Frenchwoman Nouria Newman wins the women's Extreme Kayaking title as New Zealander Sam Sutton wins his fourth men's title.
SHOWS: OETZTAL, AUSTRIA (OCTOBER 7, 2017) (QUATTRO MEDIA - ACCESS ALL) 1. AERIAL VIEW OF KAYAKING COURSE 2. KAYAKERS STANDING WITH THEIR KAYAKS 3. AERIAL VIEW OF COURSE 4. WINNER'S BELT ON ROCKS 5. SPECTATORS WATCHING ACTION 6. VARIOUS OF FRANCE'S NOURIA NEWMAN (61) PERFORMING HER WINNING RUN 7. VARIOUS OF NEW ZEALAND'S SAM SUTTON (5) PERFORMING HIS WINNING RUN 8. SLOW MOTION REPLAY OF SUTTON IN ACTION 9. NEWMAN LIFTING HER WINNER'S BELT 10. SUTTON LIFTING HIS WINNER'S BELT 11. TOP THREE OF EACH FINAL STANDING ON PODIUM NEW ZEALAND'S SAM SUTTON (5), SECOND PLACED SPAIN'S ANIOL SERRASOLSES (8), THIRD PLACED GERMANY'S ALEXANDER GRIMM (14) / WITH WOMEN FRANCE'S NOURIA NEWMAN (61), SECOND PLACED DUTCHWOMAN MARTINA WEGMAN (64) AND THIRD PLACED BRIT JENNIFER CHRIMES (66) STORY: New Zealand's Sam Sutton won his fourth Extreme Kayaking world title on Saturday (October 7) while Frenchwoman Nouria Newman won the women's title. Sutton, 29, was the only competitor to go under 55 seconds in his final run. Spain's Aniol Serrasolses was second, less than a third of a second behind Sutton with German Alexander Grimm third - half a second behind the winning time. In the women's final, 26-year-old Nouria Newman dominated the final, finishing roughly three seconds ahead of second placed Martina Wegman. Brit Jennifer Chrimes finished in third. 7.66 seconds behind the winning time of 1 minute and 1.75 seconds.