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European Canoeing Championships Munich 2022: Polish canoers win the gold medal. Two silver medals in boats

European Canoeing Championships Munich 2022: Polish canoers win the gold medal.  Two silver medals in boats

Kitewski and Śliwiński won the European Champions title, defeating competitors from the Iberian Peninsula, Anthony Segura and Alfonso Benavides. The Lithuanians won the bronze: Henrikas Zastutas and Adam Korobo.

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Posted by Polski Związek Kajakowy / Polish Boat Federation Sunday August 21 2022

The gold medal won by the Polish settler was the second most expensive disc of gold won during the Munich Championships.

After twelve minutes or so, the Polish representatives could be happy with the next medal. Katarzyna Kolodziczyk and Dominika Puto won the silver in the 200-meter kayak, losing only to the Hungarian women. The third was a German settlement.

Iskrzycka’s second medal

Justyna Iskrzycka lost just 0.266 seconds to Hungarian Noemi Pupp during the 1000m competition. Spain’s Isabel Contreras came third, more than a second behind the winner.

The Polish boat, the bronze medalist at the Tokyo Olympics, won the second medal in the regatta in Munich. On Friday, with Katarzyna Kołodziejczyk, she also took home the silver in the K2 1000 m competition.

A little earlier, at the 200-meter distance, Surwiło competed for victory in the Parakayak singles. However, he had to recognize the superiority of the Spaniard Juan Antonio Valle. Britain’s Jonathan Young won the bronze medal in the competition.

Puławska Golden Double

The afternoon session on the canoe track in Munich began with another gold medal for Poland. Puławska won it in the kayak individual competition over 500 meters. The pole was ahead almost from the start and maintained the lead until the finish, reaching Poland’s third gold medal.

Viktor Gazunov and Thomas Barniak, who started right after that, struggled for a medal to the last meter. The Spaniards won the 500-meter race by a wide margin, but right behind them almost simultaneously ran three settlements on the finish line. Poland was the fastest, and Jazunov and Barniak beat the Germans by 0.011 seconds and won another silver medal.

Dozens of minutes later, Puławska was delighted with her second gold medal. In the kayak quad competition, the Polish settlement of Karolina Naga, Anna Pollavska, Adriana Kokol and Dominika Puto, as expected, won the European Champions title.

The opponents left no illusions. In the fighting side by side with the Polish women, the Hungarian women had to recognize the superiority of the Whites and the Reds for the last hundred meters, who bypassed them almost the entire length of the boat.

After a longer break, the medal count was increased by one bronze. Rafai Rolsky stood on the third rung of the podium. He won the bronze medal in the non-Olympic K1 5000m competition in Munich, with Portuguese Fernando Pimenta winning and Spaniard Walter Buzan in second place.

In total, the Polish canoeists and parachute makers have already won fifteen medals in Munich. Two of them are the work of players with disabilities.

Author: macz, dasz
Source:, PAP

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