ICF Canoe Marathon World Championship

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ICF Canoe Marathon World Championships is an International Canoe Federation competitions in canoe marathon in which athletes compete over long distances. [1] The race usually starts and ends at the same place, and includes portages. Race categories vary by the number of athletes in the boat, the length of the course, and whether the boat is a canoe or kayak. In a kayak, the paddler is seated in the direction of travel, and uses a double-bladed paddle. In a canoe the paddler kneels on one knee with the other leg forward and foot flat on the floor inside the boat, and paddles a single-bladed paddle on one side only. [2] The World Championships were held every two years from 1988, becoming annual in 1998.

International Canoe Federation international canoeing governing body

The International Canoe Federation (ICF) is the umbrella organization of all national canoe organizations worldwide. It is headquartered in Lausanne, Switzerland, and administers all aspects of canoe sport worldwide. 157 countries are affiliated with the ICF after seven national federations were added at the 2008 ICF Congress in Rome.

Canoe marathon

Canoe marathon is a paddling sport in which athletes paddle a kayak or canoe over a long distance to the finish line. While the International Canoe Federation states the standard distances are up to 30 km, many races are significantly longer. Many events are raced down sections of river, including currents or portages around obstacles. Some events attract thousands of competitors and are staged over several days.

Portage carrying water craft or cargo over land

Portage or portaging is the practice of carrying water craft or cargo over land, either around an obstacle in a river, or between two bodies of water. A path where items are regularly carried between bodies of water is also called a portage.

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Medalists

The following tables give the results. [3]

Men's K1

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of Australia (converted).svg  John Jacoby  (Australia)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stefan Gustafsson  (SWE)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Erik Onnekes  (NED)
1990Flag of Hungary.svg  Kálmán Petrovics  (HUN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stefan Gustafsson  (SWE)Flag of Denmark.svg  Claus Rorh)  (DEN)
1992Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ivan Lawler  (GBR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Stefan Gustafsson  (SWE)Flag of Portugal.svg  Rui Cancio  (POR)
1994Flag of Denmark.svg  Lars Koch  (DEN)Flag of Sweden.svg  Tim Krantz  (SWE)Flag of the United States.svg  Robert Herreveld  (USA)
1996Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Chadleigh Meek  (AUS)Flag of Ireland.svg  Garry Mawer  (IRE)Flag of Portugal.svg  Rui Cancio  (POR)
1998Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ivan Lawler  (GBR)Flag of Denmark.svg  Thor Nielsen  (DEN)Flag of Norway.svg  Torgeir Toppe)  (NOR)
1999Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ivan Lawler  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Istvan Salga  (HUN)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Edwin de Nijs  (NED)
2000Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Istvan Salga  (HUN)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Michael Leverett  (AUS)
2001Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Michael Leverett  (AUS)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Jambor  (HUN)
2002Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Denmark.svg  Torsten Tranum)  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Jambor  (HUN)
2003Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Jámbor  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Anthony Stot  (RSA)
2005Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchan  (ESP)Flag of New Zealand.svg  Ben Fouhy  (NZL)
2006Flag of South Africa.svg  Shaun Rubenstein  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán  (ESP)
2007Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Jámbor  (HUN)
2008Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán  (ESP)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Tomáš Ježek  (CZE)Flag of South Africa.svg  Antony Stott  (RSA)
2009Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Benjamin Brown  (GBR)Flag of Portugal.svg  José Ramalho  (POR)
2010Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Benjamin Brown  (GBR)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of South Africa.svg  Leonard Jenkins  (RSA)
2011Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Petr Jámbor  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Mate Petrovics  (HUN)
2012Flag of Spain.svg  Iván Alonso  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  José Ramalho  (POR)Flag of Portugal.svg  Fernando Pimenta  (POR)
2013Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Iván Alonso  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Cyrille Carré  (FRA)
2014Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Iván Alonso  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  José Ramalho  (POR)
2015Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Iván Alonso  (ESP)
2016Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of South Africa.svg  Andrew Birkett  (RSA)Flag of Portugal.svg  José Ramalho  (POR)
2017Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor  (RSA)Flag of South Africa.svg  Andrew Birkett  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros  (HUN)
2018Flag of South Africa.svg  Andrew Birkett  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Jasper Mocke  (RSA)

