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Other Water Sports - 30. September 2019.

Germany's Andrea Herzog took world title in Spain

Herzog was assured of victory in the women’s C1, after reigning world champion Jessica Fox picked up a two-second penalty for a gate touch in the final. Herzog’s final margin over the Australian was 0.94 of a second, with Austria’s Nadine Weratschnig finishing third.

“I still feel really nervous, because I can’t believe that I can be a world champion and catch that Olympic spot,” Herzog said.

“I always knew that I could win a medal, but I didn’t think it could be a gold medal. I think I will need some days to understand what happened here.

“This has been a tough year for me, but I thought it would have to be a medal here. I just kept reminding myself that it was my turn, and that if I paddled well it could be enough for an Olympic spot.



Download the women's C1 medal races here 

RESULTS

WOMEN’S C1

  1. HERZOG Andrea             (GER) 100.52 (0 penalties)
  2. FOX Jessica                      (AUS) 101.46 (2)
  3. WERATSCHNIG Nadine (AUT) 106.45 (4)

 

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