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Great Britain confirms itself as paracanoe superpower

Great Britain confirms itself as paracanoe superpower 28.8.2023

Paracanoe athletes were fighting for the paracanoe World Champion titles and Paris 2024 Paralympic Games quotas. Great Britain concluded the World Championships in Duisburg at the top position with a total seven medals, four gold and three silvers. Ukraine, Hungary, Italy, France, Spain and Poland were those European nations that also won paracanoeing medals.


MKL1 200m

1. Péter Pál Kiss HUN

2. Rémy Boullé FRA

3. Luis Cardoso da Silva BRA

MKL2 200m

1. Curtis McGrath AUS

2. Mykola Syniuk UKR

3. Federico Mancarella ITA

MKL3 200m

1. Dylan Littlehales AUS

2. Jonathan Young GBR

3. Brahim Guendouz ALG

WKL1 200m

1. Maryna Mazhula UKR

2. Katherinne Wollermann CHI

3. Brianna Hennessy CAN

 WKL2 200m

1. Charlotte Henshaw GBR

2. Emma Wiggs GBR

3. Katalin Varga HUN

WKL3 200m

1. Laura Sugar GBR

2. Nelia Barbosa FRA

3. Felicia Laberer GER

MVL1 200m

1. Benjamin Sainsbury AUS

2. David González ESP

3. Carlos Glenndel Moreira BRA

MVL2 200m

1. Fernando Rufino de Paulo BRA

2. Igor Tofalini BRA

3. Steven Haxton USA

MVL3 200m

1. Vladyslav Yepifanov UKR

2. Jack Eyers GBR

3. Curtis McGrath AUS

WVL1 200m

1. Viktoryia Pistis Shablova ITA

2. Pooja Ojha IND

3. Jocelyn Muñoz CHI

WVL2 200m

1. Emma Wiggs GBR

2. Brianna Hennessy CAN

3. Susan Seipel AUS

WVL3 200m

1. Hope Gordon GBR

2. Erica Scarf CAN

3. Mari Christina Santilli BRA