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Medal Picks
Brian Cazeneuve
September 11, 2000
Who will take home gold, silver and bronze in each of the Games' 300 events? And who will be worth watching, win or lose?
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September 11, 2000

Medal Picks

Who will take home gold, silver and bronze in each of the Games' 300 events? And who will be worth watching, win or lose?

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[Gold]Andreas Dittmer, Germany
[Silver]Martin Doktor, Czech Republic
[Bronze]Gyorgy Kozmann, Hungary
In 1996 Dittmer won gold in canoe pairs 1,000 meters

Canoe singles 1,000 meters

[Gold]Martin Doktor, Czech Republic
[Silver]Andreas Dittmer, Germany
[Bronze]Steve Giles, Canada
Doktor's orders: Devour Mom's dumplings before major events

Canoe pairs 500 meters

[Gold]Jedraszko & Baraszkiewicz, Poland
[Silver]Pulai & Novak, Hungary
[Bronze]Kovalev & Kostoglod, Russia
Since '84 the 12 medalists in this event have been from 11 countries

Canoe pairs 1,000 meters

[Gold]Kovalev & Kostoglod, Russia
[Silver]Pricop & Popescu, Romania
[Bronze]Buday & Buday, Canada
Buday brothers' father, Tam�s, won two canoeing bronze medals for Hungary in 1976

Canoe singles slalom (whitewater)

[Gold]Michal Martikan, Slovakia
[Silver]Juraj Mincik, Slovakia
[Bronze]Nico Bettge, Germany
In 1996, Martikan, then 17, won Slovakia's first Olympic gold ever

Canoe pairs slalom (whitewater)

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