Spain finishes top of Canoeing and Kayaking World Cup medal table

Spain adds five more metals and finishes as medal table leader on world of canoe Kayak sprint who stood out in Halifax, Canada. two gold medals by Carlos Arevalo in K1 200 and of C4 500 composed by Joan Moreno, Pablo Graña, Manuel Fontán and Adrian Sieiro and an flat there and bronze of Mary Corberain C1 200 and C1 5000, same distance as Paco Cubelos also rose up to Third place of the drawer in the K1.

These metals, added to the three of the day this Saturday, with another two gold medals and one silver, confirmed that Spain finished the World Cup in the first position of the medal table with a total of four gold, two silver and two bronze medalsahead of Hungary and Poland.

The Galician soldier won the K1 200 gold medal, the second on his private account after the one made as part of the K4 500 with Craviotto, Cooper and Germade.

This is how Carlos Arévalo received his gold medal

Arévalo dominated the race from the start and finished with a time of 36.4328 hundredths faster than the Swede Petter Menning and third place was for Hungarian Kolos Cizmadia.

The C4 500 of Moreno, Graña, Fontán and Sieiro takes gold

Joan Moreno, Pablo Graña, Manuel Fontán and Adrián Sieiro won another gold medal, in the C4 500m, for the Spanish delegation at the Canoe-Kayak Sprint World Championship.

Moreno, Grana, Fountain and Sieiro, gold in C4

After a spectacular start, the Spanish paddlers arrived ahead of the Polish quartet of Kitewski, Sliwinski, Glazunow and Zezulawho took second place on the podium, and the Ukrainians Vergeles, Rybachov, Vandiuk and Mishchuk, bronze.

María Corbera wins “in extremis” silver in the C1 200m and bronze in the 5000m

Going back, that’s how it tastes the best. This is how the metal of María Corbera arrived, she finished fourth in the C1 200 event and only a hundredth has been silver in a ‘photo finish’ finish.

María Corbera snags the world silver medal by one hundredth in a “photo finish” final

The gold was taken by the American nevin harrisonthe only one to go under 50 seconds (49.87), the rower from Madrid finished 66 hundredths and only one ahead of the Chinese Wenju Lin.

Almost five hours later, she faced an endurance event, the C1 5000. The Sevillana won her second medal of the day, a bronze medal. Corbera came from behind Katie Vincent, goldthere Annika Loske, plata.

The Domínguez brothers make their debut with fourth place

The first participation of the brothers Christmas and Diego Dominguez in a World Cup final ended in a fourth place, touching the medal. In the C2 1000, they came within nearly two seconds of the Canadians Craig Spence there Bret Himmelmanbronze.

The Germans Sebastien Brendel there Tim Hecker achieved one more metal for their successful career with a first place in the test and the Chinese Hao Liu there Bowen Ji They snagged the money.

The Spanish couple formed by Atitor Gorrotxategi there pedro vazquez has been seventh one kilometer from K2. Stephanie Fernandez It’s finish Friday at the same distance from K1.

Paco Cubelos, bronze at K1 5000

Paco Cubelos closed the Canoe-Kayak World Championship with a bronze medal in the last event held, the C1 5000. That of Talavera de la Reina finished with a time of 21: 54.46 behind the Swede Joakim Lindberg, goldand German Tamas Grossmann, Plata.

With the end of this championship, it has been confirmed that Spain is one of the greatest powers in world canoeing. Eight medals: four gold, two silver and two bronze. First in the medal table ahead of Hungary with four gold medals, one silver and six bronze.

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