2014 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships

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The 2014 European Junior and U23 Canoe Slalom Championships took place in Skopje, Macedonia from 3 to 6 July 2014 under the auspices of the European Canoe Association (ECA).[1] It was the 16th edition of the competition for Juniors (U18) and the 12th edition for the Under 23 category.

A total of 20 medal events took place.

Medal Summary[edit]

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Men[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Junior[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1  Raffaello Ivaldi (ITA) 113.18  Florian Breuer (GER) 115.27  Marko Gurečka (SVK) 116.55
C1 team  Germany
Florian Breuer
Timo Trummer
Leon Hanika
132.91  Czech Republic
Václav Chaloupka
Tomáš Heger
Matyáš Lhota
133.54  Great Britain
Samuel Ibbotson
William Coney
Jac Davies
137.97
C2  Guillaume Graille/Lucas Roisin (FRA) 125.24  Jan Větrovský/Michael Matějka (CZE) 128.06  Igor Mikhailov/Nikolay Shkliaruk (RUS) 132.28
C2 team  Germany
Tilman Bayn/Leonard Bayn
Niklas Hecht/Alexander Weber
Paul Grunwald/Timo Trummer
156.04  Russia
Igor Mikhailov/Nikolay Shkliaruk
Aleksandr Bashmakov/Viacheslav Siriya
Roman Malyshev/Nikita Kazantsev
174.15  Great Britain
Crawford Niven/Angus Gibson
Jacob Holmes/Edward McDiarmid
Robert Harratt/William Smith
190.45
U23[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1  Maxime Perron (FRA) 106.55  Kilian Foulon (FRA) 107.09  Simon Le Friec (FRA) 107.41
C1 team  France
Maxime Perron
Simon Le Friec
Kilian Foulon
122.95  Great Britain
Ryan Westley
Thomas Quinn
Thomas Abbott
125.89  Russia
Ruslan Sayfiev
Alexander Ovchinikov
Kirill Setkin
127.13
C2  Hugo Cailhol/Nicolas Scianimanico (FRA) 118.70  Ryan Westley/Zachary Franklin (GBR) 118.71  Filip Brzeziński/Andrzej Brzeziński (POL) 118.88
C2 team  France
Yves Prigent/Loïc Kervella
Nicolas Scianimanico/Hugo Cailhol
Guillaume Graille/Lucas Roisin
142.19  Germany
Gabriel Holzapfel/Merlin Holzapfel
Aaron Jüttner/Piet Lennart Wagner
Hans Krüger/Paul Sommer
147.37  Russia
Vadim Voinalovich/Aleksei Popov
Egor Gover/Dmitriy Azanov
Nikolay Shkliaruk/Igor Mikhailov
154.24

Kayak[edit]

Junior[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1  Jakob Weger (ITA) 105.74  Pol Oulhen (FRA) 106.19  Niko Testen (SLO) 106.98
K1 team  Germany
Leo Bolg
Thomas Strauss
Lukas Stahl
125.94  Spain
David Llorente
Unai Nabaskues
Jordi Cadena
126.57  Poland
Jakub Brzeziński
Wiktor Sandera
Krzysztof Majerczak
126.97
U23[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1  Rafał Polaczyk (POL) 99.31  Quentin Burgi (FRA) 99.96  Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 101.62
K1 team  Poland
Rafał Polaczyk
Michał Pasiut
Maciej Okręglak
115.41  Germany
Laurenz Laugwitz
Fabian Schweikert
Samuel Hegge
118.27  Italy
Giovanni De Gennaro
Luca Colazingari
Christian De Dionigi
118.58

Women[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Junior[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1  Martina Satková (CZE) 131.76  Birgit Ohmayer (GER) 140.09  Karolin Wagner (GER) 140.19
C1 team  Spain
Miren Lazkano
Annebel van der Knijff
Klara Olazabal
161.57  Germany
Birgit Ohmayer
Karolin Wagner
Elena Apel
213.78  Czech Republic
Martina Satková
Anna Koblencová
Jana Matulková
225.15
U23[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1  Mallory Franklin (GBR) 122.72  Núria Vilarrubla (ESP) 125.44  Monika Jančová (CZE) 131.82
C1 team  Great Britain
Mallory Franklin
Jasmine Royle
Eilidh Gibson
160.97  Germany
Andrea Herzog
Rebekka Jüttner
Kira Kubbe
169.76  Russia
Polina Mukhgaleeva
Zulfia Sabitova
Anastasia Tropkina
177.19

Kayak[edit]

Junior[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1  Anna Faber (GER) 122.41  Klaudia Zwolińska (POL) 123.04  Camille Prigent (FRA) 124.30
K1 team  Czech Republic
Sabina Foltysová
Amálie Hilgertová
Tereza Fišerová
144.98  Germany
Anna Faber
Selina Jones
Andrea Herzog
147.17  Spain
Miren Lazkano
Irene Egües
Klara Olazabal
155.52
U23[edit]
Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1  Stefanie Horn (ITA) 113.80  Karolína Galušková (CZE) 115.30  Eva Terčelj (SLO) 116.60
K1 team  Slovenia
Eva Terčelj
Ajda Novak
Nina Bizjak
138.28  Germany
Lisa Fritsche
Caroline Trompeter
Leonie Meyer
141.48  France
Estelle Mangin
Lucie Baudu
Cécile Tixier
141.98

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 France (FRA)53311
2 Germany (GER)48113
3 Italy (ITA)3014
4 Czech Republic (CZE)2338
5 Great Britain (GBR)2226
6 Poland (POL)2125
7 Spain (ESP)1214
8 Slovenia (SLO)1023
9 Russia (RUS)0145
10 Slovakia (SVK)0011
Totals (10 nations)20202060

References[edit]

  1. ^ "European Championships (Juniors) - 2014". Retrieved 26 November 2017.
  2. ^ "Official results" (PDF). Retrieved 26 November 2017.

External links[edit]