Canoeing at the 2000 Summer Olympics – Men's K-2 1000 metres

The men's K-2 1000 metres event was a pairs kayaking event conducted as part of the Canoeing at the 2000 Summer Olympics program.

MedalistsEdit

  Gold   Silver   Bronze
  Antonio Rossi
and Beniamino Bonomi (ITA)
  Markus Oscarsson
and Henrik Nilsson (SWE)
  Krisztián Bártfai
and Krisztián Veréb (HUN)

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

18 crews entered in two heats. The top three finishers from both heats advanced directly to the finals. Fourth through seventh-place finishers in each heat along with the fastest eighth-place finisher advanced to the semifinal.

Heat 1 of 2
Date: Tuesday 26 September 2000
Place Overall Nation Athletes Time Qual.
1 2   Italy Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi 3:14.316 QF
2 5   Sweden Markus Oscarsson and Henrik Nilsson 3:15.102 QF
3 8   Slovakia Juraj Bača and Michal Riszdorfer 3:16.854 QF
4 11   Great Britain Paul Darby-Dowman and Ross Sabberton 3:19.392 QS
5 12   Czech Republic Jan Souček and Jan Andrlik 3:20.760 QS
6 14   Australia Brian Morton and Luke Young 3:20.934 QS
7 15   Brazil Sebastián Cuattrin and Carlos Campos 3:21.228 QS
8 16   Bulgaria Marian Dimitrov and Dimitar Ivanov 3:23.646
9 18   Argentina Fernando Redondo and Abelardo Sztrum 3:24.324
Heat 2 of 2
Date: Tuesday 26 September 2000
Place Overall Nation Athletes Time Qual.
1 1   Hungary Krisztián Bártfai and Krisztián Veréb 3:13.677 QF
2 3   Germany Andreas Ihle and Olaf Winter 3:14.631 QF
3 4   France Bâbak Amir-Tahmasseb and Philippe Aubertin 3:14.835 QF
4 6   Norway Eirik Verås Larsen and Nils Olav Fjeldheim 3:15.483 QS
5 8   Poland Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki 3:15.909 QS
6 9   Denmark Paw Madsen and Jesper Staal 3:16.989 QS
7 10   Russia Yevgeny Salakhov and Oleg Gorobiy 3:17.067 QS
8 13   Israel Rami Zur and Ro'l Yellin 3:20.913 QS
9 18   United States Philippe Boccara and Cliff Meidl 3:26.439

Overall Results Heats

Heats
Overall Results
Place Athlete Nation Heat Place Time Qual.
1   Hungary Krisztián Bártfai and Krisztián Veréb 2 1 3:13.677 QF
2   Italy Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi 1 1 3:14.316 QF
3   Germany Andreas Ihle and Olaf Winter 2 3 3:14.631 QF
4   France Bâbak Amir-Tahmasseb and Philippe Aubertin 2 3 3:14.835 QF
5   Sweden Markus Oscarsson and Henrik Nilsson 1 2 3:15.102 QF
6   Norway Eirik Verås Larsen and Nils Olav Fjeldheim 2 4 3:15.483 QS
7   Poland Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki 2 5 3:15.909 QS
8   Slovakia Juraj Bača and Michal Riszdorfer 1 3 3:16.854 QF
9   Denmark Paw Madsen and Jesper Staal 2 6 3:16.989 QS
10   Russia Yevgeny Salakhov and Oleg Gorobiy 2 7 3:17.067 QS
11   Great Britain Paul Darby-Dowman and Ross Sabberton 1 4 3:19.392 QS
12   Czech Republic Jan Souček and Jan Andrlik 1 5 3:20.760 QS
13   Israel Rami Zur and Ro'l Yellin 2 8 3:20.913 QS
14   Australia Brian Morton and Luke Young 1 6 3:20.934 QS
15   Brazil Sebastián Cuattrin and Carlos Campos 1 7 3:21.228 QS
16   Bulgaria Marian Dimitrov and Dimitar Ivanov 1 8 3:23.646
17   Argentina Fernando Redondo and Abelardo Sztrum 1 9 3:24.324
18   United States Philippe Boccara and Cliff Meidl 2 9 3:26.439

SemifinalEdit

The top three finishers in the semifinal advanced to the final.

Heat 1 of 1
Date: Thursday 28 September 2000
Place Nation Athletes Time Qual.
1   Russia Yevgeny Salakhov and Oleg Gorobiy 3:17.114 QF
2   Norway Eirik Verås Larsen and Nils Olav Fjeldheim 3:17.288 QF
3   Poland Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki 3:18.026 QF
4   Denmark Paw Madsen and Jesper Staal 3:18.206
5   Great Britain Paul Darby-Dowman and Ross Sabberton 3:19.826
6   Brazil Sebastián Cuattrin and Carlos Campos 3:22.496
7   Israel Rami Zur and Ro'l Yellin 3:22.634
8   Australia Brian Morton and Luke Young 3:25.046
  Czech Republic Jan Souček and Jan Andrlik DISQ

The Czech Republic's reason for disqualification was not disclosed in the official report.

FinalEdit

Heat 1 of 1
Date: Saturday 30 September 2000
Place Nation Athletes Time
    Italy Antonio Rossi and Beniamino Bonomi 3:14.461
    Sweden Markus Oscarsson and Henrik Nilsson 3:16.075
    Hungary Krisztián Bártfai and Krisztián Veréb 3:16.357
4   Germany Andreas Ihle and Olaf Winter 3:16.627
5   France Bâbak Amir-Tahmasseb and Philippe Aubertin 3:17.635
6   Slovakia Juraj Bača and Michal Riszdorfer 3:18.325
7   Russia Yevgeny Salakhov and Oleg Gorobiy 3:18.937
8   Poland Marek Twardowski and Adam Wysocki 3:19.939
9   Norway Eirik Verås Larsen and Nils Olav Fjeldheim 3:20.515

Beniamino Bonomi was so excited after winning the gold that he fel

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