Canoeing at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's C-1 1000 metres

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The men's C-1 1000 metres event was an open-style, individual canoeing event conducted as part of the Canoeing at the 2000 Summer Olympics program.

Medallists[edit]

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
 Andreas Dittmer (GER)  Ledis Balceiro (CUB)  Stephen Giles (CAN)

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

18 competitors were entered on 26 September. The top three finishers in each heat moved on to the final. Fourth through seventh-place finishers from each heat and the fastest eighth-place finisher advanced to the semifinal

Heat 1 of 2
Date: Tuesday 26 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Time Qual.
1 Ledis Balceiro  Cuba 3:55.120 QF
2 Stephen Giles  Canada 3:55.396 QF
3 Peter Páleš  Slovakia 3:58.036 QF
4 Efims Klementjevs  Latvia 3:58.840 QS
5 Nikolay Bukhalov  Bulgaria 3:59.092 QS
6 Maxim Opalev  Russia 4:00.568 QS
7 György Zala  Hungary 4:00.754 QS
8 Kaysar Nurmaganbetov  Kazakhstan 4:01.438 QS
9 Nikica Ljubek  Croatia 4:10.954
Heat 2 of 2
Date: Tuesday 26 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Time Qual.
1 Andreas Dittmer  Germany 3:53.962 QF
2 Martin Doktor  Czech Republic 3:55.216 QF
3 Christian Frederiksen  Norway 3:55.378 QF
4 Éric le Leuch  France 3:55.726 QS
5 Florin Huidu  Romania 3:56.770 QS
6 Andreas Kilingaridis  Greece 4:01.042 QS
7 José Manuel Crespo  Spain 4:04.628 QS
8 Jordan Malloch  United States 4:05.440
9 Daniel Jędraszko  Poland 4:25.726

Overall Results Heats

Heats
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Place Time Qual.
1 Andreas Dittmer  Germany 2 1 3:53.962 QF
2 Ledis Balceiro  Cuba 1 1 3:55.120 QF
3 Martin Doktor  Czech Republic 2 2 3:55.216 QF
4 Christian Frederiksen  Norway 2 3 3:55.378 QF
5 Stephen Giles  Canada 1 2 3:55.396 QF
6 Éric le Leuch  France 2 4 3:55.726 QS
7 Florin Huidu  Romania 2 5 3:56.770 QS
8 Peter Páleš  Slovakia 1 3 3:58.036 QF
9 Efims Klementjevs  Latvia 1 4 3:58.840 QS
10 Nikolay Bukhalov  Bulgaria 1 5 3:59.092 QS
11 Maxim Opalev  Russia 1 6 4:00.568 QS
12 György Zala  Hungary 1 7 4:00.754 QS
13 Andreas Kilingaridis  Greece 2 6 4:01.042 QS
14 Kaysar Nurmaganbetov  Kazakhstan 1 8 4:01.438 QS
15 José Manuel Crespo  Spain 2 7 4:04.628 QS
16 Jordan Malloch  United States 2 8 4:05.440
17 Nikica Ljubek  Croatia 1 9 4:10.954
18 Daniel Jędraszko  Poland 2 9 4:25.726

Semifinal[edit]

The top three finishers in the semifinal advanced to the final.

Semifinal
Date: Thursday 28 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Time Qual.
1 Maxim Opalev  Russia 4:01.222 QF
2 Efims Klementjevs  Latvia 4:01.300 QF
3 Éric le Leuch  France 4:02.038 QF
4 György Zala  Hungary 4:03.226
5 Florin Huidu  Romania 4:03.910
6 José Manuel Crespo  Spain 4:04.042
7 Kaysar Nurmagambetov  Kazakhstan 4:05.206
8 Nikolay Bukhalov  Bulgaria 4:05.236
Andreas Kilingaridis  Greece DISQ

Kilingaridis's disqualification was not disclosed in the official report.

Final[edit]

Final
Date: Saturday 30 September 2000
Place Athlete Nation Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Andreas Dittmer  Germany 3:54.379
2nd, silver medalist(s) Ledis Balceiro  Cuba 3:56.071
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Stephen Giles  Canada 3:56.437
4 Éric le Leuch  France 3:57.217
5 Christian Frederiksen  Norway 3:58.159
6 Maxim Opalev  Russia 4:04.042
7 Efims Klementjevs  Latvia 4:00.931
8 Martin Doktor  Czech Republic 4:02.335
9 Peter Páleš  Slovakia 4:03.091

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