List of Olympic medalists in canoeing (men)

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This is the complete list of men's Olympic medalists in canoeing.

Current program[edit]

Slalom[edit]

C-1[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
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 Reinhard Eiben (GDR)  Reinhold Kauder (FRG)  James McEwan (USA)
1976–1988 not included in the Olympic program
1992 Barcelona
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 Lukáš Pollert (TCH)  Gareth Marriott (GBR)  Jacky Avril (FRA)
1996 Atlanta
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 Michal Martikán (SVK)  Lukáš Pollert (CZE)  Patrice Estanguet (FRA)
2000 Sydney
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 Tony Estanguet (FRA)  Michal Martikán (SVK)  Juraj Minčík (SVK)
2004 Athens
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 Tony Estanguet (FRA)  Michal Martikán (SVK)  Stefan Pfannmöller (GER)
2008 Beijing
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 Michal Martikán (SVK)  David Florence (GBR)  Robin Bell (AUS)
2012 London
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 Tony Estanguet (FRA)  Sideris Tasiadis (GER)  Michal Martikán (SVK)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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 Denis Chanut (FRA)  Matej Beňuš (SVK)  Takuya Haneda (JPN)

C-2[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
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 Walter Hofmann
and Rolf-Dieter Amend (GDR)
 Wilhelm Baues
and Hans-Otto Schumacher (FRG)
 Jean-Louis Olry
and Jean-Claude Olry (FRA)
1976–1988 not included in the Olympic program
1992 Barcelona
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 Joe Jacobi
and Scott Strausbaugh (USA)
 Jiří Rohan
and Miroslav Šimek (TCH)
 Frank Adisson
and Wilfrid Forgues (FRA)
1996 Atlanta
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 Frank Adisson
and Wilfrid Forgues (FRA)
 Jiří Rohan
and Miroslav Šimek (CZE)
 André Ehrenberg
and Michael Senft (GER)
2000 Sydney
details
 Pavol Hochschorner
and Peter Hochschorner (SVK)
 Krzysztof Kołomański
and Michał Staniszewski (POL)
 Marek Jiras
and Tomáš Máder (CZE)
2004 Athens
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 Pavol Hochschorner
and Peter Hochschorner (SVK)
 Marcus Becker
and Stefan Henze (GER)
 Jaroslav Volf
and Ondřej Štěpánek (CZE)
2008 Beijing
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 Pavol Hochschorner
and Peter Hochschorner (SVK)
 Ondřej Štěpánek
and Jaroslav Volf (CZE)
 Mikhail Kuznetsov
and Dmitry Larionov (RUS)
2012 London
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 Timothy Baillie
and Etienne Stott (GBR)
 David Florence
and Richard Hounslow (GBR)
 Pavol Hochschorner
and Peter Hochschorner (SVK)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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 Ladislav Škantár
and Peter Škantár (SVK)
 David Florence
and Richard Hounslow (GBR)
 Gauthier Klauss
and Matthieu Péché (FRA)

K-1[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1972 Munich
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Siegbert Horn
 East Germany
Norbert Sattler
 Austria
Harald Gimpel
 East Germany
1976–1988 not included in the Olympic program
1992 Barcelona
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Pierpaolo Ferrazzi
 Italy
Sylvain Curinier
 France
Jochen Lettmann
 Germany
1996 Atlanta
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Oliver Fix
 Germany
Andraž Vehovar
 Slovenia
Thomas Becker
 Germany
2000 Sydney
details
Thomas Schmidt
 Germany
Paul Ratcliffe
 Great Britain
Pierpaolo Ferrazzi
 Italy
2004 Athens
details
Benoît Peschier
 France
Campbell Walsh
 Great Britain
Fabien Lefèvre
 France
2008 Beijing
details
Alexander Grimm
 Germany
Fabien Lefèvre
 France
Benjamin Boukpeti
 Togo
2012 London
details
Daniele Molmenti
 Italy
Vavřinec Hradilek
 Czech Republic
Hannes Aigner
 Germany
2016 Rio de Janeiro
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Joseph Clarke
 Great Britain
Peter Kauzer
 Slovenia
Jiří Prskavec
 Czech Republic

Sprint[edit]

