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Olympic Canoe-Kayak Sprint Results

1. Germany (Marcus Gross; Max Rendschmidt), 3:10.781.

2. Serbia (Marko Tomicevic; Milenko Zoric), 3:10.969.

3. Australia (Lachlan Tame; Ken Wallace), 3:12.593.

4. Portugal (Emanuel Silva; Joao Ribeiro), 3:12.889.

5. Lithuania (Ricardas Nekriosius; Andrej Olijnik), 3:14.748.

6. Italy (Nicola Ripamonti; Giulio Dressino), 3:14.883.

7. Hungary (Benjamin Ceiner; Tibor Hufnagel), 3:15.387.

8. Slovakia (Juraj Tarr; Erik Vlcek), 3:15.916.

1. Cuba (Jorge Antonio Garcia; Reinier Torres), 3:18.768.

2. France (Etienne Hubert; Arnaud Hybois), 3:19.415.

3. Kazakhstan (Yevgeniy Alexeyev; Alexey Dergunov), 3:20.827.

4. Czech Republic (Daniel Havel; Jan Sterba), 3:25.966.

1. Iurii Cheban, Ukraine, 39.279.

2. Valentin Demyanenko, Azerbaijan, 39.493.

3. Isaquias Queiroz dos Santos, Brazil, 39.628.

4. Alfonso Benavides Lopez de Ayala, Spain, 39.649.

5. Zaza Nadiradze, Georgia, 39.817.

6. Andrey Kraitor, Russia, 40.105.

7. Qiang Li, China, 40.143.

8. Thomas Simart, France, 40.180.

1. Martin Fuksa, Czech Republic, 39.760.

2. Jonatan Hajdu, Hungary, 39.811.

3. Henrikas Zustautas, Lithuania, 40.230.

4. Oleg Tarnovschi, Moldova, 40.280.

5. Helder Silva, Portugal, 40.388.

6. Timur Khaidarov, Kazakhstan, 40.549.

7. Carlo Tacchini, Italy, 40.733.

8. Marcos Pulido Rodriguez, Mexico, 42.098.

1. Spain (Saul Craviotto; Cristian Toro), 32.075.

2. Britain (Liam Heath; Jon Schofield), 32.368.

3. Lithuania (Edvinas Ramanauskas; Aurimas Lankas), 32.382.

4. Hungary (Sandor Totka; Peter Molnar), 32.412.

5. Germany (Tom Liebscher; Ronald Rauhe), 32.488.

6. Serbia (Marko Novakovic; Nebojsa Grujic), 32.656.

7. France (Maxime Beaumont; Sebastien Jouve), 32.699.

8. Canada (Ryan Cochrane; Hugues Fournel), 33.767.

1. South Korea (Gwanghee Cho; Minkyu Choi), 33.812.

2. Brazil (Edson Isaias Freitas da Silva; Gilvan Bitencourt Ribeiro), 33.992.

3. Australia (Daniel Bowker; Jordan Wood), 35.334.

4. Kazakhstan (Andrey Yerguchyov; Sergii Tokarnytskyi), 35.427.

5. Italy (Alberto Ricchetti; Mauro Crenna), 35.516.

1. Danuta Kozak, Hungary, 1:52.494.

2. Emma Jorgensen, Denmark, 1:54.326.

3. Lisa Carrington, New Zealand, 1:54.372.

4. Maryna Litvinchuk, Belarus, 1:54.474.

5. Franziska Weber, Germany, 1:54.553.

6. Yu Zhou, China, 1:54.994.

7. Dalma Ruzicic Benedek, Serbia, 1:55.095.

8. Inna Osipenko-Rodomska, Azerbaijan, 1:56.573.

1. Elena Aniushina, Russia, 1:57.202.

2. Spela Ponomarenko Janic, Slovenia, 1:57.541.

3. Teresa Portela, Portugal, 1:58.058.

4. Ewelina Wojnarowska, Poland, 1:58.167.

5. Martina Kohlova, Slovakia, 1:58.211.

6. Karin Johansson, Sweden, 1:58.363.

7. Rachel Cawthorn, Britain, 1:58.470.

8. Bridgitte Ellen Hartley, South Africa, 2:01.890.

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