Olympians Who Won a Medal at the Canoe Sprint World Championships (1058)

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Athlete Nation(s) Sport(s) Era Notes
Aleksey Abalmasov BLR CAN 2004—2008 2–2–2 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m
Attila Ábrahám HUN CAN 1988—1992 5–3–2 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 10000 m and K4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1991 Paris gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m; 1993 København gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Alain Acart FRA CAN 1972—1976 0–0–1 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 10000 m
Attila Adrovicz HUN CAN 1996 0–3–1 1986 Montréal silver: K2 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K2 1000 m; 1991 Paris silver: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m
Karel Aguilar CUB CAN 2004—2008 0–2–2 2005 Zagreb silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 200 m and C2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: C2 1000 m
Gunnar Åkerlund SWE CMA 1948—1952 2–1–0 1948 London gold: K4 1000 m; 1950 København gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Dumitru Alexe ROU CAN/CMA 1956—1960 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: C2 1000 m
Arne Johan Almeland NOR CAN 1988 1–0–0 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m
Lutz Altepost GER CAN 2004—2008 2–1–2 2003 Gainesville bronze: K1 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K1 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
Bâbak Amir-Tahmasseb FRA CAN 2000—2004 1–0–0 2001 Poznań gold: K1 1000 m
Harald Amundsen NOR CAN 1984—1988 1–1–0 1983 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m
Steinar Amundsen NOR CAN 1968—1972 2–0–0 1970 København gold: K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m
Borislav Ananiev BUL CAN 1976—1980 0–0–1 1975 Beograd bronze: C1 500 m
Mircea Anastasescu ROU CAN 1952—1960 0–1–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K1 500 m; 1963 Jajce silver: K2 500 m
Frederik Kobberup Andersen DEN CAN 1948 1–1–1 1948 London bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1950 København gold: K1 500 m, silver: K1 4×500 m
Jørgen Andersen DEN CAN 1968—1972 0–0–1 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 10000 m
Agneta Andersson SWE CAN 1980—1996 1–3–7 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 500 m; 1985 Mechelen bronze: K1 500 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m; 1991 Paris bronze: K2 500 m; 1993 København gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m
Bengt Andersson SWE CAN 1984—1988 2–2–1 1982 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Lars Andersson SWE CAN 1968—1976 2–3–0 1970 København gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m and K2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m
Ramon Andersson AUS CAN 1992—1996 0–1–0 1991 Paris silver: K4 10000 m
Gheorghe Andriev ROU CAN 1988—1996 1–6–1 1990 Poznań silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1991 Paris silver: C2 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: C4 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m
Roman Anoshkin RUS CAN 2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: K1 500 m
Zoltán Antal HUN CAN 1996 0–1–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 1000 m
Aleksandra Apanovich URS CAN 1988 0–0–2 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K2 5000 m and K4 500 m
Ingrid Apelgren SWE CAN 1948 0–0–1 1950 København bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Ingrid Wallgren)
Mario von Appen GER CAN 1992 2–3–1 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1993 København gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Izaskun Aramburu ESP CAN 1996—2000 1–0–4 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m;1998 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 200 m
Stanimir Atanasov BUL CAN 2004 0–0–1 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 500 m
Eduard Augustin GDR CAN 1972 0–1–0 1970 København silver: K4 1000 m
Aleksandrs Avdejevs URS CAN 1980 4–1–1 1977 Sofia gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K4 10000 m
Ture Axelsson FIN CAN/CMA 1948 1–0–0 1948 London gold: K2 500 m
Marian Băban ROU CAN 2000—2004 0–3–0 2001 Poznań silver: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m
Juraj Bača SVK CAN 2000—2004 6–0–1 1998 Szeged gold: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m
Björn Bach GER CAN 2000—2004 6–4–2 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 200 m
Werner Bachmayer AUT CAN 1980—1984 0–0–1 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 1000 m
Bengt Backlund SWE CMA 1952 0–0–2 1950 København bronze: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m
Nathan Baggaley AUS CAN 2000—2004 3–0–2 2002 Sevilla gold: K1 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m
Zoltán Bakó HUN CAN 1972—1976 5–2–3 1971 Beograd bronze: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K2 1000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 10000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m
Hanna Balabanova UKR CAN 1996—2004 0–0–1 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m
Ledys Balceiro CUB CAN 2000—2004 2–1–1 2002 Sevilla gold: C2 200 m and C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: C2 500 m
Egidijus Balčiūnas LTU CAN 2000—2012 3–2–2 2001 Poznań gold: K2 200 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Klára Bánfalvi-Fried HUN CAN 1948—1960 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 500 m (competed as Klára Bánfalvi)
Dmitry Bankovsky URS CAN 1988 1–0–0 1990 Poznań gold: K4 10000 m
Paweł Baraszkiewicz POL CAN 1996—2008 4–6–4 1997 Dartmouth silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C2 200 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C2 200 m and C2 500 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C1 500 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C1 4×200 m and C2 200 m
Mylanie Barré CAN CAN 2004—2008 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K2 1000 m
Adrien Bart FRA CAN 2016 0–0–1 2019 Szeged bronze: C1 1000 m
Krisztián Bártfai HUN CAN 1992—2000 1–6–3 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m, silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m
Greg Barton USA CAN 1984—1992 4–1–1 1985 Mechelen gold: K1 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K1 1000 m and K1 10000 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K1 10000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m
Jan Bartůnĕk TCH CAN 1992 0–1–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C1 10000 m; 1990 Poznań silver: C1 10000 m
Paweł Baumann POL CAN 2004—2008 0–2–2 2005 Zagreb bronze: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
José Alfredo Bea ESP CAN 1992—2004 0–1–0 2001 Poznań silver: C2 1000 m
Gabriel Beauchesne-Sévigny CAN CAN 2008 0–0–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: C1 4×200 m
Maxime Beaumont FRA CAN 2012—2016 0–2–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 200 m
Pavel Bednář CZE CAN 1996 0–1–2 1993 København silver: C1 10000 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C2 200 m and C4 200 m
István Beé HUN CAN 2004—2008 5–1–2 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K2 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 200 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m
Guido Behling GDR CAN 1988 0–2–1 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 500 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K4 1000 m; 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 1000 m
Lani Belcher GBR CAN 2016 0–2–1 2011 Szeged silver: K1 5000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 5000 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K1 5000 m
Maximilian Benassi ITA CAN 2012 0–0–2 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 5000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 5000 m
Alfonso Benavides ESP CAN 2012—2016 0–0–3 2011 Szeged bronze: C1 200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: C1 200 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: C2 500 m
Franco Benedini ITA CAN 2008 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: K4 500 m
Per-Inge Bengtsson SWE CAN 1984—1988 2–2–3 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Katalin Benkő HUN CAN 1964 0–0–1 1966 East Berlin bronze: K2 500 m
Tore Berger NOR CAN 1968—1972 1–0–0 1970 København gold: K4 10000 m
Hans Berglund SWE CAN 1948 1–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K2 1000 m: 1948 London gold: K4 1000 m
Joël Bettin FRA CAN 1988 0–1–2 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C2 500 m and C4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: C4 500 m
Serhiy Bezuhliy AZE
UKR
CAN 2008—2012 0–5–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for Ukraine); 2009 Dartmouth silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2010 Poznań silver: C2 500 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2011 Szeged silver: C2 500 m, C2 1000 m, and C1 4×200 m (competed for Azerbaijan)
Dariusz Białkowski POL CAN 1992—2004 0–0–4 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 1000 m
Ion Bîrlădeanu ROU CAN 1980 1–5–1 1978 Beograd silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m, bronze: K2 10000 m
Frank-Peter Bischof GDR CAN 1976—1980 2–2–1 1978 Beograd gold: K4 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m
Martina Bischof GDR CAN 1980 4–2–0 1977 Sofia gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed as Martina Fischer); 1978 Beograd gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Martina Fischer); 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m
Nils Björklöf FIN CAN/CMA 1948 1–0–0 1948 London gold: K2 500 m
Erik Bladström SWE CMA 1936 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K2 10000 m folding
Jana Blahová CZE CAN 2008 0–1–0 2006 Szeged silver: K2 500 m
Rudolf Blaß FRG CAN 1972—1976 0–2–0 1971 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m
Kasper Bleibach DEN CAN 2008—2012 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 4×200 m
Hans-Jörg Bliesener GDR CAN 1988 0–2–0 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 500 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K4 1000 m
Kay Bluhm GDR
GER
CAN 1988—1996 7–4–3 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m and K2 10000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m (competed for Germany)
Kamila Bobr BLR CAN 2014 2–1–2 2014 Moskva silver: C2 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C1 200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: C2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C2 200 m
Vladimir Bobreshov EUN CAN 1992 2–2–1 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1993 København bronze: K4 10000 m (competed for Russia)
Philippe Boccara FRA
USA
CAN 1980—2000 4–1–1 1985 Mechelen gold: K2 1000 m (competed for France); 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K2 1000 m (competed for France); 1990 Poznań gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m (competed for France); 1991 Paris gold: K2 10000 m (competed for France)
István Bodor HUN CAN 1952 0–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: C2 1000 m
Aleksandr Bogdanovich BLR CAN 2004—2012 1–2–3 2001 Poznań silver: C4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: C4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb bronze: C4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C4 200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: C2 1000 m
Andrey Bogdanovich BLR CAN 2008—2012 1–1–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C4 200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: C2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: C4 500 m
Maxime Boilard CAN CAN 2000 0–2–0 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 1000 m
Olivier Boivin FRA CAN 1992 0–4–3 1989 Plovdiv silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1991 Paris silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1993 København silver: C2 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 200 m
Nataliya Bondarenko BLR CAN 2000 0–0–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m
Deyan Bonev BUL CAN 1988 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C4 1000 m
Beniamino Bonomi ITA CAN 1988—2004 1–6–0 1991 Paris silver: K1 10000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K1 1000 m, K2 200 m, and K2 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K2 500 m and K4 200 m
Katrin Borchert AUS
GER
CAN 1992—2000 9–5–6 1989 Plovdiv gold: K1 500 m, K1 5000 m, and K4 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: K1 5000 m, bronze: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1991 Paris gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K1 5000 m (competed for Germany); 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed for Australia); 1998 Szeged gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m (competed for Australia); 1999 Milano gold: K2 1000 m (competed for Australia); 2001 Poznań silver: K1 500 m and K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m (competed for Australia)
Antonel Borșan ROU CAN 1996 2–5–0 1994 Ciudad de México silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m
Andriy Borzukov UKR CAN 1996 1–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 200 m
Kinga Bóta HUN CAN 2004 11–0–2 1999 Milano bronze: K2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 500 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Pascal Boucherit FRA CAN 1984—1992 3–1–0 1985 Mechelen gold: K2 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K2 10000 m
Grayson Bourne GBR CAN 1980—1996 1–1–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 10000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K2 10000 m
Robert Boutigny FRA CAN/CMA 1948—1952 1–1–0 1950 København gold: C1 10000 m, silver: C1 1000 m
Gábor Bozsik HUN CAN 2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged silver: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m
Tim Brabants GBR CAN 2000—2012 1–3–0 2006 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K1 1000 m
Grant Bramwell NZL CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K1 10000 m
Jan Břečka CZE CAN 2000 1–5–0 1999 Milano silver: C4 200 m; 2001 Poznań silver: C4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C4 200 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C4 200 m
Bernard Brégeon FRA CAN 1984—1988 1–1–1 1982 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen bronze: K1 500 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K1 10000 m
Bernadette Brégeon-Hettich FRA CAN 1984—1992 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K2 5000 m (competed as Bernadette Brégeon)
Sebastian Brendel GER CAN 2012—2016 12–5–3 2007 Duisburg silver: C4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: C1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C1 5000 m, silver: C1 1000 m and C1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C1 1000 m and C1 5000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: C1 1000 m and 5000 m; 2017 Račice gold: C1 1000 m, C1 5000 m, and C4 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C1 1000 m and C1 5000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C1 500 m and C1 5000 m
Renate Breuer FRG CAN 1968—1972 1–2–1 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 500 m; 1970 København gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 500 m
Fritz Briel GER CMA 1956 3–0–1 1958 Praha gold: K1 1000 m and K1 4×500 m (competed for West Germany); 1963 Jajce gold: K1 10000 m (competed for West Germany); 1966 East Berlin bronze: K1 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Don Brien CAN CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 1000 m
Jo Brigden-Jones AUS CAN 2012 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m
Norman Bröckl GER CAN 2008—2012 3–2–0 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K4 1000 m
Jos Broeckx BEL CAN 1972—1980 0–1–1 1973 Tampere bronze: K2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 10000 m
Stephen Brown GBR CAN 1976—1980 0–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 10000 m
Caroline Brunet CAN CAN 1988—2004 10–7–4 1993 København bronze: K1 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 200 m and K4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m, silver: K1 200 m and K1 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K1 200 m, K1 500 m, and K1 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K1 200 m and K1 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K1 200 m, K1 500 m, and K1 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K1 200 m and K1 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K1 200 m, silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Jan Brzák-Felix TCH CAN 1936—1952 3–1–0 1938 Vaxholm gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1950 København gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Attila Buday CAN CAN 1996—2004 0–3–0 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m
