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Published on février 18th, 2019 | by Kayak Session

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Sydney Whitewater Festival – K1 Men’s Slalom Winners Run and Results

2019 Sydney Whitewater Festival,  Penrith (Australia) – Top 3 K1 Men’s Slalom Winners Run and top 10 Results.

In the men’s Slalom’s race,  K1 Great Britain’s 2016 Olympic champion Joe Clarke won both the semi-final and the final (87.50) with Australia’s Lucien Delfour in close second and +0.06 seconds behind. Germany’s Sebastian Schubert took home the bronze medal (88.63).

“It was an amazing semi-final, I ran the boat really well and then had all the work to do because people expected me to get on it in the final,” Clarke said.

“So I’m really happy to perform again in the final, not quite at a blistering pace and I fell off the wave near gate 15 which proved quite costly, but managed to take the win so I’m very, very happy.”

“It’s only February, but it’s great to see where you are at this early in the season. Obviously, the season hasn’t really officially started, it will be around May for us Europeans, but it’s always nice to get on the start line and give what you’ve got.”

The world’s best Olympic canoe slalom paddlers will return to the 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival at Penrith Whitewater Stadium on Friday, 22 February 2019 for the 2019 Canoe Slalom Oceania Championships.

MK1 Final – 2019 Sydney International Whitewater Festival – Aus Open 17th February 2019
1 Joseph CLARKE GBR 0 87.50 0.00
2 Lucien DELFOUR AUS 0 87.56 +0.06
3 Sebastian SCHUBERT GER 0 88.63 +1.13
4 Daniel WATKINS AUS 0 88.76 +1.26
5 Ondrej TUNKA CZE 0 89.03 +1.53
6 Martin DOUGOUD SUI 0 89.74 +2.24
7 Giovanni DE GENNARO ITA 0 90.00 +2.50
8 Michal PASIUT POL 0 92.41 +4.91
9 Hannes AIGNER GER 2 93.01 +5.51
10 Peter KAUZER SLO 52 140.72 +53.22

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