Results & Records

Canoe Sprint is all about being the fastest; it's a test of strength, endurance and speed. Results and times set the markers for competitors to beat, and with ever-improving equipment technology, training techniques and nutrition new records continue to be set.

2014

Classification on points

World Championships

  • 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, Moscow, Russia. - Full results
  • 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint Junior and U23 World Championships, Szeged, Hungary. - Full results

 World Cup Series

  • 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Milan, Italy - Full Results
  • 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Racice, Czech Republic - Full Results
  • 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Szeged, Hungary - Full Results

 

2013

The 2013 ICF senior season consisted of three World Cups (Szeged, Hungary / Racice, Czech Republic / Poznan, Poland) and the World Championships in Duisburg, Germany. It was a break-through season for many with the usual post-Olympic year unpredictability.

World Championships

200m World Champions
K1 Women - Lisa Carrington (NZl)
K1 Men - Petter Ostrom (SWE)
C1 Men - Valentin Demyanenko (AZE)
C1 Women - Laurence Vincent-Lapointe (CAN)
K2 Women - Franziska Weber / Tina Duietze (GER)
K2 Men - Yury Postrygay / Alexander Dyachenko (RUS)
C2 Men - Robert Nuck / Stefan Holtz (GER)
K1 Men Relay - Siemionski / Ambroziak/ Szypula / Putto (POL)
K1 Women Relay - Douchev-Janic / Vad / Fazekas / Kozak (HUN)
C1 Men Relay - Kraitor / Melantyev / Ganin / Shtyl (RUS)

500m World Champions
K1 Men - Tom Liebscher (GER)
K1 Women - Danuta Kozak (HUN)
C1 Men - Isaquias Queiroz Dos Santos (BRA)
K2 Men - Emanuel Silva / João Ribeiro(POR)
C2 Men - Viktor Melantyev / Ivan Shtyl (RUS)
C2 Women - Laurence Vincent-Lapointe / Sara-Jane Caumartin (CAN)
K4 Women - Szabo / Fazekas / Kozak / Vad (GER)
K4 Men - Yurchenko / Vasilyev / Pogreban / Zhestkov (RUS)

1000m World Champions
K1 Women - Erika Medveczky (HUN)
K1 Men - Max Hoff (GER)
C1 Men - Attila Vajda (HUN)
K2 Men - Max Rendschmidt / Marcus Gross (GER)
K2 Women - Gabriella Szabo / Krisztina Fazekas (HUN)
C2 Men - Henrik Vasbanyai / Róbert Mike (HUN)
K4 Men - Yurchenko / Pogeban / Vasilev / Zhestkov (RUS)
C4 Men - Kuschela / Leue / Rebstock / Kretscgmer (GER)

5000m World Champions
K1 Women - Teneale Hatton (NZL)
K1 Men - Ken Wallace (AUS)
C1 Men - Sebastian Brendel (GER)

2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championship Full Results - Click Here

World Cup Series Champions

Men's Kayak - Max Hofg (GER)
Women's Kayak - Lisa Carrington (NZL)
Men's Canoe - Sebastian Brendel (GER)
Team Events - Germany

2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Standings - Click Here
2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Szeged, Hungary - Full Results
2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Racice, Czech Republic - Full Results
2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup Poznan, Poland - Full Results

2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships

Welland, Canada played host to the 2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships; 63 countries and more than 1,000 participants lined-up to compete over the four days of competition.

2013 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships- Full Results

Fastest Recorded Results

The following documents list the fastest recorded results and outline the world's best performaces todate.
 
World's Top Athlete List in Canoe Sprint (2013)

World's Top Athlete List in Canoe Sprint Olympic Events (2011)

The Ten World Best Times in Canoe Sprint since 1978 (2010)

 
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