Tamás Buday HUN CAN 1976—1980 4–5–4 1973 Tampere bronze: C2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: C2 10000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C2 10000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C1 1000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: C2 10000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 10000 m
Tamas Buday, Jr. CAN CAN 1996—2004 0–3–0 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m
Henryk Budzicz POL CAN 1976 2–0–1 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m
Heinz Büker GER CAN 1964 0–1–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1966 East Berlin silver: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Nikolay Bukhalov BUL CAN 1988—2000 5–3–6 1986 Montréal bronze: C1 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań bronze: C1 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m; 1991 Paris silver: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m, bronze: C4 1000 m; 1993 København gold: C1 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C1 200 m and C1 500 m, silver: C1 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C1 200 m and C1 500 m
Gennady Bukharin URS CAN/CMA 1956 2–0–0 1958 Praha gold: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m
Ivan Burchin BUL CAN 1972—1976 0–0–1 1975 Beograd bronze: C2 10000 m
Alyce Burnett AUS CAN 2016 1–0–0 2017 Račice gold: K1 1000 m
Jean-Pierre Burny BEL CAN 1968—1976 0–1–1 1970 København bronze: K1 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 500 m
Larry Cain CAN CAN 1984—1992 0–1–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: C1 1000 m
David Cal ESP CAN 2004—2012 1–3–1 2003 Gainesville silver: C1 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C1 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: C1 1000 m
Anton Calenic ROU CAN 1968 1–0–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 1000 m
Helmut Cämmerer GER CAN 1936 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K1 1000 m
Christopher Canham GBR CAN 1984 0–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 10000 m
František Čapek TCH CMA 1948 0–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: C1 10000 m
Petre Capusta ROU CAN 1980 1–0–0 1979 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m
Lior Carmi ISR CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K1 1000 m
Cyrille Carré FRA CAN 2008—2016 1–0–2 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 5000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m
Lisa Carrington NZL CAN 2012—2016 10–5–2 2011 Szeged gold: K1 200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 200 m, silver: K1 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: K1 200 m and K1 500 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 200 m and K2 500 m, silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K1 200 m, silver: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K1 200 m and K2 500 m
Rachel Cawthorn GBR CAN 2012—2016 0–0–2 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 500 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K1 1000 m
Alexandru Ceaușu ROU CAN 2004 0–2–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m
Benjámin Ceiner HUN CAN 2016 0–1–0 2017 Račice silver: K4 1000 m
Ladislav Čepčianský TCH CAN/CMA 1956—1960 0–1–0 1958 Praha silver: K1 10000 m
Vladas Česiūnas URS CAN 1972 4–1–1 1971 Beograd bronze: C1 1000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m
Jean-Paul Cézard FRA CAN 1976 0–0–1 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 10000 m
Ross Chaffer AUS CAN 2000 0–0–1 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 1000 m
Yuriy Cheban UKR CAN 2004—2016 2–3–1 2006 Szeged silver: C1 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C1 200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: C1 4×200 m, bronze: C1 200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C1 200 m, silver: C1 4×200 m
Olena Cherevatova UKR CAN 2000—2004 0–1–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m
Iosif Chirilă ROU CAN 2008—2012 3–1–1 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C4 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: C4 1000 m
Małgorzata Chojnacka POL CAN 2008 1–1–1 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 1000 m
Martin Chorváth SVK CAN 2004 1–0–0 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 200 m
Alfred Christensen DEN CMA 1948 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K2 500 m
Serhiy Chukhrai URS CAN 1976—1980 3–3–3 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K1 4×500 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Mykola Chuzhykov URS CAN 1964—1968 1–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K2 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 10000 m
Jacob Clear AUS CAN 2008—2016 0–1–1 2011 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 1000 m
Philippe Colin FRA CAN 2008 2–1–0 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m
Danny Collins AUS CAN 1992—2004 1–1–2 1993 København bronze: K1 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K1 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K2 500 m
Ionel Constantin ROU CAN 1984 1–1–0 1983 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K4 10000 m
Andrei Conțolenco ROU CAN 1968 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: K4 1000 m
Javier Correa ARG CAN 1996—2004 0–2–2 1998 Szeged bronze: K1 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K1 1000 m
Costel Coșniță ROU CAN 1972 1–1–3 1970 København bronze: K2 10000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m
Serghei Covaliov ROU CAN 1968—1972 2–1–1 1966 East Berlin gold: C2 1000 m; 1970 København gold: C2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 10000 m
Anna Cox-Wood AUS
NED
CAN 1988—2000 3–4–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Annemarie Cox for the Netherlands); 1986 Montréal silver: K2 500 m (competed as Annemarie Cox for the Netherlands); 1991 Paris silver: K1 5000 m (competed as Anna Wood for Australia); 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed as Anna Wood for Australia); 1998 Szeged gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed as Anna Wood for Australia); 1999 Milano gold: K2 1000 m (competed as Anna Wood for Australia)
Saúl Craviotto ESP CAN 2008—2016 3–5–2 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 200 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 200 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K4 500 m
Renn Crichlow CAN CAN 1988—1996 1–1–1 1991 Paris gold: K1 500 m; 1993 København silver: K1 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K1 200 m
José Cristóbal MEX CAN 2008—2012 1–0–0 2006 Szeged gold: C1 1000 m
Géza Csapó HUN CAN 1972—1976 6–1–3 1970 København bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, and K2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K1 500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K2 500 m
Ferenc Csipes HUN CAN 1988—1996 8–4–4 1985 Mechelen gold: K1 1000 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K1 10000 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K1 1000 m and K4 10000 m, bronze: K2 10000 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1991 Paris gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m
Tamara Csipes HUN CAN 2016 8–1–0 2010 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m and K1 5000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m
István Csizmadia HUN CAN 1968 0–1–1 1970 København bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K1 4×500 m
Jiří Čtvrtečka TCH CAN 1968—1976 0–1–2 1970 København bronze: C1 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C2 500 m
Francisco Cubelos ESP CAN 2012 0–2–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m
Andrej Cuculici ROU CAN 2008 1–1–1 2007 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C4 1000 m
Corneli Vasile Curuzan ROU CAN 2000—2004 0–3–1 1999 Milano bronze: K4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m
Małgorzata Czajczyńska POL CAN 2004 0–2–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 200 m
Kinga Czigány HUN CAN 1992—1996 0–3–2 1993 København silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m
Wouter D'Haene BEL CAN 2004 0–1–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 1000 m
Delyana Dacheva BUL CAN 2004 0–1–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 500 m
Stanislau Daineka BLR CAN 2014 1–0–0 2019 Szeged gold: K2 500 m
Daniel Dal Bo ARG CAN 2016 0–1–0 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 5000 m
Richard Dalton CAN CAN 2004 0–0–3 2002 Sevilla bronze: C2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb bronze: C1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C1 200 m
Fedi Damyanov BUL CAN 1972 0–0–2 1971 Beograd bronze: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m
Gheorghe Danielov ROU CAN 1976 2–3–0 1971 Beograd gold: C2 500 m; 1973 Tampere gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: C2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m
Miklós Darvas HUN CAN 1972 1–1–0 1973 Tampere gold: C1 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C1 500 m
Hannah Davis AUS CAN 2008—2012 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m
Mark de Jonge CAN CAN 2012—2016 2–1–0 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 200 m; 2015 Milano gold: K1 200 m
Aleksandr Degtyaryov URS CAN 1976 0–1–0 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 1000 m
Marie Delattre FRA CAN 2004—2012 0–0–2 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m
József Deme HUN CAN 1972—1980 2–2–3 1973 Tampere gold: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m
Yelizaveta Dementyeva URS CAN 1956 1–1–0 1958 Praha gold: K1 500 m, silver: K2 500 m (competed as Yelizaveta Kislova)
Anatoly Demitkov URS CAN 1956 0–0–2 1958 Praha bronze: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m
Valentin Demyanenko AZE CAN 2012—2016 4–2–0 2005 Zagreb gold: C1 200 m (competed for Ukraine); 2006 Szeged silver: C1 200 m (competed for Ukraine); 2009 Dartmouth gold: C1 200 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2011 Szeged gold: C1 200 m, silver: C1 4×200 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2013 Duisburg gold: C1 200 m (competed for Azerbaijan)
Viktor Denisov URS CAN 1988 7–3–2 1985 Mechelen silver: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1986 Montréal silver: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1993 København gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed for Russia)
Annemiek Derckx NED CAN 1984—1988 0–1–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m
Richard Dessureault-Dober CAN CAN 2004—2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged silver: K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m
Vasile Dîba ROU CAN 1976—1984 5–2–0 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K1 500 m and K1 4×500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K1 500 m and K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K1 500 m
Valery Didenko URS CAN 1972 2–1–0 1970 København gold: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 1000 m
Tina Dietze GER CAN 2012—2016 6–9–2 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m, silver: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m and K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2017 Račice silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K2 200 m
Andreas Dittmer GER CAN 1996—2008 8–4–10 1991 Paris bronze: C4 500 m; 1993 København bronze: C1 10000 m and C2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C1 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 1999 Milano silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C1 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: C1 500 m
Martin Doktor CZE CAN 1996—2004 2–9–3 1995 Duisburg silver: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C1 500 m, silver: C1 200 m, C1 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C1 200 m, silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C4 1000 m; 1999 Milano silver: C1 200 m and C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: C1 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C1 200 m, bronze: C1 500 m
Rudolf Dombi HUN CAN 2012 0–1–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 500 m
Dong Ying CHN CAN 1996 0–1–0 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Éva Dónusz HUN CAN 1992—1996 1–8–4 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1993 København silver: K2 5000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K2 200 m
Marek Dopierała POL CAN 1980—1988 2–3–1 1985 Mechelen silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1986 Montréal gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m
Josef Dostál CZE CAN 2012—2016 4–3–3 2013 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 1000 m and K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m
Dmitry Dovgalyonok BLR
EUN
CAN 1992—1996 1–0–0 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 200 m (competed for Belarus)
Ion Dragulschi ROU CAN 1972 0–3–1 1973 Tampere silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K4 500 m
Georges Dransart FRA CAN/CMA 1948—1956 0–2–0 1950 København silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Miklós Dudás HUN CAN 2012 1–0–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K4 500 m
Alexandru Dulău ROU CAN 1984 0–1–0 1986 Montréal silver: K4 10000 m
Liviu Dumitrescu-Lazar ROU CAN 2012 4–1–1 2010 Poznań gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m
Viorica Dumitru ROU CAN 1968—1972 0–1–3 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Alvydas Duonėla LTU CAN 2000—2008 3–2–2 2001 Poznań gold: K2 200 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Natasa Dusev-Janics HUN
SCG
CAN 2000—2016 19–6–0 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 200 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 1000 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2006 Szeged gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2007 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 200 m, K2 200 m, and K4 500 m, silver: K1 4×200 m and K4 200 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2010 Poznań gold: K1 200 m, K2 200 m, and K4 500 m, silver: K1 500 m and K1 4×200 m (competed as Natasa Janics for Hungary); 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 200 m (competed for Hungary)
Andrian Dushev BUL CAN 1996 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 500 m
Bernd Duvigneau GDR CAN 1976—1980 5–0–0 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m
Filip Dvořák CZE CAN 2012—2016 0–0–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m
Aleksandr Dyachenko RUS CAN 2012 2–3–2 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m, silver: K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K2 200 m
Izabela Dylewska-Światowiak POL CAN 1988—1996 0–5–1 1987 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m (competed as Izabella Dylewska); 1989 Plovdiv silver: K1 500 m and K1 5000 m (competed as Izabella Dylewska); 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Edyta Dzieniszewska-Kierkla POL CAN 2008—2016 1–2–1 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 4×200 m, bronze: K1 1000 m (competed as Edyta Dzieniszewska); 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed as Edyta Dzieniszewska)
Klaus-Peter Ebeling GDR CAN 1968 0–1–1 1970 København silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Vilma Egresi HUN CAN 1960 0–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: K2 500 m
Ulli Eicke FRG CAN 1976—1984 0–3–0 1977 Sofia silver: C1 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C1 500 m; 1985 Mechelen silver: C1 1000 m
Jonas Ems GER CAN 2008—2012 1–2–1 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m
Róbert Erban TCH
SVK
CAN 1992—2004 1–2–1 1991 Paris bronze: K2 10000 m (competed for Czechoslovakia); 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m (competed for Slovakia); 2006 Szeged gold: K4 500 m (competed for Slovakia)
Ingela Ericsson SWE CAN 1996—2000 0–1–3 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 200 m
Nicușor Eșanu ROU CAN 1976—1980 1–4–2 1975 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m, bronze K2 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K2 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham bronze: K2 10000 m
Roswitha Esser GER
FRG
CAN 1964—1972 2–4–1 1963 Jajce gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1966 East Berlin silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1970 København gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1971 Beograd silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany)
