Canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's K-2 500 metres

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Canoeing at the
2004 Summer Olympics
Slalom
Canoeing (slalom) pictogram.svg
C-1 men
C-2 men
K-1 men women
Sprint
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg
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 K-2 500 metres competition in canoeing at the 2004 Summer Olympics. The K-2 event is raced by two-man canoe sprint kayaks.

Medalists[edit]

Gold Gold Silver Silver Bronze Bronze
 Ronald Rauhe
and Tim Wieskötter (GER)
 Clint Robinson
and Nathan Baggaley (AUS)
 Raman Piatrushenka
and Vadzim Makhneu (BLR)

Heats[edit]

The 19 teams first raced in three heats. The top finisher in each heat moved directly to the final, and all other teams advanced to the semifinals. No teams were eliminated in the heats. The heats were raced on August 24.

Heat Place Athlete Country Time Notes
1 1 Ronald Rauhe and Tim Wieskötter  Germany 1:28.866 QF
1 2 Zoltán Kammerer and Botond Storcz  Hungary 1:31.166 QS
1 3 Damian Vindel and Francisco Llera  Spain 1:32.846 QS
1 4 Yordan Yordanov and Ivan Hristov  Bulgaria 1:33.222 QS
1 5 Lasse Nielsen and Mads Kongsgaard Madsen  Denmark 1:33.938 QS
1 6 Marian Baban and Stefan Vasile  Romania 1:34.410 QS
1 7 Aleksey Babadjanov and Sergey Borzov  Uzbekistan 1:34.782 QS
2 1 Raman Piatrushenka and Vadzim Makhneu  Belarus 1:28.925 QF
2 2 Markus Oscarsson and Henrik Nilsson  Sweden 1:29.717 QS
2 3 Anatoli Tishchenko and Vladimir Grushikhin  Russia 1:30.761 QS
2 4 Clint Robinson and Nathan Baggaley  Australia 1:30.869 QS
2 5 Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi  Italy 1:33.565 QS
2 6 Yin Yijun and Wang Lei  China 1:37.061 QS
3 1 Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki  Poland 1:29.069 QF
3 2 Alvydas Duonėla and Egidijus Balčiūnas  Lithuania 1:30.521 QS
3 3 Ognjen Filipović and Dragan Zorić  Serbia and Montenegro 1:30.665 QS
3 4 Bartosz Wolski and Rami Zur  United States 1:31.893 QS
3 5 Steven Jorens and Richard Dober  Canada 1:31.985 QS
3 6 Sebastian Cuattrin and Sebastian Szubski  Brazil 1:35.917 QS

Semifinals[edit]

The top three finishers in each of the two semifinal races qualified for the final. Fourth place and higher teams were eliminated. The semifinals were raced on August 26.

Semifinal 1
1.  Zoltán Kammerer and Botond Storcz (HUN) 1:30.438 QF
2.  Anatoli Tishchenko and Vladimir Grushikhin (RUS) 1:31.786 QF
3.  Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi (ITA) 1:31.830 QF
4.  Ognjen Filipović and Dragan Zorić (SCG) 1:32.150
5.  Yordan Yordanov and Ivan Hristov (BUL) 1:33.182
6.  Bartosz Wolski and Rami Zur (USA) 1:33.482
7.  Marian Baban and Stefan Vasile (ROU) 1:34.398
8.  Sebastian Cuattrin and Sebastian Szubski (BRA) 1:37.466
Semifinal 2
1.  Alvydas Duonėla and Egidijus Balčiūnas (LTU) 1:30.270 QF
2.  Clint Robinson and Nathan Baggaley (AUS) 1:30.710 QF
3.  Damian Vindel and Francisco Llera (ESP) 1:30.998 QF
4.  Markus Oscarsson and Henrik Nilsson (SWE) 1:31.030
5.  Lasse Nielsen and Mads Kongsgaard Madsen (DEN) 1:33.482
6.  Aleksey Babadjanov and Sergey Borzov (UZB) 1:33.654
7.  Steven Jorens and Richard Dober (CAN) 1:34.318
8.  Yin Yijun and Wang Lei (CHN) 1:38.554

Final[edit]

The final was raced on August 28.

Gold  Ronald Rauhe and Tim Wieskötter (GER) 1:27.040
Silver  Clint Robinson and Nathan Baggaley (AUS) 1:27.920
Bronze  Raman Piatrushenka and Vadzim Makhneu (BLR) 1:27.996
4.  Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki (POL) 1:28.048
5.  Zoltán Kammerer and Botond Storcz (HUN) 1:29.096
6.  Damian Vindel and Francisco Llera (ESP) 1:29.532
7.  Alvydas Duonėla and Egidijus Balčiūnas (LTU) 1:29.868
8.  Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi (ITA) 1:30.804
9.  Anatoli Tishchenko and Vladimir Grushikhin (RUS) 1:31.048

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