SZEGED, Hungary

Canoe Sprint World Championships Results Canoe Sprint World Championships Results The Associated Press SZEGED, Hungary SZEGED, Hungary (AP) — Results Sunday from the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships at the National Olympic Center: 1. Max Hoff, Germany, 19 minutes, 51.200 seconds. 2. Aleh Yurenia, Belarus, 20:07.952. 3. Maximilian Benassi, Italy, 20:11.936. K1 1. Piotr Siemionowski, Poland, 34.770 seconds. 2. Edward McKeever, Britain, 34.986. 3. Ronald Rauhe, Germany, 35.118. 1. France (Arnaud Hybois, Sebastien Jouve), 31.940 seconds. 2. Britain (Jonathan Schofield, Liam Heath), 32.156. 3. Belarus (Raman Piatrushenka, Vadzim Makhneu), 32.390. 1. Spain (Saul Craviotto Rivero, Ekaitz Saies Sistiaga, Carlos Perez Rial, Pablo Andres), 2 minutes 24.891 seconds. 2. Russia (Viktor Zavolsky, Alexander Dyachenko, Mikhail Tamonov, Evgeny Salakhov), 2:25.701. 3. Denmark (Casper Nielsen, Jimmy Bojesen, Kasper Bleibach, Lasse Nielsen), 2:25.821. 1. Tamara Csipes, Hungary, 22 minutes, 19.816 seconds. 2. Lani Belcher, Britain, 22:26.572. 3. Maryna Paltaran, Belarus, 22:37.294. 1. Lisa Carrington, New Zealand, 39.998 seconds. 2. Marta Walczykiewicz, Poland, 40.472. 3. Inna Osypenko-Radomska, Ukraine, 40.670. 1. Hungary (Katalin Kovacs, Danuta Kozak), 37.667 seconds. 2. Poland (Karolina Naja, Magdalena Krukowska), 38.165. 3. Australia (Joanne Brigden-Jones, Hannah Davis), 38.369. 1. Germany (Nicole Reinhardt, Conny Wassmuth, Tina Dietze, Carolin Leonhardt), 2 minutes 49.541 seconds. 2. Russia (Natalia Lobova, Anastasiya Sergeeva, Natalia Proskurina, Svetlana Kudinova), 2:50.207. 3. Poland (Marta Walczykiewicz, Karolina Naja, Aneta Konieczna, Ewelina Wojnarowska), 2:50.951. 1. Mykhaylo Koshman, Ukraine, 23 minutes, 23.823 seconds. 2. Lukas Koranda, Czech Republic, 23:24.987. 3. Jose Luis Bouza, Spain, 23:55.173. 1. Valentin Demyanenko, Azerbaijan, 39.339 seconds. 2. Ivan Shtyl, Russia, 39.573. 3. Alfonso Benavides, Spain, 39.687. 1. Lithuania (Raimundas Labuckas, Tomas Gadeikis), 37.101 seconds. 2. Russia (Victor Melantiev, Nikolay Lipkin), 37.413. 3. Belarus (Dzmitry Rabchanka, Aliaksandr Vauchetski), 37.599. 1. Russia (Ivan Shtyl, Evgeny Ignatov, Alexey Korovashkov, Victor Melantiev), 2 minutes 46.955 seconds. 2. Azerbaijan (Sergiy Bezugliy, Maksim Prokopenko, Valentin Demyanenko, Andriy Kraytor), 2:48.341. 3. Germany (Stefan Holtz, Bjoern Waeschke, Stefan Kiraj, Sebastian Brendel), 2:48.473. 1. Laurence Vincent-Lapointe, Canada, 48.876 seconds. 2. Maria Kazakova, Russia, 50.166. 3. Staniliya Stamenova, Bulgaria, 51.192.