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Hélder Silva sixth in the C1 200 World Cup final

Hélder Silva finished the race at 693 thousandths of the Belarussian Artsem Kozyr, who won in 39.810 seconds, beating Russian Ivan Shtyl by 160 thousandth and Lithuanian Henrikas Zustautas by 223.

The Portuguese Hélder Silva was today sixth classified in the final of C1 200 meters of the canoeing World Championships, which take place in Montemor-o-Velho.

Hélder Silva finished the race at 693 thousandths of the Belarussian Artsem Kozyr, who won in 39.810 seconds, beating Russian Ivan Shtyl by 160 thousandth and Lithuanian Henrikas Zustautas by 223.

Portugal has so far a gold medal in these World Championships in K1 1,000 meters, won on Saturday by Fernando Pimenta, who at 16:50 today defends the gold won in 2017 in the test of 5,000.

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