1998 Canoe Slalom World Cup

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The 1998 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 11th edition. The series consisted of 4 regular world cup races and the world cup final.

Calendar[edit]

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race 1 Slovakia Liptovský Mikuláš 13–14 June
World Cup Race 2 Slovenia Tacen 20–21 June
World Cup Race 3 Germany Augsburg 27–28 June
World Cup Race 4 United States Wausau 31 July - 2 August
World Cup Final Spain La Seu d'Urgell 11–13 September

Final standings[edit]

The winner of each world cup race was awarded 30 points. The points scale reached down to 1 point for 20th place in the men's K1, while in the other three categories only the top 15 received points (with 6 points for 15th place). Only the best two results of each athlete from the first 4 world cups plus the result from the world cup final counted for the final world cup standings. Furthermore, an athlete or boat had to compete in the world cup final in order to be classified in the world cup rankings.[1]

C1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Michal Martikán (SVK) 80
2  Patrice Estanguet (FRA) 66
3  Hervé Delamarre (FRA) 65
4  Emmanuel Brugvin (FRA) 60
5  Juraj Minčík (SVK) 57
6  Lukáš Pollert (CZE) 55
6  Stanislav Ježek (CZE) 55
8  Krzysztof Bieryt (POL) 51
9  Tony Estanguet (FRA) 43
10  David Hearn (USA) 42

C2 men[edit]

Pos Athletes Points[1]
1  Roman Štrba/Roman Vajs (SVK) 68
2  Marek Jiras/Tomáš Máder (CZE) 65
3  Éric Biau/Bertrand Daille (FRA) 61
4  Petr Štercl/Pavel Štercl (CZE) 59
5  Jaroslav Volf/Ondřej Štěpánek (CZE) 54
6  Jaroslav Pospíšil/Jaroslav Pollert (CZE) 48
7  Matt Taylor/Lecky Haller (USA) 46
7  Milan Kubáň/Marián Olejník (SVK) 46
9  Nathanael Fouquet/Alexandre Lauvergne (FRA) 43
10  Philippe Quémerais/Yann Le Pennec (FRA) 41

K1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Paul Ratcliffe (GBR) 85
2  Scott Shipley (USA) 63
3  Pierpaolo Ferrazzi (ITA) 57
4  Andraž Vehovar (SLO) 55
5  Thomas Becker (GER) 53
6  Helmut Oblinger (AUT) 52
7  David Ford (CAN) 45
8  Enrico Lazzarotto (ITA) 41
9  Ian Raspin (GBR) 40
10  Ian Wiley (IRL) 36

K1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points[1]
1  Štěpánka Hilgertová (CZE) 75
2  Elena Kaliská (SVK) 70
3  Brigitte Guibal (FRA) 59
4  Kordula Striepecke (GER) 57
5  Margaret Langford (CAN) 50
6  María Eizmendi (ESP) 49
7  Sandra Friedli (SUI) 47
8  Gabriela Brosková (SVK) 45
9  Cathy Hearn (USA) 44
10  Heather Corrie (GBR) 41

Results[edit]

World Cup Race 1[edit]

The first world cup race of the season took place at the Ondrej Cibak Whitewater Slalom Course in Liptovský Mikuláš, Slovakia from 13 to 14 June.[2]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Emmanuel Brugvin (FRA) 214.70  Krzysztof Bieryt (POL) 216.56  Lukáš Pollert (CZE) 218.06
C2 men  Czech Republic
Marek Jiras
Tomáš Máder
230.14  Czech Republic
Jaroslav Volf
Ondřej Štěpánek
232.24  Czech Republic
Jaroslav Pospíšil
Jaroslav Pollert
233.10
K1 men  Scott Shipley (USA) 205.65  Pierpaolo Ferrazzi (ITA) 206.78  Ian Raspin (GBR) 209.24
K1 women  Elena Kaliská (SVK) 224.74  Štěpánka Hilgertová (CZE) 228.66  Gabriela Brosková (SVK) 231.28

World Cup Race 2[edit]

The second world cup race of the season took place at the Tacen Whitewater Course, Slovenia from 20 to 21 June.[3]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Michal Martikán (SVK) 202.14  Hervé Delamarre (FRA) 209.05  Juraj Minčík (SVK) 209.19
C2 men  Slovakia
Milan Kubáň
Marián Olejník
224.27  Slovakia
Roman Štrba
Roman Vajs
226.48  France
Frank Adisson
Wilfrid Forgues
227.02
K1 men  Paul Ratcliffe (GBR) 188.01  Andraž Vehovar (SLO) 189.67  Ian Raspin (GBR) 190.71
K1 women  Brigitte Guibal (FRA) 232.81  Evi Huss (GER) 234.18  Elena Kaliská (SVK) 241.53

World Cup Race 3[edit]

The third world cup race of the season took place at the Augsburg Eiskanal, Germany from 27 to 28 June.[4]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Stanislav Ježek (CZE) 228.61  Patrice Estanguet (FRA) 230.34  Michal Martikán (SVK) 231.52
C2 men  France
Frank Adisson
Wilfrid Forgues
233.75  Poland
Krzysztof Kołomański
Michał Staniszewski
241.75  Germany
André Ehrenberg
Michael Senft
241.85
K1 men  Thomas Becker (GER) 215.75  Enrico Lazzarotto (ITA) 216.03  Scott Shipley (USA) 217.26
K1 women  Sandra Friedli (SUI) 257.46  Kordula Striepecke (GER) 258.80  Štěpánka Hilgertová (CZE) 261.14

World Cup Race 4[edit]

The fourth world cup race of the season took place in Wausau, Wisconsin from 31 July to 2 August.[5]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Emmanuel Brugvin (FRA) 245.99  Hervé Delamarre (FRA) 249.16  Juraj Minčík (SVK) 250.00
C2 men  France
Éric Biau
Bertrand Daille
265.33  France
Nathanael Fouquet
Alexandre Lauvergne
266.93  United States
Matt Taylor
Lecky Haller
268.96
K1 men  Scott Shipley (USA) 233.82  Paul Ratcliffe (GBR) 237.62  David Ford (CAN) 242.17
K1 women  Cathy Hearn (USA) 273.52  Margaret Langford (CAN) 273.94  Peggy Dickens (FRA) 274.51

World Cup Final[edit]

The final world cup race of the season took place at the Segre Olympic Park in La Seu d'Urgell, Spain from 11 to 13 September.[6]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men  Michal Martikán (SVK) 208.44  Patrice Estanguet (FRA) 213.93  Lukáš Pollert (CZE) 214.21
C2 men  Slovakia
Roman Štrba
Roman Vajs
223.00  Czech Republic
Petr Štercl
Pavel Štercl
228.89  Czech Republic
Marek Jiras
Tomáš Máder
229.14
K1 men  Paul Ratcliffe (GBR) 200.49  Helmut Oblinger (AUT) 201.13  Thomas Schmidt (GER) 202.90
K1 women  Štěpánka Hilgertová (CZE) 224.68  María Eizmendi (ESP) 232.30  Elena Kaliská (SVK) 236.78

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d e "1998 World Cup Final Rankings" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  2. ^ "Results - World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  3. ^ "Results - World Cup Race 2" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  4. ^ "Results - World Cup Race 3" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  5. ^ "Results - World Cup Race 4" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.
  6. ^ "Official results - World Cup Final" (PDF). Retrieved 16 September 2017.

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