At the distance of 200 m Alexander Tutaev from Russia gained the gold medal in the final race of С1. The silver medal was given to Murman Malania from Georgia. The bronze one came to Konrad Nemedi from Hungary.
The Russian Alexander Tutaev has never let anyone to overcome him in such international competitions.
In K1 U23 Women 200 m the athletes from Hungary took the gold medals at the final of the World Canoe Sprint Championships.
The strongest athletes of these race are the Hungarian Luca Homonnai— the gold medal, the Ukrainian Liudmyla Kuklinovska— the silver medal, the Russian Arina Anoshkina— bronze medal.
The competitions in canoe women at a distance 200 m finished.
In С1 among juniors Nadzeya Makarchanka from Belarus won the gold medal, Eugenie Dorange from France gained the silver medal, Bianka Nagy from Hungary took the bronze medal.
Nadzeya Makarchanka considers Belarusian achievements are logic:
— We have some interesting tendency: the first races have been marked with the gold medals taken by Belarusians today and yesterday. Junior canoeists are used to begin in a good manner. It means it should be that. Was it difficult to fight for medals at 9 a.m.? It is better to compete in the morning then in the evening. The weather is fine, it is not so hot. Besides it is right that Belarusian canoeing is on the rise at the international level. We are among leaders.
The final competitions in kayaking at 200 m distance finished. There was a unique race among singles. The places were divided between two pairs of the athletes! Such a thing happened so far ago at the water races.
The gold medal was taken by Sergei Filin from Russia, Istvan Kuli from Hungary gained the silver award, and the third with the accuracy of thousandth seconds of the same time became Jeremy Leray from France and Hakeem Leland from Norway, finished with the result of 00:37.059.
The athletes under 23 years fought for a place in the finals in their categories at the 200 m distance. Tomorrow the last medals of the Championships willfind their owners. And what will the athletes wait next? We tried to look into their professional future of the athletes.
The third day of the competitions gave the possibility for men from the 12 countries (Hungary, Belarus, Belgium, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Spain, Finland, Lithuania, Chinese Taipei, Switzerland, Italy) to participate in the final at K1 Men distance.