Vladimir Ivanovich Morozov (Russian: Владимир Иванович Морозов) (Sometimes shown as Vladimir Morosov, born March 4, 1940 in Krasnovodsk, Turkmen SSR) is a retired sprint canoer from USSR. Morozov trained at Armed Forces sports society in Krasnovodsk and later in Kiev.
Morozov began canoeing in 1957 and became a member of the USSR National Team in 1963. He won gold medals for the USSR at three consecutive Olympics between 1964 and 1972.
Morozov also won six medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with three golds (K-4 1000 m: 1970, 1971; K-4 10000 m: 1966, two silvers (K-1 4 x 500 m: 1963, K-4 1000 m: 1973), and a bronze (K-4 1000 m: 1966). Morozov was awarded two Orders of the Red Banner of Labour (1969, 1972).
- ^ a b Panorama of the 1972 Sports Year (in Russian). Moscow: Fizkultura i sport. 1973. p. 98.
- ^ a b Boris Khavin (1979). All about Olympic Games. (in Russian) (2nd ed. ed.). Moscow: Fizkultura i sport. p. 386.
- 1936: Austria (Adolf Kainz, Alfons Dorfner)
- 1948: Sweden (Hans Berglund, Lennart Klingström)
- 1952: Finland (Kurt Wires, Yrjö Hietanen)
- 1956: Germany (Michel Scheuer, Meinrad Miltenberger)
- 1960: Sweden (Gert Fredriksson, Sven-Olov Sjödelius)
- 1964: Sweden (Sven-Olov Sjödelius, Gunnar Utterberg)
- 1968: Soviet Union (Aleksandr Shaparenko, Volodymyr Morozov)
- 1972: Soviet Union (Nikolai Gorbachev, Viktor Kratasyuk)
- 1976: Soviet Union (Serhei Nahorny, Vladimir Romanovsky)
- 1980: Soviet Union (Vladimir Parfenovich, Sergei Chukhray)
- 1984: Canada (Hugh Fisher, Alwyn Morris)
- 1988: United States (Greg Barton, Norman Bellingham)
- 1992: Germany (Kay Bluhm, Torsten Gutsche)
- 1996: Italy (Daniele Scarpa, Antonio Rossi)
- 2000: Italy (Antonio Rossi, Beniamino Bonomi)
- 2004: Sweden (Markus Oscarsson, Henrik Nilsson)
- 2008: Germany (Andreas Ihle, Martin Hollstein)
- 2012: Hungary (Rudolf Dombi, Roland Kökény)