Canoeing at the 2008 Summer Olympics – Men's K-2 1000 metres
|Canoeing at the|
2008 Summer Olympics
|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|
The men's K-2 1000 metres competition in canoeing at the 2008 Summer Olympics took place at the Shunyi Olympic Rowing-Canoeing Park in Beijing between August 18 and 22. The K-2 event is raced in two-person kayaks.
Competition consists of three rounds: the heats, the semifinals, and the final. All boats compete in the heats. The top 3 in each of the two heats advances directly to the final, while the next four finishers (places 4 through 7) in each heat move on to the semifinals. The top three finishers in each of the two semifinals join the heats winners in the final.
|Monday, August 18, 2008||16:50-17:10||Heats|
|Wednesday, August 20, 2008||16:20-16:30||Semifinal|
|Friday, August 22, 2008||16:35-16:50||Final|
| Andreas Ihle
and Martin Hollstein (GER)
| Kim Wraae Knudsen
and René Holten Poulsen (DEN)
| Andrea Facchin|
and Antonio Scaduto (ITA)
|1||Martin Hollstein, Andreas Ihle||Germany||3:15.987||QF|
|2||Kim Wraae Knudsen, René Holten Poulsen||Denmark||3:18.709||QF|
|3||Philippe Colin, Cyrille Carre||France||3:18.968||QF|
|4||Kevin De Bont, Bob Maesen||Belgium||3:21.604||QS|
|5||Shen Jie, Huang Zhipeng||China||3:26.443||QS|
|6||José Giovanni Ramos, Gabriel Rodríguez||Venezuela||3:31.569||QS|
|-||Markus Oscarsson, Anders Gustafsson||Sweden||-||Disqualified|
|1||Zoltán Kammerer, Gábor Kucsera||Hungary||3:17.636||QF|
|2||Adam Seroczyński, Mariusz Kujawski||Poland||3:18.282||QF|
|3||Andrea Facchin, Antonio Massimiliano Scaduto||Italy||3:18.897||QF|
|4||Mike Walker, Steven Ferguson||New Zealand||3:19.167||QS|
|5||Krists Straume, Kristaps Zaļupe||Latvia||3:23.198||QS|
|6||Mika Hokajärvi, Kalle Mikkonen||Finland||3:23.475||QS|
|7||Steven Jorens, Ryan Cuthbert||Canada||3:29.037||QS|
Sweden's disqualification as of 2009 was not given.
Qualification Rules: 1..3->Final, Rest Out
|1||Krists Straume, Kristaps Zaļupe||Latvia||3:23.408||QF|
|2||Mike Walker, Steven Ferguson||New Zealand||3:23.511||QF|
|3||Shen Jie, Huang Zhipeng||China||3:24.031||QF|
|4||Kevin De Bont, Bob Maesen||Belgium||3:24.148|
|5||Steven Jorens, Ryan Cuthbert||Canada||3:26.635|
|6||Mika Hokajärvi, Kalle Mikkonen||Finland||3:27.018|
|7||José Giovanni Ramos, Gabriel Rodríguez||Venezuela||3:27.423|
|Martin Hollstein, Andreas Ihle||Germany||3:11.809|
|Kim Wraae Knudsen, René Holten Poulsen||Denmark||3:13.580|
|Andrea Facchin, Antonio Massimiliano Scaduto||Italy||3:14.750|
|4||Zoltán Kammerer, Gábor Kucsera||Hungary||3:15.049|
|5||Mike Walker, Steven Ferguson||New Zealand||3:15.329|
|6||Philippe Colin, Cyrille Carre||France||3:16.532|
|7||Krists Straume, Kristaps Zaļupe||Latvia||3:19.387|
|8||Shen Jie, Huang Zhipeng||China||3:22.058|
|DSQ||Adam Seroczyński, Mariusz Kujawski||Poland||3:14.828||DSQ|
Poland finished fourth originally, but was disqualified when Seroczyński tested positive for doping. After a year of deliberation and court cases, it was determined on 11 December 2009 that Poland was disqualified. Additionally, Seroczyński was banned from competition for two years. He is the first canoer to fail a doping test in the Summer Olympics.
- Men's canoe/kayak flatwater racing: K-2 1000m.
- Sports-reference.com 2008 K-2 1000 m results.
- Yahoo! August 18, 2008 sprint heats results. - accessed August 19, 2008.
- Yahoo! August 20, 2008 sprint semifinal results. - accessed August 20, 2008.
- Yahoo! August 22, 2008 sprint final results. - accessed August 22, 2008.