C-1 200 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2012 London
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 Yuriy Cheban (UKR)  Jevgenij Shuklin (LTU)  Ivan Shtyl (RUS)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Yuriy Cheban (UKR)  Valentin Demyanenko (AZE)  Isaquias Queiroz (BRA)

C-1 1000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
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Frank Amyot
 Canada
Bohuslav Karlík
 Czechoslovakia
Erich Koschik
 Germany
1948 London
details
Josef Holeček
 Czechoslovakia
Douglas Bennett
 Canada
Robert Boutigny
 France
1952 Helsinki
details
Josef Holeček
 Czechoslovakia
János Parti
 Hungary
Olavi Ojanperä
 Finland
1956 Melbourne
details
Leon Rotman
 Romania
István Hernek
 Hungary
Gennady Bukharin
 Soviet Union
1960 Rome
details
János Parti
 Hungary
Aleksandr Silayev
 Soviet Union
Leon Rotman
 Romania
1964 Tokyo
details
Jürgen Eschert
 United Team of Germany
Andrei Igorov
 Romania
Yevgeny Penyayev
 Soviet Union
1968 Mexico City
details
Tibor Tatai
 Hungary
Detlef Lewe
 West Germany
Vitaly Galkov
 Soviet Union
1972 Munich
details
Ivan Patzaichin
 Romania
Tamás Wichmann
 Hungary
Detlef Lewe
 West Germany
1976 Montreal
details
Matija Ljubek
 Yugoslavia
Vasyl Yurchenko
 Soviet Union
Tamás Wichmann
 Hungary
1980 Moscow
details
Lyubomir Lyubenov
 Bulgaria
Sergei Postrekhin
 Soviet Union
Eckhard Leue
 East Germany
1984 Los Angeles
details
Ulrich Eicke
 West Germany
Larry Cain
 Canada
Henning Lynge Jakobsen
 Denmark
1988 Seoul
details
Ivans Klementjevs
 Soviet Union
Jörg Schmidt
 East Germany
Nikolay Bukhalov
 Bulgaria
1992 Barcelona
details
Nikolay Bukhalov
 Bulgaria
Ivans Klementjevs
 Latvia
György Zala
 Hungary
1996 Atlanta
details
Martin Doktor
 Czech Republic
Ivans Klementjevs
 Latvia
György Zala
 Hungary
2000 Sydney
details
Andreas Dittmer
 Germany
Ledis Balceiro
 Cuba
Stephen Giles
 Canada
2004 Athens
details
David Cal
 Spain
Andreas Dittmer
 Germany
Attila Vajda
 Hungary
2008 Beijing
details
Attila Vajda
 Hungary
David Cal
 Spain
Thomas Hall
 Canada
2012 London
details
Sebastian Brendel
 Germany
David Cal
 Spain
Mark Oldershaw
 Canada
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Sebastian Brendel
 Germany
Isaquias Queiroz
 Brazil
Ilia Shtokalov
 Russia

