2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships

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2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
VenueSegre Olympic Park
LocationLa Seu d'Urgell, Spain
Dates24–29 September
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The 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships were the 40th edition of the ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships. The event took place from 24 to 29 September 2019 in La Seu d'Urgell, Spain under the auspices of International Canoe Federation (ICF).[1] The events took place at the Segre Olympic Park which also hosted the canoe slalom events at the 1992 Summer Olympics. La Seu d'Urgell hosted the championships for the third time after previously hosting the event in 1999 and 2009

As is traditional in a pre-Olympic year, the Championships also doubled as the primary qualification event for the 2020 Summer Olympics. The top placed boats (subject to a limit of one per nation) earned their NOCs a qualification quota. 18 qualification spots were available in the K1 events, and eleven in the C1[2].

Seu also hosted the Wildwater canoeing world championships as part of the same event.

Schedule[edit]

Nine medal events were contested.[3]

All times listed are UTC+2.

Date Starting Time Events
25 September 09:00 C1M, K1W, K1M, C1W teams
26 September 09:00 C1M, K1W heats – 1st run
12:30 C1M, K1W heats – 2nd run
27 September 09:00 C1W, K1M heats – 1st run
12:25 C1W, K1M heats – 2nd run
28 September 09:03 C1M, K1W semifinals
12:03 C1M, K1W finals
29 September 08:33 C1W, K1M semifinals
12:03 C1W, K1M finals
15:00 C2Mx semifinal
16:10 C2Mx final

Medal summary[edit]

Medal table[edit]

  *   Host nation (Spain)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Czech Republic (CZE)2226
2 Spain (ESP)*1416
3 Australia (AUS)1203
4 Slovenia (SLO)1012
5 France (FRA)1001
 Germany (GER)1001
 Great Britain (GBR)1001
 Slovakia (SVK)1001
9 Poland (POL)0112
10 Russia (RUS)0022
11 Austria (AUT)0011
 New Zealand (NZL)0011
Totals (12 nations)99927

Men[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1[4] Cédric Joly
 France
90.84 Ander Elosegi
 Spain
91.35 Luka Božič
 Slovenia
91.92
C1 team[5]  Slovakia
Alexander Slafkovský
Michal Martikán
Matej Beňuš
94.38  Spain
Ander Elosegi
Miquel Trave
Luis Fernández
97.43  Russia
Kirill Setkin
Dmitrii Khramtsov
Pavel Kotov
98.62

Kayak[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1[6] Jiří Prskavec
 Czech Republic
84.26 David Llorente
 Spain
85.96 Joan Crespo
 Spain
87.22
K1 team[7]  Spain
David Llorente
Samuel Hernanz
Joan Crespo
89.87  Czech Republic
Jiří Prskavec
Vít Přindiš
Vavřinec Hradilek
90.86  Poland
Dariusz Popiela
Michał Pasiut
Krzysztof Majerczak
93.69

Women[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C1[8] Andrea Herzog
 Germany
100.52 Jessica Fox
 Australia
101.46 Nadine Weratschnig
 Austria
106.45
C1 team[9]  Australia
Jessica Fox
Noemie Fox
Rosalyn Lawrence
117.97  Spain
Núria Vilarrubla
Klara Olazabal
Ainhoa Lameiro
121.72  Czech Republic
Tereza Fišerová
Eva Říhová
Kateřina Havlíčková
124.48

Kayak[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
K1[10] Eva Terčelj
 Slovenia
94.27 Jessica Fox
 Australia
94.69 Luuka Jones
 New Zealand
94.77
K1 team[11]  Great Britain
Mallory Franklin
Fiona Pennie
Kimberley Woods
103.96  Czech Republic
Kateřina Kudějová
Veronika Vojtová
Amálie Hilgertová
104.16  Russia
Ekaterina Perova
Marta Kharitonova
Alsu Minazova
104.19

Mixed[edit]

Canoe[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
C2[12] Tereza Fišerová
Jakub Jáně
 Czech Republic
109.65 Aleksandra Stach
Marcin Pochwała
 Poland
113.36 Jan Mašek
Veronika Vojtová
 Czech Republic
114.57

Olympic qualification[edit]

The 2019 World Championships also served as a main qualification event in each of the individual boat classes. The following nations each qualified a boat in the stated event:

Qualified boats for Tokyo 2020 from the 2019 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Men's K-1 (18) Men's C-1 (11) Women's K-1 (18) Women's C-1 (11)
 Czech Republic
 Great Britain
 Portugal
 Russia
 Australia
 Spain
 Slovakia
 France
 Germany
 Canada
 Italy
 Austria
 Switzerland
 Slovenia
 United States
 Brazil
 Sweden
 New Zealand
 France
 Poland
 Slovenia
 Slovakia
 Switzerland
 Ireland
 Spain
 Canada
 Croatia
 Czech Republic
 Great Britain
 Czech Republic
 Slovakia
 Austria
 Ukraine
 France
 Great Britain
 New Zealand
 Poland
 United States
 Netherlands
 Germany
 Andorra
 Brazil
 Spain
 Slovenia
 Australia
 Italy
 Russia
 Spain
 Australia
 Andorra
 Germany
 New Zealand
 Czech Republic
 Austria
 Brazil
 United States
 Great Britain
 Italy

Great Britain, the Czech Republic and Spain achieved qualification in all four classes, and thus joined host Japan in completing their qualification pathway for Canoe slalom at the 2020 Games. Further events providing opportunities to qualify for other nations will take place throughout 2020.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "ICF Events Calendar". CanoeICF.com. Retrieved 22 February 2018.
  2. ^ Qualification System – Games of the XXXII Olympiad – Canoe Slalom from ICF.
  3. ^ "Schedule". Retrieved 17 September 2019.
  4. ^ "Men's C1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 28 September 2019.
  5. ^ "Men's C1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  6. ^ "Men's K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2019.
  7. ^ "Men's K1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  8. ^ "Women's C1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2019.
  9. ^ "Women's C1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  10. ^ "Women's K1 results" (PDF). Retrieved 28 September 2019.
  11. ^ "Women's K1 team results" (PDF). Retrieved 25 September 2019.
  12. ^ "Mixed C2 results" (PDF). Retrieved 29 September 2019.

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