Men's K2

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of Denmark.svg  Thor Nielsen & Lars Koch  (DEN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ivan Lawler & Graham Burns  (GBR)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Robert Edgar & Chris Barnett  (AUS)
1990Flag of Denmark.svg  Thor Nielsen & Lars Koch  (DEN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ivan Lawler & Graham Burns  (GBR)Flag of Germany.svg  Jens Stegemann & Olaf Scheu  (FRG)
1992Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Ramon Andersson & Steven Wood  (AUS)Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Bruno Jannis & Werner Jannis  (BEL)Flag of Sweden.svg  Magnus Skoldbeck & Tommy Karls  (SWE)
1994Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Steven Harris & Ivan Lawler  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Csaba Laszlo & Laszlo Toth  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Thomas Christiansen & Karsten Solgard  (DEN)
1996Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Steven Harris & Ivan Lawler  (GBR)Flag of Sweden.svg  Magnus Skoldbeck & Tom Krantz  (SWE)Flag of Portugal.svg  Jesus Villaverda & Roberto Villaverda  (POR)
1998Flag of Hungary.svg  Viktor Szakaly & Attila Jambor  (HUN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Tim Brabants  (GBR) & Flag of Ireland.svg  Conor Holmes  (IRE)Flag of Denmark.svg  Karsten Solgard & Thor Nielsen  (DEN)
1999Flag of Hungary.svg  Viktor Szakaly & Attila Jambor  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Santiago Guerrero & Jorge Alonso Gonzalez  (ESP)Flag of Denmark.svg  Thomas Christiansen & Karsten Solgard  (DEN)
2000Flag of Spain.svg  Santiago Guerrero & Jorge Alonso Gonzalez  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Julio Martinez & Rafael Quevedo  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  Marcio Pinto & Miguel Gomes  (POR)
2001Flag of Norway.svg  Eirik Larsen & Nils Olav Fjeldheim  (NOR)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Martin Kolanda & Branislav Sramek  (CZE)Flag of Spain.svg  Santiago Guerrero & Jorge Alonso  (ESP)
2002Flag of Norway.svg  Eirik Larsen & Nils Olav Fjeldheim  (NOR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Edwin DE Nijsm & Dolph Te Linde  (NED)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto Fernandez & Julio Martinez Gomez  (ESP)
2003Flag of Hungary.svg  Atiila Jamor & Istvan Salga  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Busto & Javier Hernanz  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Santiago Guerrero & Jorge Alonso Gonzalez  (ESP)
2005Flag of Spain.svg  Oier Arzpurua & Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Viktor Szakaly & Kristian Szigeti  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Santiago Guerrero & Jorge Alonso Gonzalez  (ESP)
2006Flag of Spain.svg  Oier Arzpurua & Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of South Africa.svg  Shaun Rubenstein & Shaun Biggs  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Tamás Homoki & Attila Jámbor  (HUN)
2007Flag of Spain.svg  Oier Arzpurua & Manuel Busto  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Jorge Alonso Gonzalez & Santiago Guerrero  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Balázs Börcsök & István Salga  (HUN)
2008Flag of South Africa.svg  Antony Stott & Cameron Schoeman  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Jorge Alonso Gonzalez & Santiago Guerrero  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Jámbor & Mate Petrovics  (HUN)
2009Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of South Africa.svg  Shaun Rubenstein & Ant Stott  (RSA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jakub Adam & Petr Jámbor  (CZE)
2010Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Jorge Alonso Gonzalez & Albert Corominas  (ESP)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jakub Adam & Michael Odvarko  (CZE)
2011Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Romain Marcaud & Edwin Lucas  (FRA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jakub Adam & Michael Odvarko  (CZE)
2012Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán & Iván Alonso  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of South Africa.svg  Simon van Gysen & Jasper Mocke  (RSA)
2013Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán & Iván Alonso  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Balint Noe & Milan Noe  (HUN)
2014Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor & Jasper Mocke  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Emilio Merchán & Iván Alonso  (ESP)
2015Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrian Boros & László Solti  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor & Jasper Mocke  (RSA)Flag of Spain.svg  Walter Bouzan & Álvaro Fernández  (ESP)
2016Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor & Jasper Mocke  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros & László Solti  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Andrew Birkett & Louis Hattingh  (RSA)
2017Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor & Jasper Mocke  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros & László Solti  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Andrew Birkett & Jean van der Westhuizen  (RSA)
2018Flag of South Africa.svg  Hank McGregor & Andrew Birkett  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Adrián Boros & László Solti  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Miguel Llorens & Luis Amado Pérez  (ESP)

