|Men's canoe sprint|
|1988 Seoul||C-2 500 m|
|1988 Seoul||C-2 1000 m|
|1996 Atlanta||C-2 500 m|
|1989 Plovdiv||C-2 500 m|
|1989 Plovdiv||C-4 500 m|
|1989 Plovidv||C-4 1000 m|
|1990 Poznań||C-2 500 m|
|1990 Poznań||C-4 500 m|
|1990 Poznań||C-4 1000 m|
|1991 Paris||C-4 500 m|
|1991 Paris||C-4 1000 m|
|1986 Montreal||C-2 500 m|
|1991 Paris||C-2 500 m|
|1995 Duisburg||C-2 500 m|
|1991 Paris||C-2 1000 m|
Viktor Iosifovich Reneysky (or Reneischi) (Russian: Виктор Иосифович Ренейский), born January 24, 1967 in Babruysk, is a sprint canoeist from Belarus who won three Olympic medals for the USSR and Moldova in the C-2 event with his teammate Nikolaï Juravschi. He also won a total of nine world titles, more than any other Canadian canoe paddler of his generation. Reneysky trained at Dynamo in Babruysk.
C-4 events were included in the world championships for the first time and were initially dominated by the USSR. Reneysky won double C-4 gold (500 m and 1000 m) in 1989, 1990 and 1991.
Despite this run of success Reneysky and Juravschi were not selected for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, having been defeated in the trials by Maseikov and Dovgalenok who justified their inclusion by going on to win the C-2 500 m gold medal.
The break-up of the Soviet Union meant that Reneysky and Juravschi went their separate ways. Reneysky is from Belarus whereas Juravschi represented Romania and then his newly independent homeland of Moldova.
However, in 1995 Juravschi persuaded his former partner to join forces once more and represent Moldova at the 1996 Atlanta Olympics. They won silver, Moldova's first-ever Olympic medal.
Reneysky then went into coaching as is now head of the Belarus national team. In 2005 in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, he saw his young (average age 19) protégés (Rabchanka / Vaitsishkin / Shcharbak / Vauchetski) beat his own sixteen-year-old C-4 1000 m senior world record.
- ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936–2007 at WebCite (archived 2009-01-21). Additional archives: Wayback Machine (archived 2010-01-05).
- ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships – Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936–2007 at WebCite (archived 2009-11-09)
- Sports-reference.com profile (As Victor Reneischi)