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Irish crews had a good first day at the Fisa World Coastal Rowing Championships in Bari in Italy. John Keohane, who is defending his crown in the men’s single, qualified through the heats for tomorrow’s A Final, as did Monika Dukarska and Sheila Clavin in the women’s single. The men’s coxed quadruple from Kilmacsimon saw their hopes disappear in an instant when their bowman broke an oar in their heat. They came home down the field with just three men rowing, but went on to win their C Final last evening.

Fisa World Coastal Rowing Championships, Bari, Italy Day One

Men

Quadruple, coxed – Heat Two (1-8 to A Final; 9-16 to B Final; rest to C Final): 1 Bayer Leverkusen, Germany 20:55.60; 18 Kilmacsimon (S Bennett, S O’Neill, K O’Dwyer, E O’Neill; K O’Leany) 27:56.60.  C Final: 1 Kilmacsimon 26:03.50.

Double – Heat Two (1-6 to A Final, 7-12 to B Final; 13-18 to C Final; rest to D Final): 1 Elpis Genova, Italy 21:45.80; 14 Kilmacsimon (D O’Donovan, R Farrissey) 30:48.00. C Final: 6 Kilmacsimon 31:30.70.

Single – Heats (1-8 To A Final; 9-16 to B Final; rest to C Final) – Heat One: 1 Trieste, Italy (S Martini); 11 Arklow (E Kavanagh). Heat Two: 1 Cus Pavia, Italy 24:34.90; 6 Kilmacsimon (J Keohane) 25:24.60.

Women

Double – Heats (1-6 to A Final; rest to B Final) – Heat One: 1 Aviron Hennebont, France 26:23.50; 8 Arklow (D Maghery, Y Jordan) 34:04.30. Heat Two: 1 Aviron Grenoblois, France 26:47.10; 8 Kilmacsimon (H O’Neill, L O’Neill) 38:15.20.

Single – Heats (1-6 to A Final; rest to B Final) – Heat One: 1 Murcarolo, Italy 30:20.60; 3 St Michael’s (S Clavin) 33:12.50, 8 Arklow (J Ni Ghormain) 39:02.00. Heat Two: 1 Societe Nautique D’Avignon 29:19.90, 2 Killorglin (M Dukarska) 30:38.90; 8 Arklow (J Lee) 42.01.80.

Published in Rowing

Neither of Ireland’s women’s K1 paddlers made it through to the semi-final of the Canoe Slalom World Championships in Bratislava today.

Aisling Conlon finished 61st and Hannah Craig – who was given a 50-second penalty for missing gate nine on both of her runs -  ended in 66th. Only the top 30 progress. Ireland can not now qualify a boat in women’s events for the Olympics at this championships.

Canoe Slalom World Championships, Bratislava, Slovakia (Irish interest)

Women

K1 – Heats (top 30 to Semi-Final): 1 Spain (M Chourraut) 96.14 seconds; 61 A Conlon 120.39 (24.25 behind); 66 H Craig 158.15 (62.01 behind)

Published in Canoeing

Organisers at the Canoe Slalom World Championships in Bratislava today cancelled racing for a second day due to weather concerns. The new schedule (printed IN FULL below) sites both the women’s and men’s K1 heats tomorrow (Friday). Ireland’s Hannah Craig and Aisling Conlon will compete in the morning, while Eoin Rheinisch, Ciaran Heurteau and Patrick Hynes have heats in the afternoon.

