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1987 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

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1987 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 1987 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships were held in Duisburg, West Germany for the second time. The West German city hosted the championships previously in 1979.

The men's competition consisted of six Canadian (single paddle, open boat) and nine kayak events. Three events were held for the women, all in kayak.

This was the 21st championships in canoe sprint.

Medal summary

Men's

Canoe

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
C-1 500 m  Olaf Heukrodt (GDR)  Petr Procházka (TCH)  Attila Szabó (HUN)
C-1 1000 m  Olaf Heukrodt (GDR)  Martin Marinov (BUL)  Ivan Klementiev (URS)
C-1 10000 m  Ivan Šabjan (YUG)  Zsolt Bohács (HUN)  Takhir Kamaletdinov (URS)
C-2 500 m  Poland
Marek Łbik
Marek Dopierała
 Soviet Union
Yuriy Gurin
Valeriy Veshko
 Czechoslovakia
Petr Procházka
Alon Lochinsky
C-2 1000 m  Soviet Union
Yuriy Gurin
Valeriy Veshko
 Poland
Marek Łbik
Marek Dopierała
 East Germany
Ulrich Papke
Ingo Spelly
C-2 10000 m  Denmark
Arne Nielsson
Christian Frederiksen
 Hungary
Robert Ridig
Pál Pétervári
 United Kingdom
Andrew Train
Stephen Train

Kayak

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
K-1 500 m  Paul MacDonald (NZL)  Andreas Stähle (GDR)  Attila Szabó (TCH)
K-1 1000 m  Greg Barton (USA)  Ferenc Csipes (HUN)  Morten Ivarsen (NOR)
K-1 10000 m  Greg Barton (USA)  Attila Szabó (TCH)  Einar Rasmussen (NOR)
K-2 500 m  Hungary
Ferenc Csipes
László Fidel
 New Zealand
Ian Ferguson
Paul MacDonald
 Sweden
Per-Inge Bengtsson
Karl-Axel Sundqvist
K-2 1000 m  New Zealand
Ian Ferguson
Paul MacDonald
 France
Philippe Boccara
Pascal Boucherit
 East Germany
Thomas Gähme
Thomas Vaske
K-2 10000 m  France
Philippe Boccara
Pascal Boucherit
 Denmark
Thor Nielsen
Lars Koch
 Hungary
Ferenc Csipes
Sándor Hódosi
K-4 500 m  Soviet Union
Aleksandr Matushenko
Sergey Kirsanov
Arturas Veta
Viktor Denisov
 Poland
Robert Chwialkoksi
Kazimierz Krzyżański
Grzegorz Krawców
Wojciech Kurpiewski
 West Germany
Reiner Scholl
Thomas Pfrang
Volker Kreutzer
Thomas Reineck
K-4 1000 m  Hungary
Zsolt Gyulay
Ferenc Csipes
László Fidel
Zoltán Kovács
 Sweden
Per-Inge Bengtsson
Lars-Erik Möberg
Karl-Axel Sundqvist
Bengt Andersson
 Soviet Union
Aleksandr Matushenko
Sergey Kirsanov
Arturas Veta
Viktor Denisov
K-4 10000 m  Norway
Harald Amundsen
Arne Slettsjø
Morten Ivarsen
Arne Johan Almeland
 Hungary
Zoltán Berkes
Zoltán Böjti
László Nieberl
Kálmán Petrovics
 West Germany
Gilber Schneider
Oliver Kegel
Carsten Lömker
Thomas Reineck

Women's

Kayak

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
K-1 500 m  Birgit Schmidt-Fischer (GDR)  Izabela Dylewska (POL)  Agneta Andersson (SWE)
K-2 500 m  East Germany
Birgit Schmidt
Anke Nothnagel
 Netherlands
Annemiek Derckx
Annemarie Cox
 Bulgaria
Ogniana Petkova
Ivanka Mueriva
K-4 500 m  East Germany
Birgit Schmidt
Anke Nothnagel
Ramona Portwich
Ines Rudolph
 Hungary
Erika Géczi
Rita Kőbán
Katalin Povázsán
Éva Rakusz
 Soviet Union
Irina Salomykova
Olga Slapina
Guinara Zharafutdinova
Engole Nareviciute

Medals table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Hungary 2 5 2 9
2  East Germany 5 1 2 8
3  Soviet Union 2 1 4 7
4  Poland 1 3 0 4
5  Czechoslovakia 0 2 2 4
6  New Zealand 2 1 0 3
7  Denmark 1 1 1 3
8  Sweden 0 1 2 3
9  United States 2 0 0 2
10  France 1 1 0 2
11  Norway 1 0 1 2
12  Bulgaria 0 1 1 2
13  West Germany 0 0 2 2
14  Yugoslavia 1 0 0 1
15  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
16  United Kingdom 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

References

  • ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936-2007.
  • ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936-2007.
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