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List of world records in canoeing

World records in flatwater canoe (C) and kayak (K) events. The results are open to the public.[1]

Men Kayak

Distance Event Record Athletes Nationality Year Location
200m K1 33.818 s Mark de Jonge  Canada 2012 Montreal, Canada
200m K2 30.500[2] s Nebojša Grujić, Marko Novaković  Serbia 2014 Moscow, Russia
200m K4 29.023 s Gyula Kajner, Vince Fehérvári, Zoltán Pager, István Beé  Hungary 1997 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
500m K1 1:35.554 s Adam Van Koeverden  Canada 2008 Beijing, China
500m K2 1:26.873 s Raman Piatrushenka, Vadzim Makhneu  Belarus 2008 Poznań, Poland
500m K4 1:19.650 s Richard Riszdorfer, Michal Riszdorfer, Erik Vlček, Juraj Bača  Slovakia 2002 Szeged, Hungary
1000m K1 3:21.890 s Max Hoff  Germany 2015 Baku, Azerbaijan
1000m K2 3:06.792 s Markus Gross, Max Rendschmidt  Germany 2014 Branderburg, Germany
1000m K4 2:46.724[3] s Daniel Havel, Lukáš Trefil, Josef Dostál, Jan Štêrba  Czech Republic 2014 Moscow, Russia

Women Kayak

Distance Event Record Athletes Nationality Year Location
200m K1 37.898 s Lisa Carrington  New Zealand 2014 Moscow, Russia
200m K2 35.869 s Anna Kárász, Ninetta Vad  Hungary 2014 Moscow, Russia
200m K4 33.778 s Mariana Limbau, Raluca Ionita, Sanda Toma, Elena Radu  Romania 1997 Plovdiv, Bulgaria
500m K1 1:46.906 s Bridgitte Hartley  South Africa 2011 Szeged, Hungary
500m K2 1:37.071 s Yvonne Schuring, Viktoria Schwarz  Austria 2011 Szeged, Hungary
500m K4 1:28.219 s Gabriella Szabó, Danuta Kozák, Anna Kárász, Ninetta Vad  Hungary 2014 Moscow, Russia
1000m K1 3:48.560 s Teneale Hatton  New Zealand 2014 [Moscow[Russia]]
1000m K2 3:34.935 s Alesia Bakunova, Natalia Bandarenka  Belarus 2001 Sevilla, Spain
1000m K4 3:13.296 s Eszter Rasztötzski, Kinga Dékány, Krisztina Fazekas, Natasa Janics  Hungary 2003 Gainesville, USA

Men Canoe

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Distance Event Record Athletes Nationality Year Location
200m C1 38.137 s Yuriy Cheban  Ukraine 2014 Moscow, Russia
200m C2 35.350 s Alexey Korovashkov, Ivan Shtyl  Russia 2014 Moscow, Russia
200m C4 32.753 s Robert Vinturis, Ionel Averian, Ciucu, Mardale  Romania 1997 Duisburg, Germany
500m C1 1:45.269 s Isaquias Queiroz  Brazil 2014 Moscow, Russia
500m C2 1:35.270 s Alexey Korovashkov, Ivan Shtyl  Russia 2014 Moscow, Russia
500m C4 1:29.956 s Sándor Malomsoki, György Kozmann, Béla Belicza, Gábor Ivan  Hungary 2002 Szeged, Hungary
1000m C1 03:44.578  s Sebastian Brendel  Germany 2014 Moscow, Russia
1000m C2 3:28.340 s Liviu Alexandru Dumitrescu Lazar, Victor Mihalachi  Romania 2014 Moscow, Russia
1000m C4 3:10.701 Ilya Pervukhin, Viktor Melantyev, Kirill Shamshurin, Rasul Ishmukhamedov  Russia 2014 Moscow, Russia

References

  1. ^ World Records since 1975
  2. ^ 2014 World Championships, Moscow, Russia
  3. ^ 2014 World Championships, Moscow, Russia
  4. ^ Glenday, Craig: Guinness World Records 2008: Random House Digital, Inc.: 2008-04-29: p509: ISBN 0553589954: ISBN 9780553589955
  • Ten World Best Times 2010.pdf
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  • [2]
  • [3]
  • Results in Belgrade 2011, with WR in K-1 and K-4 1000 m
  • [4]
  • http://www.canoeicf.com/icf/Aboutoursport/Canoe-Sprint/Results--Records.html
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