José María Esteban ESP CAN 1972—1976 1–1–1 1975 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
László Fábián HUN CMA 1956 4–1–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 10000 m; 1963 Jajce gold: K2 10000 m and K4 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K4 10000 m
Jonas Fager SWE CAN 1992—2000 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K4 10000 m
Ramóna Farkasdi HUN CAN 2010 1–0–0 2017 Račice gold: K2 1000 m
Hartmut Faust FRG CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 1000 m
Wolfram Faust FRG CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 1000 m
Krisztina Fazekas Zur HUN CAN 2012—2016 8–6–0 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 4×200 m and K4 200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m (competed for the United States); 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m, K4 500 m, and K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano silver: K4 500 m; 2017 Račice gold: K4 500 m
Nicolae Fedosei ROU CAN 1984 1–1–0 1983 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K4 10000 m
Nataliya Feklisova UKR CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m
Paul Felinger AUT CAN 1948 0–1–1 1948 London silver: K4 1000 m; 1950 København bronze: K4 1000 m
Elke Felten GER CAN 1964 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Ian Ferguson NZL CAN 1976—1992 2–3–0 1983 Tampere silver: K1 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K2 10000 m
David Fernandes POR CAN 2016 0–1–0 2014 Moskva silver: K4 1000 m
José Ramón Ferrer MEX CAN 1992—2000 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 1000 m
Waldemar Fibigr TCH CAN 1988—1992 0–1–2 1993 København bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1995 Duisburg silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic)
László Fidel HUN CAN 1992 5–1–0 1986 Montréal gold: K4 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m
Yuriy Filatov URS CAN 1972—1976 2–2–0 1970 København gold: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 1000 m
Ognjen Filipović SCG CAN 2000—2004 2–1–3 1998 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m (competed for FR Yugoslavia); 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 200 m (competed for Serbia and Montenegro); 2006 Szeged gold: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Serbia); 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Serbia)
Eberhard Fischer FRG CAN 1972 0–2–0 1971 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m
Fanny Fischer GER CAN 2008 3–4–2 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K4 500 m
Birgit Fischer-Schmidt GDR
GER
CAN 1980—2004 27–6–4 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for East Germany); 1981 Nottingham gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for East Germany); 1982 Beograd gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for East Germany); 1983 Tampere gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for East Germany); 1985 Mechelen gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Schmidt for East Germany); 1987 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Schmidt for East Germany); 1993 København gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K1 5000 m (competed as Birgit Schmidt for Germany); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, silver: K2 200 m and K4 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Birgit Schmidt for Germany); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed as Birgit Schmidt for Germany); 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for Germany); 1998 Szeged gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for Germany); 1999 Milano silver: K4 500 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for Germany); 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 200 m and K4 1000 m (competed as Birgit Fischer for Germany)
Aimee Fisher NZL CAN 2016 0–2–1 2017 Račice bronze: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m
Hugh Fisher CAN CAN 1976—1988 0–1–1 1982 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 500 m
Riley Fitzsimmons AUS CAN 2016 1–0–0 2017 Račice gold: K4 1000 m
Nils Olav Fjeldheim NOR CAN 2000—2004 1–1–1 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K2 1000 m
Niculae Flocea ROU CAN 2008 0–0–1 2007 Duisburg bronze: C4 500 m
Naomi Flood AUS CAN 2012—2016 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 1000 m
László Foltán HUN CAN 1980 3–0–1 1977 Sofia gold: C2 500 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C2 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C2 500 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: C2 500 m
Konstantin Fomichev RUS CAN 2004 4–3–2 1997 Dartmouth silver: C4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 1999 Milano gold: C2 200 m, C4 200 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: C4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 500 m
Ben Fouhy NZL CAN 2004—2012 1–0–1 2003 Gainesville gold: K1 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K1 1000 m
Émilie Fournel CAN CAN 2008—2016 0–0–2 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K1 5000 m
Christian Frederiksen DEN
NOR
CAN 1988—2000 6–1–1 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 10000 m (competed for Denmark); 1987 Duisburg gold: C2 10000 m (competed for Denmark); 1989 Plovdiv gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m (competed for Denmark); 1990 Poznań gold: C2 10000 m (competed for Denmark); 1993 København gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m, silver: C2 500 m (competed for Denmark)
Gert Fredriksson SWE CAN/CMA 1948—1982 7–2–2 1948 London gold: K1 500 m and K1 4×500 m; 1950 København gold: K1 1000 m and K1 4×500 m, silver: K1 10000 m; 1954 Mâcon gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, and K1 4×500 m; 1958 Praha silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m and K1 4×500 m
Maciej Freimut POL CAN 1988—1996 1–4–2 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K1 1000 m; 1993 København silver: K2 500 m and K4 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m
Oszkár Frey HUN CAN 1976—1980 1–3–0 1975 Beograd silver: C2 10000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: C2 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C2 1000 m
Svend Frømming DEN CMA 1952—1956 0–1–0 1950 København silver: K2 10000 m
Martin Fuksa CZE CAN 2016 2–4–2 2014 Moskva silver: C1 1000 m bronze: C1 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: C1 500 m, silver: C1 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: C1 500 m, silver: C1 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m
Petr Fuksa CZE CAN 1996 2–7–2 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C2 200 m and C4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C4 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: C4 200 m; 2001 Poznań silver: C4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: C2 200 m and C4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C2 200 m and C4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C4 200 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C4 200 m
Karen Furneaux CAN CAN 2000—2008 2–3–4 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K2 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: K2 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K1 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 200 m and K1 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 4×200 m
Tomas Gadeikis LTU CAN 2008 3–0–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C2 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: C2 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C2 200 m
Andrzej Gajewski POL CAN 1996 0–1–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 10000 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K4 10000 m
Michał Gajownik POL CAN 2000 2–0–1 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m
Sergey Galkov URS CAN 1988 0–0–2 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m; 1993 København bronze: K4 10000 m (competed for Russia)
Vitaly Galkov URS CAN 1968 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: C2 1000 m
Louis Gantois FRA CAN 1952—1956 0–1–1 1954 Mâcon silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Gao Beibei CHN CAN 1996 0–1–0 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Gao Yi CHN CAN 2004 0–1–0 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m
Denis Garazha BLR CAN 2012 5–3–0 2009 Dartmouth gold: C1 500 m and C4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: C1 500 m and C4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: C4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva silver: C4 1000 m
José Garcia POR CAN 1988—1996 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K1 10000 m
María Isabel García ESP CAN 2000—2004 0–3–4 2001 Poznań silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb bronze: K4 200 m
Miguel García ESP CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 200 m
Erika Géczi HUN CAN 1988 1–3–2 1982 Beograd silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K2 500 m; 1985 Mechelen bronze: K4 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Peter Gelle SVK CAN 2012—2016 1–2–0 2010 Poznań silver: K1 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K2 1000 m
Carsta Genäuß GDR CAN 1980 7–0–0 1978 Beograd gold: K4 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Carsta Kühn); 1983 Tampere gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Carsta Kühn); 1985 Mechelen gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Carsta Kühn)
Carl von Gerber SWE CAN 1960—1964 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: K1 4×500 m
Rodrigo Germade ESP CAN 2016 1–3–0 2017 Račice gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K4 500 m
Vanya Gesheva BUL CAN 1980—1988 1–2–2 1977 Sofia bronze: K2 500 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K1 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Leonid Geyshtor URS CAN 1960 1–0–0 1963 Jajce gold: C2 10000 m
Marie-Josée Gibeau-Ouimet CAN CAN 1996—2000 3–1–0 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 200 m (competed as Marie-Josée Gibeau); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K2 200 m
Csaba Giczy HUN CAN 1968—1976 3–3–2 1970 København bronze: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m, silver: K4 10000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K4 10000 m
Steve Giles CAN CAN 1992—2004 1–0–2 1993 København bronze: C1 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C1 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: C1 1000 m
Christian Gille GER CAN 2000—2008 5–3–6 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1999 Milano bronze: C2 200 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: C1 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m
Alexandru Giura ROU CAN 1980 0–1–0 1978 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m
Andreas Gjersøe NOR CAN 2004 0–0–1 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m
Lars Glassér SWE CAN 1952 5–1–0 1948 London gold: K1 4×500 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1950 København gold: K1 4×500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m; 1954 Mâcon gold: K1 4×500 m
Marcel Glăvan ROU CAN 1996 2–5–0 1994 Ciudad de México silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m
Petar Godev BUL CAN 1988—1992 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 500 m
Sabine Goetschy-Kleinhenz FRA CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K2 5000 m (competed as Sabine Goetschy)
Björn Goldschmidt GER CAN 2004—2008 1–1–0 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
Tomasz Goliasz POL CAN 1996 0–1–1 1989 Plovdiv silver: C2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 1000 m
Beatriz Gomes POR CAN 2008—2012 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m
Nina Gopova-Trofimova URS CAN 1976—1980 2–3–0 1973 Tampere gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m (competed as Nina Gopova); 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Nina Gopova)
Nikolay Gorbachov URS CAN 1972 1–0–2 1971 Beograd bronze: K4 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K4 10000 m
Kazimierz Górecki POL CAN 1976 0–0–2 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m
Oleg Goroby RUS
EUN
CAN 1992—2000 7–2–5 1990 Poznań gold: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1993 København gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1999 Milano bronze: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 2001 Poznań silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 500 m (competed for Russia)
Mathieu Goubel FRA CAN 2008—2012 0–1–3 1999 Milano bronze: C4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m and C1 4×200 m
Petra Grabowski GDR CAN 1972 1–3–2 1970 København silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 500 m (competed as Petra Borzym)
Maurice Graffen FRA CAN/CMA 1948—1956 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K4 1000 m
Aleksandr Gramovich EUN CAN 1992 0–0–1 1990 Poznań bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union)
Pablo Grate SWE CAN 1992 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K4 10000 m
Anatoly Grishin URS CAN 1964 1–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K2 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 10000 m
Andrzej Gronowicz POL CAN 1972—1976 0–1–2 1973 Tampere bronze: C2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: C2 1000 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: C2 1000 m
Marcus Groß GER CAN 2012—2016 3–0–2 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K2 500 m
Nebojša Grujić SRB CAN 2016 1–0–3 2014 Moskva gold: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K2 200 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 200 m
Vladimir Grushikhin ARM
RUS
CAN 2000—2004 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 500 m (competed for Russia)
Nina Gruzintseva URS CAN 1964 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 500 m
Marcin Grzybowski POL CAN 2008—2012 0–3–2 2002 Sevilla bronze: C4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 500 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C4 500 m; 2015 Milano bronze: C2 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: C4 1000 m
Hans Martin Gulbrandsen NOR CAN/CMA 1948—1952 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K1 4×500 m
Artur Guliev UZB CAN 2014 0–0–1 2019 Szeged bronze: C2 200 m
Nataliya Guly RUS CAN 1996—2000 0–1–2 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: K4 200 m
Anders Gustafsson SWE CAN 2000—2012 1–3–0 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 500 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m
Torsten Gutsche GER CAN 1992—1996 11–5–4 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m and K2 10000 m; 1993 København gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Zsolt Gyulay HUN CAN 1988—1996 6–4–4 1986 Montréal gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K1 1000 m and K4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m and K2 500 m; 1993 København silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 200 m
Karin Haftenberger GDR CAN 1968 0–0–1 1966 East Berlin bronze: K4 500 m
Maria Haglund SWE CAN 1992 0–3–3 1991 Paris silver: K2 5000 m; 1993 København silver: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 200 m
Antal Hajba HUN CAN 1964 1–0–0 1966 East Berlin gold: C1 10000 m
Jonatán Hajdu HUN CAN 2016 0–1–2 2014 Moskva bronze: C1 4×200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: C2 200 m; 2019 Szeged silver: C2 500 m
Thomas Hall CAN CAN 2008 0–1–0 2006 Szeged silver: C4 1000 m
Angela Hannah GBR CAN 2012—2016 0–0–1 2017 Račice bronze: K2 200 m
Jean-Paul Hanquier FRA CAN 1976 0–1–0 1978 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Ejvind Hansen DEN CAN/CMA 1948—1952 0–1–2 1948 London bronze: K1 4×500 m and K2 500 m; 1950 København silver: K1 4×500 m
Erik Hansen DEN CAN 1960—1972 1–4–0 1963 Jajce gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1966 East Berlin silver: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m; 1970 København silver: K1 10000 m
Henriette Engel Hansen DEN CAN 2008—2016 1–0–0 2014 Moskva gold: K2 1000 m
Wolfgang Hartl AUT CAN 1980—1984 0–0–1 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 1000 m
Bridgitte Hartley RSA CAN 2008—2016 0–0–3 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 1000 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K1 1000 m
Ingrid Hartmann GER CAN 1960 0–1–1 1958 Praha bronze: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1963 Jajce silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Paula Harvey AUS CAN 2004 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m
Ferenc Hatlaczky HUN CMA 1956 1–3–1 1954 Mâcon gold: K1 10000 m, silver: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1958 Praha silver: K1 1000 m and K1 4×500 m
