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Hungary has two golds in canoeing four London-2012

Hungary has two golds in canoeing four London-2012
Hungary won two of the four gold medals at stake on Wednesday in boating tests the London Olympics-2012, while the Spanish canoeist David Cal became the Spanish athlete over Olympic medals after silver in C1.
The Hungarian duo formed by Rudolf Dombi y Roland Kokeny, Olympic champion is online K2 at 1,000 meters in the lake of Eton, beating the Portuguese Fernando Pimenta y Emanuel Silva, which were silver, and the Germans Martin Hollstein and Andreas Ihle, Olympic champions in Beijing-2008.
A few later, her fellow Gabriella Zabo, Danuta Kozak, Katalin Kovacs and Krisztina Fazekas imposed on the test female K4 500 meters with a time of 1:30.827, beating the goal, again, to Germany, which was silver, and Belarus third.
"We had no strategy. We gave everything we had. Paddled gold

medal", but ultimately did not, said Tina Dietze, one of the members of the German team, together with Carolin Leonhardt, Franziska Weber and Katrin Wagner- Augustin.
His compatriot Sebastian Brendel hung gold in the form of canoe single (C1) 1,000 m with a time of 3:47.176, becoming the first German to win this event since the victory of Andreas Dittmer in Sydney-2000.
The European champions overcame the Spanish specialty David Cal, who pocketed the money and the Canadian Mark Oldershaw.
Cal kept the money and got into the Beijing Olympics-2008 and, incidentally, is now the Spanish athlete over Olympic medals in history.
The Spanish canoeist won his fifth medal in the Games, after two in this test, a gold in Athens-2004 and a silver in Beijing-2008, and two silver medals in 500 meters C1, also in the Greek capital and China.
"I am very happy with this result. I've been working hard over the past four years. There were people who had doubts, but I managed to accomplish what I wanted," he said after the race.
In the fourth end of the day boating, Eirik Veras Larsen of Norway won gold in the form of K1 1,000 m ahead of Canadian Adam Van Koeverden, silver, and Germany's Max Hoff, who pocketed the bronze.
The Norwegian, 36, was Olympic champion in the test at the Games in Athens 2004 and Beijing in 2008 finished second behind Briton Tim Brabants.
The Hoff bronze ensured that Germany had at least one medal in each of the races.
Source: AFP | 09.08.2012 - 0:44