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Snapshots of 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships

08-22-2011 16:02 BJT

Arnaud Hybois(front, R) and Jouve Sebastien (front, L) from France paddles the boat during the men's K2 200m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 32.940 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Saul Craviotto Rivero, Ekaitz Saies Sistiaga, Carlos Perez Rial and Pablo Andres from Spain pose in the awarding ceremony for the men's K1 4x200m relay event of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 2 minutes and 24.891 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Nicole Reinhardt, Conny Wassmuth, Tina Dietze and Carolin Leonhardt from Germany pose in the awarding ceremony for the women's K1 4x200m relay event of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 2 minutes and 49.541 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Raimundas Labuckas (R) and Tomas Gadeikis (L) from Lithuania compete in the men's C2 200m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 37.101 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Arnaud Hybois(R) and Jouve Sebastien (L) from France pose during the awarding ceremony for the men's K2 200m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 31.940 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Valentin Demyanenko from Azerbaijan celebrates in the awarding
ceremony for the men's C1 200m event of the 2011 ICF World Canoe
Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. He
claimed the title in 39.339 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Canada's Laurence Vincent-Lapointe poses with her gold medal during the awarding ceremony for the women's C1 200m event of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. Vincent-Lapointe claimed the title in 48.876 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Katalin Kovacs(R)/Danuta Kozak from Hungary celebrate after winning the women's K2 200m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. They claimed the title in 39.667 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Lisa Carrington (front) from New Zeland paddles her boat during the women's K1 200m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. Carrington claimed the title in 39.998 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

Max Hoff from Germany celebrates after winning the men's K1 5000m final of the 2011 ICF World Canoe Sprint Championships in Szeged, Hungary, Aug. 21, 2011. Hoff claimed the title in 19 minutes 51.200 seconds. (Xinhua/Attila Volgyi)

 

 

Editor:Wang Xiaomei |Source: Xinhua

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