Teneale Hatton NZL CAN 2012 2–0–0 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 5000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 1000 m
Daniel Havel CZE CAN 2012—2016 1–1–4 2010 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano bonze: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m
Václav Havel TCH CMA 1948 0–0–1 1950 København bronze: C2 1000 m
He Jing CHN CAN 2004 0–1–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Liam Heath GBR CAN 2012—2016 2–3–2 2010 Poznań silver: K1 4×200 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K1 200 m
Ingemar Hedberg SWE CAN 1952 3–0–0 1950 København gold: K1 4×500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m
Helmut Hediger AUT CAN 1968—1972 0–1–0 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 1000 m
Róbert Hegedűs HUN CAN 1996 7–1–2 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K4 200 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 200 m and K4 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 200 m
Rüdiger Helm GDR CAN 1976—1980 10–6–3 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K2 1000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K1 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K1 1000 m, K2 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K1 1000 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K1 1000 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Tibor Helyi HUN CAN 1988 1–1–2 1982 Beograd bronze: K4 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 10000 m; 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 10000 m
Bertrand Hémonic FRA CAN 2008 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C1 4×200 m
Peter Hempel GDR CAN 1980 3–3–3 1978 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K4 1000 m; 1982 Beograd silver: K1 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Rainer Hennes FRG CAN 1972 0–2–0 1970 København silver: K4 10000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m
Mike Herbert USA CAN 1988—1996 0–2–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K1 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K1 500 m and K2 500 m
Sabrina Hering GER CAN 2016 1–1–1 2015 Milano gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice silver: K4 500 m
Javier Hernanz ESP CAN 2004—2016 0–0–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K1 5000 m
István Hernek HUN CAN 1956 0–1–1 1954 Mâcon silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 10000 m
Alison Herst CAN CAN 1992—1996 1–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m
Marco Herszel GER CAN 2004 1–1–2 2001 Poznań bronze: K2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
Francis Hervieu FRA CAN 1980—1984 0–0–1 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m
Bernd Hessel FRG CAN 1984 0–0–1 1982 Beograd bronze: K4 1000 m
Mihály Hesz HUN CAN 1964—1968 2–1–3 1963 Jajce bronze: K1 10000 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 10000 m, silver: K1 4×500 m; 1970 København bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K1 500 m
Olaf Heukrodt GDR
GER
CAN 1980—1992 7–4–1 1981 Nottingham gold: C1 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1982 Beograd gold: C1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1983 Tampere silver: C2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1985 Mechelen gold: C1 500 m and C2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1986 Montréal gold: C1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1987 Duisburg gold: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1989 Plovdiv silver: C1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris silver: C4 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m (competed for Germany)
Ragnar Heurlin SWE CAN 1956 1–1–0 1954 Mâcon gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Sándor Hódosi HUN CAN 1988 2–0–1 1987 Duisburg bronze: K2 10000 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 10000 m and K4 1000 m
Paul Hoekstra BEL
NED
CAN 1964—1976 0–1–1 1966 East Berlin bronze: K1 500 m (competed for the Netherlands); 1971 Beograd silver: K2 500 m (competed for Belgium)
Karen Hoff DEN CAN 1948 1–1–0 1948 London gold: K2 500 m; 1950 København silver: K1 500 m
Max Hoff GER CAN 2008—2016 7–5–0 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 5000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 5000 m and K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 1000 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 5000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 5000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K1 5000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K1 5000 m
Detlef Hofmann GER CAN 1996 3–2–1 1991 Paris gold: K4 500 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m
Maggie Hogan USA CAN 2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: K1 1000 m
Josef Holeček TCH CAN 1948—1952 1–1–0 1950 København gold: C1 1000 m, silver: C1 10000 m
Katalin Hollósy HUN CAN 1972 1–0–0 1971 Beograd gold: K2 500 m
Martin Hollstein GER CAN 2008—2012 1–0–0 2010 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m
Knut Holmann NOR CAN 1988—2000 4–5–4 1990 Poznań gold: K1 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1993 København gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K1 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: K1 1000 m
Ivan Holovachov URS CAN 1960 0–1–0 1958 Praha silver: K2 1000 m
Christian Holzenberg GER CMA 1936 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: C2 10000 m
Luca Homonnai HUN CAN 2014 0–1–0 2015 Milano silver: K2 200 m
Jenni Honkanen-Mikkonen FIN CAN 2004—2012 0–0–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m (competed as Jenni Honkanen)
Silke Hörmann GER CAN 2012 0–3–0 2006 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K4 500 m
Antonija Horvat-Panda SRB CAN 2012 0–0–1 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m (competed as Antonija Panda)
Csaba Horváth HUN CAN 1996 12–5–1 1993 København gold: C2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m, C2 500 m, and C4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C2 200 m, C2 500 m, C2 1000 m, C4 200 m, and C4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 500 m and C4 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m and C4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C2 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m; 1999 Milano bronze: C4 1000 m
Gábor Horváth HUN CAN 1996—2004 3–4–6 1993 København silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 1000 m
Didier Hoyer FRA CAN 1984—1992 0–3–2 1986 Montréal bronze: C1 10000 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1991 Paris silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m
Gregor Hradetzky AUT CAN/CMA 1936—1981 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: K1 1000 m (competed for Germany)
Aliaksandra Hryshyna BLR CAN 2010 0–2–0 2014 Moskva silver: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 1000 m
Étienne Hubert FRA CAN 2016 1–1–1 2010 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m
Martin Hunter AUS CAN 1988—1992 1–0–2 1989 Plovdiv gold: K1 500 m; 1990 Poznań bronze: K1 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K2 500 m
Arnaud Hybois FRA CAN 2008—2016 3–1–2 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 200 m and K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m
Josefa Idem-Guerrini ITA
FRG
CAN 1984—2012 5–9–8 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K1 500 m and K1 5000 m (competed as Josefa Idem for West Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: K1 500 m, silver: K1 5000 m (competed for Italy); 1991 Paris gold: K1 5000 m, bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Italy); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Italy); 1997 Dartmouth silver: K1 200 m, K1 500 m, and K1 1000 m (competed for Italy); 1998 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Italy); 1999 Milano silver: K1 200 m, K1 500 m, and K1 1000 m (competed for Italy); 2001 Poznań gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m (competed for Italy); 2002 Sevilla bronze: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m (competed for Italy); 2006 Szeged silver: K1 500 m (competed for Italy); 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Italy)
Andrei Igorov ROU CAN 1964 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: C1 10000 m
Andreas Ihle GER CAN 2000—2012 2–3–1 2001 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m
Kayla Imrie NZL CAN 2016 0–2–1 2017 Račice bronze: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m
Vyacheslav Ionov URS CAN 1964 1–0–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 10000 m
Simion Ismailciuc ROU CAN/CMA 1956 2–0–0 1958 Praha gold: C2 1000 m; 1963 Jajce gold: C1 1000 m
Aleksandr Ivanik RUS CAN 1996—2000 3–3–4 1993 København gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 500 m
Dimitrie Ivanov ROU CAN 1968 1–1–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m
Haralambie Ivanov ROU CAN 1964—1968 3–1–1 1963 Jajce gold: K1 4×500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin bronze: K1 4×500 m
Morten Ivarsen NOR CAN 1988—1996 1–0–2 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1991 Paris bronze: K1 10000 m
Ivar Iversen NOR CAN 1936 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K1 4×500 m
Mieke Jaapies NED CAN 1968—1972 0–2–0 1970 København silver: K1 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K1 500 m
Stephen Jackson GBR CAN 1984 1–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 10000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K2 10000 m
Milan Janić YUG CAN 1980—1984 3–3–0 1978 Beograd gold: K1 10000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K1 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K1 10000 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K1 10000 m
Stjepan Janić CRO CAN 2008 0–1–0 1998 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m
Daniel Jędraszko POL CAN 2000—2008 4–4–2 1997 Dartmouth silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C2 200 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: C4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C2 200 m and C2 500 m
Bernhard Jensen DEN CAN 1948 0–0–2 1948 London bronze: K1 4×500 m and K2 500 m
Andrzej Jezierski IRL CAN 2012 2–1–2 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C1 200 m (competed for Poland); 2003 Gainesville bronze: C4 1000 m (competed for Poland); 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Poland)
Jan Johansen NOR CAN 1968—1972 1–2–0 1966 East Berlin silver: K2 10000 m; 1970 København gold: K4 10000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Gunnar Johansson SWE CAN/CMA 1948 1–0–1 1938 Vaxholm gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Karin Johansson SWE CAN 2012—2016 0–1–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 2017 Račice silver: K1 1000 m
Sven Johansson SWE CMA 1936 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K2 10000 m folding
Márton Joób HUN CAN 2004 3–0–1 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C4 200 m and C4 500 m
István Joós HUN CAN 1980 0–2–1 1977 Sofia silver: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 10000 m
Fernando Jorge CUB CAN 2016 0–4–1 2017 Račice silver: C2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: C1 5000 m and C2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m
Stein Jorgensen USA CAN 1996—2000 1–0–0 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m
Sébastien Jouve FRA CAN 2008—2016 3–2–3 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 200 m and K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m, bronze: K2 200 m
Nicolae Juravschi MDA
ROU
URS
CAN/CNOS 1988—2001 8–2–1 1989 Plovdiv gold: C2 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: C2 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris gold: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1995 Duisburg silver: C2 500 m (competed for Moldova)
Emma Jørgensen DEN CAN 2016 1–2–2 2014 Moskva gold: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K1 200 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m
Mihhail Kaaleste URS CAN 1956 0–0–2 1958 Praha bronze: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m
Andrey Kabanov RUS CAN 1996 4–4–3 1993 København silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C4 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C4 1000 m, bronze: C2 200 m and C4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: C4 200 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 500 m
Tomasz Kaczor POL CAN 2012—2016 0–1–0 2019 Szeged silver: C1 1000 m
Juraj Kadnár TCH
SVK
CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K2 10000 m (competed for Czechoslovakia)
Adi Kainz AUT CAN/CMA 1936 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: K2 10000 m (competed for Germany)
Igor Kalashnikov RUS CAN 2010 0–1–0 2019 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m
Sergey Kalesnik BLR
URS
EUN
CAN 1988—1996 3–3–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: K1 500 m and K2 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K1 200 m (competed for Belarus); 1995 Duisburg silver: K1 200 m (competed for Belarus)
Grzegorz Kaleta POL CAN 1992—1996 0–2–3 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 10000 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K4 10000 m; 1993 København silver: K4 10000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m
Maggie Kalka FIN FEN 1952 1–0–0 1938 Vaxholm gold: K1 600 m
Mateusz Kamiński POL CAN 2016 0–0–2 2015 Milano bronze: C1 1000 m; 2017 Račice bronze: C1 5000 m
Zoltán Kammerer HUN CAN 1996—2012 3–6–6 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K2 500 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K4 1000 m
Stefan Kapłaniak POL CAN/CMA 1956—1964 2–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K1 500 m and K2 500 m
Heorhiy Kariukhin URS CAN 1968 1–0–2 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m
Bohuslav Karlík TCH CAN/CMA 1936—1952 1–1–1 1938 Vaxholm gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1950 København bronze: C2 10000 m
Tommy Karls SWE CAN 1984 0–1–0 1985 Mechelen silver: K4 10000 m
Anna Karlsson SWE CAN 2004 0–1–3 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m
Eva Karlsson SWE CAN 1984 0–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 500 m
Ilse Kaschube GDR CAN 1972 2–0–0 1973 Tampere gold: K2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 500 m
Maria Kazanecka-Górecka POL CAN 1976 0–0–1 1975 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Maria Kazanecka)
Milko Kazanov BUL CAN 1992—2004 0–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 1000 m
Oliver Kegel GER
FRG
CAN 1984—1992 4–2–2 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for West Germany); 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 10000 m (competed for West Germany): 1991 Paris gold: K4 500 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed for Germany)
Imre Kemecsey HUN CAN 1960—1964 0–1–1 1966 East Berlin silver: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m
Erich Kemnitz FRG CAN 1968 0–1–0 1970 København silver: K4 10000 m
Corrina Kennedy CAN CAN 1996 2–1–1 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m
Grant Kenny AUS CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K2 1000 m
Terry Kent USA CAN 1984—1992 0–1–0 1990 Poznań silver: K2 500 m
Alexandra Keresztesi ARG CAN 2016 2–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Hungary); 2006 Szeged gold: K4 1000 m (competed for Hungary); 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m (competed for Hungary)
Ibragim Khasanov URS
TJK
CAN/KMOT 1960—1995 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: K1 4×500 m
Andriy Khimich URS CAN 1964 0–1–0 1966 Ost-Berlin silver: C2 10000 m
Ivan Khristov BUL CAN 2004 0–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 1000 m
Olga Khudenko BLR CAN 2012—2016 4–2–5 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 500 m and K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano gold: K4 500 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K1 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K2 500 m, silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m
Lyudmila Khvedosyuk-Pinayeva URS CAN 1964—1972 7–3–0 1963 Jajce gold: K4 500 m, silver: K1 500 m and K2 500 m (competed as Lyudmila Khvedosyuk); 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, (competed as Lyudmila Pinayeva); 1970 København gold: K1 500 m (competed as Lyudmila Pinayeva); 1971 Beograd gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Lyudmila Pinayeva); 1973 Tampere gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m (competed as Lyudmila Pinayeva)
Mariya Kichasova UKR CAN 2010 0–0–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 200 m (competed as Mariya Kichasova-Skoryk)
