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Final Rankings 2017 + Previous Winners

  • There were 1,131 Male paddlers in the 2017 World Surfski Series
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TOP 20 MEN 2017

1 Hank Mcgregor
2 Jasper Mocke
3 Mackenzie Hynard
4 Dawid Mocke
5 Oscar Chalupsky
6 Mark Anderson
7 Nicolas Lambert
8 Andrew Mowlem
9 Ryan Paroz
10 Sam Mayhew
11 Lee Furby
12 Michael Mckeogh
13 Maurizio Tognacci
14 Patrick Langley
15 Shaun Rice
16 Justin Ryan
17 Graeme Borthwick
18 Colin Simpkins
19 Cory Hill
20 Sean Rice
  • There were 113 Female paddlers in the 2017 World Surfski Series
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TOP 20 WOMEN 2017

1 Rachel Clarke
2 Kyeta Purchase
3 Hayley Nixon
4 Wendy Reyntjes
5 Michelle Burn
6 Teneale Hatton
7 Nikki Russell
8 Angie Le Roux
9 Tricia Gilbert
10 Jenna Ward
11 Taryn Sullivan
12 Fiona Tschaut
13 Rozetta Payne
14 Tegan Fraser
15 Chloe Bunnett
16 Amaia Osaba Olaberri
17 Sara Rafael
18 Sally Wallick
19 Tamlyn Bohm
20 Kirsten Flanagan
  • There were 1,186 Male paddlers in the 2016 World Surfski Series
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TOP 20 MEN 2016

1 Hank Mcgregor
2 Cory Hill
3 Dawid Mocke
4 Matthew Bouman
5 Jasper Mocke
6 Mark Anderson
7 Kenneth Rice
8 Mackenzie Hynard
9 Barry Lewin
10 Shaun Austin
11 Michael Mckeogh
12 Kyle Friedenstein
13 Colin Simpkins
14 Sean Rice
15 Oscar Chalupsky
16 Austin Kieffer
17 Benoit Leroux
18 Steve Woods
19 Tommy Woodriff
20 Dean Gardiner
  • There were 111 Female paddlers in the 2016 World Surfski Series
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TOP 20 WOMEN 2016

1 Hayley Nixon
2 Nikki Russell
3 Jenna Ward
4 Wendy Reyntjes
5 Teneale Hatton
6 Angie Mouden
7 Rachel Clarke
8 Chloe Bunnett
9 Tricia Gilbert
10 Katja Muenzer
11 Claudia Tarr
12 Petra Schuler
13 Sharon Chang
14 Michele Eray
15 Sara Rafael
16 Tegan Fraser
17 Sofia Coelho
18 Amaia Osaba Olaberri
19 Anna Clifford Arwidi
20 Jaime Roberts

 

  • There were 1,223 Male paddlers in the 2015 World Surfski Series
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TOP 20 MEN 2015

Athlete
1 Cory Hill
2 Michael Booth
3 Jasper Mocke
4 Sean Rice
5 Hank Mcgregor
6 Dawid Mocke
7 Mark Anderson
8 Clint Robinson
9 Mackenzie Hynard
10 Barry Lewin
11 Esteban Medina Ojeda
12 Hiromana Flores
13 Joey Hall
14 Herman Chalupsky
15 James Fitzsimmons
16 Mark Keeling
17 Murray Latham
18 Andrew Mowlem
19 Teva Mooria
20 Mike Mills-Thom
  • There were 121 Women paddlers in the 2015 World Surfski Series
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Top 20 Women 2015

Final Position Athlete
1 Teneale Hatton
2 Michele Eray
3 Michelle Burn
4 Nikki Russell
5 Rachel Clarke
6 Maggie Hogan
7 Amaia Osaba Olaberri
8 Kylie Broad
9 Julie Jenkinson
10 Tricia Gilbert
11 Nikki Mocke
12 Chloe Bunnett
13 Jenna Ward
14 Raquel Bota Farrés
15 Dayne Loots
16 Rowena Coghill
17 Sara Rafael
18 Phoebe George
19 Beata Cseke
20 Tenaturanui Maono

 

2015 – Men: Cory Hill (AUS) | Women: Teneale Hatton (N.Z)
2014 – Jasper Mocke (R.S.A) | Women: Nikki Mocke (R.S.A)
2013 – Non Series Year* (Sean Rice & Michele Eray win I.C.F World Championships)
2012 – Dawid Mocke (R.S.A)
2011 – Dawid Mocke (R.S.A)
2010 – Dawid Mocke (R.S.A)
2009 – Dawid Mocke (R.S.A)
2008 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
2007 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)

↑ First World Series Starts 2007 ↑


 ↓ Molokai Challenge recognised as World Championships ↓

Results 1978 – 2007

2007 – Lewis Laughlin (T.A.H)
2006 – Clint Pretorius (R.S.A)
2005 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
2004 – Herman Chalupsky (R.S.A)
2003 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
2002 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
2001 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
2000 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1999 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1998 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1997 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1996 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1995 – Oscar and Herman Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1994 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1993 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1992 – Dean Gardiner (AUS)
1991 – Guy Leech (AUS)
1990 – Grant Kenny (AUS)
1989 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1988 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1987 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1986 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1985 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1984 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1983 – Oscar Chalupsky (R.S.A)
1982 – Grant Kenny (AUS)
1981 – Grant Kenny (AUS)
1980 – Grant Kenny (AUS)
1979 – Grant Kenny (AUS)
1978 – Kalai Handley (HAW)

*In 2013 there was a break in the World Series for the official International Canoe Federation’s World Championship won by Sean Rice (R.S.A).

Series for the official International Canoe Federation’s World Championship won by Sean Rice (R.S.A).