The Wildwater Canoeing World Cup is an annual series of races in wildwater canoeing held under the auspices of the International Canoe Federation. It has been held since 1989 in four canoe and kayak disciplines for men and women. The four original disciplines were men's single canoe (C1), men's double canoe (C2), men's kayak (K1) and women's kayak.[1]

Competition format

Each edition has six races to assign the cup in three events, each race has two races.

World Cup Champions

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K1 and C1 men and women; C2 men

Year K1 men K1 women C1 men C1 women C2 men
1989 France Hervé Vitali Austria Uschi Profanter Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Andrej Jelenc Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Srecko Masle, Andrej Grobisa
1990 France Yves Masson France Aurore Bringard France Karim Benamrouche France Claude Alaphilippe, Bruno Puyfoulhoux
1991 Germany Markus Gickler Germany Karin Wahl Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Andrej Jelenc Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Srecko Masle, Andrej Grobisa
1992 France Philippe Graille France Myriam Legallo United States Andy Bridge Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slúčik
1993 Germany Markus Gickler Austria Uschi Profanter Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Andrej Jelenc France Damien Fraysse, Pierre Ross
1994 Italy Robert Pontarollo Austria Uschi Profanter Italy Vladi Panato Germany Andreas Dajek, Ulrich Knittel
1995 Italy Robert Pontarollo France Laurence Castets Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slúčik
1996 Italy Robert Pontarollo Austria Uschi Profanter Italy Vladi Panato
1997 France Michael Fargier Germany Claudia Brokof Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Jan Sutek, Stefan Grega
1998 Italy Robert Pontarollo Switzerland Sabine Eichenberger Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slúčik
1999 Germany Fabian Wohlers Switzerland Sabine Eichenberger Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slúčik
2000 Germany Fabian Wohlers Czech Republic Michaela Strnadova Croatia Tomislav Hohnjec Germany Thomas Haas, Gregor Simon
2001[2] Italy Vladi Panato
2002 Italy Robert Pontarollo Czech Republic Michaela Strnadova Italy Vladi Panato Croatia Mario Pecek, Robert Raus
2003[3] Czech Republic Kamil Mrůzek Czech Republic Michaela Strnadova Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slucik
2004[4] Czech Republic Kamil Mrůzek Czech Republic Michaela Strnadova Croatia Tomislav Hohnjec[nb 1][5] Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slucik
2005 Czech Republic Kamil Mrůzek Italy Vladi Panato Slovakia Vladimir Vala, Jaroslav Slucik
2006[6] Czech Republic Katerina Vacikova Germany Normen Weber Germany Tobias Trzoska, Jannick Göbel
2007[7] Italy Maximilian Benassi Switzerland Sabine Eichenberger Italy Vladi Panato France Cyril Leblond, Stephane Santamaria
2008[8] Italy Maximilian Benassi France Nathalie Gastineau Germany Normen Weber France Theodore Heit, Thomase Peltriaux
2009[9] Slovenia Nejc Žnidarčič United Kingdom Jessica Oughton Slovenia Jošt Zakrajšek Germany Maik Schmitz, Nils Knippling
2010[10] Slovenia Nejc Žnidarčič United Kingdom Jessica Oughton Croatia Emil Milihram France Thomas Peltriaux, Theodore Heitz
2011[11] France Rémi Pété Switzerland Chantal Abgottspon Croatia Emil Milihram France Marc Brodiez, Pierre Le Clézio
2012[12] Slovenia Nejc Žnidarčič Switzerland Sabine Eichenberger Germany Normen Weber France Marjolaine Hecquet Germany Normen Weber, Rene Brueckner
2013[13] France Paul Graton Germany Manuela Stöberl Germany Normen Weber Italy Marlene Ricciardi Slovenia Peter Žnidaršič, Luka Žganjar
2014[14] Slovenia Nejc Žnidarčič Switzerland Sabine Eichenberger Germany Normen Weber France Marjolaine Hecquet Germany Matthias Nies, Dominik Pech
2015[15] Slovenia Nejc Žnidarčič France Charlène Le Corvaisier Germany Normen Weber Germany Sabrina Barm Austria Manuel Filzwieser, Peter Draxl
2016[16] France Paul Jean Switzerland Melanie Mathis France Quentin Dazeur France Cindy Coat Slovenia Peter Žnidaršič, Luka Žganjar
2017[17] Slovenia Simon Oven Switzerland Melanie Mathis Czech Republic Ondřej Rolenc Italy Cecilia Panato France Stephane Santamaria, Quentin Dazeur
2018[18] Slovenia Simon Oven Switzerland Melanie Mathis France Louis Lapointe Italy Cecilia Panato France Louis Lapointe, Tony Debray
2019[19] France Felix Bouvet Italy Mathilde Rosa France Theo Viens Croatia Alba Zoe Grzin France Theo Viens, Etienne Klatt

C2 women

Year C2 women
2016 France Cindy Coat, Haab Claire
2017 Italy Cecilia Panato, Alice Panato
2018 France Pauline Freslon, Lisa Lebouc
2019 not diputated

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Vladi Panato ended the season with 192 points as the winner, but with equal partial successes (2) he was ranked second for the lowest number of second places (2 against 3). Panato had forfeited the sixth and final race in protest, although only one point would have been enough to win his ninth world cup.

References

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  3. ^ "KERN RIVER 2003 ICF WILDWATER WORLD CUPS". kvrc.org. Retrieved 25 March 2020.
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  5. ^ "USA WILDWATER HAS SOLID FINISH IN 2004 WORLD CUPS". daveyhearn.com. 5 July 2004. Retrieved 25 March 2020. Eight-time World beater, and perhaps the greatest canoeist ever, Vladi Panato forfeited the race and his shot at winning the World Cups. Vladi just shook his head in disgust and refused to paddle the class ZERO canal.
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