Stefan Kiraj GER CAN 2016 1–1–1 2011 Szeged bronze: C1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: C1 4×200 m; 2017 Račice gold: C4 1000 m
Gunar Kirchbach GER CAN 1996 2–0–3 1993 København bronze: C2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 1000 m
Miroslav Kirchev BUL CAN 2012—2016 0–1–0 2014 Moskva silver: K1 1000 m
Serhiy Kirsanov URS
EUN
CAN 1988—1992 3–2–2 1986 Montréal silver: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union)
Lajos Kiss HUN CAN 1956 0–1–0 1958 Praha silver: K1 4×500 m
Tamás Kiss HUN CAN 2008 0–0–2 2014 Moskva bronze: C4 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: C4 1000 m
Shinobu Kitamoto JPN CAN 2004—2012 0–0–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 200 m
Theo Kleine GER CMA 1956 2–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Ivans Klementjevs LAT
URS
CAN 1988—1996 7–3–3 1983 Tampere silver: C2 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1985 Mechelen gold: C1 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1986 Montréal silver: C1 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1987 Duisburg bronze: C1 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv gold: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 10000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris gold: C1 1000 m, silver: C1 10000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1993 København gold: C1 1000 m (competed for Latvia); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C1 1000 m (competed for Latvia); 1995 Duisburg bronze: C1 1000 m (competed for Latvia)
Herbert Klepp AUT CAN/CMA 1948 0–1–2 1948 London silver: K4 1000 m; 1950 København bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 1000 m
Ludvík Klíma TCH CMA 1936—1948 0–0–1 1948 London bronze: K4 1000 m
Andrzej Klimaszewski POL CAN 1980 0–3–2 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 10000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 10000 m
Lennart Klingström SWE CAN 1948 3–1–0 1948 London gold: K1 4×500 m and K4 1000 m; 1950 København gold: K1 4×500 m, silver: K1 500 m
Serhiy Klymniuk UKR CAN 2000 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: C2 200 m
Ivana Kmeťová SVK CAN 2008—2012 0–1–2 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 200 m
Slavomír Kňazovický TCH
SVK
CAN 1992—2000 0–1–2 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Slovakia); 1998 Szeged silver: C1 200 m (competed for Slovakia); 1999 Milano bronze: C1 200 m (competed for Slovakia)
Yvonne Knudsen DEN CAN 1988—1992 0–1–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K1 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K1 500 m
Rita Kőbán HUN CAN 1988—2000 9–10–6 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1993 København silver: K1 5000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K1 200 m, K2 200 m, and K4 200 m, silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m and K1 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 200 m, silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 200 and K4 500, bronze: K1 200 m and K1 500 m
Marcin Kobierski POL CAN 1996 2–0–0 2001 Poznań gold: C2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C2 1000 m
Anita Kobuß GDR CAN 1968 1–1–2 1966 East Berlin gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1970 København silver: K4 500 m
Jiří Kodeš TCH CAN 1960 0–0–2 1958 Praha bronze: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Angel Kodinov BUL CAN 2016 0–1–0 2019 Szeged silver: C1 500 m
Martina Kohlová SVK CAN 2008—2016 0–1–2 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 200 m
Roland Kökény HUN CAN 2000—2012 2–2–1 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m
Mikko Kolehmainen FIN CAN 1984—1996 1–0–0 1993 København gold: K1 500 m
Michael Kolganov ISR CAN 2000—2008 2–1–0 1998 Szeged gold: K1 200 m, silver: K1 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K1 200 m
György Kolonics HUN CAN 1992—2004 15–9–4 1993 København gold: C2 500 m and C4 1000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m, C2 500 m, and C4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C2 200 m, C2 500 m, C2 1000 m, C4 200 m, and C4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 500 m and C4 500, silver: C2 1000 m and C4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C2 500 m and C4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: C1 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 200 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m
Pavel Konovalov RUS CAN 1996 1–3–2 1993 København silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: C2 200 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: C4 200 m and C4 500 m
Bálint Kopasz HUN CAN 2016 1–0–0 2019 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m
Aleksey Korovashkov RUS CAN 2012 5–1–0 2011 Szeged gold: C1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C2 200 m, C2 500 m, and C1 4×200 m, silver: C1 200 m; 2015 Milano gold: C2 200 m
Tatyana Korshunova URS CAN 1976 0–2–2 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 500 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Larisa Kosorukova-Peysakhovich ISR
RUS
CAN 1996—2004 0–0–3 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m (competed as Larisa Kosorukova for Russia); 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m (competed as Larisa Pesyakhovich for Russia); 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 1000 m (competed as Larisa Pesyakhovich for Israel)
Růžena Košťálová TCH CAN 1948 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K2 500 m
Bärbel Köster GDR CAN 1976 4–0–0 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m
Josefa Köster GER CAN 1952 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K2 600 m (competed as Josefa Lehmenkühler)
Aleksandr Kostoglod RUS
EUN
CAN 1992—2008 6–5–6 1993 København silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1997 Dartmouth silver: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Russia); 1998 Szeged gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1999 Milano gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Russia); 2001 Poznań bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Russia); 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Russia); 2003 Gainesville silver: C2 1000 m (competed for Russia); 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 200 m (competed for Russia); 2006 Szeged gold: C2 500 m (competed for Russia); 2009 Dartmouth silver: C4 200 m (competed for Russia); 2010 Poznań bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Russia)
Dariusz Koszykowski POL CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 1000 m
Grzegorz Kotowicz POL CAN 1992—2000 0–3–5 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K1 200 m and K1 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K1 500 m
Katalin Kovács HUN CAN 2000—2012 31–7–3 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m and K2 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, and K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m, silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, K2 200 m, and K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m
Nadezhda Kovalevich URS CAN 1988 0–0–2 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K2 5000 m and K4 500 m
Aleksandr Kovalyov RUS CAN 2000—2004 3–1–2 1998 Szeged gold: C2 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: C4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: C2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 200 m
Danuta Kozák HUN CAN 2008—2016 14–2–2 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m, silver: K1 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m, K4 500 m, and K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 500, silver: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K1 500 m
György Kozmann HUN CAN 2004—2008 4–2–4 1999 Milano bronze: C4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 200 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m
Grzegorz Kołtan POL CAN 1976—1980 2–1–3 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Dieter Krause GER CAN 1960 1–1–2 1958 Praha bronze: K1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1963 Jajce gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m (competed for East Germany)
Grzegorz Krawców POL CAN 1988—1992 0–2–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 1000 m
Andrey Kraytor RUS CAN 2016 2–1–0 2011 Szeged silver: C1 4×200 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2013 Duisburg gold: C1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C1 4×200 m
Galina Kreft-Alekseyeva URS CAN 1976—1980 0–7–0 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 500 m (competed as Galina Kreft); 1975 Beograd silver: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Galina Kreft); 1979 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Galina Alekseyeva); 1983 Tampere silver: K4 500 m (competed as Galina Alekseyeva)
Torsten Krentz GDR CAN 1988 0–1–3 1989 Plovdiv silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań bronze: K1 10000 m and K4 1000 m
Peter Kretschmer GER CAN 2012 3–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: C2 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: C2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C2 1000 m
Steffi Kriegerstein GER CAN 2016 1–1–2 2015 Milano gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice silver: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 500 m
Tomáš Křivánek TCH CAN 1988 1–1–3 1993 København bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1995 Duisburg silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1998 Szeged gold: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic)
Ota Kroutil TCH CAN 1948—1952 0–0–1 1948 London bronze: K4 1000 m
Kazimierz Krzyżański POL CAN 1988 0–1–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Petr Kubíček TCH CAN 1980 0–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: C2 10000 m
Gábor Kucsera HUN CAN 2008 2–1–3 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K2 500 m
Dorota Kuczkowska POL CAN 2008 0–1–2 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m
Bohumil Kudrna TCH CAN 1948—1952 2–0–0 1950 København gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Mariusz Kujawski POL CAN 2008 0–1–0 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m
Katarzyna Kulczak POL CAN 1976 0–0–1 1975 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m
Piotr Kuleta POL CAN 2012 0–1–1 2015 Milano bronze: C2 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: C4 1000 m
Tamás Kulifai HUN CAN 2012 1–1–1 2011 Szeged gold: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K4 1000 m
Aleksandr Kurlyandchik BLR CAN 2004 0–1–3 2001 Poznań silver: C4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: C4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb bronze: C4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m
Wojciech Kurpiewski POL CAN 1988—1992 0–3–2 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1993 København silver: K2 500 m
Reiner Kurth GDR CAN 1972 1–0–0 1971 Beograd gold: K2 1000 m
Kateryna Kuryshko URS CAN 1972 1–0–1 1971 Beograd gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Kurt Kuschela GER CAN 2012 1–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: C2 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m
Rastislav Kužel SVK CAN 2000 1–0–0 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 200 m
Pavel Kvasil TCH CAN 1972 0–0–1 1966 East Berlin bronze: K2 10000 m
Geir Kvillum NOR CAN 1984 0–1–0 1983 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m
Herbert Laabs GDR CAN 1972 1–2–2 1973 Tampere bronze: K2 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m
Raimundas Labuckas LTU CAN 2008 3–0–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C2 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: C2 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C2 200 m
Paul Lange GER CAN 1960 1–0–1 1958 Praha gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Wolfgang Lange GDR
GER
CAN 1960—1968 1–1–2 1963 Jajce gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m (competed for East Germany); 1966 East Berlin bronze: K4 10000 m (competed for East Germany)
Eirik Verås Larsen NOR CAN 2000—2012 3–1–2 2001 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K1 1000 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 1000 m
Poul Larsen DEN CAN 1936 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: K2 1000 m
Irina Lauric ROU CAN 2012 0–0–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m
Yannick Lavigne FRA CAN 2004 0–0–1 1999 Milano bronze: C4 500 m
Ivan Lawler GBR CAN 1988—1996 1–1–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 10000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K2 10000 m
Alain Lebas FRA CAN 1976—1980 0–1–1 1978 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m
Gert Jan Lebbink NED CAN 1980—1984 0–1–0 1982 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Vincent Lecrubier FRA CAN 2008 0–1–0 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 1000 m
Patrick Lefoulon FRA CAN 1980—1984 1–0–0 1982 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m
Jürgen Lehnert GDR CAN 1976 1–0–1 1973 Tampere bronze: K4 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 1000 m
Gusztáv Leikep HUN CAN 1988 0–3–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: C4 100 m; 1990 Poznań silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m
Carolin Leonhardt GER CAN 2004—2012 6–8–1 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m, silver: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m
Krzysztof Lepianka POL CAN 1980 0–2–1 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 10000 m
Ionel Lețcae ROU CAN 1984 1–1–0 1983 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K4 10000 m
Éric le Leuch FRA CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 200 m
Detlef Lewe GER
FRG
CAN 1960—1972 3–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: C1 1000 m (competed for West Germany); 1966 East Berlin gold: C1 1000 m (competed for West Germany); 1971 Beograd gold: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m (competed for West Germany)
Li Qiang CHN CAN 2008—2016 1–2–0 2010 Poznań silver: C1 500 m; 2015 Milano silver: C1 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C2 500 m
Gertrude Liebhart AUT CAN 1952 0–1–1 1948 London bronze: K2 500 m; 1950 København silver: K2 500 m
Kurt Liebhart AUT CAN 1952—1960 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: C2 1000 m
Tom Liebscher GER CAN 2010—2016 6–3–0 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 500 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K4 500 m, silver: K1 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m
Andreas Lind DEN CAN 1952 0–1–1 1950 København silver: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K1 500 m
Bernt Lindelöf SWE CAN 1968—1980 0–1–1 1966 East Berlin silver: C2 1000 m; 1970 København bronze: C2 10000 m
Kurt Lindlgruber AUT CAN 1964—1968 0–1–0 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 1000 m
Tibor Linka SVK CAN 2016 1–0–0 2015 Milano gold: K4 1000 m
Igor Lipalit ROU CAN 1960—1964 0–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: C2 10000 m
Artur Litvinchuk BLR CAN 2008 1–1–0 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m
Lutz Liwowski GER CAN 1996—2000 2–0–3 1995 Duisburg bronze: K1 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K1 1000 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: K1 1000 m
Matija Ljubek YUG CAN 1976—1988 4–3–3 1975 Beograd bronze: C1 10000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: C1 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m
Carl-Åke Ljung SWE CAN 1956 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: K1 4×500 m
Francisco Llera ESP CAN 2004 2–0–0 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m
Yury Lobanov URS CAN 1972—1980 8–1–2 1973 Tampere gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: C2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Nataliya Lobova RUS CAN 2012 0–2–2 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m
Alan Lohniský TCH CAN 1988 0–0–1 1987 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m
Karel Lomecký TCH CMA 1948 0–0–1 1948 London bronze: K4 1000 m
Oldřich Lomecký TCH CMA 1952 0–0–1 1950 København bronze: C2 10000 m
Carsten Lömker FRG CAN 1988 0–0–1 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 10000 m
José Ramón López ESP CAN 1976 1–1–4 1975 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Armand Loreau FRA CAN 1952 0–2–0 1950 København silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Yevgeny Lukantsov RUS CAN 2016 0–0–2 2017 Račice bronze: K1 200 m, 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K1 200 m
Engelbert Lulla AUT CAN 1952 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: C2 1000 m
Per Lundh SWE CAN 1980 0–0–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K4 500 m
