Canoeing at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Men's K-4 1000 metres

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Canoeing at the 1980 Summer Olympics
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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 1000 m men

The men's K-4 1000 metres event was a fours kayaking event conducted as part of the Canoeing at the 1980 Summer Olympics program.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
 East Germany (GDR)
Rüdiger Helm
Bernd Olbricht
Harald Marg
Bernd Duvigneau
 Romania (ROM)
Mihai Zafiu
Vasile Dîba
Ion Geantă
Nicuşor Eşanu
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Borislav Borisov
Bozhidar Milenkov
Lazar Khristov
Ivan Manev

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

14 crews entered in two heats on July 31, but two teams withdrew. The top three finishers from each of the heats advanced directly to the finals while the remaining six teams were relegated to the semifinal.

Heat 1
1.  Gennady Makhnev, Serhei Nahorny, Aleksandr Avdeyev, and Vladimir Trainikov (URS) 3:02.70 QF
2.  François Barouh, Patrick Berard, Philippe Boccara, and Patrick Lefoulen (FRA) 3:04.77 QF
3.  Lars-Erik Moberg, Per Lundh, Torbjörn Thorsson, and Berndt Andersson (SWE) 3:05.20 QF
4.  József Deme, János Rátkai, József Kosztyán, and Zoltán Sztanity (HUN) 3:06.19 QS
5.  Borislav Borisov, Bozhidar Milenkov, Lazar Khristov, and Ivan Manev (BUL) 3:07.19 QS
6.  Mihai Zaifu, Vasile Dîba, Ion Genatǎ, and Nicuşor Eşanu (ROU) 3:08.69 QS
7.  Stephen Brown, Douglas Parnham, Alain Williams, and Steven Hancock (GBR) 3:10.18 QS
Heat 2
1.  Rüdiger Helm, Bernd Olbricht, Harald Marg, and Bernd Duvigneau (GDR) 3:04.86 QF
2.  Ryszard Oborski, Grzegorz Kołtan, Daniel Wełna, and Grzegorz Śledziewski (POL) 3:09.92 QF
3.  Barry Kelly, Robert Lee, Ken Vidler, and Crosbie Baulch (AUS) 3:10.49 QF
4.  Ron Stevens, Gert Jan Lebbnik, Jan Baaijens, and Rob van Weerdenburg (NED) 3:13.62 QS
5.  Herbert Havlik, Dietmar Schlöglmann, Han Mayr, and Eduard Reisinger (AUT) 3:13.86 QS
-  Unto Elo, Pertti Kauppila, Leo Lagström, and Harri Myllylä (FIN) Did not start
-  Christopher Macdonald, Ian Ferguson, Alan Thompson, and Geoffrey Walker (NZL) Did not start

Semifinal[edit]

The top three finishers in the semifinal (raced on August 2) advanced to the final.

Semifinal
1.  Mihai Zaifu, Vasile Dîba, Ion Genatǎ, and Nicuşor Eşanu (ROU) 3:09.63 QF
2.  József Deme, János Rátkai, József Kosztyán, and Zoltán Sztanity (HUN) 3:11.46 QF
3.  Borislav Borisov, Bozhidar Milenkov, Lazar Khristov, and Ivan Manev (BUL) 3:12.00 QF
4.  Stephen Brown, Douglas Parnham, Alain Williams, and Steven Hancock (GBR) 3:13.41
5.  Herbert Havlik, Dietmar Schlöglmann, Han Mayr, and Eduard Reisinger (AUT) 3:16.43
6.  Ron Stevens, Gert Jan Lebbnik, Jan Baaijens, and Rob van Weerdenburg (NED) 3:16.58

Final[edit]

The final was held on August 2.

Gold  Rüdiger Helm, Bernd Olbricht, Harald Marg, and Bernd Duvigneau (GDR) 3:13.76
Silver  Mihai Zaifu, Vasile Dîba, Ion Genatǎ, and Nicuşor Eşanu (ROU) 3:15.35
Bronze  Borislav Borisov, Bozhidar Milenkov, Lazar Khristov, and Ivan Manev (BUL) 3:15.46
4.  Ryszard Oborski, Grzegorz Kołtan, Daniel Wełna, and Grzegorz Śledziewski (POL) 3:16.33
5.  József Deme, János Rátkai, József Kosztyán, and Zoltán Sztanity (HUN) 3:17.27
6.  François Barouh, Patrick Berard, Philippe Boccara, and Patrick Lefoulen (FRA) 3:17.60
7.  Gennady Makhnev, Serhei Nahorny, Aleksandr Avdeyev, and Vladimir Trainikov (URS) 3:19.83
8.  Barry Kelly, Robert Lee, Ken Vidler, and Crosbie Baulch (AUS) 3:19.87
9.  Lars-Erik Moberg, Per Lundh, Torbjörn Thorsson, and Berndt Andersson (SWE) 3:20.74

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