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1982 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

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1982 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships

The 1982 ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships were held in Belgrade, Yugoslavia for the record fourth time. The Yugoslavian (now Serbian) city had host the championships previously in 1971, 1975, and 1978.

The men's competition consisted of six Canadian (single paddle, open boat) and nine kayak events. Three events were held for the women, all in kayak.

This was the seventeenth championships in canoe sprint.

Medal summary

Men's

Canoe

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
C-1 500 m  Olaf Heukrodt (GDR)  János Sarsui Kis (HUN)  Sergey Postrechin (URS)
C-1 1000 m  Jörg Schmidt (GDR)  Dezső Csépai (HUN)  Vassily Beresa (URS)
C-1 10000 m  Tamás Wichmann (HUN)  Jiří Vrdlovec (TCH)  Gheorghe Titu (ROU)
C-2 500 m  Yugoslavia
Matija Ljubek
Mirko Nišović
 Soviet Union
Yuriy Laptikov
Sergey Petrenko
 Hungary
László Foltan
István Vaskúti
C-2 1000 m  Hungary
János Sarsui Kis
Gyula Hajdu
 Yugoslavia
Matija Ljubek
Mirko Nišović
 East Germany
Olaf Heukrodt
Uwe Madeja
C-2 10000 m  Romania
Ivan Patzaichin
Toma Simionov
 Soviet Union
Vassily Beresa
Edem Muradosilov
 Hungary
Tamás Buday
László Vaskúti

Kayak

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
K-1 500 m  Vladimir Parfenovich (URS)  Peter Hempel (GDR)  Lars-Erik Möberg (SWE)
K-1 1000 m  Rüdiger Helm (GDR)  Alan Thompson (NZL)  Einar Rasmussen (NOR)
K-1 10000 m  Milan Janić (YUG)  Einar Rasmussen (NOR)  Nikolay Astapkovich (URS)
K-2 500 m  Soviet Union
Vladimir Parfenovich
Sergey Superata
 New Zealand
Alan Thompson
Paul MacDonald
 West Germany
Matthias Seack
Oliver Seack
K-2 1000 m  Soviet Union
Vladimir Parfenovich
Sergey Superata
 Canada
Alwyn Morris
Hugh Fisher
 Spain
Luis Gregorio Ramos
Herminio Rodriguez
K-2 10000 m  France
Bernard Brégeon
Patrick Lefoulon
 Netherlands
Ron Stevens
Gert Jan Lebbink
 Hungary
István Szabó
István Tóth
K-4 500 m  Soviet Union
Sergey Krivozheyev
Igor Gaydamaka
Sergey Kolokolov
Aleksander Vodovatov
 East Germany
Frank-Peter Bischof
Frank Fischer
Rüdiger Helm
Harald Marg
 Sweden
Jens Norqvist
Lars-Erik Möberg
Per-Inge Bengtsson
Thomas Ohlsson
K-4 1000 m  Sweden
Per-Inge Bengtsson
Lars-Erik Möberg
Thomas Ohlsson
Bengt Andersson
 East Germany
Frank-Peter Bischof
Peter Hempel
Rüdiger Helm
Harald Marg
 West Germany
Matthais Seack
Oliver Seack
Frank Renner
Bernd Hessel
K-4 10000 m  Soviet Union
Alexander Yermilov
Nikolay Baranov
Sergey Zhuchray
Vladimir Romanovskiy
 Romania
Petrica Dimofte
Florian Marinescu
Ionel Igorov
Anghei Coman
 Hungary
Kálmán Petrikovics
Tamás Szekes
László Rasztotzky
Tibor Helyl

Women's

Kayak

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
K-1 500 m  Birgit Fischer (GDR)  Agneta Andersson (SWE)  Éva Rakusz (HUN)
K-2 500 m  East Germany
Birgit Fischer
Bettina Streussel
 Hungary
Katalin Povázsán
Erika Géczi
 Sweden
Karin Olsson
Agneta Andersson
K-4 500 m  East Germany
Birgit Fischer
Bettina Streussel
Roswitha Eberl
Kathrin Giese
 Soviet Union
Inna Zhipulina
Nelli Yefremova
Yekaterina Golubeva
Saba Komkova
 Hungary
Agnes Dragos
Erika Géczi
Katalin Povázsán
Éva Rakusz

Medals table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 5 3 3 11
2  Hungary 2 3 6 11
3  East Germany 6 3 1 10
4  Sweden 1 1 3 5
5  Yugoslavia 2 1 0 3
6  Romania 1 1 1 3
7  New Zealand 0 2 0 2
8  Norway 0 1 1 2
9  West Germany 0 0 2 2
10  France 1 0 0 1
11  Canada 0 1 0 1
12  Czechoslovakia 0 1 0 1
13  Netherlands 0 1 0 1
14  Spain 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

References

  • ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936-2007.
  • ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936-2007.
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