A third Olympic gold was born for the Hungarian delegation, after Balint Kopasz managed to win the kayak in the 1000m, with Adam Varga finishing second. Dóra Bodonyi and Danuta Kozák won bronze medals in the women’s 500m kayak, with Tamara Csipes and Erika Medveczky taking fourth place. In the women’s kayak at about 200 metres, Dóra Lucz closed in sixth.
|Balint Kopasz reached the final as the winner of the K-1 race at 1,000 metres (Photo: Istvan Mirko)|
Women’s kayaks are 200 meters away Looks Dura He reached Final A as the race winner, having been after the start in the middle and finishing sixth. New Zealander Lisa Carrington won the victory ahead of Spain’s Teresa Portela and Emma Strand Jorgensen of Denmark. ibid Anna Karas He was interested in the Final B and finished 16th overall.
Canoe pairs are located at a distance of 1000 meters Balázs Adolf, Dániel Fejes The duo finished third in the Final B and finished eleventh overall. The Cubans won the gold medal against Chinese and German ships.
one of us Balint Copasz He made it from the semi-finals to the finals as the race winner while he was in the other race Adam Farga He qualified in second place behind Pimenta in Portugal. The Portuguese made the best start in the final, but Copas was only a hair behind and advanced over 300 metres. Varga started from midfield, but came third in the middle. Meanwhile, Balent Kopasz strayed further from the Portuguese, was already driving a boat, and Varga caught Pimenta at the end, so we could celebrate a double Hungarian victory.
In the women’s doubles, the two Hungarian boats started in the semi-finals, reached the finals with a double victory, however, none of our boats started well, more precisely, the New Zealanders and the Poles exploded perfectly. , and can’t get close to the Carringtones. The Poles did, and it looked like that Danuta Cusack and Dora Bodoni He also managed to surpass them, but they became bronze medals based on the target image. Tamara Ksebes and Erica Medveczky As in the semi-finals, this time he drove from the midfield, which was enough for fourth place.
Women’s 200m single kayak (Final: 4.37)
They will start in Final B at seven, because in the first semi-final in fourth place, two competitors will have the same time in milliseconds, so there will be nine contenders in the A final. Anna Karas In the B-final 7., in total A 16. had become. Looks Dura He started on Track 4 in Final A and progressed into midfield, and VI, finished as a scorer. The victory, according to the paper form, was taken by the New Zealander Lisa Carrington.
1. Lisa Carrington (New Zealand) 38120 seconds
2 – Teresa Portela (Spain) +0.763
3. Emma Strand Jorgensen (Denmark) +0.781.00
4. Marta Walczykiewicz (Poland) +1.050
5. Linnea Stensils (Sweden) +1.167
6. DÓRA LUCZ +1.322.322
16. ANNA KÁRÁSZ
– Are you satisfied?
– There is a lot of tailwind on the track – did you take advantage of it or the other way around?
– She closes her voice during the evaluation.
Men’s Double Canoe 1000m (4.53)
the Balázs Adolf, Dániel Fejes The duo was interested in the final match. This time things went well for the boys, taking second place in the most distance behind the Russians. In their hair, unfortunately, the Czechs outnumbered them, so they were outnumbered by the third, and in total a eleventh place He did for us. The Cubans won the gold against the Chinese and Germans.
1. Cuba 3: 995 24 minutes
2. China +0.203 seconds
3. Germany +0.620.000
4. Brazil +2.608
5. Romania +4.290.40
6- Canada +5162
11. Balize Adolf, Daniel Figes
1000 meter men’s single bag (5.20)
Balint Kopasz and Adam Varga also started in the Grand Final. This also rarely appears in this sport: the first start was not good, it must be repeated. The second good, bald, started great. At 250 metres, Bald is second in number from Pimenta, while Varga leads in the fifth-stroke distance, while Varga is third. At 750, the ship’s length feature is almost bald.
Pelent Cubaz Olympic champion! And a double Hungarian success, ÁDÁM VARGA Ogyan silver medal!
1. BOPINT KOPASZ 3: 20,643 minutes
2. ÁDÁM VARGA +1,788 seconds
3. Fernando Pimenta (Portugal) +1,835
4- Jacob Schopf (Germany) 1.911
5. Josef Dostal (Czech Republic) +5.967
6. Cheng Tong (China) +7.460
Women’s Double Boot 500m (5.46)
Danuta Cusack and Dora Bodoni, And Tamara Ksebes and Erica Medveczky He also started in the A final. The field started, unfortunately, the New Zealanders started very well. Halfway, they drive a boat, and the Cossacks take the third place. The New Zealanders could not be defeated, the Poles also outperformed the Cossacks, who won bronze medals, while Csipes finished fourth.
1. New Zealand
3. DANUTA KOZÁK, DÓRA BODONYI
4. Tamara CSIPES, Erica Medvichki