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Canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's C-2 1000 metres

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Canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's C-2 1000 metres

Canoeing at the
2004 Summer Olympics
C-1 men
C-2 men
K-1 men women
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

These are the results of the men's C-2 1000 metres competition in canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics. The C-2 event is raced by two-man sprint canoes.


  • Medalists 1
  • Heats 2
  • Semifinal 3
  • Final 4
  • References 5


Gold  Christian Gille and Tomasz Wylenzek
Germany (GER)
Silver  Alexander Kostoglod and Aleksandr Kovalyov
Russia (RUS)
Bronze  György Kozmann and György Kolonics
Hungary (HUN)


The 14 teams first raced in two heats. The top three finishers from each of the heats advanced directly to the final, and the remaining 8 teams moved on to the semifinal. The heats were raced on August 23.
Heat 1
1.  Silviu Simioncencu and Florin Popescu (ROU) 3:30.419 QF
2.  Ibrahim Rojas and Ledis Balceiro (CUB) 3:30.435 QF
3.  Michał Śliwiński and Łukasz Woszczyński (POL) 3:30.607 QF
4.  Richard Dalton and Michael Scarola (CAN) 3:31.123 QS
5.  Meng Guanliang and Yang Wenjun (CHN) 3:31.795 QS
6.  Peter Páleš and Daniel Biksadsky (SVK) 3:47.263 QS
7.  Jordan Malloch and Nathan Johnson (USA) 3:50.735 QS
Heat 2
1.  Christian Gille and Tomasz Wylenzek (GER) 3:30.059 QF
2.  Alexander Kostoglod and Aleksandr Kovalyov (RUS) 3:31.023 QF
3.  György Kozmann and György Kolonics (HUN) 3:31.775 QF
4.  Alfredo Bea and David Mascató (ESP) 3:32.355 QS
5.  Yannick Lavigne and Jose Lenoir (FRA) 3:35.939 QS
6.  Maksym Prokopenko and Ruslan Dzhalilov (UKR) 3:36.075 QS
7.  Aliaksandr Kurliandchyk and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich (BLR) 3:38.391 QS


The top three finishers in the semifinal advanced to the final, joining the six teams who had moved directly from the heats. All other teams were eliminated. The semifinals were raced on August 25.
1.  Alfredo Bea and David Mascató (ESP) 3:31.876 QF
2.  Richard Dalton and Michael Scarola (CAN) 3:32.280 QF
3.  Meng Guanliang and Yang Wenjun (CHN) 3:32.792 QF
4.  Aliaksandr Kurliandchyk and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich (BLR) 3:33.588
5.  Yannick Lavigne and Jose Lenoir (FRA) 3:35.232
6.  Maksym Prokopenko and Ruslan Dzhalilov (UKR) 3:35.740
7.  Peter Páleš and Daniel Biksadsky (SVK) 3:36.572
8.  Jordan Malloch and Nathan Johnson (USA) 3:46.036


The final was raced on August 27.
Gold  Christian Gille and Tomasz Wylenzek (GER) 3:41.802
Silver  Alexander Kostoglod and Aleksandr Kovalyov (RUS) 3:42.990
Bronze  György Kozmann and György Kolonics (HUN) 3:43.106
4.  Silviu Simioncencu and Florin Popescu (ROU) 3:43.858
5.  Michał Śliwiński and Łukasz Woszczyński (POL) 3:44.338
6.  Richard Dalton and Michael Scarola (CAN) 3:45.638
7.  Alfredo Bea and David Mascató (ESP) 3:45.766
8.  Ibrahim Rojas and Ledis Balceiro (CUB) 3:50.346
9.  Meng Guanliang and Yang Wenjun (CHN) 3:52.926


  • 2004 Summer Olympics Canoe sprint results (English), (French), & (Greek)
  • 2004 C-2 1000 m results.
  • Yahoo! Sports Athens 2004 Summer Olympics Canoe/Kayak Results
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