Jácome and Corbera, gold in C2 200; double silver in the K4 500

The Spanish Antía Jácome and María Corbera achieved this Friday the gold medal in the C2 200 test of the sprint canoeing World Cup which takes place in Szeged (Hungary), where the first was also bronze in C1 200 and the female and male K4 500 boats won silver.

Antía Jácome and María Corbera, who were already runners-up last year at the European Championships in Munich, they got into the final as the winners of their heat today they maintained their dominance with a time of 44.46ahead of the two finalist Chinese couples: Shuai Changwen and Wenjun Lin, who were ahead by 30 hundredths (44.77), and Shixiao Xu and Mengya Sun, who finished at 1.92 (46.39).

The woman from Pontevedra and the woman from Madrid also played the C1 200 final today, in which Jácome hung the second medal of the day by taking bronze.

Current European champion of this test and silver in the 2021 World Cup, Antía Jácome completed the course with a time of 46.83, 84 hundredths behind the Cuban Yarisleidis Duboys, who won with 45.99, followed by Canadian Katie Vincet (46.10). María Corbera finished in sixth position at 2.30 (48.19). Jácome’s bronze ensures its participation in C1 200, Olympic modality, in the World Championship next summer in Duisburg (Germany).

The third medal for the Spanish delegation in the Szeged canal it was the silver for the female K4 500, made up of Sara Ouzande, Estefanía Fernández, Carolina García and Teresa Portela. The Spanish crossed the finish line 29 hundredths (1:37.36) behind the winners, Chinese Dongying Li, Mengdie Yin, Nan Wang and Yuewen Sun who did a time of 1:37.07. The bronze went to the New Zealanders Lissa Carrington, Alicia Hoskin, Olivia Brett, Tara Vaughan with 1:37.67.

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AND the fourth metal of the day was hung by the current champions of the men’s K4 500, Saúl Craviotto, Carlos Arévalo, Marcus Cooper and Rodrigo Germade, who were also silver by only 16 hundredths of a second. The Spanish boat he completed the distance in a time of 1:22.64, behind the Lithuanians Simonas Maldonis, Mindaugas Maldonis, Ignas Navakauskas and Arturas Seja, who did 1:22.48. The silver medal went to the Hungarians Ostvan Kuli, Kolos Csizmadia, Bence NAdas and Sandor Totka (1:22.82 to 0.33).

On this Friday, Adrián del Río was fifth in the K1 500 final (1:43.76) behind 2.41 from the Portuguese Fernando Pimenta and in paracanoe David González obtained silver in the VL21 200 m test.

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