Men's C1

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Stig Jeppesen  (DEN)
1990Flag of Denmark.svg  Stig Jepsen  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jiří Vrdlovec  (CZE)
1992Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)
1994Flag of Denmark.svg  Arne Nielsen  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Karsten Scales  (DEN)
1996Flag of Denmark.svg  Arne Nielsen  (DEN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Karsten Scales  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)
1998Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)Flag of Portugal.svg  Jose Sousa  (POR)
1999Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)
2000Flag of Denmark.svg  Karsten Scales  (DEN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)
2001Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Pal Petevari  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Pedro Areal Abreu  (ESP)
2002Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)Flag of France.svg  Lionel Dubois Dunlac  (FRA)Flag of Spain.svg  Pedro Areal Abreu  (ESP)
2003Flag of France.svg  Bertrand Hémonic  (FRA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Pavel Bednář  (CZE)Flag of France.svg  Lionel Dubois-Dunilac  (FRA)
2005Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabal  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  José Alfredo Bea  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe  (HUN)
2006Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  José Alfredo Bea  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Bertrand Hémonic  (FRA)
2007Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  José Alfredo Bea  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)
2008Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Croatia.svg  Nikica Ljubek  (CRO)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsolt Gilányi  (HUN)
2009Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Germany.svg  Franz Michael  (GER)
2010Flag of Portugal.svg  Nuno Barros  (POR)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Germany.svg  Matthias Ebhardt  (GER)
2011Flag of Germany.svg  Matthias Ebhardt  (GER)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  David Manuel Mosquera  (ESP)
2012Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Peter Nagy  (HUN)Flag of Germany.svg  Matthias Ebhardt  (GER)
2013Flag of Hungary.svg  Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Tamás Kiss  (HUN)
2014Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Portugal.svg  Nuno Barros  (POR)
2015Flag of Hungary.svg  Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  Nuno Barros  (POR)
2016Flag of Hungary.svg  Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  Nuno Barros  (POR)
2017Flag of Hungary.svg  Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Garrido  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)
2018Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Garrido  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Ádám Dóczé  (HUN)

Men's C2

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Stephen Train & Andrew Train  (GBR)Flag of Denmark.svg  Arne Nielsen & Christian Frederiksen  (DEN)Flag of Poland.svg  Andrezej Kaminski & K Glowacki  (POL)
1990Flag of Denmark.svg  Arne Nielsen & Christian Frederiksen  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gabor Gyursanszky & Zsolt Nadacdi  (HUN)Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Viktor Dobrovorski & Andrei Balabanov  (URS)
1992Flag of Denmark.svg  Arne Nielsen & Christian Frederiksen  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsolt Bohács & István Gyulay  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Petr Fuksa & Zbynec Adamec  (CZE)
1994Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsolt Bohács & István Gyulay  (HUN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Stephen Train & Andrew Train  (GBR)Flag of Spain.svg  Pedro Areal Abreu & Bienvenido Perez  (ESP)
1996Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Stephen Train & Andrew Train  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsolt Bohács & István Gyulay  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Pedro Areal Abreu & Bienvenido Perez  (ESP)
1998Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Stephen Train & Andrew Train  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Edvin Csabai & Attila Györe  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Bela Jakus & Gabor Bolgovics  (HUN)
1999Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edwin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Bela Jakus & Csaba Bittera  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Marcin Grzybowski & & Konrad Pyplacz  (POL)
2000Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edwin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Richard Dalton & Michael Scarola  (CAN)Flag of Germany.svg  Vladimir Clauss & Petr Kubíček  (GER)
2001Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Istvan Koncz & Aron Gajarszki  (HUN)Flag of France.svg  Lionel Dubois Dunlac & Pascal Syloz  (FRA)
2002Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Viktor Jiráský & Jan Macháč  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsolt Gilanyi & Gabor Kolozsvari  (HUN)
2003Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  José Alfredo Bea & David Mascató  (ESP)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jan Macháč & Viktor Jiráský  (CZE)
2005Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Gábor Furdok & Csaba Hüttner  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Ramon Ferro & Oscar Grana  (ESP)
2006Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Ramon Ferro & Oscar Grana  (ESP)Flag of Portugal.svg  Nuno Barros & Jose Sousa  (POR)
2007Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Ramon Ferro & Oscar Grana  (ESP)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Filip Dvořák & Petr Koudelka  (CZE)
2008Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Ramon Ferro & Oscar Grana  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Angel Ribadomar & David Mascató  (ESP)
2009Flag of Hungary.svg  Peter Nagy & Edvin Csabai  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Angel Ribadomar & David Mascato  (ESP)Flag of France.svg  Stéphane Hascoet & Mathieu Beugnet  (FRA)
2010Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Diego Romero Fraga & Angel Ribadomar  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Márton Kövér  (HUN)
2011Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Eduard Shemetylo & Oleg Shpak  (UKR)Flag of Poland.svg  Mateusz Kaminski & Bartosz Plawski  (POL)
2012Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos & Manuel Jose Sanchez  (ESP)
2013Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos & [Diego Romero]] (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Attila Györe & Márton Kövér  (HUN)
2014Flag of Hungary.svg  Ádám Dóczé & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos & Manuel Jose Sanchez  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)
2015Flag of Hungary.svg  Ádám Dóczé & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos & Manuel Jose Sanchez  (ESP)
2016Flag of Hungary.svg  Ádám Dóczé & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Dóri Bence Balázs & Zoltán Koleszár  (HUN)
2017Flag of Hungary.svg  Ádám Dóczé & Márton Kövér  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Ramón Ferro Dios  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Manuel Antonio Campos & José Manuel Sánchez Sánchez  (ESP)
2018Flag of Spain.svg  Óscar Graña Blanco & Diego Romero  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zoltán Koleszár & Levente Balla  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jakub Brezina & Jan Dlouhy  (CZE)