C-2 1000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Jan Brzák-Felix
and Vladimír Syrovátka (TCH)
 Rupert Weinstabl
and Karl Proisl (AUT)[1]
 Frank Saker
and Harvey Charters (CAN)
1948 London
details
 Jan Brzák-Felix
and Bohumil Kudrna (TCH)
 Steven Lysak
and Stephen Macknowski (USA)
 Georges Dransart
and Georges Gandil (FRA)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Bent Peder Rasch
and Finn Haunstoft (DEN)
 Jan Brzák-Felix
and Bohumil Kudrna (TCH)
 Egon Drews
and Wilfried Soltau (GER)
1956 Melbourne
details
 Alexe Dumitru
and Simion Ismailciuc (ROU)
 Pavel Kharin
and Gratsian Botev (URS)
 Károly Wieland
and Ferenc Mohácsi (HUN)
1960 Rome
details
 Leonid Geishtor
and Sergei Makarenko (URS)
 Aldo Dezi
and Francesco La Macchia (ITA)
 Imre Farkas
and András Törő (HUN)
1964 Tokyo
details
 Andrei Khimich
and Stepan Oshchepkov (URS)
 Jean Boudehen
and Michel Chapuis (FRA)
 Peer Nielsen
and John Sørensen (DEN)
1968 Mexico City
details
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Serghei Covaliov (ROU)
 Tamás Wichmann
and Gyula Petrikovics (HUN)
 Naum Prokupets
and Mikhail Zamotin (URS)
1972 Munich
details
 Vladas Česiūnas
and Yuri Lobanov (URS)
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Serghei Covaliov (ROU)
 Fedia Damianov
and Ivan Burtchin (BUL)
1976 Montreal
details
 Serhei Petrenko
and Aleksandr Vinogradov (URS)
 Gheorge Danielov
and Gheorghe Simionov (ROU)
 Tamás Buday
and Oszkár Frey (HUN)
1980 Moscow
details
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Toma Simionov (ROU)
 Olaf Heukrodt
and Uwe Madeja (GDR)
 Vasyl Yurchenko
and Yuri Lobanov (URS)
1984 Los Angeles
details
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Toma Simionov (ROU)
 Matija Ljubek
and Mirko Nišović (YUG)
 Didier Hoyer
and Eric Renaud (FRA)
1988 Seoul
details
 Viktor Reneysky
and Nicolae Juravschi (URS)
 Olaf Heukrodt
and Ingo Spelly (GDR)
 Marek Dopierała
and Marek Łbik (POL)
1992 Barcelona
details
 Ulrich Papke
and Ingo Spelly (GER)
 Arne Nielsson
and Christian Frederiksen (DEN)
 Didier Hoyer
and Olivier Boivin (FRA)
1996 Atlanta
details
 Andreas Dittmer
and Gunar Kirchbach (GER)
 Marcel Glavan
and Antonel Borsan (ROU)
 Csaba Horváth
and György Kolonics (HUN)
2000 Sydney
details
 Florin Popescu
and Mitică Pricop (ROU)
 Ibrahim Rojas
and Leobaldo Pereira (CUB)
 Stefan Uteß
and Lars Kober (GER)
2004 Athens
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 Christian Gille
and Tomasz Wylenzek (GER)
 Aleksandr Kostoglod
and Aleksandr Kovalyov (RUS)
 György Kozmann
and György Kolonics (HUN)
2008 Beijing
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 Andrei Bahdanovich
and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich (BLR)
 Christian Gille
and Tomasz Wylenzek (GER)
 György Kozmann
and Tamás Kiss (HUN)
2012 London
details
 Peter Kretschmer
and Kurt Kuschela (GER)
 Andrei Bahdanovich
and Aliaksandr Bahdanovich (BLR)
 Alexey Korovashkov
and Ilya Pervukhin (RUS)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Sebastian Brendel
and Jan Vandrey (GER)
 Erlon Silva
and Isaquias Queiroz (BRA)
 Dmytro Ianchuk
and Taras Mishchuk (UKR)

K-1 200 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2012 London
details
 Ed McKeever (GBR)  Saúl Craviotto (ESP)  Mark de Jonge (CAN)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Liam Heath (GBR)  Maxime Beaumont (FRA)  Saúl Craviotto (ESP)
 Ronald Rauhe (GER)

K-1 1000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
Gregor Hradetzky
 Austria
Helmut Cämmerer
 Germany
Jaap Kraaier
 Netherlands
1948 London
details
Gert Fredriksson
 Sweden
Johan Andersen
 Denmark
Henri Eberhardt
 France
1952 Helsinki
details
Gert Fredriksson
 Sweden
Thorvald Strömberg
 Finland
Louis Gantois
 France
1956 Melbourne
details
Gert Fredriksson
 Sweden
Igor Pissarov
 Soviet Union
Lajos Kiss
 Hungary
1960 Rome
details
Erik Hansen
 Denmark
Imre Szöllősi
 Hungary
Gert Fredriksson
 Sweden
1964 Tokyo
details
Rolf Peterson
 Sweden
Mihály Hesz
 Hungary
Aurel Vernescu
 Romania
1968 Mexico City
details
Mihály Hesz
 Hungary
Aleksandr Shaparenko
 Soviet Union
Erik Hansen
 Denmark
1972 Munich
details
Aleksandr Shaparenko
 Soviet Union
Rolf Peterson
 Sweden
Géza Csapó
 Hungary
1976 Montreal
details
Rüdiger Helm
 East Germany
Géza Csapó
 Hungary
Vasile Dîba
 Romania
1980 Moscow
details
Rüdiger Helm
 East Germany
Alain Lebas
 France
Ion Bîrlădeanu
 Romania
1984 Los Angeles
details
Alan Thompson
 New Zealand
Milan Janić
 Yugoslavia
Greg Barton
 United States
1988 Seoul
details
Greg Barton
 United States
Grant Davies
 Australia
André Wohllebe
 East Germany
1992 Barcelona
details
Clint Robinson
 Australia
Knut Holmann
 Norway
Greg Barton
 United States
1996 Atlanta
details
Knut Holmann
 Norway
Beniamino Bonomi
 Italy
Clint Robinson
 Australia
2000 Sydney
details
Knut Holmann
 Norway
Petar Merkov
 Bulgaria
Tim Brabants
 Great Britain
2004 Athens
details
Eirik Verås Larsen
 Norway
Ben Fouhy
 New Zealand
Adam van Koeverden
 Canada
2008 Beijing
details
Tim Brabants
 Great Britain
Eirik Verås Larsen
 Norway
Ken Wallace
 Australia
2012 London
details
Eirik Verås Larsen
 Norway
Adam van Koeverden
 Canada
Max Hoff
 Germany
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
Marcus Walz
 Spain
Josef Dostál
 Czech Republic
Roman Anoshkin
 Russia