2011 ICF CANOE SLALOM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
Official Revised Programme
Friday
9th September 2011
9.00 Forerunners
9.30 Heats 1st Run- C2M, K1W
11.40 Heats 2nd Run- C2M, K1W
14.55 Forerunners
15.05 Heats 1st Run- K1M
17.05 Heats 2nd Run- K1M
20.00 Olympic Celebrations (City Centre)
Saturday
10th September 2011
8.00 Full Run Demos
9.20 Forerunners
9.30 Semi-Finals - C2M
10.15 Semi-Finals - K1W
12.05 Finals - C2M
12.35 Finals - K1W
13.20 Medal Ceremonies - C2M, K1W
14.50 Forerunners
15.00 Heats 1st Run- C1M, C1W
16.51 Heats 2nd Run- C1M, C1W
20.00 Flowers Ceremony - C2M, K1W (City Centre)
Sunday
11th September 2011
8.30 Forerunners
9.00 Semi-Finals - K1M
10.25 Semi-Finals - C1M
12.05 Finals - K1M
12.35 Finals - C1M
13.05 Semi-Finals - C1W
14.05 Medal Ceremonies - K1M, C1M
15.00 Finals - C1W
15.40 Forerunners
15.50 Team Finals - C2M, K1W, K1M, C1W, C1M
20.00 Flowers Ceremony - K1M, C1M (City Centre)
Medal Ceremony - C1W (City Centre)
Teams Medals Giving Ceremony (City Centre)
Closing Ceremony (City Centre)
21.00 After Party (City Centre)
www.canoeslalom2011.com
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda HEATS 09 Sep 2011 Start Time: 15:05
KAYAK (K1) MEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. ICF
Rank
Start Time
1st Run
Start Time
2nd Run Total
1 110 MUKUNDI Titus KEN 15:05:00 17:05:00
2 109 PEIKER Tarmo EST 15:06:00 17:06:00
3 108 IRVES Taavi EST 15:07:00 17:07:00
4 107 GERMAY Antoine BEL 15:08:00 17:08:00
5 106 ATMANAVICIUS Mantas LTU 175 15:09:00 17:09:00
6 105 TEMIRZHANOV Roman KAZ 15:10:00 17:10:00
7 104 PETRAUSKAS Edvinas LTU 15:11:00 17:11:00
8 103 IVANKOVIC Stefan BIH 15:12:00 17:12:00
9 102 KIM Hyun Soo KOR 412 15:13:00 17:13:00
10 101 NELSON Mauro ARG 404 15:14:00 17:14:00
11 100 PAULSEN Lars NOR 387 15:15:00 17:15:00
12 99 MAZEIKIS Simantas LTU 379 15:16:00 17:16:00
13 98 GANCEDO Facundo ARG 375 15:17:00 17:17:00
14 97 LAIDINS Marcis LAT 357 15:18:00 17:18:00
15 96 CESPEDES Arnaldo CRC 348 15:19:00 17:19:00
16 95 OLIVEIRA Anderson BRA 330 15:20:00 17:20:00
17 94 ROUICH Mehdi MAR 311 15:21:00 17:21:00
18 93 MACHADO Joao BRA 309 15:22:00 17:22:00
19 92 YOON Young Jung KOR 271 15:23:00 17:23:00
20 91 MILLAND Hector VEN 267 15:24:00 17:24:00
21 90 POLAT Ugur TUR 265 15:25:00 17:25:00
22 89 MYAGKIY Ivan UZB 257 15:26:00 17:26:00
23 88 CORDERO Matias ARG 242 15:27:00 17:27:00
24 87 PAVLOVIC Predrag SRB 241 15:28:00 17:28:00
25 86 STANOVSKY Miroslav LAT 219 15:29:00 17:29:00
26 85 MAHLABA Katleho RSA 199 15:30:00 17:30:00
27 84 GASSOU Komlangan TOG 197 15:31:00 17:31:00
28 83 ASEFIRAD Alireza IRI 196 15:32:00 17:32:00
29 82 TARKKA Teijo FIN 195 15:33:00 17:33:00
30 81 ACAR Anil TUR 194 15:34:00 17:34:00
31 80 STOILJKOVIC Dusan SRB 188 15:35:00 17:35:00
32 79 VOLKOV Pyotr KAZ 184 15:36:00 17:36:00
33 78 MYAGKIY Yuriy UZB 183 15:37:00 17:37:00
34 77 SAVIC Darko BIH 181 15:38:00 17:38:00
35 76 BUKARA Filip SRB 176 15:39:00 17:39:00
36 75 HYNES Patrick IRL 173 15:40:00 17:40:00
37 74 WAHLEN Fredrik SWE 169 15:41:00 17:41:00
38 73 KANAYA Tohru JPN 166 15:42:00 17:42:00
39 72 KARAMARKO Filip CRO 164 15:43:00 17:43:00
40 71 MORTBERG Tommy SWE 160 15:44:00 17:44:00
