  France
Frank Adisson
Wilfrid Forgues
191.54
K1 men  Ian Raspin (GBR) 161.66  Richard Fox (GBR) 162.94  Shaun Pearce (GBR) 163.47
K1 women  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 180.26  Sylvie Lepeltier (FRA) 190.29  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 190.93

World Cup Race 4[edit]

The fourth world cup race of the season took place at the Minden Wild Water Preserve in Ontario from 24 to 25 August.[5]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Gareth Marriott (GBR) 179.71  Jon Lugbill (USA) 180.54  Jed Prentice (USA) 183.07
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Šimek
Jiří Rohan
193.01  United States
Lecky Haller
Jamie McEwan
193.66   Switzerland
Ueli Matti
Peter Matti
199.98
K1 men  Richard Weiss (USA) 167.25  Ian Wiley (IRL) 168.90  Richard Fox (GBR) 169.12
K1 women  Sylvie Lepeltier (FRA) 191.80  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 197.57  Cathy Hearn (USA) 207.34

World Cup Final[edit]

The final world cup race of the season took place in Wausau, Wisconsin from 31 August to 1 September.[6]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Jon Lugbill (USA) 193.78  Gareth Marriott (GBR) 201.52  Jed Prentice (USA) 202.35
C2 men  Czechoslovakia
Miroslav Šimek
Jiří Rohan
204.25  Czechoslovakia
Petr Štercl
Pavel Štercl
205.57   Switzerland
Ueli Matti
Peter Matti
213.84
K1 men  Ian Wiley (IRL) 181.98  Richard Weiss (USA) 182.97  Melvyn Jones (GBR) 183.01
K1 women  Myriam Jerusalmi (FRA) 211.65  Štěpánka Hilgertová (TCH) 212.81  Sylvie Lepeltier (FRA) 214.47

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "1991 World Cup Final Rankings" (PDF). Retrieved 6 October 2017. 
  2. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 12 August 2017. 
  3. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 2" (PDF). Retrieved 12 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 28 October 2017. 
  5. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 12 August 2017. 
  6. ^ "Official results - World Cup Race Final" (PDF). Retrieved 28 October 2017. 

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