K-2 200 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
2012 London
details
 Alexander Dyachenko
and Yury Postrigay (RUS)
 Raman Piatrushenka
and Vadzim Makhneu (BLR)
 Liam Heath
and Jon Schofield (GBR)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Saúl Craviotto
and Cristian Toro (ESP)
 Liam Heath
and Jon Schofield (GBR)
 Aurimas Lankas
and Edvinas Ramanauskas (LTU)

K-2 1000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Adolf Kainz
and Alfons Dorfner (AUT)
 Ewald Tilker
and Fritz Bondroit (GER)
 Nicolaas Tates
and Wim van der Kroft (NED)
1948 London
details
 Hans Berglund
and Lennart Klingström (SWE)
 Ejvind Hansen
and Jakob Jensen (DEN)
 Thor Axelsson
and Nils Björklöf (FIN)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Kurt Wires
and Yrjö Hietanen (FIN)
 Lars Glasser
and Ingemar Hedberg (SWE)
 Maximilian Raub
and Herbert Wiedermann (AUT)
1956 Melbourne
details
 Meinrad Miltenberger
and Michel Scheuer (EUA)
 Anatoly Demitkov
and Mikhail Kaaleste (URS)
 Maximilian Raub
and Herbert Wiedermann (AUT)
1960 Rome
details
 Gert Fredriksson
and Sven-Olov Sjödelius (SWE)
 György Mészáros
and András Szente (HUN)
 Stefan Kapłaniak
and Władysław Zieliński (POL)
1964 Tokyo
details
 Gunnar Utterberg
and Sven-Olov Sjödelius (SWE)
 Antonius Geurts
and Paul Hoekstra (NED)
 Heinz Büker
and Holger Zander (EUA)
1968 Mexico City
details
 Aleksandr Shaparenko
and Vladimir Morozov (URS)
 Csaba Giczi
and István Timár (HUN)
 Gerhard Siebold
and Günther Pfaff (AUT)
1972 Munich
details
 Nikolai Gorbachev
and Viktor Kratasyuk (URS)
 József Deme
and János Rátkai (HUN)
 Władysław Szuzkiewicz
and Rafał Piszcz (POL)
1976 Montreal
details
 Serhei Nahorny
and Vladimir Romanovsky (URS)
 Joachim Mattern
and Bernd Olbricht (GDR)
 Zoltán Bakó
and István Szabó (HUN)
1980 Moscow
details
 Sergei Chukhray
and Vladimir Parfenovich (URS)
 István Szabó
and István Joós (HUN)
 Luis Gregorio Ramos
and Herminio Menéndez (ESP)
1984 Los Angeles
details
 Hugh Fisher
and Alwyn Morris (CAN)
 Bernard Brégeon
and Patrick Lefoulen (FRA)
 Barry Kelly
and Grant Kenny (AUS)
1988 Seoul
details
 Greg Barton
and Norman Bellingham (USA)
 Ian Ferguson
and Paul MacDonald (NZL)
 Peter Foster
and Kelvin Graham (AUS)
1992 Barcelona
details
 Kay Bluhm
and Torsten Gutsche (GER)
 Gunnar Olsson
and Kalle Sundqvist (SWE)
 Grzegorz Kotowicz
and Dariusz Białkowski (POL)
1996 Atlanta
details
 Antonio Rossi
and Daniele Scarpa (ITA)
 Kay Bluhm
and Torsten Gutsche (GER)
 Andrian Dushev
and Milko Kazanov (BUL)
2000 Sydney
details
 Antonio Rossi
and Beniamino Bonomi (ITA)
 Markus Oscarsson
and Henrik Nilsson (SWE)
 Krisztián Bártfai
and Krisztián Veréb (HUN)
2004 Athens
details
 Markus Oscarsson
and Henrik Nilsson (SWE)
 Antonio Rossi
and Beniamino Bonomi (ITA)
 Eirik Verås Larsen
and Nils Olav Fjeldheim (NOR)
2008 Beijing
details
 Andreas Ihle
and Martin Hollstein (GER)
 Kim Wraae Knudsen
and René Holten Poulsen (DEN)
 Andrea Facchin
and Antonio Scaduto (ITA)
2012 London
details
 Rudolf Dombi
and Roland Kökény (HUN)
 Fernando Pimenta
and Emanuel Silva (POR)
 Andreas Ihle
and Martin Hollstein (GER)
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Max Rendschmidt
and Marcus Gross (GER)
 Marko Tomićević
and Milenko Zorić (SRB)
 Ken Wallace
and Lachlan Tame (AUS)