41 70 CELMINS Ritvars LAT 153 15:45:00 17:45:00
42 69 KRIESINGER Ingo BEL 152 15:46:00 17:46:00
43 68 KREMSLEHNER Christopher AUT 148 15:47:00 17:47:00
44 67 LIUTAROVICH Dzmitry BLR 145 15:48:00 17:48:00
45 66 DAOUST-CISSE Babacar SEN 142 15:49:00 17:49:00
46 65 HALAVINSKI Dzmitry BLR 141 15:50:00 17:50:00
47 64 DA SILVA Pedro BRA 138 15:51:00 17:51:00
48 63 YOSHIDA Taku JPN 132 15:52:00 17:52:00
49 62 MRKOCI Marko CRO 127 15:53:00 17:53:00
50 61 AKINYEMI Johnathan NGR 123 15:54:00 17:54:00
51 60 SILVA Ivan POR 122 15:55:00 17:55:00
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda HEATS 09 Sep 2011 Start Time: 15:05
KAYAK (K1) MEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. ICF
Rank
Start Time
1st Run
Start Time
2nd Run Total
52 59 OHRSTROM Isak SWE 121 15:56:00 17:56:00
53 58 WESSELINK Bas NED 120 15:57:00 17:57:00
54 57 TSVET Igor UKR 119 15:58:00 17:58:00
55 56 KALTSIS Marios GRE 118 15:59:00 17:59:00
56 55 HERMANS Maarten NED 117 16:00:00 18:00:00
57 54 JANCEK Lubomir SVK 116 16:01:00 18:01:00
58 53 TAN Ya CHN 113 16:02:00 18:02:00
59 52 HUSSLEIN Hermann THA 104 16:03:00 18:03:00
60 51 MERRITT Jaxon AUS 96 16:04:00 18:04:00
61 50 NIKOLOVSKI Atanas MKD 86 16:05:00 18:05:00
62 49 BRUS Simon SLO 85 16:06:00 18:06:00
63 48 XIAN Jinbin CHN 84 16:07:00 18:07:00
64 47 HUANG Cunguang CHN 82 16:08:00 18:08:00
65 46 MANNING-HUNTER Paul CAN 80 16:09:00 18:09:00
66 45 OSBORNE Aaron NZL 79 16:10:00 18:10:00
67 44 ROOZENBURG Johann NZL 78 16:11:00 18:11:00
68 43 EYGEL Pavel RUS 75 16:12:00 18:12:00
69 42 POTOCNY Marcel SVK 71 16:13:00 18:13:00
70 41 BOUKPETI Benjamin TOG 68 16:14:00 18:14:00
71 40 HEURTEAU Ciaran IRL 59 16:15:00 18:15:00
72 39 YAZAWA Kazuki JPN 56 16:16:00 18:16:00
73 38 RAIBA Omar ITA 55 16:17:00 18:17:00
74 37 DAWSON Michael NZL 54 16:18:00 18:18:00
75 36 MULIC Dinko CRO 52 16:19:00 18:19:00
76 35 DOBY Mathieu BEL 49 16:20:00 18:20:00
77 34 RHEINISCH Eoin IRL 48 16:21:00 18:21:00
78 33 HEYL Brett USA 46 16:22:00 18:22:00
79 32 BOUTEN Robert NED 45 16:23:00 18:23:00
80 31 PARSONS Scott USA 43 16:24:00 18:24:00
81 30 HOUNSLOW Richard GBR 42 16:25:00 18:25:00
82 29 DRAPER Warwick AUS 41 16:26:00 18:26:00
83 28 HALCIN Martin SVK 40 16:27:00 18:27:00
84 27 DE GENNARO Giovanni ITA 38 16:28:00 18:28:00
85 26 HASTINGS John CAN 36 16:29:00 18:29:00
86 25 FORD David CAN 34 16:30:00 18:30:00
87 24 JUANMARTI Carles ESP 33 16:31:00 18:31:00
88 23 NATMESSNIG Herwig AUT 32 16:32:00 18:32:00
89 22 SWETNAM Huw GBR 29 16:33:00 18:33:00
90 21 OBLINGER Helmut AUT 26 16:34:00 18:34:00
91 20 POLACZYK Mateusz POL 25 16:35:00 18:35:00
92 19 MANN Scott USA 23 16:36:00 18:36:00
93 18 COLOBER Vivien FRA 22 16:37:00 18:37:00
94 17 FORSYTHE William AUS 20 16:38:00 18:38:00
95 16 CRESPO Joan ESP 19 16:39:00 18:39:00
96 15 PRSKAVEC Jiri CZE 17 16:40:00 18:40:00
97 14 LEFEVRE Fabien FRA 16 16:41:00 18:41:00
98 13 WALSH Campbell GBR 14 16:42:00 18:42:00
99 12 SCHUBERT Sebastian GER 13 16:43:00 18:43:00
100 11 GRIMM Alexander GER 12 16:44:00 18:44:00
101 10 POPIELA Dariusz POL 10 16:45:00 18:45:00
102 9 MEGLIC Jure SLO 9 16:46:00 18:46:00
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda HEATS 09 Sep 2011 Start Time: 15:05
