Olympic champion and two-time world champion Prskavec dominated the qualification on the popular Catalan channel, he was third in the morning semi-final. Not even one final touch on the goal deprived him of the sixth partial win, he beat the second Slovenian, Martin Srabotnik, by 21 hundredths of a second.
Defending the overall championship, Přindiš, who was the last to advance to the finals, managed the course cleanly. He was behind Prskavec by 37 hundredths. The third Czech, Ondřej Tunka, took eighth place with two “pucks”.
Fišerová maintained the overall standings, even though she was already eliminated in the semifinals today. Barbora Valíková and Antonia Galušková also had similar results. The final race was won by the German Ricarda Funková, the Australian star Jessica Fox dominated the series for the fourth time in a row.
Twenty-four-year-old Fišerová, who triumphed among female canoeists last season, finished second in Krakow and third in Pau this year. Due to a fifty-second penalty in Seo, she took only 23rd place, and thanks to the double points from a day ago, the ninth Briton Mallory Franklin narrowly reached the overall ranking today.
Like Fišerová, Fox did not advance to the finals today either, but thanks to victories in all four previous races, she clearly kept her lead. In canoeing, she has already dominated the final standings of the SP five times.