The Hungarian national team finished the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Moscow on top of the medal table

Sunday, August 10, 2014

Medals just keep coming as Hungarian kayakers smash record after record - Sunday's results: 5 gold, 3 silver 4 bronze.

The Hungarian national team once again finished the 2014 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Moscow on the top of the medal table. This outstanding result has been achieved despite the absence of the team's top Olympic and world champion athletes like Katalin Kovács, Natasa Janics and Krisztina Fazekas – Janics is injured, Kovács and Fazekas are on maternity leave.


Gold medalists

Women's K–4 500 m Anna Kárász, Danuta Kozák, Gabriella Szabó, Ninetta Vad

Women's C–2 500 m Zsanett Lakatos / Kincső Takács

Women's K–1 500 m Danuta Kozák

Women's K–2 200 m Anna Kárász / Ninetta Vad

Women's K–2 500 m Gabriella Szabó / Tamara Csipes

Men's K–1 200 m Relay Miklós Dudás, Dávid Hérics, Bence Nádas, Sándor Tótka

Silver medalists

Women's K–1 1000 m Tamara Csipes

Men's C–1 5000 m Attila Vajda

Men's C–2 1000 m Henrik Vasbányai / Róbert Mike

Men's K–1 500 m Bence Dombvári

Men's K–2 500 m Rudolf Dombi / Gergely Boros

Bronze medalists

Women's K–1 5000 m Renáta Csay

Women's K–2 1000 m Erika Medveczky / Alíz Sarudi

Men's K–4 1000 m Zoltán Kammerer, Dávid Tóth, Tamás Kulifai, Dániel Pauman

Men's C–1 200 m Relay Jonatán Hajdú, Dávid Korisánszky, Ádám Lantos, Péter Nagy

Men's C–4 1000 m Tamás Kiss, Pál Sarudi, Dávid Varga, András Vass

Men's C–1 1000 m Attila Vajda



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