KAYAK (K1) MEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. ICF
Rank
Start Time
1st Run
Start Time
2nd Run Total
103 8 KURT Michael SUI 8 16:47:00 18:47:00
104 7 AIGNER Hannes GER 7 16:48:00 18:48:00
105 6 NEVEU Boris FRA 6 16:49:00 18:49:00
106 5 HILGERT Lubos CZE 5 16:50:00 18:50:00
107 4 HERNANZ Samuel ESP 4 16:51:00 18:51:00
108 3 HRADILEK Vavrinec CZE 3 16:52:00 18:52:00
109 2 KAUZER Peter SLO 2 16:53:00 18:53:00
110 1 MOLMENTI Daniele ITA 1 16:54:00 18:54:00
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda HEATS 09 Sep 2011 Start Time: 10:19
KAYAK (K1) WOMEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. ICF
Rank
Start Time
1st Run
Start Time
2nd Run Total
1 71 PETROVIC Kristina SRB 10:19:00 12:29:00
2 70 SATILA Ana BRA 183 10:20:00 12:30:00
3 69 SAMLAL Jihane MAR 180 10:21:00 12:31:00
4 68 GARCIA Montserrat AND 168 10:22:00 12:32:00
5 67 MIREMBE Prossy UGA 159 10:23:00 12:33:00
6 66 CASSINI Maria Sol ARG 157 10:24:00 12:34:00
7 65 DE PAULA Poliana BRA 149 10:25:00 12:35:00
8 64 BARANAUSKAITE Erika LTU 129 10:26:00 12:36:00
9 63 DERKS Dian NED 124 10:27:00 12:37:00
10 62 KVANLI Michelle USA 118 10:28:00 12:38:00
11 61 POLEZHAEVA Svetlana KAZ 114 10:29:00 12:39:00
12 60 SAETHER Mariann NOR 112 10:30:00 12:40:00
13 59 CONLON Aisling IRL 105 10:31:00 12:41:00
14 58 US Olena UKR 101 10:32:00 12:42:00
15 57 NICHOLAS Ella COK 100 10:33:00 12:43:00
16 56 NOSAL Agnieszka POL 95 10:34:00 12:44:00
17 55 WHITEHEAD Nikki NZL 94 10:35:00 12:45:00
18 54 LEENDERS Claudia NED 93 10:36:00 12:46:00
19 53 KAIFUCHI Moe JPN 91 10:37:00 12:47:00
20 52 ISMAILOVA Sevinch BLR 85 10:38:00 12:48:00
21 51 LUKICHEVA Yekaterina KAZ 84 10:39:00 12:49:00
22 50 FROEHLICH Thea CAN 83 10:40:00 12:50:00
23 49 CHABBEY Elise SUI 78 10:41:00 12:51:00
24 48 JULL Louise NZL 77 10:42:00 12:52:00
25 47 MEDON POLACZYK Joanna POL 76 10:43:00 12:53:00
26 46 US Viktoriya UKR 73 10:44:00 12:54:00
27 45 PRENDIN Angela ITA 71 10:45:00 12:55:00
28 44 BOUDENS Sarah CAN 67 10:46:00 12:56:00
29 43 TAKESHITA Yuriko JPN 63 10:47:00 12:57:00
30 42 NEE Ashley USA 59 10:48:00 12:58:00
31 41 FEREKIDOU Maria GRE 57 10:49:00 12:59:00
32 40 OTANO Jone ESP 56 10:50:00 13:00:00
33 39 YAZAWA Aki JPN 55 10:51:00 13:01:00
34 38 LI Lu CHN 53 10:52:00 13:02:00
35 37 PEROVA Ekaterina RUS 52 10:53:00 13:03:00
36 36 GROENEVELD Jessica CAN 51 10:54:00 13:04:00
37 35 JONES Luuka NZL 50 10:55:00 13:05:00
38 34 QUEEN Caroline USA 49 10:56:00 13:06:00
39 33 GIAI PRON Clara ITA 46 10:57:00 13:07:00
40 32 NEWMAN Nouria FRA 45 10:58:00 13:08:00
41 31 MARTINEZ Marta ESP 44 10:59:00 13:09:00
42 30 CRAIG Hannah IRL 43 11:00:00 13:10:00
43 29 WOLFFHARDT Viktoria AUT 41 11:01:00 13:11:00
44 28 ZOU Yingying CHN 39 11:02:00 13:12:00
45 27 PACIERPNIK Natalia POL 38 11:03:00 13:13:00
46 26 PEROVA Aleksandra RUS 37 11:04:00 13:14:00
47 25 LI Jingjing CHN 33 11:05:00 13:15:00
48 24 MOZETIC Nina SLO 31 11:06:00 13:16:00
49 23 GRANT Sarah AUS 30 11:07:00 13:17:00
50 22 LOIR Caroline FRA 28 11:08:00 13:18:00
51 21 KHARITONOVA Marta RUS 27 11:09:00 13:19:00
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda HEATS 09 Sep 2011 Start Time: 10:19