Ivano Lussignoli ITA CAN 1996 0–1–0 1998 Szeged silver: K4 200 m
Boris Lyubenov BUL CAN 1968—1972 0–0–1 1970 København bronze: C2 1000 m
Lyubomir Lyubenov BUL CAN 1980 1–1–2 1978 Beograd gold: C1 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 1981 Nottingham bronze: C2 500 m
Aurel Macarencu ROU CAN 1988 2–1–2 1985 Mechelen bronze: C1 500 m and C1 1000 m; 1986 Montréal gold: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m, silver: C1 500 m
Klara MacAskill CAN CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 200 m
Paul MacDonald NZL CAN 1980—1992 3–3–0 1982 Beograd silver: K2 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m and K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K2 10000 m
Uwe Madeja GDR CAN 1980 0–1–1 1981 Nottingham silver: C2 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen bronze: C2 500 m
Bob Maesen BEL CAN 2000—2008 0–1–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 1000 m
Geza Magyar ROU CAN 1992—2000 0–3–2 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 500 m
Renata Major-Kubik SRB CAN 2012 0–0–1 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m (competed as Renata Kubik)
Serhiy Makarenko URS CAN 1960 1–0–0 1963 Jajce gold: C2 10000 m
Vadim Makhnyov BLR CAN 2004—2012 7–5–4 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K4 200 m, and K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K2 500 m
Policarp Malîhin ROU CAN 1976 0–1–1 1975 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Beatriz Manchón ESP CAN 1996—2008 3–3–10 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 200 m, silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 200 m and K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m
Harald Marg GDR CAN 1980 6–5–2 1973 Tampere bronze: K4 1000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Tecla Marinescu-Borcănea ROU CAN 1984 0–0–2 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Tecla Borcănea); 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Tecla Borcănea)
Ivan Marinov BUL CAN 1988 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 500 m
Martin Marinov AUS
BUL
CAN 1988—2016 0–1–3 1987 Duisburg silver: C1 1000 m (competed for Bulgaria); 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C1 500 m (competed for Bulgaria); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Bulgaria); 1995 Duisburg bronze: C2 200 m (competed for Bulgaria)
Piotr Markiewicz POL CAN 1996 2–3–0 1993 København silver: K4 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m and K1 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: K4 200 m
Juan Martínez MEX CAN 1992 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 1000 m
Felix Masár TCH CAN 1980 0–0–1 1979 Duisburg bronze: K1 1000 m
David Mascató ESP CAN 2000—2004 0–1–0 2001 Poznań silver: C2 1000 m
Aleksandr Maseykov BLR
EUN
CAN 1992—2000 2–1–0 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 200 m (competed for Belarus); 1997 Dartmouth gold: C4 200 m (competed for Belarus); 1998 Szeged silver: C4 200 m (competed for Belarus)
Ivar Mathisen NOR CAN/CMA 1948—1952 0–2–0 1948 London silver: K1 4×500 m; 1950 København silver: K2 1000 m
Horst Mattern FRG CAN 1968—1972 0–2–0 1970 København silver: K4 10000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m
Joachim Mattern GDR CAN 1972—1976 1–2–2 1970 København silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: K2 1000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m
Dmitry Matveyev URS CAN 1968 1–0–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 4×500 m
Andrzej Matysiak POL CAN 1972 0–0–2 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m
Jason McCoombs CAN CAN 2012 0–0–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: C1 4×200 m
Ed McKeever GBR CAN 2012 1–2–2 2010 Poznań gold: K1 200 m, silver: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 200 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 200 m and K1 4×200 m
Szilvia Mednyánszky HUN CAN 1996 1–3–1 1993 København silver: K2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m
Ilya Medvedev RUS CAN 2008—2012 0–0–2 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m
Chantal Meek AUS CAN 2004—2008 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m
Willi Mehlberg GER CAN 1960 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: C2 10000 m (competed for East Germany)
Viktor Melantyev RUS CAN 2008 8–4–2 2009 Dartmouth gold: C1 4×200 m, silver: C4 200 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C1 4×200 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m and C1 4×200 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C4 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C4 500 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C4 500 m
Tomasz Mendelski POL CAN 2004—2008 0–3–1 2005 Zagreb silver: K1 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Herminio Menéndez ESP CAN 1972—1984 1–1–6 1975 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 1000 m
Vadim Menkov UZB CAN 2008—2012 2–1–2 2009 Dartmouth gold: C1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: C1 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: C1 500 m
Petter Menning SWE CAN 2016 1–1–1 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 200 m (competed as Petter Öström); 2014 Moskva silver: K1 200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K1 200 m
Emilio Merchán ESP CAN 1996—2000 1–0–0 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 1000 m
Waldemar Merk POL CAN 1980 0–1–1 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Petar Merkov BUL CAN 1996—2004 0–2–1 1999 Milano silver: K1 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Danio Merli ITA CAN 1976—1980 0–1–0 1975 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Erika Mészáros HUN CAN 1988—1996 2–8–1 1986 Montréal gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 1993 København silver: K2 5000 m, bronze: K4 500 m
György Mészáros HUN CAN 1960—1964 1–3–1 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 10000 m; 1958 Praha silver: K1 4×500 m and K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m
Aneta Michalak-Białkowska POL CAN 2000—2004 1–3–3 1999 Milano bronze: K4 200 m and K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Michalak); 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m (competed as Aneta Białkowska); 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 1000 m (competed as Aneta Białkowska); 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Białkowska); 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m (competed as Aneta Białkowska)
Victor Mihalachi ROU CAN 2012 4–2–1 2010 Poznań gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2017 Račice silver: C2 500 m
Róbert Mike HUN CAN 2016 1–3–2 2007 Duisburg bronze: C4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C2 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m, silber: C2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: C2 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: C2 1000 m
Beata Mikołajczyk POL CAN 2008—2016 1–2–3 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 500 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Meinrad Miltenberger GER CAN/CMA 1952—1956 2–1–1 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1958 Praha gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Velichka Mincheva BUL CAN 1976—1980 1–1–0 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m
Florin Mironcic ROU CAN 2004—2008 0–1–2 2005 Zagreb silver: C4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C4 500 m
Taras Mishchuk UKR CAN 2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: C2 500 m
Lars-Erik Moberg SWE CAN 1980—1988 2–2–4 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Adel Mojallali IRI CAN 2016 0–0–1 2017 Račice bronze: C1 200 m
Sonia Molanes ESP CAN 2008 2–1–5 2001 Poznań gold: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 200 m, silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m
Nikolina Moldovan SRB CAN 2012—2016 0–1–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 200 m
Olivera Moldovan SRB CAN 2012—2016 0–1–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 500 m
Péter Molnár HUN CAN 2016 1–0–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 200 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K4 500 m
John Mooney USA CAN 1996—2000 1–0–0 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m
Vladimir Morozov URS CAN 1976 3–1–0 1977 Sofia gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m
Volodymyr Morozov URS CAN 1964—1972 3–2–1 1963 Jajce silver: K1 4×500 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1970 København gold: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 1000 m
Alwyn Morris CAN CAN 1984—1988 0–1–1 1982 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 500 m
Brian Morton AUS CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 1000 m
Václav Mottl TCH CMA 1936 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: C2 1000 m
Oleksandr Motuzenko URS CAN 1988 3–2–1 1986 Montréal silver: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 500 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m
Manuela Mucke GER CAN 1996—2000 4–8–1 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, and K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 1000 m
Bettina Müller GDR CAN 1972 1–0–1 1971 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K4 500 m
Denis Myšák SVK CAN 2016 1–0–1 2015 Milano gold: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m
Zaza Nadiradze GEO CAN 2016 0–1–1 2017 Račice silver: C1 200 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: C1 200 m
Ihor Nahaiev URS
EUN
CAN 1988—1992 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K1 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union)
Serhiy Nahorniy URS CAN 1976—1980 0–0–2 1977 Sofia bronze: K2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
Karolina Naja POL CAN 2012—2016 1–5–6 2010 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m and K1 4×200 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Volodymyr Natalukha URS CAN 1960 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: K1 4×500 m
Luca Negri ITA CAN 1996 2–3–0 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m and K4 200 m
Ričardas Nekriošius LTU CAN 2016 0–1–1 2011 Szeged silver: K2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 500 m
Otto Neumüller AUT CAN 1936 1–0–0 1938 Vaxholm gold: C1 1000 m (competed for Germany)
Maria Nichiforov ROU CAN 1972 0–1–2 1973 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m (competed as Maria Mihoreanu)
Nastasia Nichitov-Ionescu ROU CAN 1976—1984 0–1–5 1977 Sofia silver: K2 500 m (competed as Nastasia Nichitov); 1978 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Nastasia Nichitov); 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Nastasia Nichitov); 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Nastasia Ionescu)
Vasile Nicoară ROU CAN 1960—1964 3–1–1 1963 Jajce gold: K1 4×500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin bronze: K1 4×500 m
Lasse Nielsen DEN CAN 2004 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 4×200 m
Thor Nielsen DEN CAN 1992—1996 2–2–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K4 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K2 10000 m; 1993 København gold: K1 10000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 1000 m
Arne Nielsson DEN CAN 1988—1996 6–1–1 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: C2 10000 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1990 Poznań gold: C2 10000 m; 1993 København gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m, silver: C2 500 m
Hans Nilsson SWE CAN 1968—1972 0–0–1 1970 København bronze: K4 10000 m
Henrik Nilsson SWE CAN 1996—2012 2–1–3 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: K2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m
Ning Menghua CHN CAN 1992—1996 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m
Mirko Nišović YUG CAN 1980—1988 3–2–1 1982 Beograd gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m
Maike Nollen GER CAN 2004 0–2–1 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 1000 m
Helmut Noller GER CAN 1952 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K2 1000 m (competed for West Germany)
Harry Nolte GDR CAN 1980 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K1 1000 m
Josefin Nordlöw SWE CAN 2012 0–0–2 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 500 m
Jens Nordqvist SWE CAN 1980 0–1–1 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m
Jacob Norenberg NOR CAN 2004 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 1000 m
Ferenc Novák HUN CAN 2000 3–3–1 1993 København gold: C4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: C4 1000 m; 1999 Milano silver: C2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m
Marko Novaković SRB CAN 2012—2016 1–0–3 2014 Moskva gold: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K2 200 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 200 m
Anita Nüßner GDR CAN 1968 0–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K4 500 m
Mattis Næss NOR CAN 1996—2004 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 1000 m
Ingvard Nørregaard DEN CMA 1952 0–1–0 1950 København silver: K2 10000 m
Ryszard Oborski POL CAN 1976—1980 3–2–5 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 10000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 10000 m
Grigore Obreja ROU CAN 1988—1996 1–0–0 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C2 500 m
Thomas Ohlsson SWE CAN 1980—1984 1–1–1 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Costică Olaru ROU CAN 1984 1–1–0 1983 Tampere gold: C1 500 m, silver: C1 1000 m
Bernd Olbricht GDR CAN 1976—1980 4–2–0 1977 Sofia gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000; 1978 Beograd gold: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m
Mark Oldershaw CAN CAN 2008—2016 0–0–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: C1 5000 m and C1 4×200 m
Andrejus Olijnikas LTU CAN 2016 0–1–1 2011 Szeged silver: K2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 500 m
Anna Olsson SWE CAN 1984—2000 1–3–4 1991 Paris bronze: K2 500 m; 1993 København gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K1 200 m and K4 200 m
Gunnar Olsson SWE CAN 1988—1992 0–0–1 1990 Poznań bronze: K4 10000 m
Hans Olsson SWE CAN 1988—1992 0–1–3 1990 Poznań bronze: K4 10000 m; 1991 Paris bronze: K4 10000 m; 1993 København silver: K2 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Karin Olsson SWE CAN 1980 0–0–2 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 500 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m
Maksim Opalev RUS CAN 2000—2008 11–6–3 1997 Dartmouth silver: C4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: C1 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: C1 200 m, C1 500 m, and C1 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C1 500 m, silver: C1 200 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C1 200 m, C1 500 m, and C4 200 m, silver: C1 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C1 200 m, silver: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 200 m, silver: C1 200 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C1 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: C1 200 m
Jerzy Opara POL CAN 1972—1976 0–2–2 1970 København silver: C1 1000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: C2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: C2 1000 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: C2 1000 m
Andreas Orheim NOR CAN 1976 1–0–0 1975 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m
Agafia Orlov-Buhaev-Constantin ROU CAN 1976—1984 0–1–7 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Agafia Orlov); 1977 Sofia silver: K2 500 m (competed as Agafia Orlov); 1978 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Agafia Orlov); 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Agafia Orlov); 1981 Nottingham bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Agafia Buhaev); 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Agafia Buhaev)
Csaba Orosz SVK CAN 1996 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 500 m
Genevieve Orton CAN CAN 2016 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 4×200 m
Markus Oscarsson SWE CAN 1996—2012 3–1–1 2001 Poznań bronze: K2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m
Stepan Oshchepkov URS CAN 1964 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: C2 10000 m
İnna Osipenko-Radomska AZE
UKR
CAN 2000—2016 1–2–3 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m (competed as Inna Osypenko for Ukraine); 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m (competed as Inna Osypenko for Ukraine); 2010 Poznań gold: K1 500 m, silver: K1 200 m (competed as Inna Osypenko-Radomska for Ukraine); 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m and K1 500 m (competed as Inna Osypenko-Radomska for Ukraine)