K-4 1000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1964 Tokyo
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Nikolai Chuzhikov
Anatoli Grishin
Vyacheslav Ionov
Vladimir Morozov
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Günther Perleberg
Bernhard Schulze
Friedhelm Wentzke
Holger Zander
 Romania (ROU)
Simion Cuciuc
Atanase Sciotnic
Mihai Ţurcaş
Aurel Vernescu
1968 Mexico City
details
 Norway (NOR)
Steinar Amundsen
Tore Berger
Egil Søby
Jan Johansen
 Romania (ROU)
Anton Calenic
Haralambie Ivanov
Dimitrie Ivanov
Mihai Ţurcaş
 Hungary (HUN)
Csaba Giczy
Imre Szöllősi
István Timár
István Csizmadia
1972 Munich
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Yuri Filatov
Yuri Stetsenko
Valeri Didenko
Vladimir Morozov
 Romania (ROU)
Aurel Vernescu
Mihai Zafiu
Roman Vartolomeu
Atanase Sciotnic
 Norway (NOR)
Egil Søby
Steinar Amundsen
Tore Berger
Jan Johansen
1976 Montreal
details
 Soviet Union (URS)
Sergei Chukhray
Aleksandr Degtyarev
Yuri Filatov
Vladimir Morozov
 Spain (ESP)
José María Esteban
José Ramón López
Herminio Menéndez
Luis Gregorio Ramos
 East Germany (GDR)
Frank-Peter Bischof
Bernd Duvigneau
Rüdiger Helm
Jürgen Lehnert
1980 Moscow
details
 East Germany (GDR)
Rüdiger Helm
Bernd Olbricht
Harald Marg
Bernd Duvigneau
 Romania (ROU)
Mihai Zafiu
Vasile Dîba
Ion Geantă
Nicuşor Eşanu
 Bulgaria (BUL)
Borislav Borisov
Bozhidar Milenkov
Lazar Khristov
Ivan Manev
1984 Los Angeles
details
 New Zealand (NZL)
Grant Bramwell
Ian Ferguson
Paul MacDonald
Alan Thompson
 Sweden (SWE)
Per-Inge Bengtsson
Tommy Karls
Lars-Erik Moberg
Thomas Ohlsson
 France (FRA)
François Barouh
Philippe Boccara
Pascal Boucherit
Didier Vavasseur
1988 Seoul
details
 Hungary (HUN)
Zsolt Gyulay
Ferenc Csipes
Sándor Hódosi
Attila Ábrahám
 Soviet Union (URS)
Aleksandr Motuzenko
Sergey Kirsanov
Igor Nagayev
Viktor Denisov
 East Germany (GDR)
Kay Bluhm
André Wohllebe
Andreas Stähle
Hans-Jörg Bliesener
1992 Barcelona
details
 Germany (GER)
Mario Von Appen
Oliver Kegel
Thomas Reineck
André Wohllebe
 Hungary (HUN)
Ferenc Csipes
Zsolt Gyulay
Attila Ábrahám
László Fidel
 Australia (AUS)
Ramon Andersson
Kelvin Graham
Ian Rowling
Steven Wood
1996 Atlanta
details
 Germany (GER)
Thomas Reineck
Olaf Winter
Detlef Hofmann
Mark Zabel
 Hungary (HUN)
András Rajna
Gábor Horváth
Ferenc Csipes
Attila Adrovicz
 Russia (RUS)
Oleg Gorobiy
Sergey Verlin
Georgiy Tsybulnikov
Anatoli Tishchenko
2000 Sydney
details
 Hungary (HUN)
Zoltán Kammerer
Botond Storcz
Ákos Vereckei
Gábor Horváth
 Germany (GER)
Jan Schäfer
Mark Zabel
Björn Bach
Stefan Ulm
 Poland (POL)
Grzegorz Kotowicz
Adam Seroczyński
Dariusz Białkowski
Marek Witkowski
2004 Athens
details
 Hungary (HUN)
Zoltán Kammerer
Botond Storcz
Ákos Vereckei
Gábor Horváth
 Germany (GER)
Andreas Ihle
Mark Zabel
Björn Bach
Stefan Ulm
 Slovakia (SVK)
Richard Riszdorfer
Michal Riszdorfer
Erik Vlček
Juraj Bača
2008 Beijing
details
 Belarus (BLR)
Raman Piatrushenka
Aliaksei Abalmasau
Artur Litvinchuk
Vadzim Makhneu
 Slovakia (SVK)
Richard Riszdorfer
Michal Riszdorfer
Erik Vlček
Juraj Tarr
 Germany (GER)
Lutz Altepost
Norman Bröckl
Torsten Eckbrett
Björn Goldschmidt
2012 London
details
 Australia (AUS)
Tate Smith
Dave Smith
Murray Stewart
Jacob Clear
 Hungary (HUN)
Zoltán Kammerer
Dávid Tóth
Tamás Kulifai
Dániel Pauman
 Czech Republic (CZE)
Daniel Havel
Lukáš Trefil
Josef Dostál
Jan Štĕrba
2016 Rio de Janeiro
details
 Germany (GER)
Max Rendschmidt
Tom Liebscher
Max Hoff
Marcus Gross
 Slovakia (SVK)
Denis Myšák
Erik Vlček
Juraj Tarr
Tibor Linka
 Czech Republic (CZE)
Daniel Havel
Lukáš Trefil
Josef Dostál
Jan Štěrba