KAYAK (K1) WOMEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. ICF
Rank
Start Time
1st Run
Start Time
2nd Run Total
52 20 FER Emilie FRA 24 11:10:00 13:20:00
53 19 BLAKEMAN Laura GBR 22 11:11:00 13:21:00
54 18 TERCELJ Eva SLO 20 11:12:00 13:22:00
55 17 FOX Jessica AUS 19 11:13:00 13:23:00
56 16 LAWRENCE Rosalyn AUS 16 11:14:00 13:24:00
57 15 KRAGELJ Ursa SLO 15 11:15:00 13:25:00
58 14 BAER Claudia GER 14 11:16:00 13:26:00
59 13 PAVELKOVA Irena CZE 13 11:17:00 13:27:00
60 12 HILGERTOVA Stepanka CZE 12 11:18:00 13:28:00
61 11 OBLINGER-PETERS Violetta AUT 11 11:19:00 13:29:00
62 10 NEAVE Elizabeth GBR 10 11:20:00 13:30:00
63 9 KUDEJOVA Katerina CZE 9 11:21:00 13:31:00
64 8 KALISKA Elena SVK 8 11:22:00 13:32:00
65 7 PENNIE Fiona GBR 7 11:23:00 13:33:00
66 6 MANN Dana SVK 6 11:24:00 13:34:00
67 5 KUHNLE Corinna AUT 5 11:25:00 13:35:00
68 4 SCHORNBERG Jasmin GER 4 11:26:00 13:36:00
69 3 PFEIFER Melanie GER 3 11:27:00 13:37:00
70 2 CHOURRAUT Maialen ESP 2 11:28:00 13:38:00
71 1 DUKATOVA Jana SVK 1 11:29:00 13:39:00
2011 ICF Canoe Slalom World Championships
Bratislava
Slovakia
07.09. - 11.09.11
START LIST
Areál Divoká voda FINAL 11 Sep 2011 Start Time: 16:54
KAYAK (K1) MEN
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Start
Order
Bib
No. Name Ctry. Start Time Total
1 23 VENEZUELA VEN 16:54:00
23A MILLAND Hector 23B SILVA Jose 23C GUDINO Argenis
2 22 ARGENTINA ARG 16:56:00
22A CORDERO Matias 22B GANCEDO Facundo 22C NELSON Mauro
3 21 BRAZIL BRA 16:58:00
21A DA SILVA Pedro 21B OLIVEIRA Anderson 21C MACHADO Joao
4 20 LATVIA LAT 17:00:00
20A STANOVSKY Miroslav 20B CELMINS Ritvars 20C LAIDINS Marcis
5 19 SWEDEN SWE 17:02:00
19A OHRSTROM Isak 19B MORTBERG Tommy 19C WAHLEN Fredrik
6 18 BELGIUM BEL 17:04:00
18A DOBY Mathieu 18B GERMAY Antoine 18C KRIESINGER Ingo
7 17 NETHERLANDS NED 17:06:00
17A BOUTEN Robert 17B HERMANS Maarten 17C WESSELINK Bas
8 16 IRELAND IRL 17:08:00
16A RHEINISCH Eoin 16B HEURTEAU Ciaran 16C HYNES Patrick
9 15 CHINA CHN 17:10:00
15A XIAN Jinbin 15B HUANG Cunguang 15C TAN Ya
10 14 JAPAN JPN 17:12:00
14A YAZAWA Kazuki 14B KANAYA Tohru 14C YOSHIDA Taku
11 13 NEW ZEALAND NZL 17:14:00
13A DAWSON Michael 13B ROOZENBURG Johann 13C OSBORNE Aaron
12 12 AUSTRIA AUT 17:16:00
12A OBLINGER Helmut 12B NATMESSNIG Herwig 12C KREMSLEHNER Christopher
13 11 CANADA CAN 17:18:00
11A FORD David 11B HASTINGS John 11C MANNING-HUNTER Paul
14 10 SLOVAKIA SVK 17:20:00
10A HALCIN Martin 10B POTOCNY Marcel 10C JANCEK Lubomir
15 9 USA USA 17:22:00
9A HEYL Brett 9B MANN Scott 9C PARSONS Scott
16 8 AUSTRALIA AUS 17:24:00
8A FORSYTHE William 8B DRAPER Warwick 8C MERRITT Jaxon
17 7 GREAT BRITAIN GBR 17:26:00
7A WALSH Campbell 7B HOUNSLOW Richard 7C SWETNAM Huw
18 6 ITALY ITA 17:28:00
6A DE GENNARO Giovanni 6B MOLMENTI Daniele 6C RAIBA Omar
19 5 SPAIN ESP 17:30:00
5A JUANMARTI Carles 5B CRESPO Joan 5C HERNANZ Samuel
20 4 SLOVENIA SLO 17:32:00
4A KAUZER Peter 4B MEGLIC Jure 4C BRUS Simon
21 3 GERMANY GER 17:34:00
3A SCHUBERT Sebastian 3B AIGNER Hannes 3C GRIMM Alexander
22 2 FRANCE FRA 17:36:00
2A NEVEU Boris 2B COLOBER Vivien 2C LEFEVRE Fabien
23 1 CZECH CZE 17:38:00
1A HILGERT Lubos 1B HRADILEK Vavrinec 1C PRSKAVEC Jiri

