Canoeing at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's C-1 1000 metres

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Men's canoe sprint C-1 1000 metres
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg
Venue Eton Dorney
Date 6 to 8 August
Competitors 17 from 17 nations
Winning time 3:47.176
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Sebastian Brendel  Germany
2nd, silver medalist(s) David Cal  Spain
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mark Oldershaw  Canada
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The men's canoe sprint C-1 1000 metres at the 2012 Olympic Games in London took place between 6 and 8 August at Eton Dorney.[1]

Competition format[edit]

The competition comprised heats, semifinals, and a final round. The top five boats from each heat, and the fastest loser, advanced to the semifinals. The top four boats in each semifinal advanced to the "A" final, and competed for medals. A placing "B" final was held for the other semifinalists.[2]

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+01:00)

Date Time Round
Monday 6 August 2012 09:54
11:14
Heats
Semifinals
Wednesday 8 August 2012 09:48 Finals

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First five and the best 6th placed rower are qualified for the semifinals.

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Mathieu Goubel  France 3:58.122 Q
2 Attila Vajda  Hungary 3:59.853 Q
3 Ilia Shtokalov  Russia 4:04.109 Q
4 Jake Donaghey  Australia 4:21.928 Q
5 Ndiatte Gueye  Senegal 4:33.884 Q
6 Rudolph Williams  Samoa 4:54.211

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 David Cal  Spain 3:54.590 Q
2 Mark Oldershaw  Canada 3:55.211 Q
3 Sebastian Brendel  Germany 3:56.469 Q
4 Everardo Cristóbal  Mexico 3:58.673 Q
5 Piotr Kuleta  Poland 4:04.889 Q
6 Fortunato Pacavira  Angola 4:39.723 q

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Iosif Chirilă  Romania 4:05.863 Q
2 Vadim Menkov  Uzbekistan 4:05.895 Q
3 Aliaksandr Zhukouski  Belarus 4:06.190 Q
4 Alexandr Dyadchuk  Kazakhstan 4:44.175 Q
5 Richard Jefferies  Great Britain 4:48.511 Q

Semifinals[edit]

The fastest four canoeists in each semifinal qualify for the 'A' final. The slowest four canoeists in each semifinal qualify for the 'B' final.

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Sebastian Brendel  Germany 3:52.122 Q
2 Attila Vajda  Hungary 3:52.365 Q
3 David Cal  Spain 3:52.767 Q
4 Vadim Menkov  Uzbekistan 3:53.257 Q
5 Piotr Kuleta  Poland 3:53.802
6 Jake Donaghey  Australia 4:26.202
7 Fortunato Pacavira  Angola 4:43.027
8 Alexandr Dyadchuk  Kazakhstan 4:56.724

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Mathieu Goubel  France 3:51.811 Q
2 Mark Oldershaw  Canada 3:52.197 Q
3 Ilia Shtokalov  Russia 3:53.305 Q
4 Aliaksandr Zhukouski  Belarus 3:54.002 Q
5 Everardo Cristóbal  Mexico 3:54.590
6 Iosif Chirilă  Romania 4:07.794
7 Ndiatte Gueye  Senegal 4:37.171
8 Richard Jefferies  Great Britain 4:49.874

Finals[edit]

Final B[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time
1 Piotr Kuleta  Poland 3:54.414
2 Everardo Cristóbal  Mexico 3:56.118
3 Iosif Chirilă  Romania 3:59.730
4 Jake Donaghey  Australia 4:22.005
5 Ndiatte Gueye  Senegal 4:32.251
6 Fortunato Pacavira  Angola 4:35.017
7 Richard Jefferies  Great Britain 4:42.992
8 Alexandr Dyadchuk  Kazakhstan 4:55.737

Final A[edit]

Rank Canoer Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Sebastian Brendel  Germany 3:47.176
2nd, silver medalist(s) David Cal  Spain 3:48.053
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Mark Oldershaw  Canada 3:48.502
4 Vadim Menkov  Uzbekistan 3:49.255
5 Mathieu Goubel  France 3:50.758
6 Attila Vajda  Hungary 3:50.926
7 Aliaksandr Zhukouski  Belarus 3:51.166
8 Ilia Shtokalov  Russia 3:51.535

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