2010 Canoe Sprint European Championships

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The 2010 Canoe Sprint European Championships were held in the Trasona Reservoir, Trasona, Spain.[1]

Medal overview[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
C1-200m Lithuania Jevgenij Shuklin 40.031 Ukraine Yuriy Cheban 40.305 Russia Ivan Shtyl 40.334
C2-200m Lithuania
Tomas Gadeikis
Raimundas Labuckas
35.940 Russia
Ivan Shtyl
Evgeny Ignatov
36.322 Belarus
Dzmitry Rabchanka
Aliaksandr Vauchetski
37.096
K1-200m United Kingdom Ed McKeever 35.580 Germany Ronald Rauhe 35.747 Poland Piotr Siemionowski 36.127
K2-200m United Kingdom
Liam Heath
Jonathon Schofield
31.872 Spain
Saúl Craviotto Rivero
Carlos Pérez Rial
31.910 Hungary
Rudolf Dombi
István Beé
32.202
C1-500m Belarus Dzianis Harazha 1:48.259 France Mathieu Goubel 1:49.876 Germany Tomasz Wylenzek 1:50.489
C2-500m Romania
Alexandru Dumitrescu
Victor Mihalachi
1:38.642 Azerbaijan
Sergey Bezugliy
Maksym Prokopenko
1:38.825 Belarus
Aliaksandr Vauchetski
Dzmitry Rabchanka
1:39.017
K1-500m Hungary Tamás Szalai 1:38.072 Sweden Anders Gustafsson 1:38.881 Germany Max Hoff 1:39.062
K2-500m Belarus
Vadzim Makhneu
Raman Piatrushenka
1:28.818 Spain
Saúl Craviotto Rivero
Carlos Pérez Rial
1:29.258 Portugal
Fernando Pimenta
Emanuel Silva
1:29.658
C1-1000m Germany Sebastian Brendel 3:59.106 France Mathieu Goubel 3:59.996 Hungary Pál Sarudi 4:00.786
C2-1000m Azerbaijan
Maksym Prokopenko
Sergey Bezugliy
3:34.115 Russia
Alexey Korovashkov
Ilya Pervukhin
3:34.745 Romania
Victor Mihalachi
Alexandru Dumitrescu
3.34.930
C4-1000m Russia
Pavel Petrov
Kirill Shamshurin
Alexander Kostoglod
Maxim Opalev
3:17.363 Belarus
Dzmitry Vaitsishkin
Dzmitry Rabchanka
Dzianis Harazha
Aliaksandr Vauchetski
3:18.438 Germany
Tomasz Wylenzek
Chris Wend
Erik Rebstock
Ronald Verch
3:19.084
K1-1000m Germany Max Hoff 3:33.018 Belarus Aleh Yurenia 3:34.148 Denmark René Holten Poulsen 3:35.228
K2-1000m Germany
Andreas Ihle
Martin Hollstein
3:11.283 Hungary
Zoltán Kammerer
Ákos Vereckei
3:12.198 Spain
Diego Cosgaya Noriega
Emilio Merchán Alonso
3:13.843
K4-1000m Germany
Norman Brockl
Marcus Gross
Tim Wieskötter
Hendrik Bertz
2:54.016 Hungary
Tamás Szalai
Rudolf Dombi
Gergely Hadvina
Roland Kökény
2:54.961 Czech Republic
Ondrej Horsky
Jan Soucek
Daniel Havel
Sterba Jan
2:55.316
C1-5000m Germany Ronald Verch 23:10.386 Spain Jose Luis Bouza 23:18.546 Slovakia Marian Ostrcil 23:20.018
K1-5000m Belarus Aleh Yurenia 19:55.607 Germany Max Hoff 19:58.904 Russia Ilya Medvedev 20:16.564

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
K1-200m Hungary Nataša Janić 40.405 Poland Marta Walczykiewicz 40.505 Spain Teresa Portela Rivas 40.591
K2-200m Hungary
Nataša Janić
Katalin Kovács
37.668 Slovakia
Ivana Kmetová
Martina Kohlová
38.059 Germany
Fanny Fischer
Carolin Leonhardt
38.090
K1-500m Hungary Danuta Kozák 1:49.010 Germany Katrin Wagner-Augustin 1:49.250 United Kingdom Rachel Cawthorn 1.49.564
K2-500m Hungary
Katalin Kovács
Nataša Janić
1:39.627 Russia
Anastasia Sergeeva
Juliana Salakhova
1:40.190 Poland
Ewelina Wojnarowska
Marta Walczykiewicz
1:41.678
K4-500m Germany
Nicole Reinhardt
Katrin Wagner-Augustin
Tina Dietze
Fanny Fischer
1:30.719 Hungary
Gabriella Szabó
Dalma Benedek
Tamara Csipes
Danuta Kozák
1:30.805 Spain
Teresa Portela Rivas
Jana Smidakova
Beatriz Manchón
Sonia Molanes Costa
1:32.914
K1-1000m United Kingdom Rachel Cawthorn 3:58.346 Germany Franziska Weber 4:00.806 Poland Beata Mikołajczyk 4:01.276
K2-1000m Hungary
Gabriella Szabó
Tamara Csipes
3:34.659 Russia
Anastasia Sergeeva
Juliana Salakhova
3:36.254 Germany
Carolin Leonhardt
Tina Dietze
3:38.769
K1-5000m United Kingdom Lani Belcher 22:22.457 Hungary Tamara Csipes 22:29.359 Belarus Maryna Paltaran 22:33.297

Medal Table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Germany 6 4 5 15
2  Hungary 6 4 2 12
3  Great Britain 4 0 1 5
4  Belarus 3 2 3 8
5  Lithuania 2 0 0 2
6  Russia 1 4 2 7
7  Azerbaijan 1 1 0 2
8  Romania 1 0 1 2
9  Spain 0 3 3 6
10  France 0 2 0 2
11  Poland 0 1 3 4
12  Slovakia 0 1 1 2
13  Ukraine 0 1 0 1
13  Sweden 0 1 0 1
15  Portugal 0 0 1 1
15  Denmark 0 0 1 1
15  Czech Republic 0 0 1 1

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-30. Retrieved 2011-07-07.  European Canoe Association

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