Published in Canoeing
The first day’s action at the Canoe Slalom World Championships in Bratislava in Slovakia was cancelled yesterday evening. Aisling Conlon and Hannah Craig had done their first runs in the women’s K1 but the organisers voided the results and cancelled the scheduled second run because of high winds.
Published in Canoeing

Ireland had two A Finalists at the World Rowing Championships in Bled in Slovenia this morning. The men’s lightweight quadruple scull of Niall Kenny, Michael Maher, Justin Ryan and Mark O’Donovan finished fourth, with Denmark pipping them for the bronze medal  The Adaptive coxed four were one place further back. Even in a much stronger event this year, Anne-Marie McDaid, Sarah Caffrey, Shane Ryan and Kevin du Toit and cox Helen Arbuthnot matched their performance of last year in placing fifth in the world in the Legs, Trunk and Arms mixed coxed four.

The programme for the day was brought forward because of forecast bad weather.

World Rowing Championships, Bled, Slovenia – Day Eight (Selected Results; Afloat)

Men

Four – A Final: 1 Britain 5:55.18, 2 Greece 5:57.20, 3 Australia 5:58.44.

Lightweight Eight – A Final: 1 Australia 5:44.57, 2 Italy 5:44.73, 3 Denmark 5:46.75.

Lightweight Quadruple Scull – A Final: 1 Italy 6:00.95, 2 Germany 6:01.08, 3 Denmark 6:02.81; 4 Ireland (N Kenny, M Maher, J Ryan, M O’Donovan) 6:03.84, 5 United States 6:09.40, 6 Hungary 6:20.07.

Lightweight Double Sculls – A Final: 1 Britain 6:18.67, 2 New Zealand 6:19.01, 3 Italy 6:21.33.

Women

Lightweight Double Sculls – A Final: 1 Greece 6:59.80, 2 Canada 7:03.46, 3 Britain 7:04.33.

Single Sculls – A Final: 1 Czech Republic (M Knapkova) 7:26.64, 2 Belarus (E Karsten) 7:28.68, 3 New Zealand (E Twigg) 7:30.68.

Adaptive

Legs, Trunk and Arms mixed coxed Four (1,000m) – A Final: 1 Britain 3:27.10, 2 Canada 3:31.84, 3 Germany 3:33.27; 4 France 3:37.17, 5 Ireland (A-M McDaid, S Caffrey, S Ryan, K du Toit; cox: H Arbuthnot) 3:38.13, 6 United States 3:38.16.

 

Published in Rowing

Ireland’s Siobhan McCrohan and Claire Lambe just pipped France in a photo finish for fifth in the C Final of the lightweight women’s double scull at the World Rowing Championships in Bled in Slovenia. The original results gave the two crews as joint fifth (17th overall), but the official verdict eventually gave fifth place to Ireland and sixth to France.

Sweden and Belarus were locked together in first and second for much of the race and finished in this order. Ireland, Poland, Spain and France were in the following group. Poland finished well to take third and Spain took fourth. Ireland and France crossed the line together in the same time of seven minutes 10.56 seconds. 

World Rowing Championships, Bled, Slovenia – Day Seven (Selected Results)

Men

Pair – A Final: 1 New Zealand 6:14.77, 2 Britain 6:16.27, 3 Italy 6:21.33.

Quadruple Sculls – A Final: 1 Australia 5:39.31, 2 Germany 5:39.56, 3 Croatia 5:42.82.

Single Sculls – A Final: 1 New Zealand (M Drysdale) 6:39.56, 2 Czech Republic (O Synek) 6:40.05, 3 Britain (A Campbell) 6:44.86.

Women

Four – A Final: 1 United States 6:30.30, 2 Australia 6:31.18, 3 Netherlands 6:34.06.

Lightweight Quadruple Scull – A Final: 1 Britain 6:28.14, 2 China 6:30.41, 3 United States 6:33.91.

