Canoeing at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Men's slalom K-1

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These are the results of the men's K-1 slalom competition in canoeing at the 1992 Summer Olympics . The K-1 (kayak single) event is raced by one-man kayaks through a whitewater course. The venue for the 1992 Olympic competition was at La Seu d'Urgell.

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Medalists

Gold medal with cup.svg Gold Silver medal with cup.svg Silver Bronze medal with cup.svg Bronze
Flag of Italy.svg  Pierpaolo Ferrazzi  (ITA)Flag of France.svg  Sylvain Curinier  (FRA)Flag of Germany.svg  Jochen Lettmann  (GER)

Results

The 44 competitors each took two runs through the whitewater slalom course on August 2. The best result of the runs counted for the event.

RankNameRun 1Run 2Result
TimePointsTotalTimePointsTotalTotal
Gold medal with cup.svg Flag of Italy.svg  Pierpaolo Ferrazzi  (ITA)1:51.645116.641:46.890106.89106.89
Silver medal with cup.svg Flag of France.svg  Sylvain Curinier  (FRA)2:08.095133.091:47.060107.06107.06
Bronze medal with cup.svg Flag of Germany.svg  Jochen Lettmann  (GER)1:48.520108.521:49.720109.72108.52
4Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Richard Fox  (GBR)1:44.7315119.731:48.850108.85108.85
5Flag of France.svg  Laurent Brissaud  (FRA)1:49.370109.371:53.0210123.02109.37
6Flag of Slovenia.svg  Marjan Štrukelj  (SLO)1:50.110110.111:51.7520131.75110.11
7Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Melvyn Jones  (GBR)1:50.400110.401:55.7015130.70110.40
8Flag of Ireland.svg  Ian Wiley  (IRL)1:50.450110.451:48.9315123.93110.45
9Flag of Slovenia.svg  Albin Čižman  (SLO)1:52.120112.121:50.730110.73110.73
10Flag of Slovenia.svg  Janez Skok  (SLO)1:52.000112.001:51.520111.52111.52
11Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Michael Reys  (NED)1:51.900111.901:54.73110224.73111.90
12Flag of Austria.svg  Horst Pock  (AUT)1:52.220112.221:54.410114.41112.22
13Flag of the United States.svg  Eric Jackson  (USA)1:52.590112.591:52.045117.04112.59
14Flag of France.svg  Vincent Fondeviole  (FRA)1:47.695112.692:00.19165285.19112.69
15Flag of Canada.svg  David Ford  (CAN)1:52.700112.701:50.325115.32112.70
16Flag of the United States.svg  Richard Weiss  (USA)1:49.295114.291:48.125113.12113.12
17Flag of Austria.svg  Manuel Köhler  (AUT)1:53.680113.681:52.065117.06113.68
18Flag of Switzerland.svg  Thomas Brunold  (SUI)1:54.9910124.991:54.690114.69114.69
19Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Frits Sins  (NED)1:52.3510122.351:49.775114.77114.77
20Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Ian Raspin  (GBR)1:51.915116.911:50.525115.52115.52
21Flag of Canada.svg  Patrice Gagnon  (CAN)1:56.250116.251:53.795118.79116.25
22Flag of Spain.svg  Javier Etxaniz  (ESP)1:59.5455174.541:56.470116.47116.47
23Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Luboš Hilgert  (TCH)1:51.635116.631:53.485118.48116.63
24Flag of Czechoslovakia.svg  Pavel Přindiš  (TCH)1:52.605117.601:54.995119.99117.60
25Flag of New Zealand.svg  Donald Johnstone  (NZL)1:50.7110120.711:52.735117.73117.73
26Flag of Germany.svg  Thomas Becker  (GER)1:54.385119.381:50.6310120.63119.38
27Flag of the United States.svg  Scott Shipley  (USA)1:49.6410119.641:55.985120.98119.64
28Flag of Japan (1870-1999).svg  Tsuyoshi Fujino  (JPN)2:08.920128.921:59.950119.95119.95
29Flag of Germany.svg  Jens Vorsatz  (GER)2:00.510120.511:54.3710124.37120.51
30Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Marlon Grings  (BRA)2:00.865125.862:00.820120.82120.82
31Flag of Brazil (1968-1992).svg  Gustavo Selbach  (BRA)1:57.145122.141:57.0910127.09122.14
32Flag of Switzerland.svg  Ralph Rhein  (SUI)1:58.055123.051:57.2720137.27123.05
33Flag of Austria.svg  Gregor Becke  (AUT)1:58.6515133.651:53.6210123.62123.62
34Olympic flag.svg  Lazar Popovski  (IOP)2:03.820123.822:05.7210135.72123.82
35Flag of Spain.svg  José María Martínez  (ESP)1:55.1515130.151:54.6910124.69124.69
36South African Olympic Flag.svg  Alexander Rennie  (RSA)2:06.790126.792:13.1265198.12126.79
37Flag of Argentina.svg  Juan Maricich  (ARG)2:10.0510140.052:23.6755198.67140.05
38South African Olympic Flag.svg  Corran Addison  (RSA)2:12.6325157.632:10.7120150.71150.71
39Olympic flag.svg  Milan Đorđević  (IOP)Did not finishN/A102:26.2810156.28156.28
40South African Olympic Flag.svg  Gary Wade  (RSA)2:20.61130270.612:22.9320162.93162.93
41Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Joaquín García Benavides  (CRC)3:19.23105304.232:34.1415169.14169.14
42Flag of Peru.svg  Eric Arenas  (PER)2:50.020170.022:59.5275254.52170.02
43Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Ferdinand Steinvorth  (CRC)2:29.07120269.072:26.1145191.11191.11
44Flag of Costa Rica.svg  Gabriel Álvarez  (CRC)3:08.87270458.872:51.02130301.02301.02

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