Women's K1

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Jane Hall  (AUS)Flag of Hungary.svg  Anna Polgar  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Beata Lewicka  (POL)
1990Flag of Norway.svg  Ingeborg Rasmusse  (NOR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Katalin Lakatos  (HUN)Flag of East Germany.svg  Manuela Koblitz  (GDR)
1992Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Gunnarsson  (SWE)Flag of Austria.svg  Ursula Profanter  (AUT)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Jane Hall  (AUS)
1994Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Gunnarsson  (SWE)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Denise Cooper  (AUS)Flag of Hungary.svg  Andrea Pitz  (HUN)
1996Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Gunnarsson  (SWE)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Nicole Bulk  (NED)
1998Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Gunnarsson  (SWE)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Katalain Szonda  (HUN)
1999Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisabeta Introini  (ITA)
2000Flag of Spain.svg  Mara Santos Garcia  (ESP)Flag of Hungary.svg  Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Chantal Meek  (AUS)
2001Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Italy.svg  Elisabeta Introini  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Mara Santos Garcia  (ESP)
2002Flag of Italy.svg  Elisabeta Introini  (ITA)Flag of Spain.svg  Mara Santos Garcia  (ESP)Flag of Norway.svg  Marianne Fjeldheim  (NOR)
2003Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Mara Santos Garcia  (ESP)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Jenny Spencer  (GBR)
2005Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Vivien Folláth  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Barbara Przybylska  (POL)
2006Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Portugal.svg  Beatriz Gomes  (POR)
2007Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Mara Santos Garcia  (ESP)
2008Flag of Hungary.svg  Vivien Folláth  (HUN)Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Lani Belcher  (AUS)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Adamová  (CZE)
2009Flag of Portugal.svg  Beatriz Gomes  (POR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lani Belcher  (GBR)
2010Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Adamova  (CZE)Flag of Germany.svg  Frederike Leue  (GER)
2011Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Italy.svg  Anna Alberti  (ITA)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Adamova  (CZE)
2012Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Italy.svg  Stefania Cicali  (ITA)Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Berenike Faldum  (BUL)
2013Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koaa Kova  (CZE)Flag of Italy.svg  Stefania Cicali  (ITA)
2014Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lizzie Broughton  (GBR)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koziskova  (CZE)
2015Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koziskova  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Serbia.svg  Kristina Bedec  (SRB)
2016Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Wanda Kiszli  (HUN)Flag of Serbia.svg  Kristina Bedec  (SRB)
2017Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lani Belcher  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Vanda Kiszli  (HUN)Flag of Ireland.svg  Jennifer Egan  (IRL)
2018Flag of Hungary.svg  Vanda Kiszli  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Sára Mihalik  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Eva Barrios  (ESP)