Marián Ostrčil SVK CAN 2004—2008 0–1–1 2007 Duisburg silver: C1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C1 5000 m
Dejan Pajić SRB CAN 2016 0–0–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 500 m
Sofia Paldanius SWE CAN 2004—2016 0–0–4 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K1 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 500 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 1000 m
Peter Páleš TCH
SVK
CAN 1988—2004 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Slovakia)
Diana Paliyska BUL CAN 1988 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K2 500 m
Attila Pálizs HUN CAN 1992 1–0–1 1990 Poznań bronze: C2 500 m; 1991 Paris gold: C2 500 m
Ulrich Papke GER CAN 1992 3–3–5 1981 Nottingham gold: C1 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1983 Tampere silver: C1 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1985 Mechelen bronze: C2 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1987 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 1000 m (competed for Germany)
Vladimir Parfenovich URS CAN 1980 9–3–0 1978 Beograd silver: K1 500 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m and K2 500 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K1 500 m, K2 500 m, and K2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K1 500 m, silver: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m
János Parti HUN CAN/CMA 1952—1960 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: C1 1000 m
Victor Partnoi ROU CAN 1992—1996 0–1–1 1993 København silver: C1 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C1 1000 m
Erich Pasch FRG CAN 1972—1976 0–3–0 1971 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K1 10000 m
Aneta Pastuszka-Konieczna POL CAN 1996—2012 2–5–10 1999 Milano gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m and K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Pastuszka); 2001 Poznań silver: K2 200 m and K2 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m (competed as Aneta Pastuszka); 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 200 m (competed as Aneta Pastuszka); 2003 Gainesville bronze: K1 500 m, K2 200 m, and K4 200 m (competed as Aneta Pastuszka); 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Konieczna); 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Konieczna); 2010 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Aneta Konieczna); 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 4×200 m and K2 500 m (competed as Aneta Konieczna)
Ivan Patzaichin ROU CAN 1968—1990 8–4–10 1970 København gold: C2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 1973 Tampere gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: C1 500 m, C1 1000 m, and C1 10000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C1 1000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 10000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C1 10000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m
Dániel Pauman HUN CAN 2012 0–2–1 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K4 1000 m
Miloš Pech TCH CAN/CMA 1948—1952 0–1–1 1948 London bronze: K4 1000 m; 1954 Mâcon silver: K1 10000 m
Jiří Pecka TCH CMA 1948 0–0–1 1950 København bronze: C2 1000 m
Íñigo Peña ESP CAN 2016 0–2–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K2 1000 m
Ana María Penas ESP CAN 1992—2000 0–1–3 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Rudolf Pěnkava TCH CAN 1964—1968 0–1–0 1966 East Berlin silver: C1 10000 m
Irene Pepinghege FRG CAN 1972—1976 0–2–1 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 500 m (competed as Irene Rozema); 1970 København bronze: K4 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 500 m
Leobaldo Pereira CUB CAN 2000 1–1–2 1999 Milano silver: C2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 200 m and C2 1000 m
Carlos Pérez ESP CAN 2004—2008 4–4–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K1 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K1 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 4×200 m
Günter Perleberg GER CAN 1960—1964 1–0–1 1963 Jajce gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m (competed for East Germany)
Oreste Perri ITA CAN 1972—1980 4–0–2 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K1 1000 m and K1 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m
Ilya Pervukhin RUS CAN 2012—2016 1–1–1 2013 Duisburg silver: C2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C4 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: C2 1000 m
Sorin Petcu ROU CAN 1992—2000 0–2–1 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K4 1000 m
Rolf Peterson SWE CAN 1964—1972 2–1–0 1970 København gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K2 500 m
Serhiy Petrenko URS CAN 1976—1980 3–3–1 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C1 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: C1 500 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C2 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: C2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C2 500 m; 1982 Beograd silver: C2 500 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: C2 10000 m
Gyula Petrikovics HUN CAN 1968 1–1–1 1970 København silver: C2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: C2 1000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: C2 1000 m
Andriy Petrov UKR CAN 1996 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 200 m
Ognyana Petrova BUL CAN 1988 0–0–1 1987 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m
Natasha Petrova-Yanakieva BUL CAN 1972—2000 1–1–0 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m
Romas Petrukanecas LTU CAN 2004 0–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K1 200 m
Roman Petrushenko BLR CAN 2004—2012 7–5–5 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m, silver: K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K4 200 m, and K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K2 500 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K2 500 m
Günther Pfaff AUT CAN 1964—1976 1–2–1 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 1000 m; 1970 København gold: K2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Anna Pfeffer HUN CAN 1968—1976 1–1–2 1966 East Berlin bronze: K2 500 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K2 500 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Thomas Pfrang FRG CAN 1988 1–1–1 1986 Montréal gold: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 500 m
Walter Piemann AUT CAN/CMA 1948 0–1–1 1948 London silver: K4 1000 m; 1950 København bronze: K4 10000 m
Luca Piemonte ITA CAN 2008 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: K4 500 m
Fernando Pimenta POR CAN 2012—2016 3–3–3 2010 Poznań silver: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K1 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K1 5000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K1 1000 m and K1 5000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K1 1000 m and K1 5000 m
Bonka Pindzheva BUL CAN 1992—2004 0–1–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 500 m
Igor Pisarev URS CAN/CMA 1956—1964 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: K4 1000 m
Nataliya Podolskaya RUS CAN 2010—2012 0–1–1 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K1 4×200 m
Vasily Pogreban RUS CAN 2016 1–1–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m
Marina Poltoran-Litvinchuk BLR CAN 2012—2016 5–4–7 2010 Poznań silver: K1 5000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 5000 m and K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Marina Litvinchuk); 2014 Moskva silver: K1 5000 m, bronze: K2 200 m, K4 500 m, and K1 4×200 m (competed as Marina Litvinchuk); 2015 Milano gold: K1 5000 m, K2 200 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Marina Litvinchuk); 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K1 5000 m (competed as Marina Litvinchuk); 2019 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K1 5000 m (competed as Marina Litvinchuk)
Irina Pomelova BLR CAN 2012 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m
Špela Ponomarenko Janić SLO CAN 2008—2016 0–2–5 2006 Szeged silver: K1 200 m (competed as Špela Ponomarenko); 2007 Duisburg bronze: K1 200 m (competed as Špela Ponomarenko); 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K1 200 m and K2 500 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Ciprian Popa ROU CAN 2008 0–1–1 2005 Zagreb silver: C4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C4 500 m
Florin Popescu ROU CAN 2000—2004 7–9–3 1994 Ciudad de México silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: C4 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C4 500 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 500 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m, silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 500 m
Marin Popescu ROU CAN 1992—1996 0–2–1 1993 København bronze: K1 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m
Nadezhda Popok-Lepeshko BLR CAN 2012—2016 1–1–3 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Nadezhda Popok); 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Nadezhda Popok); 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Nadezhda Popok); 2015 Milano gold: K4 500 m (competed as Nadezhda Lepeshko); 2019 Szeged silver: K4 500 m (competed as Nadezhda Lepeshko)
Teresa Portela ESP CAN 2000—2016 2–6–6 2001 Poznań silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K1 200 m, silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K1 200 m, K2 200 m, and K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 200 m, silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K1 200 m
Teresa Portela POR CAN 2008—2016 0–0–2 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m
Ramona Portwich GDR
GER
CAN 1988—1996 13–2–1 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 5000 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris gold: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København gold: K2 5000 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m (competed for Germany); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed for Germany)
Galina Poryvayeva RUS CAN 2000 0–1–0 1999 Milano silver: K4 200 m
Serhiy Postriekhin URS CAN 1980 1–0–2 1978 Beograd bronze: C2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: C1 500 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: C1 500 m
Yury Postrigay RUS CAN 2012 2–2–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m, silver: K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K2 200 m
René Poulsen DEN CAN 2008—2016 3–3–1 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K1 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K1 5000 m
Katalin Povázsán HUN CAN 1980 1–3–1 1982 Beograd silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K2 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Péter Povázsay HUN CAN 1972 1–0–1 1975 Beograd gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m
Mitică Pricop ROU CAN 2000—2004 2–2–4 1999 Milano silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: C2 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m
Petr Procházka CZE
TCH
CAN 1988—2000 2–5–4 1987 Duisburg silver: C1 500 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Czechoslovakia); 1993 København bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1995 Duisburg silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1998 Szeged gold: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 1999 Milano silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 2002 Sevilla silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 2005 Zagreb silver: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic); 2006 Szeged gold: C4 200 m (competed for Czech Republic)
Uschi Profanter AUT CAN 1992—2000 0–0–2 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m
Karl Proisl AUT CAN/CMA 1936 1–1–0 1938 Vaxholm gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m (competed for Germany)
Maksym Prokopenko AZE
UKR
CAN 2004—2012 0–5–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for Ukraine); 2009 Dartmouth silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2010 Poznań silver: C2 500 m (competed for Azerbaijan); 2011 Szeged silver: C2 500 m, C2 1000 m, and C1 4×200 m (competed for Azerbaijan)
Naum Prokupets URS CAN 1968 1–0–0 1971 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m
Anna Puchkova BLR CAN 2004 0–0–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m
Imre Pulai HUN CAN 1988—2000 4–2–2 1993 København gold: C4 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 1000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C1 1000 m, bronze: C1 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: C2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m
Viktor Pusev URS CAN 1988 2–1–2 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1986 Montréal bronze: K2 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 500 m; 1990 Poznań gold: K4 500 m
Isaquias Queiroz BRA CAN 2010—2016 6–0–6 2013 Duisburg gold: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C1 500 m, bronze: C2 200 m; 2015 Milano gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C1 200 m; 2017 Račice bronze: C1 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C1 500 m and C2 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C1 1000 m, bronze; C2 1000 m
Jaroslav Radoň CZE CAN 2012—2016 0–0–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m
András Rajna HUN CAN 1988—1996 0–2–1 1983 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m; 1986 Montréal silver: K2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m
Klára Rajnai HUN CAN 1976 0–0–2 1975 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m
Éva Rakusz HUN CAN 1980—1988 1–3–3 1981 Nottingham silver: K1 500 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Mariya Ralcheva UKR CAN 2000 0–1–0 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m
Luis Ramos ESP CAN 1976—1984 1–1–6 1975 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 1000 m
Amanda Rankin AUS CAN 2004 0–0–1 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m
Einar Rasmussen NOR CAN 1976—1988 4–3–3 1975 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1982 Beograd silver: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K1 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: K1 10000 m
Finn Rasmussen DEN CMA 1948 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K2 500 m
János Rátkai HUN CAN 1972—1980 2–3–3 1973 Tampere gold: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K2 1000 m and K4 1000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K4 10000 m
Max Raub AUT CAN/CMA 1952—1956 1–0–3 1950 København bronze: K1 4×500 m and K2 500 m; 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m
Ronald Rauhe GER CAN 2000—2016 16–5–5 1999 Milano bronze: K1 200 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K1 200 m and K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K1 200 m and K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K1 200 m and K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 500 m: 2006 Szeged gold: K1 200 m, K1 500 m, and K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 200 m and K1 500 m, silver: K1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K1 200 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 200 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice gold: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K4 500 m
Thomas Reineck GER
FRG
CAN 1988—1996 5–3–5 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m and K4 10000 m (competed for West Germany); 1991 Paris gold: K4 500 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed for Germany); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m (competed for Germany)
Nicole Reinhardt GER CAN 2008 8–5–0 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 500 m and K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 500 m and K1 4×200 m
Marcel Renaud FRA CAN/CMA 1952—1956 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K4 1000 m
Philippe Renaud FRA CAN 1984—1988 0–1–2 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C2 500 m and C4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: C4 500 m
Max Rendschmidt GER CAN 2016 5–1–0 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K4 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K4 500 m
Victor Reneischi MDA
URS
CAN 1988—1996 8–3–1 1986 Montréal silver: C2 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv gold: C2 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: C2 500 m, C4 500 m, and C4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris gold: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1995 Duisburg silver: C2 500 m (competed for Moldova)
Yuliya Riabchynska URS CAN 1972 1–0–0 1971 Beograd gold: K4 500 m
