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A finals for kiwi women at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Champs

CANOE RACING NEW ZEALAND INC.

28 August 2013


ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP, DUISBURG, GERMANY

28 August – 1 September 2013


Conditions were ideal for racing at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Germany with a slight tail wind and warm water today and it was certainly a day to chalk up for the women.

Lisa Carrington paddled two very strong races coming first in both her heat and semi to comfortably take a place in the A final of the K1 500m. Finishing her semi in a time of 1:54.301, 1.4 seconds ahead of South African Brigitte Hartley she feels confident there is plenty left in the tank for the final. High Performance Manager Grant Restall says “it’s going to be an epic battle in the final, and if I was a betting man I’d say the biggest battle will be between Lisa and Katrin Wagner-Augustin of Germany.” These two have been neck and neck since the World Cups last year and through the Olympics in the 200m, and it looks to continue into the 500m. As a new event for Lisa it’s still a bit of learning curve but she continues to adapt exceptionally well. Lisa is extremely excited about the final and looking forward to the challenge.

The other two Kiwi women are equally excited about their A final on Saturday. Teneale Hatton and Rachael Dodwell’s third place in the K2 500m semi final in a time of 1:45.829 was 2 seconds behind the winning German crew and just 0.4 seconds behind the Austrians. This pair tends to be stronger in the latter half of the race, but they kept up with the pack through the first half and put in their trademark strong finish to hold on to third. This puts them in the top 9 in the world – an impressive achievement for a crew that has been together for less than a year.

Ben Fouhy, who has been struggling with recovery from a from a bout of viral bronchitis which hospitalised him during training in Czech two weeks ago, finished at the back of the pack in both his heat and semi final races.

Racing tomorrow will feature Scott Martlew’s A final race in the LTA K1 200m which promises to be a nail biter, and the heats of the Mens K4 1000m and Womens K1 200m, Lisa Carrington’s favoured event.

Broadcast info:


http://eurovision.digotel.com/icf/

http://www.kanutube.de/channel/2013-ICF-Canoe-Sprint-World-Championships/6


SKY Sport 4 coverage:
Finals Day 1: Saturday 31st August, 8.55pm and 1.15am (Sunday 1 September)
Finals Day 2: Sunday 1 September, 8.50pm & 12.20am (Monday 2 September)


SKY Sport 4 coverage:


Finals Day 1: Saturday 31st August, 8.55pm and 1.15am (Sunday 1 September)
Finals Day 2: Sunday 1 September, 8.50pm & 12.20am (Monday 2 September)


Results site: http://results.imas-sport.com/kanuduisburg/regatta.php?competition=wettkampf_99


PROGRAMME

Wednesday 28th
RaceTime: Ger/NZAthlete(s)BoatDistanceStatusLaneProgression
1511.40am / 9.40pmScott MartlewK1 LTA200H262nd – to semi
3.30pm/ 1.30amScott MartlewK1 LTA200SF 1st in 41.538, to A final
Thursday 29th
RaceTime: Ger/NZAthlete(s)BoatDistanceStatusLaneProgression
408.49am / 6.49pmBen FouhyK11000H 567th to SF
479.50am/ 7.50pmLisa CarringtonK1500H 371st to SF
5711.25am / 9.25pmTeneale Hatton & Rachael DodwellK2500H 143rd to SF
70-733.44pm / 1.44amBen FouhyK11000SF 8th - out
77-804.40pm / 2.40amLisa CarringtonK1500SF 1st to AF
86-886.05pm / 4.05amTeneale Hatton & Rachael DodwellK2500SF 3rd to AF
Friday 30th
RaceTime: Ger/NZAthlete(s)BoatDistanceStatusLaneProgression
11310.02am / 8.02pmZac Quickenden, Daryl Fitzgerald, Jasper Bats, Jarrod FitzgeraldK41000H 281 to F, 2/7 to SF, rest out
11811.15am / 9.15pmScott MartlewK1 LTA200Final
134-353.55pm / 1.55amZac Quickenden, Daryl Fitzgerald, Jasper Bats, Jarrod FitzgeraldK41000SF 1/3 to AF, 4/7 + NBT to BF, rest out
1495.07pm / 3.07amLisa CarringtonK1200H 151/6 to SF + 3 NBT, rest out

Saturday 31st
RaceTime: Ger/NZAthlete(s)BoatDistanceStatusLaneProgression
163-6510.00am / 8.00pmLisa CarringtonK1200SF 1/3 to AF, 4/6 to BF, rest out
1963.56pm / 1.56amLisa CarringtonK1500A
1984.31pm/ 2.31amTeneale Hatton & Rachael DodwellK2500A
Sunday 1st
RaceTime: Ger/NZAthlete(s)BoatDistanceStatusLane
2039.30am/ 7.30pmTeneale HattonK15000Final64
20410.10am/ 8.10pmBen FouhyK15000Final24
21511.50am / 9.50pmLisa CarringtonK1200A
2192.40pm/ 12.40amZac Quickenden, Daryl Fitzgerald, Jasper Bats, Jarrod FitzgeraldK41000B
2323.50pm / 1.50amZac Quickenden, Daryl Fitzgerald, Jasper Bats, Jarrod FitzgeraldK41000A


ENDS

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