Women's K2

YearGoldSilverBronze
1988Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Gayle Mayes & Denise Cooper  (AUS)Flag of Hungary.svg  Katalin Lakatos & Erika Janosi  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Miroslava Switalska & Renata Oles  (POL)
1990Flag of Hungary.svg  Anes Erdody & Andrea Baranyai  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Barbara Venerova & Alena Hroudova  (CZE)Flag of Hungary.svg  Agnes Tas & Tünde Demény  (HUN)
1992Flag of Germany.svg  Anett Schuck & Antje Manfroni  (GER)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Sandra Troop & Maria Blumenthal  (GBR)Flag of Denmark.svg  Hanne Selmer & Bettina Larsen  (DEN)
1994Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Denise Cooper & Shelley Jesney  (AUS)Flag of Denmark.svg  Hanne Selmer & Bettina Larsen  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Andrea Biro & Agnes Erdodi  (HUN)
1996Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Rosenqvist & Maria Haglund  (SWE)Flag of Germany.svg  Anett Schuck & Ramona Portwich  (GER)Flag of Hungary.svg  Andrea Biro & Agnes Erdodi  (HUN)
1998Flag of Sweden.svg  Asa Eklund & Susanne Rosenqvist  (SWE)Flag of Germany.svg  Anett Schuck & Sabine Meyer  (GER)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Andrea Delevay & Helen Gilby  (GBR)
1999Flag of Hungary.svg  Andrea Pitz & Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Barbara Przybylska & Marzana Michalak  (POL)Flag of Sweden.svg  Susanne Rosenqvist & Lisen Augustsson  (SWE)
2000Flag of Hungary.svg  Andrea Pitz & Renáta Csay  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Kornelia Szonda & Edit Javorszky  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Mette Barfood & Jeanette Knudsen  (DEN)
2001Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Anna Hemmings & Helen Gilby  (GBR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of Poland.svg  Barbara Przybylska & Magdalena Sendal  (POL)
2002Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of Germany.svg  Anett Schuck & Wiebke Pontzen  (GER)Flag of Poland.svg  Barbara Przybylska & Marzana Michalak  (POL)
2003Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Mette Barfod & Anne Lolk  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsuzsanna Giczy & Orgolya Harkai  (HUN)
2005Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Kornelia Szonda  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Dania Kamstra & Alexa Lombard  (RSA)Flag of Denmark.svg  Mette Barfod & Anne Lolk  (DEN)
2006Flag of Denmark.svg  Mette Barfod & Anne Lolk  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Vivien Folláth  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Berenike Faldum & Ágnes Szabó  (HUN)
2007Flag of Denmark.svg  Henriette Engel Hansen & Anne Lolk  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Berenike Faldum  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Nicola Mocke & Michele Eray  (RSA)
2008Flag of Denmark.svg  Henriette Engel Hansen & Anne Lolk  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Berenike Faldum  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Judit Kollár & Vivien Folláth  (HUN)
2009Flag of Denmark.svg  Henriette Engel Hansen & Anne Lolk  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Berenike Faldum  (HUN)Flag of Portugal.svg  Beatriz Gomes & Joana Sousa  (POR)
2010Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Berenike Faldum  (HUN)Flag of Denmark.svg  Jeanette Loevborg & Birgit Pontoppidan  (DEN)Flag of Norway.svg  Lisa Sheriff & Agnes Brun-Lie  (NOR)
2011Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Ramona Farkasdi  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Krisztina Bedocs & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Maria Perez & Naiara Gomez  (ESP)
2012Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Ramona Farkasdi  (HUN)Flag of Italy.svg  Stefania Cicali & Anna Alberti  (ITA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Reka Hagymasi & Vanda Kiszli  (HUN)
2013Flag of Denmark.svg  Henriette Engel Hansen & Jeanette Loevborg  (DEN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koaa Kova & Lenka Hrochova  (CZE)
2014Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koziskova & Lenka Hrochová  (CZE)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Amy Ward & Samantha Rees-Clark  (GBR)
2015Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Anna Koziskova & Lenka Hrochová  (CZE)Flag of Italy.svg  Anna Alberti & Stefania Cicali  (ITA)
2016Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of South Africa.svg  Kyeta Purchase & Jenna Ward  (RSA)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsófia Giczy & Sára Anna Mihalik  (HUN)
2017Flag of Hungary.svg  Vanda Kiszli & Sára Anna Mihalik  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Alexandra Bara  (HUN)Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Lani Belcher & Hayleigh-Jayne Mason  (GBR)
2018Flag of Hungary.svg  Renáta Csay & Zsófia Czéllai-Vörös  (HUN)Flag of Spain.svg  Eva Barrios & Amaia Osaba  (ESP)Flag of Spain.svg  Tania Fernández & Tania Álvarez  (ESP)