Double Scull – A Final: 1 Britain 6:44.73, 2 Australia 6:45.98, 3 New Zealand 6:46.74. B Final (Places 7 to 12; first two boats qualify for Olympic Games 2012): 1 Germany 6:57.43, 2 China 6:58.41, 3 United States 6:59.83, 4 Finland 7:04.51, 5 Serbia 7:05.75, 6 Ireland (L Dilleen, S Puspure) 7:13.92.

Lightweight Double Scull – C Final (Places 13 to 18): 1 Sweden 7:03.67, 2 Belarus 7:05.20, 3 Poland 7:07.97, 4 Spain 7:08.53, 5= Ireland 7:10.56, France 7:10.56. 

Adaptive

Legs, Trunk and Arms Mixed coxed Four – A/B Semi-Final (First Three to A/B Semi-Final; rest to B Final): 1 Germany 3:30.78, 2 Ireland (A-M McDaid, S Caffrey, S Ryan, K du Toit; cox: H Arbuthnot) 3:32.63, 3 United States 3:32.98; 4 China 3:35.66, 5 Italy 3:41.51, 6 Russia 3:45.79.

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Lisa Dilleen and Sanita Puspure finished sixth in the B Final of the double scull at the World Rowing Championships in Bled in Slovenia this morning, missing out on a chance to qualify the boat for the Olympic Games next year.

Only the top two boats (places seven and eight overall) were guaranteed a place at London 2012. Germany won the race by leading virtually all the way and China took the second qualification spot by taking out the United States in the second 1,000 metres. Ireland were in touch at 500 metres but could not keep contact with the head of the field.

 In the most dramatic race of the day, Germany lost the men's quadruple sculls gold to Australia virtually on the line when Lauritz Schoof missed a stroke as the Germans were leading. Britain won their first gold in an Olympic event through Anna Watkins and Katherine Grainger in the women's double, but New Zealand took the men's pair, leaving Britain in second, and the men's single scull, where Mahe Drysdale regained his crown. Coleraine's Alan Campbell took bronze.

World Rowing Championships, Bled, Slovenia – Day Seven (Selected Results)

Men

Pair – A Final: 1 New Zealand 6:14.77, 2 Britain 6:16.27, 3 Italy 6:21.33.

Quadruple Sculls – A Final: 1 Australia 5:39.31, 2 Germany 5:39.56, 3 Croatia 5:42.82.

Single Sculls – A Final: 1 New Zealand (M Drysdale) 6:39.56, 2 Czech Republic (O Synek) 6:40.05, 3 Britain (A Campbell) 6:44.86.

Women

Four – A Final: 1 United States 6:30.30, 2 Australia 6:31.18, 3 Netherlands 6:34.06.

Lightweight Quadruple Scull – A Final: 1 Britain 6:28.14, 2 China 6:30.41, 3 United States 6:33.91.

Double Scull – A Final: 1 Britain 6:44.73, 2 Australia 6:45.98, 3 New Zealand 6:46.74. B Final (Places 7 to 12; first two boats qualify for Olympic Games 2012): 1 Germany 6:57.43, 2 China 6:58.41, 3 United States 6:59.83, 4 Finland 7:04.51, 5 Serbia 7:05.75, 6 Ireland (L Dilleen, S Puspure) 7:13.92.

Adaptive

Legs, Trunk and Arms Mixed coxed Four – A/B Semi-Final (First Three to A/B Semi-Final; rest to B Final): 1 Germany 3:30.78, 2 Ireland (A-M McDaid, S Caffrey, S Ryan, K du Toit; cox: H Arbuthnot) 3:32.63, 3 United States 3:32.98; 4 China 3:35.66, 5 Italy 3:41.51, 6 Russia 3:45.79.


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Ireland’s Siobhan McCrohan and Claire Lambe finished third in their repechage of the lightweight women’s double scull at the World Rowing Championships in Bled in Slovenia today, missing out on a place in the A/B semi-finals by one place. Australia won the race and Belgium held off Ireland’s challenge for the second qualification place.

The Ireland crew will compete in the C/D semi-finals. Their aim of reaching the top eight, and qualifying the boat for the Olympic Games at this event, has now gone as the best position they can now record is 13th.

Ireland’s Sarah Dolan won her C/D Semi-Final by 8.5 seconds to qualify for the C Final (places 13 to 17) of the lightweight single scull. Carla Mendes of Portugal also qualified, but Slovakia’s Barbora Sagova missed out in the three-boat race.