Discontinued events[edit]

Sprint[edit]

C-1 500 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1976 Montreal
details
Aleksandr Rogov
 Soviet Union
John Wood
 Canada
Matija Ljubek
 Yugoslavia
1980 Moscow
details
Sergei Postrekhin
 Soviet Union
Lyubomir Lyubenov
 Bulgaria
Olaf Heukrodt
 East Germany
1984 Los Angeles
details
Larry Cain
 Canada
Henning Lynge Jakobsen
 Denmark
Costicǎ Olaru
 Romania
1988 Seoul
details
Olaf Heukrodt
 East Germany
Michał Śliwiński
 Soviet Union
Martin Marinov
 Bulgaria
1992 Barcelona
details
Nikolay Bukhalov
 Bulgaria
Michał Śliwiński
 Unified Team
Olaf Heukrodt
 Germany
1996 Atlanta
details
Martin Doktor
 Czech Republic
Slavomír Kňazovický
 Slovakia
Imre Pulai
 Hungary
2000 Sydney
details
György Kolonics
 Hungary
Maxim Opalev
 Russia
Andreas Dittmer
 Germany
2004 Athens
details
Andreas Dittmer
 Germany
David Cal
 Spain
Maxim Opalev
 Russia
2008 Beijing
details
Maxim Opalev
 Russia
David Cal
 Spain
Yuriy Cheban
 Ukraine