Women's C1

YearGoldSilverBronze
2015Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsanett Lakatos  (HUN)Flag of Hungary.svg  Kincső Takács  (HUN)Flag of France.svg  Marine Sansinena  (FRA)
2016Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsanett Lakatos  (HUN)Flag of France.svg  Julie Cailleretz  (FRA)Flag of Ukraine.svg  Liudmyla Babak  (UKR)
2017Flag of Ukraine.svg  Liudmyla Babak  (UKR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsanett Lakatos  (HUN)Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Jana Ježová  (CZE)
2018Flag of Ukraine.svg  Liudmyla Babak  (UKR)Flag of Hungary.svg  Zsófia Kisbán  (HUN)Flag of France.svg  Marine Sansinena  (FRA)

2015 ICF Classic Series events

The Tour de Gudenå is a 120 km flatwater kayak and canoe race along the Gudenå river in Denmark. It is held on the second weekend of September each year.

The Liffey Descent Canoe Race is an annual down river canoe and kayak race, of some 18 miles in length, that has been held on the River Liffey in Ireland since 1960. It starts by the K Club above Straffan weir in County Kildare, and historically finished by the Dublin University Boat Club. It is organised by the Irish Canoe Union and is normally timed to coincide with The Liffey Swim. 2009 saw the 50th anniversary of this event.

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The ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships are an international event in canoeing, one of two Summer Olympic sport events organized by the International Canoe Federation. The World Championships have taken place every non-Olympic year since 1970 and officially included paracanoe events since 2010; since 2012, paracanoe-specific editions of this event have been held in Summer Paralympic years.

The ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships are an international event in canoeing organized by the International Canoe Federation. The World Championships have taken place every year in non-Summer Olympic years since 2002. From 1949 to 1999, they had taken place in odd-numbered years. The 2001 championships were scheduled to take place in Ducktown, Tennessee from 20 to 23 September, but were canceled in the wake of the September 11 attacks.

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Canoeing paddle sport in which you kneel or sit facing forward in an open or closed-decked canoe, and propel yourself with a single-bladed paddle, under your own power

Canoeing is an activity which involves paddling a canoe with a single-bladed paddle. Common meanings of the term are limited to when the canoeing is the central purpose of the activity. Broader meanings include when it is combined with other activities such as canoe camping, or where canoeing is merely a transportation method used to accomplish other activities. Most present-day canoeing is done as or as a part of a sport or recreational activity. In some parts of Europe canoeing refers to both canoeing and kayaking, with a canoe being called an Open canoe.

Wildwater canoeing

Wildwater canoeing is a competitive discipline of canoeing in which kayaks or canoes are used to negotiate a stretch of river speedily. It is also called "Whitewater racing" or "Downriver racing" to distinguish it from whitewater slalom racing and whitewater rodeo or Freestyle competition.

Canoe slalom discipline in sport of canoeing and kayaking, to navigate through a course of hanging gates on river rapids

Canoe slalom is a competitive sport with the aim to navigate a decked canoe or kayak through a course of hanging downstream or upstream gates on river rapids in the fastest time possible. It is one of the two kayak and canoeing disciplines at the Summer Olympics, and is referred to by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as Canoe/Kayak Slalom. The other Olympic canoeing discipline is canoe sprint. Wildwater canoeing is a non-Olympic paddlesport.

Canoe sprint discipline in sport of canoeing and kayaking

Canoe sprint is a sport in which athletes race canoes or kayaks on calm water.

Dusi Canoe Marathon

The Dusi Canoe Marathon is a marathon canoe race held over three days between Pietermaritzburg and Durban, South Africa. It is run along the Msunduzi and Mgeni Rivers over a total distance of 120 kilometres (75 mi). The race attracts between 1600 and 2000 paddlers each year, making it the biggest canoeing event on the African continent. It is organised by the Natal Canoe Club. The clubhouse is located on the banks of the Msunduzi River, at the exact start point of the race.

