WINDSOR, England (AP) Yuri Cheban of Ukraine won gold in the men's 200-meter C-1 at the Olympic canoe sprint regatta on Saturday, adding to his 2009 world title.
Cheban won in 42.291 seconds at Dorney Lake, just ahead of Jevgenij Shuklin of Lithuania. Ivan Shtyl of Russia took the bronze.
Cheban became the first person to win the C-1 200, which is new to the Olympic program after replacing the 500.
Canoe / Kayak
There was such little interest in competitive canoeing and kayaking in 1924 that the IOC declined to include it on the Olympic program. Almost 90 years later, 28 nations will compete at the London Games. Bolstered by the permanent addition of whitewater slalom, the sport has certainly distanced itself from the days of being jilted. Get introduced to the 16 events that make up canoe/kayak, learn the differences between the boats and explore the sites where all the action will take place.
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