2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships – Men's K-2 200 metres

The men's K-2 200 metres competition at the 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships in Račice took place at the Sportcentrum Račice.[1]

Men's K-2 200 metres
at the 2017 ICF Canoe Sprint
World Championships
VenueSportcentrum Račice
LocationRačice, Czech Republic
Dates24–26 August
Competitors46 from 23 nations
Winning time30.912
Medalists
gold medal    Hungary
silver medal    Spain
bronze medal    Serbia
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ScheduleEdit

The schedule was as follows:[2]

Date Time Round
Thursday 24 August 2017 10:27 Heats
16:55 Semifinals
Saturday 26 August 2017 09:49 Final B
11:23 Final A

All times are Central European Summer Time (UTC+2)

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Heat winners advanced directly to the A final. The next six fastest boats in each heat advanced to the semifinals.[3]

Heat 1Edit

Rank Kayakers Country Time Notes
1 Balázs Birkás
Márk Balaska
  Hungary 32.061 QA
2 Michele Bertolini
Riccardo Maria Spotti
  Italy 32.445 QS
3 Aurimas Lankas
Edvinas Ramanauskas
  Lithuania 32.695 QS
4 Piotr Mazur
Paweł Kaczmarek
  Poland 33.400 QS
5 Miroslav Zaťko
Ľubomír Beňo
  Slovakia 33.556 QS
6 Joel Elenius
David Johansson
  Sweden 33.861 QS
7 Aditep Srichart
Praison Buasamrong
  Thailand 34.856 QS
8 Choi Min-kyu
Song Kuong-ho
  South Korea 35.350

Heat 2Edit

Rank Kayakers Country Time Notes
1 Cristian Toro
Carlos Garrote
  Spain 32.409 QA
2 Ronald Rauhe
Timo Haseleu
  Germany 32.659 QS
3 Ryan Cochrane
Pierre-Luc Poulin
  Canada 33.187 QS
4 Kirill Lyapunov
Alexander Dyachenko
  Russia 33.398 QS
5 Kyrylo Cernomorov
Denys Lakmanov
  Ukraine 33.709 QS
6 Martin Seidl
Ondřej Bišický
  Czech Republic 33.931 QS
7 Ievgen Karabuta
Mirnazim Javadov
  Azerbaijan 34.953 QS
8 Li Zhuang
Yan Jiahao
  China 37.181

Heat 3Edit

Rank Kayakers Country Time Notes
1 Marko Novaković
Nebojša Grujić
  Serbia 33.155 QA
2 Dzmitry Tratsiakou
Vadzim Makhneu
  Belarus 34.005 QS
3 Maks Franceskin
Vid Debeljak
  Slovenia 34.383 QS
4 Franck Le Moël
Pierrick Bayle
  France 34.533 QS
5 Maksim Bondar
Kirill Bondar
  Kyrgyzstan 35.833 QS
6 Stav Mizrahi
Matti Stern
  Israel 36.039 QS
Camerson Hudson
Calvin Clack
  South Africa DNS

SemifinalsEdit

Qualification was as follows:

The fastest three boats in each semi advanced to the A final.
The next four fastest boats in each semi, plus the fastest remaining boat advanced to the B final.[4]

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Kayakers Country Time Notes
1 Michele Bertolini
Riccardo Maria Spotti
  Italy 32.315 QA
2 Ryan Cochrane
Pierre-Luc Poulin
  Canada 32.604 QA
3 Piotr Mazur
Paweł Kaczmarek
  Poland 32.715 QA
4 Kyrylo Cernomorov
Denys Lakmanov
  Ukraine 33.176 QB
5 Joel Elenius
David Johansson
  Sweden 33.409 QB
6 Franck Le Moël
Pierrick Bayle
  France 33.493 QB
7 Maks Franceskin
Vid Debeljak
  Slovenia 33.570 QB
8 Ievgen Karabuta
Mirnazim Javadov
  Azerbaijan 34.281 qB
9 Stav Mizrahi
Matti Stern
  Israel 34.576

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Kayakers Country Time Notes
1 Ronald Rauhe
Timo Haseleu
  Germany 31.816 QA
2 Kirill Lyapunov
Alexander Dyachenko
  Russia 32.027 QA
3 Aurimas Lankas
Edvinas Ramanauskas
  Lithuania 32.077 QA
4 Dzmitry Tratsiakou
Vadzim Makhneu
  Belarus 32.533 QB
5 Miroslav Zaťko
Ľubomír Beňo
  Slovakia 32.689 QB
6 Martin Seidl
Ondřej Bišický
  Czech Republic 33.533 QB
7 Aditep Srichart
Praison Buasamrong
  Thailand 34.311 QB
8 Maksim Bondar
Kirill Bondar
  Kyrgyzstan 34.666

FinalsEdit

Final BEdit

Competitors in this final raced for positions 10 to 18.[5]

Rank Kayakers Country Time
1 Miroslav Zaťko
Ľubomír Beňo
  Slovakia 32.672
2 Dzmitry Tratsiakou
Vadzim Makhneu
  Belarus 32.733
3 Kyrylo Cernomorov
Denys Lakmanov
  Ukraine 33.083
4 Martin Seidl
Ondřej Bišický
  Czech Republic 33.111
5 Joel Elenius
David Johansson
  Sweden 33.333
6 Franck Le Moël
Pierrick Bayle
  France 33.439
7 Maks Franceskin
Vid Debeljak
  Slovenia 33.561
8 Aditep Srichart
Praison Buasamrong
  Thailand 34.500
9 Ievgen Karabuta
Mirnazim Javadov
  Azerbaijan 34.789

Final AEdit

Competitors in this final raced for positions 1 to 9, with medals going to the top three.[6]

Rank Kayakers Country Time
  Balázs Birkás
Márk Balaska
  Hungary 30.912
  Cristian Toro
Carlos Garrote
  Spain 31.278
  Marko Novaković
Nebojša Grujić
  Serbia 31.451
4 Kirill Lyapunov
Alexander Dyachenko
  Russia 31.473
5 Michele Bertolini
Riccardo Maria Spotti
  Italy 31.623
6 Ronald Rauhe
Timo Haseleu
  Germany 31.645
7 Piotr Mazur
Paweł Kaczmarek
  Poland 31.906
8 Ryan Cochrane
Pierre-Luc Poulin
  Canada 31.962
9 Aurimas Lankas
Edvinas Ramanauskas
  Lithuania 32.067

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | Regatta Venue". Czech Canoe Union. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  2. ^ "2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS". International Canoe Federation. Archived from the original on 7 October 2017. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  3. ^ 2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | K2 Men 200m - Heats (PDF). International Canoe Federation. pp. 51–53. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  4. ^ 2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | K2 Men 200m - Semi-finals (PDF). International Canoe Federation. pp. 85–86. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  5. ^ 2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | K2 Men 200m - Final B (PDF). International Canoe Federation. p. 150. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)
  6. ^ 2017 ICF CANOE SPRINT WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS | K2 Men 200m - Final A (PDF). International Canoe Federation. p. 160. Retrieved 18 June 2018. CS1 maint: discouraged parameter (link)