The Massive Murray Paddle is an Australian 404 km, 5-day canoe/kayak flatwater race on the Murray River, bordering Victoria and New South Wales. One of the longest annual flatwater canoe races in the world, it starts in Yarrawonga on and heads downstream through Tocumwal, Picnic Point, Echuca, Torrumbarry and Murrabit before finishing in Swan Hill five days later. The Massive Murray Paddle is a 5 day event that raises funds to assist local community-driven programs.

Sprint canoe racing canoe

A sprint canoe is a canoe used in International Canoe Federation canoe sprint. It is an open boat propelled by one, two or four paddlers from a kneeling position, using single-bladed paddles. The difficulty of balance can depend on how wide or narrow the canoe is, although regularly the less contact a canoe has with the water the faster it goes. This makes the narrower boats much faster and popular when it comes to racing.

The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic is an annual marathon canoe race taking place on the Hawkesbury River in Northwest Sydney usually at the end of October. The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic consists of a 111 km paddle downstream starting in Windsor and finishing in Brooklyn. The race is Australia's fourth-longest annual canoe race after the 404 km Murray Marathon, the Riverland Paddling Marathon on the Murray River between Martins Bend and Morgan in South Australia and the 133 km Avon Descent in Western Australia. The Hawkesbury Canoe Classic has over 600 paddlers each year. Around 600 paddlers travel 111 km in moonlight, down the Hawkesbury River from Windsor to Brooklyn, to raise money for Charity. Over the years the Hawkesbury Classic has developed into a great event. Paddlers, their land crew and hundreds of volunteers converge on the banks of the Hawkesbury River at Windsor on the day of the event to enjoy the fun and competition of an overnight paddle, and the now famous camaraderie and spirit of the event. Paddlers leave Windsor between 4pm and 6pm on Saturday and pass 20 safety checkpoints during the night. The fastest craft arrive at Brooklyn on Sunday morning in less than 10 hours, but the average time is closer to 15 hours. The classic began in 1977 and is made possible by volunteers who put in hundreds of hours of time throughout the year, the landowners who allow the use of their land for the weekend and the paddlers and their support crews. The Classic has raised more than $3.3 million for medical research, the major beneficiary continues to be will be the Arrow, The Bone Marrow Transplant Foundation. The 2018 classic will be held on 27–28 October 2018.

Creeking

Creeking is a branch of canoeing and kayaking that involves descending very steep low-volume whitewater. It is usually performed in specialized canoes and kayaks specifically designed to withstand the extreme whitewater environment in which the activity occurs. In addition, the canoes and kayaks give the paddler improved performance and maneuverability needed to avoid river obstacles.

Sprint kayak

Sprint kayak is a sport held on calm water. The paddler is seated, facing forward, and uses a double-bladed paddle pulling the blade through the water on alternate sides to propel the boat forward. Kayak sprint has been in every summer olympics since it debuted at the 1936 Summer Olympics. Racing is governed by the International Canoe Federation.

The 1970 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships were held in Copenhagen, Denmark for the second time after hosting the event in 1950. This event was held under the auspices of the International Canoe Federation. Beginning at these championships, the event would be held on an annual basis in non-Summer Olympic years, a tradition that continues as of 2009.

The 2011 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was the thirty-ninth edition of the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, that took place between 17–21 August 2011 in Szeged, Hungary. The Southern Hungarian city welcomed the world event for the third time, having hosted the championship previously in 1998 and 2006. These championships were awarded initially to Vichy, France, however, the race course on the Allier proved to be inadequate to hold the competition and the French Canoe Federation withdraw from organizing the event, following that Szeged, the original host of the 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships, was moved up to 2011.

Outline of canoeing and kayaking Overview of and topical guide to canoeing and kayaking

The following outline is provided as an overview of canoeing and kayaking:

The 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held in Račice, Czech Republic, from 23 to 27 August 2017.

Canoeing South Africa

Canoeing South Africa is the governing body for the sport of canoeing and kayaking in South Africa.The body is affiliated to the International Canoe Federation (ICF) and the African Canoe Confederation.

The 2018 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships was held in Montemor-o-Velho, Portugal, from 22 to 26 August 2018.

References

  1. "Canoe Marathon". International Canoe Federation.
  2. "What is canoe marathon?". ICF. Retrieved 26 April 2014.
  3. "Canoe Marathon Results". International Canoe Federation . Retrieved 26 May 2017.