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Canoeing at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's C-2 500 metres

Canoeing at the
1992 Summer Olympics
Slalom
C-1 men
C-2 men
K-1 men women
Sprint
C-1 500 m   men  
C-1 1000 m men
C-2 500 m men
C-2 1000 m men
K-1 500 m men women
K-1 1000 m men
K-2 500 m men women
K-2 1000 m men
K-4 500 m women
K-4 1000 m men

The men's C-2 500 metres event was an open-style, pairs canoeing event conducted as part of the Canoeing at the 1992 Summer Olympics program.

Medalists

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
 Dmitri Dovgalenok
and Aleksandr Maseikov (EUN)
 Ulrich Papke
and Ingo Spelly (GER)
 Martin Marinov
and Blagovest Stoyanov (BUL)

Results

Heats

15 teams entered in two heats. The top two finishers from each of the heats advanced directly to the final while the remaining teams were relegated to the semifinals.

Heat 1
1. Nicolae Juravschi (ROU) 1:43.89 QF
2.  Martin Marinov and Blagovest Stoyanov (BUL) 1:44.00 QF
3.  Didier Hoyer and Olivier Boivin (FRA) 1:44.46 QS
4.  Dmitri Dovgalenok and Aleksandr Maseikov (EUN) 1:45.25 QS
5.  Arne Nielsson and Christian Frederiksen (DEN) 1:49.58 QS
6.  Juan Aballí and Fernando Zamora (CUB) 1:53.50 QS
7.  José Martínez and José Ramón Ferrer (MEX) 1:55.50 QS
8.  Katsuya Toyama and Tsunehisa Uchino (JPN) 1:55.69 QS
Heat 2
1.  Ulrich Papke and Ingo Spelly (GER) 1:40.53 QF
2.  Attila Pálizs and György Kolonics (HUN) 1:41.71 QF
3.  Jan Bartůněk and Waldemar Fibigr (TCH) 1:42.42 QS
4.  Larry Cain and David Frost (CAN) 1:43.12 QS
5.  Narcisco Suárez and Enrique Míguez (ESP) 1:43.63 QS
6.  Stewart Carr and James Terrell (USA) 1:46.85 QS
7.  Tomasz Darski and Andrzej Sołoducha (POL) 1:46.93 QS

Semifinals

Two semifinals were held. The top two finishers from each semifinal and the fastest third-place finisher advanced to the final.

Semifinal 1
1.  Dmitri Dovgalenok and Aleksandr Maseikov (EUN) 1:40.74 QF
2.  Arne Nielsson and Christian Frederiksen (DEN) 1:41.58 QF
3.  Jan Bartůněk and Waldemar Fibigr (TCH) 1:42.18 QF
4.  José Martínez and José Ramón Ferrer (MEX) 1:46.55
5.  Stewart Carr and James Terrell (USA) 1:46.62
6.  Katsuya Toyama and Tsunehisa Uchino (JPN) 1:47.58
Semifinal 2
1.  Didier Hoyer and Olivier Boivin (FRA) 1:42.09 QF
2.  Larry Cain and David Frost (CAN) 1:42.35 QF
3.  Tomasz Darski and Andrzej Sołoducha (POL) 1:42.72
4.  Enrique Míguez and Narcisco Suárez (ESP) 1:42.82
5.  Juan Aballí and Fernando Zamora (CUB) 1:43.04

Final

The final was held on August 7.

Gold  Dmitri Dovgalenok and Aleksandr Maseikov (EUN) 1:41.54
Silver  Ulrich Papke and Ingo Spelly (GER) 1:41.68
Bronze  Martin Marinov and Blagovest Stoyanov (BUL) 1:41.94
4. Nicolae Juravschi (ROU) 1:42.84
5.  Arne Nielsson and Christian Frederiksen (DEN) 1:42.92
6.  Didier Hoyer and Olivier Boivin (FRA) 1:43.04
7.  Attila Pálizs and György Kolonics (HUN) 1:43.27
8.  Jan Bartůněk and Waldemar Fibigr (TCH) 1:44.70
9.  Larry Cain and David Frost (CAN) 1:45.76

References

  • 1992 Summer Olympics official report Volume 5. pp. 143–4. (Catalan), (English), (French), & (Spanish)
  • Sports-reference.com 1992 C-2 500 m results.
  • Wallechinsky, David and Jaime Loucky (2008). "Canoeing: Men's Canadian Doubles 500 Meters". In The Complete Book of the Olympics: 2008 Edition. London: Aurum Press Limited. p. 482.
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