On the one hand, we are satisfied, yet it was also near second area, stated Brendel on ZDF. On Friday, Brendel and Hecker won gold over the former Olympic 1000 m, on Saturday Brendel was likewise on top of the podium after the race in the Canadier-Einer over 5000 m.

The three-time Olympic champion Brendel won his third medal in Canadier-Zweier. Together with Tim Hecker, the 34-year-old completed over 500 m after 1: 45,510 mins and won bronze.

Hiller/Grossmann dominate

Hiller/Grossmann won the gold medal two weeks earlier at the Globe Mug in Halifax, Canada. For the 22-year-old Hiller, it was already the 2nd gold medal on the regatta path in Oberschleißheim after he had thrived over 1000 m in the kayak 4.

Martin Hiller as well as Tamas Grossmann plainly dominated the men’s 1000 m last in the K2 from the beginning and won gold on the last day of the competitors in Oberschleißheim! The two Potsdamer dominated in Kajak-Zweier in 3: 13.812 mins in advance of Francisco Cubelos and Inigo Pena. Bronze went to the Italians Samuele Burgo as well as Andrea Schera. Spain as well as Italy had an exciting race in the mistreatment.

silver for Frank/Florstedt

Felix Frank/Moritz Florstedt (Karlsruhe/Magdeburg) were caught up in the Kajak-Zweier over 500 m quickly prior to the target by the solid Hungary Bence Nadas as well as Balint Kopasz. Lithuania (Mindaugas Maldonis/Andrej Olijnik) drove to third location.

second location for Loske

In the last race of the title fights, Annika Loske won the silver medal over 5000 meters in the Canadier 1. The 24-year-old from Potsdam just needed to provide up the Spaniard Maria Corbera.

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bronze for ladies’s duos

On the whole, the professional athletes of the German Canoe Association (DKV) have accumulated twelve medals in gold in the house. Only the infinite rival Hungary was a lot more successful DKV you will have the ability to overcome.

The three-time Olympic champion Brendel won his third medal in Canadier-Zweier. Together with Tim Hecker, the 34-year-old ended up over 500 m after 1: 45,510 minutes and won bronze. Martin Hiller and also Tamas Grossmann plainly dominated the men’s 1000 m last in the K2 from the beginning as well as won gold on the last day of the competition in Oberschleißheim! Lisa Jahn and Sophie Koch additionally won bronze in the Canadier-Zweier over 200 meters, the title went to Hungary off Spain.

Lisa Jahn and Sophie Koch also won bronze in the Canadier-Zweier over 200 meters, the title went to Hungary off Spain. The bronze medal also protected Jule Hake and Paulina Paszek in the 200-meter sprint in the Kajak-Zweier. The faves from Hungary were unable to defeat, silver mosted likely to Poland.