2019 Canoe Slalom World Cup

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The 2019 Canoe Slalom World Cup is a series of five races in several canoeing and kayaking categories organized by the International Canoe Federation (ICF). It is the 32nd edition.

Calendar[edit]

The series opened with World Cup Race 1 in Lee Valley, England (13–16 June) and it will end with the World Cup Final in Prague, Czech Republic (6–8 September).[1]

Label Venue Date
World Cup Race 1 United Kingdom Lee Valley 13-16 June
World Cup Race 2 Slovakia Bratislava 21-23 June
World Cup Race 3 Slovenia Tacen 28-30 June
World Cup Race 4 Germany Markkleeberg 30 August – 1 September
World Cup Final Czech Republic Prague 6-8 September

Standings[edit]

The winner of each race is awarded 60 points (double points will be awarded for the World Cup Final for all the competitors who reach at least the semifinal stage, double points will also be awarded for the World Championships in Extreme K1 events). Points for lower places differ from one category to another. Every participant is guaranteed at least 2 points for participation and 5 points for qualifying for the semifinal run (10 points in the World Cup Final). If two or more athletes or boats are equal on points, the ranking will be determined by their positions in the World Cup Final.[2]

C1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1  Sideris Tasiadis (GER) 60
2  Adam Burgess (GBR) 55
3  Ryan Westley (GBR) 50
4  Luka Božič (SLO) 46
5  Matej Beňuš (SVK) 44
6  David Florence (GBR) 42
7  Martin Thomas (FRA) 40
8  Franz Anton (GER) 38
9  Raffaello Ivaldi (ITA) 36
10  Benjamin Savšek (SLO) 34

C1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1  Mallory Franklin (GBR) 60
2  Kimberley Woods (GBR) 55
3  Jessica Fox (AUS) 50
4  Lucie Baudu (FRA) 46
5  Andrea Herzog (GER) 44
6  Tereza Fišerová (CZE) 42
7  Claire Jacquet (FRA) 40
8  Alsu Minazova (RUS) 38
9  Klara Olazabal (ESP) 36
10  Sophie Ogilvie (GBR) 34

K1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1  Joe Clarke (GBR) 60
2  Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 55
3  Hannes Aigner (GER) 50
4  Christopher Bowers (GBR) 44
5  Callum Gilbert (NZL) 43
6  David Llorente (ESP) 42
7  Michał Pasiut (POL) 41
8  Peter Kauzer (SLO) 40
9  Niko Testen (SLO) 39
10  Daniel Watkins (AUS) 38

K1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1  Mallory Franklin (GBR) 60
2  Ricarda Funk (GER) 55
3  Jessica Fox (AUS) 50
4  Kimberley Woods (GBR) 46
5  Maialen Chourraut (ESP) 44
6  Eliška Mintálová (SVK) 42
7  Eva Terčelj (SLO) 40
8  Amálie Hilgertová (CZE) 38
9  Klaudia Zwolińska (POL) 36
10  Stefanie Horn (ITA) 34

Extreme K1 men[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Extreme K1 women[edit]

Pos Athlete Points
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10

Points[edit]

  • World Cup points are awarded on the results of each race at each event as follows:[2]
Position  1st   2nd   3rd   4th   5th   6th   7th   8th   9th   10th 
C1 M 60 55 50 46 44 42 40 38 36 34
C1 W 60 55 50 46 44 42 40 38 36 34
C2 X 60 55 50 45 42 39 36 33 30 27
K1 M 60 55 50 44 43 42 41 40 39 38
K1 W 60 55 50 46 44 42 40 38 36 34
Extreme K1 60 55 50 45 40 35 30 25 19 17

Results[edit]

World Cup Race 1[edit]

13–16 June in Lee Valley, England.

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men[3]  Sideris Tasiadis (GER) 94.63  Adam Burgess (GBR) 94.70  Ryan Westley (GBR) 95.07
C1 women[4]  Mallory Franklin (GBR) 106.82  Kimberley Woods (GBR) 107.45  Jessica Fox (AUS) 113.62
K1 men[5]  Joe Clarke (GBR) 90.35  Jiří Prskavec (CZE) 91.21  Hannes Aigner (GER) 92.04
K1 women[6]  Mallory Franklin (GBR) 99.42  Ricarda Funk (GER) 101.86  Jessica Fox (AUS) 105.39
Extreme K1 men[7]  Etienne Chappell (GBR)  Christian De Dionigi (ITA)  Sergey Maimistov (RUS)
Extreme K1 women[8]  Alsu Minazova (RUS)  Polina Mukhgaleeva (RUS)  Ashley Nee (USA)

World Cup Race 2[edit]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men
C1 women
C2 mixed
K1 men
K1 women

World Cup Race 3[edit]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men
C1 women
C2 mixed
K1 men
K1 women

World Cup Race 4[edit]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men
C1 women
C2 mixed
K1 men
K1 women

World Cup Final[edit]

Event Gold Score Silver Score Bronze Score
C1 men
C1 women
C2 mixed
K1 men
K1 women

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ICF Events Calendar". CanoeICF.com. Retrieved 23 February 2018.
  2. ^ a b "CANOE SLALOM 2019 – COMPETITION HANDBOOK" (PDF). CanoeICF.com. Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  3. ^ "C1M official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  4. ^ "C1W official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  5. ^ "K1M official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 16 June 2019.
  6. ^ "K1W official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  7. ^ "Extreme K1M official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 15 June 2019.
  8. ^ "Extreme K1W official result list – World Cup Race 1" (PDF). Retrieved 15 June 2019.

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