Canoe Sprint European Championships

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The Canoe Sprint European Championships is an international canoeing and kayaking event organized by the European Canoe Association (ECA). Since 2004, editions have been held each year.

Summary[edit]

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 1933 Czechoslovakia Prague, Czechoslovakia 7
2 1934 Denmark Copenhagen, Denmark 8
3 1936 Germany Duisburg, Germany 2
4 1957 Belgium Ghent, Belgium 15
5 1959 West Germany Duisburg, West Germany 15
6 1961 Poland Poznań, Poland 16
7 1963 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Jajce, Yugoslavia 15
8 1965 Romania Bucharest, Romania 16
9 1967 West Germany Duisburg, West Germany 16
10 1969 Soviet Union Moscow, Soviet Union 16
Not organised between 1970 to 1996
11 1997 Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria 26
12 1999 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia 26
13 2000 Poland Poznań, Poland 26
14 2001 Italy Milan, Italy 27
15 2002 Hungary Szeged, Hungary 27
16 2004 Poland Poznań, Poland 27
17 2005 Poland Poznań, Poland 27
18 2006 Czech Republic Račice, Czech Republic 27
19 2007 Spain Pontevedra, Spain 27
20 2008 Italy Milan, Italy 27
21 2009 Germany Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany 27
22 2010 Spain Trasona, Spain 24
23 2011 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia 25
24 2012 Croatia Zagreb, Croatia 26
25 2013 Portugal Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal 26 + 9
26 2014 Germany Brandenburg an der Havel, Germany 26 + 8
27 2015 Czech Republic Račice, Czech Republic 27 + 8
28 2016 Russia Moscow, Russia 27 + 8
29 2017 Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria 27 + 8
30 2018 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia 30 + 10
31 2019 Belarus Minsk, Belarus 30 + 10

Source:[1]

European Junior & U23 Canoe Sprint Championships[edit]

Main Article : European Junior & U23 Canoe Sprint Championships

Edition Year Host venue Events
1 2012 Portugal Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal 21 + 21
2 2013 Poland Poznan, Poland 21 + 21
3 2014 France Mantes-en-Yvelines, France 21 + 21
4 2015 Romania Pitesti, Romania 22 + 22
5 2016 Bulgaria Plovdiv, Bulgaria 23 + 23
6 2017 Serbia Belgrade, Serbia 23 + 23
7 2018 Italy Auronzo, Italy 18 + 18
8 2019 Czech Republic Račice, Czech Republic

Medal table (1997 - 2017)[edit]

The following table lists all the medals won by each nation since the 1997 edition. Exhibition events are not included in this ranking. Updated through 2017 Canoe Sprint European Championships.

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Hungary (HUN)12110255278
2 Germany (GER)897660225
3 Russia (RUS)604856164
4 Belarus (BLR)373635108
5 Poland (POL)294858135
6 Romania (ROU)21362986
7 Czech Republic (CZE)19132355
8 Slovakia (SVK)17161245
9 Spain (ESP)13273777
10 Lithuania (LTU)1371030
11 Great Britain (GBR)137929
12 Italy (ITA)1061329
13 Serbia (SRB)9111131
14 Ukraine (UKR)8122444
15 Denmark (DEN)812929
16 Norway (NOR)74415
17 Sweden (SWE)68721
18 Bulgaria (BUL)571224
19 Portugal (POR)551323
20 Azerbaijan (AZE)5319
21 France (FRA)49619
22 Israel (ISR)2237
23 Turkey (TUR)1001
24 Finland (FIN)0246
25 Austria (AUT)0224
26 Moldova (MLD)0213
27 Slovenia (SVN)0134
28 Belgium (BEL)0101
29 Latvia (LAT)0022
30 Croatia (CRO)0011
 Georgia (GEO)0011
 Ireland (IRL)0011
  Switzerland (SUI)0011
Totals (33 nations)5025035031508


Most successful athletes[edit]

This following table lists athletes that have won multiple medals since the 1997 edition (updated until 2011).

RankAthleteGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1Hungary Katalin Kovács2616042
2Hungary Nataša Dušev-Janić154019
3Germany Ronald Rauhe147021
4Russia Maxim Opalev146323
5Germany Katrin Wagner-Augustin1110425
6Slovakia Michal Riszdorfer114116
7Germany Tim Wieskötter114015
8Hungary Tímea Paksy1010222
9Belarus Raman Piatrushenka106420
10Belarus Vadzim Makhneu106319
11Slovakia Erik Vlček104014
12Slovakia Richard Riszdorfer103013
13Hungary Szilvia Szabó910019
14Hungary Kinga Bóta88117
15Hungary Ákos Vereckei86014
16Russia Alexander Kostoglod85619
17Italy Josefa Idem84315
18Germany Nicole Reinhardt82212
19Romania Florin Popescu77115
20Hungary/Serbia Dalma Ružičić-Benedek75012
21Hungary Danuta Kozák74011
22Spain Teresa Portela Rivas73616
23Norway Eirik Verås Larsen71210
24Hungary Erzsébet Viski69015
25Germany Carolin Leonhardt66416
26Spain Beatriz Manchón651021
27Poland Aneta Pastuszka64616
28Hungary Krisztina Fazekas64212
29Russia Nikolai Lipkin6219
30Czech Republic Petr Fuksa61411
Totals (30 athletes)27816665509

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2011-09-30. Retrieved 2011-07-07. European Canoe Association. Retrieved 2011-06-19

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