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Canoeing at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's K-1 200 metres

The men's canoe sprint K-1 200 metres at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro took place between 19 and 20 August at Lagoa Stadium.[1] The medals were presented by José Perurena López, IOC member, Spain and Frank Garner, Board Member of the ICF.

Men's canoe sprint K-1 200 metres
at the Games of the XXXI Olympiad
Canoeing (flatwater) pictogram.svg
Venue Lagoa Stadium
Date 19–20 August 2016
Competitors 22 from 22 nations
Winning time 35.197
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Liam Heath  Great Britain
2nd, silver medalist(s) Maxime Beaumont  France
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Saúl Craviotto  Spain
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Ronald Rauhe  Germany
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Contents

Competition formatEdit

The competition comprised heats, semifinals, and a final round. The leading five in each heat plus the fastest sixth place advanced to the semifinals. The top four from the semifinals advanced to the "A" final, and competed for medals. The other semifinalists advanced to the "B" final.

ScheduleEdit

All times are Brasilia Time (UTC-03:00)

Date Time Round
Friday, 19 August 2016 9:00
10:07
Heats
Semifinals
Saturday, 20 August 2016 9:00 Finals

ResultsEdit

HeatsEdit

Heat 1Edit

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Ronald Rauhe   Germany 34.350 SF
2 Manfredi Rizza   Italy 34.726 SF
3 Mark de Jonge   Canada 34.898 SF
4 Aleksejs Rumjancevs   Latvia 35.175 SF
5 César de Cesare   Ecuador 35.216 SF
6 Paweł Kaczmarek   Poland 35.562
7 Edson Silva   Brazil 35.665
8 Alexey Dergunov   Kazakhstan 36.647

Heat 2Edit

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Maxime Beaumont   France 34.322 SF
2 Saúl Craviotto   Spain 34.694 SF
3 Péter Molnár   Hungary 35.102 SF
4 Evgenii Lukantsov   Russia 35.245 SF
5 Cho Kwang-hee   South Korea 35.402 SF
6 Fidel Antonio Vargas   Cuba 35.561
7 Filip Šváb   Czech Republic 35.567

Heat 3Edit

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Liam Heath   Great Britain 34.327 SF
2 Stephen Bird   Australia 34.650 SF
3 Marko Novaković   Serbia 34.938 SF
4 Ignas Navakauskas   Lithuania 35.144 SF
5 Petter Menning   Sweden 35.264 SF
6 Rubén Voisard   Argentina 35.491 SF
7 Karim Elsayed   Egypt 37.294

SemifinalsEdit

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Liam Heath   Great Britain 34.076 FA
2 Ronald Rauhe   Germany 34.180 FA
3 Saúl Craviotto   Spain 34.545 FA
4 Mark de Jonge   Canada 34.775 FA
5 Marko Novaković   Serbia 34.778 FB
6 Petter Menning   Sweden 35.562 FB
7 Evgenii Lukantsov   Russia 35.567 FB
8 César de Cesare   Ecuador 35.936 FB

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Canoer Country Time Notes
1 Maxime Beaumont   France 34.398 FA
2 Stephen Bird   Australia 34.584 FA
3 Manfredi Rizza   Italy 34.686 FA
4 Aleksejs Rumjancevs   Latvia 34.722 FA
5 Ignas Navakauskas   Lithuania 35.168 FB
6 Péter Molnár   Hungary 35.207 FB
7 Rubén Voisard   Argentina 35.439 FB
8 Cho Kwang-hee   South Korea 35.869 FB

FinalsEdit

Final BEdit

Rank Canoer Country Time
9 Ignas Navakauskas   Lithuania (LTU) 37.075
10 Petter Menning   Sweden (SWE) 37.104
11 César de Cesare   Ecuador (ECU) 37.169
12 Cho Kwang-hee   South Korea (KOR) 37.265
13 Marko Novaković   Serbia (SRB) 37.415
14 Evgenii Lukantsov   Russia (RUS) 37.482
15 Péter Molnár   Hungary (HUN) 37.896
16 Rubén Voisard   Argentina (ARG) 38.061

Final AEdit

Rank Canoer Country Time
  Liam Heath   Great Britain (GBR) 35.197
  Maxime Beaumont   France (FRA) 35.362
  Saúl Craviotto   Spain (ESP) 35.662
Ronald Rauhe   Germany (GER)
5 Aleksejs Rumjancevs   Latvia (LAT) 35.891
6 Manfredi Rizza   Italy (ITA) 36.000
7 Mark de Jonge   Canada (CAN) 36.080
8 Stephen Bird   Australia (AUS) 36.426

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Canoeing at the 2016 Summer Olympics – Men's K-1 200 metres". Rio 2016. Archived from the original on 26 August 2016. Retrieved 21 August 2016.