C-2 500 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1976 Montreal
details
 Serhei Petrenko
and Aleksandr Vinogradov (URS)
 Jerzy Opara
and Andrzej Gronowicz (POL)
 Tamás Buday
and Oszkár Frey (HUN)
1980 Moscow
details
 László Foltán
and István Vaskúti (HUN)
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Petre Capusta (ROU)
 Borislav Ananiev
and Nikolai Ilkov (BUL)
1984 Los Angeles
details
 Matija Ljubek
and Mirko Nišović (YUG)
 Ivan Patzaichin
and Toma Simionov (ROU)
 Enrique Míguez
and Narcisco Suárez (ESP)
1988 Seoul
details
 Viktor Reneysky
and Nicolae Juravschi (URS)
 Marek Dopierała
and Marek Łbik (POL)
 Philippe Renaud
and Joël Bettin (FRA)
1992 Barcelona
details
 Dmitri Dovgalenok
and Aleksandr Maseikov (EUN)
 Ulrich Papke
and Ingo Spelly (GER)
 Martin Marinov
and Blagovest Stoyanov (BUL)
1996 Atlanta
details
 György Kolonics
and Csaba Horváth (HUN)
 Viktor Reneysky
and Nicolae Juravschi (MDA)
 Gheorghe Andriev
and Grigore Obreja (ROU)
2000 Sydney
details
 Ferenc Novák
and Imre Pulai (HUN)
 Daniel Jędraszko
and Paweł Baraszkiewicz (POL)
 Mitică Pricop
and Florin Popescu (ROU)
2004 Athens
details
 Meng Guanliang
and Yang Wenjun (CHN)
 Ibrahim Rojas
and Ledis Balceiro (CUB)
 Alexander Kostoglod
and Aleksandr Kovalyov (RUS)
2008 Beijing
details
 Meng Guanliang
and Yang Wenjun (CHN)
 Sergey Ulegin
and Alexander Kostoglod (RUS)
 Christian Gille
and Thomasz Wylenzek (GER)

C-1 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1948 London
details
 František Čapek (TCH)  Frank Havens (USA)  Norman Lane (CAN)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Frank Havens (USA)  Gábor Novák (HUN)  Alfréd Jindra (TCH)
1956 Melbourne
details
 Leon Rotman (ROU)  János Parti (HUN)  Gennady Bukharin (URS)

C-2 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Václav Mottl
and Zdeněk Škrland (TCH)
 Frank Saker
and Harvey Charters (CAN)
 Rupert Weinstabl
and Karl Proisl (AUT)
1948 London
details
 Steven Lysak
and Stephen Macknowski (USA)
 Václav Havel
and Jiří Pecka (TCH)
 Georges Dransart
and Georges Gandil (FRA)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Georges Turlier
and Jean Laudet (FRA)
 Kenneth Lane
and Donald Hawgood (CAN)
 Egon Drews
and Wilfried Soltau (GER)
1956 Melbourne
details
 Pavel Kharin
and Gratsian Botev (URS)
 Georges Dransart
and Marcel Renaud (FRA)
 Imre Farkas
and József Hunics (HUN)

K-1 500 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1976 Montreal
details
Vasile Dîba
 Romania
Zoltán Sztanity
 Hungary
Rüdiger Helm
 East Germany
1980 Moscow
details
Vladimir Parfenovich
 Soviet Union
John Sumegi
 Australia
Vasile Dîba
 Romania
1984 Los Angeles
details
Ian Ferguson
 New Zealand
Lars-Erik Moberg
 Sweden
Bernard Brégeon
 France
1988 Seoul
details
Zsolt Gyulay
 Hungary
Andreas Stähle
 East Germany
Paul MacDonald
 New Zealand
1992 Barcelona
details
Mikko Kolehmainen
 Finland
Zsolt Gyulay
 Hungary
Knut Holmann
 Norway
1996 Atlanta
details
Antonio Rossi
 Italy
Knut Holmann
 Norway
Piotr Markiewicz
 Poland
2000 Sydney
details
Knut Holmann
 Norway
Petar Merkov
 Bulgaria
Michael Kolganov
 Israel
2004 Athens
details
Adam van Koeverden
 Canada
Nathan Baggaley
 Australia
Ian Wynne
 Great Britain
2008 Beijing
details
Ken Wallace
 Australia
Adam van Koeverden
 Canada
Tim Brabants
 Great Britain