World Rowing Championships, Bled, Slovenia – Day Four (Irish interest)

Men

Lightweight Quadruple Scull – Repechage (First Four to A Final; rest to B Final): 1 Ireland (N Kenny, M Maher, J Ryan, M O’Donovan) 5:59.00, 2 Denmark 6:01.10, 3 United States 6:02.14, 4 Hungary 6:09.47; 5 Armenia 6:49.97.

Women

Lightweight Double Scull – Repechage Three (First Two to A/B Semi-Finals; rest to C/D Semi-Finals): 1 Australia (A McNamara, H Every-Hall) 7:06.17, 2 Belgium (J Hammond, E Geentjens) 7:10.37; 3 Ireland (S McCrohan, C Lambe) 7:14.62, 4 Belarus 7:14.97, 5 France 7:19.04.

Lightweight Single Scull – C/D Semi-Finals (First Two to C Final; rest to D Final): Ireland (S Dolan) 8:07.38, 2 Portugal 8:15.88; 3 Slovakia 8:22.14.

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Ireland’s lightweight double scull of Siobhan McCrohan and Claire Lambe finished fifth in their heat at the World Rowing Championships in Bled in Slovenia today. Britain won the race and took the direct route to the A/B semi-final, while Ireland move on to a repechage.

The Ireland lightweight quadruple scull of Niall Kenny, Michael Maher, Justin Ryan and Mark O’Donovan finished second in their heat. Germany took the one qualification place on offer.

World Rowing Championships, Bled, Slovenia – Day Two (Irish interest)

Men – Lightweight Quadruple Scull – Heat One (First Directly to A Final: rest to Repechage); 1 Germany 5:59.98, 2 Ireland (N Kenny, M Maher, J Ryan, M O’Donovan) 6:03.05, 3 United States 6:08.81, 4 Armenia 7:03.70

Women – Lightweight Double Scull – Heat Three (First Directly to A/B Semi-Final): 1 Britain 7:02.03; 2 New Zealand 7:02.88, 3 Netherlands 7:07.47, 4 Sweden 7:10.96, 5 Ireland (S McCrohan, C Lambe) 7:16.14, 6 Czech Republic 7:39.70.

Adaptive – Legs, Trunk and Arms Mixed Coxed Four – Heat One (First Two Directly to A/B Semi-Final): 1 Britain 3:28.27, 2 Ireland (A-M McDaid, S Caffrey, S Ryan, K du Toit; cox: H Arbuthnot) 3:35.33; 3 Brazil 3:43.52, 4 Poland 3:49.13, 5 South Africa 4:03.41, 6 Belarus 4:24.31.

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Ireland were pipped on the line by Britain in the B Final of the lightweight quadruple sculls at the World Under-23 Rowing Championships in Amsterdam. Ireland took the lead within metres of the finish only for Britain to come through and win by seven hundredths of a second. Ireland’s crew of Shane O’Driscoll, Niall Kenny, Peter Hanily and Justin Ryan thus finish eighth overall.

Jonathan Mitchell won a battle for fourth with Switzerland’s Jerome Voelke in the C Final of the lightweight single scull, placing him 16th overall. At the head of the field, Cristian Gainza Lein of Chile held off the late challenge of Kamal Mammadov of Azerbaijan, with Oskar Russberg of Sweden third.

World Under-23 Rowing Championships, Amsterdam - Day Four (Irish interest)

Men

Lightweight Quadruple Scull – B Final (Places 7 to 12): 1 Britain 5:55.87, 2 Ireland (S O’Driscoll, N Kenny, P Hanily, J Ryan) 5:55.94, 3 Spain 5:59.67, 4 Netherlands 6:01.04, 5 Austria 6:02.97, 6 Turkey 6:20.13.

Lightweight Single Scull – C Final (Places 13-18): 1 Chile 7:14.52, 2 Azerbaijan 7:15.39, 3 Sweden 7:15.65, 4 Ireland (J Mitchell) 7:22.21, 5 Switzerland 7:25.61, 6 Italy 7:53.08

Women

Lightweight Double Scull – Semi-Final One (First Three to A Final; rest to B Final): 1 Greece 7:03.80, 2 Spain 7:05.59, 3 Netherlands 7:06.49; 4 Romania 7:12.98, 5 Austria 7:14.20, 6 Ireland (S Dolan, C Lambe) 7:14.86.

Single Scull – Semi-Final One (First Three to A Final; rest to B Final); 1 Serbia (I Filipovic) 7:36.42, 2 Estonia (K Pajusalu) 7:36.89, 3 Azerbaijan (I Angelova) 7:36.94; 4 Ukraine 7:38.55, 5 Ireland (L Dilleen) 7:43.02, 6 Denmark 8:14.00.

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