The Spanish Sete Benavides joined this Sunday its second medal in the Duisburg World Cup (Germany) completing in second position C1 200 final meters, distance in which a day earlier, although at the C2 next safe Toni, he had won the gold.
Chrono of 38.329 seconds earned the silver medal to the Balearic paddler, surpassed only in the C1 200 final by the Russian Ivan Shtyl (38.280). Georgian Zaza Nadiradze completed the podium.
Benavides, fourth ranked in the last Olympic Games of London 2012, confirmed Sunday his excellent form with the conquest of its second metal in Duisburg.
A medal that joined the Diego Romero, bronze and C1 5000, completing the final after the Moldavian Serghei Tarnovschi and German Ronald Verch, first and second, respectively.
A time of 22: 16.092 earned the third place of the podium to the Galician canoeist, who delivered the second metal of the day to the Spanish delegation after the silver accomplished in the morning shift by the Balearic Sete Benavides in C1 200.
Two-tenths away from the podium in the K1 5000 to Gabriel Campo, who had to settle for fourth place in a race dominated by the Portuguese Fernando Pimenta. He also gallego Rubén Millán, for his part, was 11th.