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Hungary Impress on home water
Home support paid dividends as Hungary dominate the action at the 2013 ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup opener in the National Olympic Watersports Centre in Szeged, 10th - 12th May .
True to form, Hungary proved they are the top nation in the world of sprint canoeing bagging six gold, eight silver and four bronze medals in front of a partisan home crowd.
K1 Women 200m Olympic Gold medalist, Lisa Carrington (NZL) continued to dominate in her favoured distance overcoming Karolina Naja (POL) in a close final.
This was the first ICF world event since the London 2012 Olympic Games, and as such it provided a good gauge of athletes condition after their winter break.
Next the athletes travel to Raèice, Czech Republic to compete in the second of this seasons three ICF Sprint World Cup events, 17th-19th May.
More in-depth reports available at http://canoeicf.com
1. Lisa Carrington, New Zealand, 40.475
2. Karolina Naja, Poland, 40.4.99
3. Natalia Podolskaya, Russia, 41.531
1. Dalma Ruzicic-Benedek, Serbia, 1:58.215
2. Katrin Wagner Augustin, Germany, 1:58.515
3. Danuta Kozak, Hungary, 1.58.545
1. Franziska Weber, Germany, 4:07.016
2. Edyta Dzieniszewska, Poland, 4:08.510
3. Katrin Wagner Augustin, Germany, 4:08.612
1. Louisa Sawers, Britain, 22:32.264
2. Teneale Hatton, New Zealand, 22:32.924
3. Renata Csay, Hungary, 22:33.116
1. Nikolina Moldovan-Olivera Moldovan, Serbia, 38.706
2. Natalia Proskurina-Anastasia Lavorova, Russia, 39.078
3. Joana Vasconcelos-Teresa Portela, Portugal, 39.324
1. Ninetta Vad-Anna Karasz, Hungary, 1:46.563
2. Vera Sobotova-Natalia Podolskaya, Russia, 1:46.827
3. Beata Mikolajczyk-Aneta Konieczna, Poland, 1:47.979
1. Reka Hagymasi-Alexandra Eniko Horvath, Hungary, 3:53.958
2. Petra Szabo-Nora Szilvasy, Hungary, 3:54.132
3. Margaret Hogan-Kaitlin Mcelroy, United States, 3:54.966
1. Magdelena Krukowska- Karolina Naja- Beata Mikolajcsyk- Edyta Dzieniszewska, Poland, 1:32.02;
2. Gabriella Szabo- Danuta Kozak- Katalin Kovacs- Krisztina Fazekas, Hungary, 1:32.986;
3. Volha Khudzenka- Dadzeya Papok- Marhayta Tsishkevich- Aleksandra Grishina, Belarus, 1:34.810.
1. Stanilya Stamenova, Bulgaria, 49.941
2. Kincso Takacs, Hungary, 50.823
3. Maria Kazakova, Russia, 50.97
1. Kincso Takacs-Zsanett Lakatos, Hungary, 2:06.779
2. Anastasia Ganina-Natalia Marasanova, Russia, 2:09.305
3. Mia Friend-Anggie Avegno, Ecuador, 2:13.313
Courtois Straight Through to the Semis
12. December 98
– Pauline Courtois leads after first day