K-2 500 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1976 Montreal
details
 Joachim Mattern
and Bernd Olbricht (GDR)
 Serhei Nahorny
and Vladimir Romanovsky (URS)
 Larion Serghei
and Policarp Malîhin (ROU)
1980 Moscow
details
 Sergei Chukhray
and Vladimir Parfenovich (URS)
 Herminio Menéndez
and Guillermo del Riego (ESP)
 Rüdiger Helm
and Bernd Olbricht (GDR)
1984 Los Angeles
details
 Ian Ferguson
and Paul MacDonald (NZL)
 Per-Inge Bengtsson
and Lars-Erik Moberg (SWE)
 Hugh Fisher
and Alwyn Morris (CAN)
1988 Seoul
details
 Ian Ferguson
and Paul MacDonald (NZL)
 Igor Nagayev
and Viktor Denisov (URS)
 Attila Ábrahám
and Ferenc Csipes (HUN)
1992 Barcelona
details
 Kay Bluhm
and Torsten Gutsche (GER)
 Maciej Freimut
and Wojciech Kurpiewski (POL)
 Bruno Dreossi
and Antonio Rossi (ITA)
1996 Atlanta
details
 Kay Bluhm
and Torsten Gutsche (GER)
 Beniamino Bonomi
and Daniele Scarpa (ITA)
 Daniel Collins
and Andrew Trim (AUS)
2000 Sydney
details
 Zoltán Kammerer
and Botond Storcz (HUN)
 Daniel Collins
and Andrew Trim (AUS)
 Ronald Rauhe
and Tim Wieskötter (GER)
2004 Athens
details
 Ronald Rauhe
and Tim Wieskötter (GER)
 Clint Robinson
and Nathan Baggaley (AUS)
 Raman Piatrushenka
and Vadzim Makhneu (BLR)
2008 Beijing
details
 Saúl Craviotto
and Carlos Pérez (ESP)
 Ronald Rauhe
and Tim Wieskötter (GER)
 Raman Piatrushenka
and Vadzim Makhneu (BLR)

K-1 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Ernst Krebs (GER)  Fritz Landertinger (AUT)  Ernest Riedel (USA)
1948 London
details
 Gert Fredriksson (SWE)  Kurt Wires (FIN)  Eivind Skabo (NOR)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Thorvald Strömberg (FIN)  Gert Fredriksson (SWE)  Michael Scheuer (GER)
1956 Melbourne
details
 Gert Fredriksson (SWE)  Ferenc Hatlaczky (HUN)  Michael Scheuer (EUA)

K-1 4 × 500 metre relay[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1960 Rome
details
 United Team of Germany (EUA)
Dieter Krause
Günther Perleberg
Paul Lange
Friedhelm Wentzke
 Hungary (HUN)
Imre Szöllősi
Imre Kemecsey
András Szente
György Mészáros
 Denmark (DEN)
Erik Hansen
Helmuth Sørensen
Arne Høyer
Erling Jessen

K-2 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Paul Wevers
and Ludwig Landen (GER)
 Viktor Kalisch
and Karl Steinhuber (AUT)
 Tage Fahlborg
and Helge Larsson (SWE)
1948 London
details
 Gunnar Åkerlund
and Hans Wetterström (SWE)
 Ivar Mathisen
and Knut Østby (NOR)
 Thor Axelsson
and Nils Björklöf (FIN)
1952 Helsinki
details
 Kurt Wires
and Yrjö Hietanen (FIN)
 Gunnar Åkerlund
and Hans Wetterström (SWE)
 Ferenc Varga
and József Gurovits (HUN)
1956 Melbourne
details
 János Urányi
and László Fábián (HUN)
 Fritz Briel
and Theodor Kleine (EUA)
 Dennis Green
and Walter Brown (AUS)

K-1 (folding) 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Gregor Hradetzky (AUT)  Henri Eberhardt (FRA)  Xaver Hörmann (GER)

K-2 (folding) 10000 metres[edit]

Games Gold Silver Bronze
1936 Berlin
details
 Erik Bladström
and Sven Johansson (SWE)
 Erich Hanisch
and Willi Horn (GER)
 Piet Wijdekop
and Kees Wijdekop (NED)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ The 1936 official Olympic Report has the silver medalists listed as Josef Kampfl and Alois Edeltitsch, but information from Olympisch Enzyklopaedie (German), the Austrian Olympic Committee, and from Volker Kluge's Olympia Chronik (German) all confirm that the actual silver medalists were Weinstabl and Proisl.

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