Kayak – Descent. Quintin Dassour of Strasbourg is the doubles vice world champion

Kayak - Descent.  Quintin Dassour of Strasbourg is the doubles vice world champion

Quentin D്യൂsറിന്ur, 29, had a good day on Saturday, having trained and licensed in the Strasbourg Eyes-Wives, having competed in two finals in a sprint (short distance) in Bratislava (Worlds in Slovakia).

In C1, the Alsatian finished second with his French teammate Charles Ferion in 57’36. The winner is Czech Rolank of 57’09.

Barely an hour later, Dassour was back in the water for the C2 final with Girontin Stephen Santamaria. Both finished second in 55’90 behind Czech tandem Suchanek / Rolenk (55’77).

In sprint, the podium at C2 is not the first at the Strasbourg Driver’s World Championships.

On the other hand, in C1, at the same distance, Dassault returned to a medal he had subscribed to in 4th place in Valtalina (Italy) in 2014 (World Championships at the 2017 Championships, 2016 Benca Luka, 2015 Vienna). The money was taken.

Fifth place for Laura Fontaine

For her first appearance on the senior French team, Colmarian Laura Fontaine finished 5th in the C1 in the Slovak World Finals.

Slalom: Liam Jego in the semis

Competing in the World Slalom in the same basin as Bratislava, where Frenchman Boris Nouveau won the K1 final this Saturday.

In the men’s C1, Liam Jego of Ireland from CADPA Honeyguing will compete in the semi – finals this Sunday (10am). If he makes the top ten, he will advance to the finals (scheduled at 12:10).

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