Huge successes for the Poles in the World Cup in rowing
The white and red have dominated the Rowing World Cup in Poznan. Medals have been won so far by 11 representatives of Poland
Katarzyna Kołodziejczyk won the final of the non-Olympic K1 200m competition at the World Cup competition held in Poznań. The Polish woman beat Denmark’s Fredrik Hauge Mathisen by 0.26 seconds, and the third is Croatian Annamaria Juvorsinovic.
Kayakers Martyna Klatt and Helena Wiśniewska won the non-Olympic K2200m competition at the World Cup competition held in Poznań. The Polish women led the Italians by 0.88 seconds, and the Austrians came in third. Just behind the podium was the second Polish crew: Katarzyna Kołodziejczyk and Justyna Iskrzycka.
The kayakers of: Karolina Naga, Anna Pulawska, Adriana Kukol and Dominika Boto won the final of the Olympic K4 500m at the World Cup competition held in Poznań. The Polish women were ahead of the Chinese by 0.43 seconds, and the Germans were third
Second place at the C1 1000m distance was taken by canoeist Viktor Glazunov.
Canadians: Aleksander Kitowski, Arsen Chlevski, Ukasz Witkowski and Oleksiy Kolyadych won the non-Olympic 500m final at the World Cup in Poznan. Another Polish crew took second place: Juliusz Kitewski, Krystian Hołdak, Kacper Sieradzan and Adrian Kłos, and the Ukrainians finished third. Only three settlements entered this competition.