Peter Ribe NOR CAN 1992 0–0–1 1993 København bronze: K2 10000 m
João Ribeiro POR CAN 2016 1–2–0 2010 Poznań silver: K2 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K4 1000 m
Anne Rikala FIN CAN 2008—2012 0–2–3 2006 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K1 200 m and K1 500 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 5000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 5000 m
Michal Riszdorfer SVK CAN 2000—2008 8–3–3 1998 Szeged gold: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Richard Riszdorfer SVK CAN 2000—2008 6–2–3 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Clint Robinson AUS CAN 1992—2008 1–2–1 1991 Paris silver: K4 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K1 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K1 1000 m
Matthias Röder GER CAN 1992 1–0–2 1991 Paris bronze: C1 1000 m; 1993 København bronze: C1 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 1000 m
Helena Rodrigues POR CAN 2008—2012 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m
Ibrahim Rojas CUB CAN 2000—2004 3–2–3 1999 Milano silver: C2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 200 m and C2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: C2 200 m and C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: C2 500 m
Juan José Román ESP CAN 1984—1996 1–1–1 1991 Paris gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 1993 København bronze: K2 500 m
Vladimir Romanovsky URS CAN 1976 2–0–1 1977 Sofia bronze: K2 1000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: K2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m
José Antonio Romero MEX CAN 1992—2000 0–0–1 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C4 1000 m
Zoltán Romhányi HUN CAN 1976—1980 0–1–1 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: K4 10000 m
Susanne Rosenqvist SWE CAN 1992—1996 0–3–4 1991 Paris silver: K2 5000 m; 1993 København silver: K4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m and K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m
Antonio Rossi ITA CAN 1992—2008 3–3–1 1993 København silver: K2 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K4 200 m
Ian Rowling AUS CAN 1992 0–1–0 1991 Paris silver: K4 10000 m
Mykolas Rudzinskas URS CAN 1960 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: K4 10000 m
Aleksejs Rumjancevs LAT CAN 2012—2016 0–1–0 2017 Račice silver: K1 200 m
Andrew Russell CAN CAN 2008 0–1–0 2006 Szeged silver: C4 1000 m
Dalma Ružičić-Benedek SRB CAN 2016 7–4–3 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 1000 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2005 Zagreb silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2006 Szeged gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2010 Poznań gold: K4 500 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2011 Szeged gold: K4 500 m (competed as Dalma Benedek for Hungary); 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 500 m
Anton Ryakhov RUS
UZB
CAN 2000—2012 0–3–6 2001 Poznań silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 200 m (competed for Uzbekistan); 2002 Sevilla silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Uzbekistan); 2003 Gainesville bronze: K1 200 m (competed for Uzbekistan); 2005 Zagreb bronze: K1 200 m (competed for Uzbekistan); 2006 Szeged silver: K1 500 m (competed for Russia); 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 1000 m (competed for Russia); 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia)
Caitlin Ryan NZL CAN 2016 1–2–1 2017 Račice gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m
Roman Rynkiewicz POL CAN 2008 1–0–2 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: C4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C1 4×200 m
Ivan Šabjan CRO
YUG
CAN 1988—1996 1–1–1 1986 Montréal silver: C1 10000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m (competed for Yugoslavia); 1987 Duisburg gold: C1 10000 m (competed for Yugoslavia)
Dmytro Sablin UKR CAN 2000 1–0–1 2001 Poznań gold: C1 200 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: C2 200 m
Tomáš Šach TCH CAN 1976 0–1–1 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C2 500 m
Karolina Sadalska POL CAN 2004 1–2–2 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m
Mátyás Sáfrán HUN CAN 2008 0–0–2 2007 Duisburg bronze: C4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m
Mihály Sáfrán HUN CAN 2008 0–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m
Tord Sahlén SWE CAN 1968 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: K2 10000 m
Sylvi Saimo FIN CAN 1948—1952 2–0–0 1950 København gold: K1 500 m and K2 500 m
Yevgeny Salakhov RUS CAN 2000—2012 0–1–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 4×200 m
Yuliana Salakhova RUS CAN 2008—2012 0–1–1 2010 Poznań silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Irina Salomykova-Vaag URS
EUN
CAN 1988—1992 0–1–4 1985 Mechelen silver: K4 500 m (competed as Irina Salomykova for the Soviet Union); 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Irina Salomykova for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Irina Salomykova for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań bronze: K1 5000 m (competed as Irina Salomykova for the Soviet Union)
Hermann Salzner AUT CAN/CMA 1956—1960 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K1 4×500 m
Belén Sánchez ESP CAN 1992—2000 0–1–3 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Juan Sánchez ESP CAN 1984—1996 1–1–1 1991 Paris gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 1993 København bronze: K2 500 m
Åke Sandin SWE CAN 1968 0–0–1 1970 København bronze: K4 10000 m
János Sarusi Kis HUN CAN 1988 4–1–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: C1 500 m; 1982 Beograd gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C2 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m
Zhomart Satubaldin KAZ CAN 2000 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: C1 200 m
Galina Savenko URS
EUN
CAN 1988—1992 0–0–2 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union)
Louisa Sawers-Gurski GBR CAN 2012—2016 1–0–0 2014 Moskva gold: K1 5000 m
Giorgio Sbruzzi ITA CAN 1976 0–1–0 1975 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Antonio Scaduto ITA CAN 2000—2008 0–0–1 2005 Zagreb bronze: K4 500 m
Mike Scarola CAN CAN 2004 0–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: C2 1000 m
Daniele Scarpa ITA CAN 1984—1996 2–2–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 10000 m; 1993 København silver: K2 1000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m and K2 1000 m
Jan Schäfer GER CAN 2000—2004 0–0–1 1999 Milano bronze: K2 1000 m
Michel Scheuer GER CAN/CMA 1952—1956 2–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: K2 1000 m (competed for West Germany); 1958 Praha gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Detlef Schmidt FRG CAN 1984 0–0–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 500 m
Gustav Schmidt GER CAN 1952 2–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: K2 1000 m (competed for West Germany); 1958 Praha gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Jörg Schmidt GDR CAN 1988 1–0–0 1982 Beograd gold: C1 1000 m
Vagn Schmidt DEN CAN 1960 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: K1 10000 m
Alfred Schmidtberger AUT CMA 1952—1956 0–0–2 1950 København bronze: K4 10000 m; 1954 Mâcon bronze: K1 4×500 m
Gilbert Schneider FRG CAN 1988 0–0–2 1986 Montréal bronze: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 10000 m
Jochen Schneider FRG CAN 1968 0–1–1 1970 København silver: K4 10000 m; 1971 Beograd bronze: K1 10000 m
Jon Schofield GBR CAN 2012—2016 0–3–2 2010 Poznań silver: K1 4×200 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 4×200 m
Reiner Scholl FRG CAN 1984—1988 1–1–1 1986 Montréal gold: K2 500 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: K4 500 m
Alexander Schuck GDR CAN 1988 1–1–0 1983 Tampere silver: C2 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C2 1000 m
Anett Schuck GER CAN 1996—2000 10–6–2 1993 København gold: K2 5000 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K2 200 m, K2 500 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m
Patrick Schulze GER CAN 1996 0–0–2 1995 Duisburg bronze: C4 1000 m; 1999 Milano bronze: C2 1000 m
Yvonne Schuring AUT CAN 2008—2016 1–0–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 500 m
Vicki Schwarz AUT CAN 2008—2016 1–1–1 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 500 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K2 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 500 m
Fritzi Schwingl AUT CAN 1948 0–2–2 1948 London bronze: K2 500 m; 1950 København silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1954 Mâcon silver: K1 500 m
Atanasie Sciotnic ROU CAN 1964—1972 4–2–3 1966 East Berlin gold: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m, silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1970 København silver: K2 500 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K1 4×500 m
Peter Scott AUS CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 1000 m
Matthias Seack FRG CAN 1984 0–0–2 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m
Oliver Seack FRG CAN 1984 0–1–3 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 1000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen silver: K1 500 m
Gerhard Seibold AUT CAN 1968—1972 1–2–1 1966 East Berlin silver: K4 1000 m; 1970 København gold: K2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Romică Șerban ROU CAN 1992—2000 0–5–2 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K2 200 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m
Antonina Seredina URS CAN 1960—1968 2–3–0 1958 Praha silver: K1 500 m and K2 500 m; 1963 Jajce gold: K4 500 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m
Larion Serghei ROU CAN 1976 0–1–1 1975 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m
Adam Seroczyński POL CAN 2000—2008 0–1–2 2002 Sevilla bronze: K1 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m
Oleksandr Shaparenko URS CAN 1968—1976 7–2–4 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 1000 m and K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1970 København gold: K1 1000 m; 1971 Beograd bronze: K1 1000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K1 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Colin Shaw CAN CAN 1984—1988 0–0–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 1000 m
Ivan Shtyl RUS CAN 2012 16–7–1 2006 Szeged gold: C2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C2 200 m, silver: C4 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C1 4×200 m, silver: C2 200 m and C2 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: C1 200 m and C1 4×200 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C1 4×200 m, silver: C1 200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m and C1 4×200 m, silver: C1 200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: C2 500 m, C2 1000 m, C1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano gold: C2 200 m; 2017 Račice gold: C2 200 m and C2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C4 500 m, silver: C1 200 m, bronze: C2 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C4 500 m
Mariya Shubina URS CAN 1960 4–2–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 500 m; 1963 Jajce gold: K1 500 m and K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 500 m
Achim Sidorov ROU CAN 1964 1–1–0 1958 Praha silver: C2 10000 m; 1963 Jajce gold: C2 1000 m
Piotr Siemionowski POL CAN 2012 2–0–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 200 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 4×200 m
Márton Sík HUN CAN 2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged silver: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m
Aleksandr Silayev URS CAN 1960 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: C2 10000 m
Emanuel Silva POR CAN 2004—2016 1–1–0 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K4 1000 m
Erlon Silva BRA CAN 2012—2016 2–0–2 2014 Moskva bronze: C2 200 m; 2015 Milano gold: C2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: C2 500 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: C2 1000 m
Thomas Simart FRA CAN 2016 0–1–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: C1 200 m
Carmen Simion ROU CAN 1992 0–0–1 1993 København bronze: K2 5000 m
Vasile Simioncenco ROU CAN 1972—1976 1–2–4 1970 København bronze: K2 10000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 4×500 m and K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K4 500 m
Silviu Simioncencu ROU CAN 2004 4–2–3 2002 Sevilla silver: C2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: C2 1000 m and C4 500 m, silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 500 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C4 1000 m
Gheorghe Simionov ROU CAN 1976 4–5–2 1966 East Berlin gold: C2 10000 m; 1970 København gold: C2 10000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: C2 500 m; 1973 Tampere gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: C2 500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m
Toma Simionov ROU CAN 1980—1984 3–4–3 1978 Beograd silver: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m
Heike Singer GDR CAN 1988 3–0–0 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m
Marian Sîrbu ROU CAN 2000 0–0–1 1999 Milano bronze: K4 1000 m
Sven-Olov Sjödelius SWE CAN 1960—1964 0–2–1 1950 København silver: K4 1000 m; 1958 Praha bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1963 Jajce silver: K1 10000 m
Eivind Skabo NOR CMA 1948 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K1 4×500 m
Joanna Skowroń POL CAN 2000—2004 1–5–5 1999 Milano bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m and K4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Zdeněk Škrland TCH CMA 1936 0–0–1 1938 Vaxholm bronze: C2 1000 m
Alexander Slatnow GDR CAN 1972 2–0–0 1971 Beograd gold: K2 1000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K2 1000 m
Grzegorz Śledziewski POL CAN 1972—1980 3–5–6 1970 København silver: K1 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K1 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m and K1 4×500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K1 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Arne B. Sletsjøe NOR CAN 1984—1988 1–1–0 1983 Tampere silver: K4 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 10000 m
Oleksiy Slivinsky UKR CAN 1996 1–3–2 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K1 200 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K1 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: K1 200 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 200 m
Michał Śliwiński POL
URS
UKR
EUN
CAN 1988—2004 6–1–11 1989 Plovdiv gold: C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for the Soviet Union); 1991 Paris gold: C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for the Soviet Union); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 200 m, C1 200 m, and C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for the Ukraine); 1995 Duisburg bronze: C1 200 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for Ukraine); 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C1 200 m and C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for Ukraine); 1998 Szeged bronze: C1 200 m and C1 500 m (competed as Mykhailo Slivinsky for Ukraine); 2001 Poznań gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C1 200 m (competed for Poland); 2002 Sevilla gold: C2 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Poland); 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 500 m (competed for Poland); 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 1000 m, bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Poland)
Jana Smidaková ESP CAN 2004—2008 0–2–3 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m
Dave Smith AUS CAN 2008—2012 0–2–1 2009 Dartmouth silver: K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 1000 m
Gregory Smith CAN CAN 1976 0–1–0 1977 Sofia silver: C2 500 m
Tate Smith AUS CAN 2008—2012 0–1–1 2011 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 1000 m
Czesław Sobieraj POL CAN/CMA 1948 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: K1 10000 m
Beata Sokołowska-Kulesza POL CAN 2000—2004 1–4–5 1999 Milano gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 200 m and K4 500 m (competed as Beata Sokołowska); 2001 Poznań silver: K2 200 m and K2 500 m (competed as Beata Sokołowska); 2003 Gainesville bronze: K2 200 m and K2 500 m, and K4 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 200 m
Árpád Soltész HUN CAN 1964 0–0–2 1963 Jajce bronze: C2 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin bronze: C2 1000 m
Tamás Somorácz HUN CAN 2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: K2 500 m
Jan Souček CZE CAN 2000 0–0–1 2010 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m
Ladislav Souček TCH CAN 1972—1976 0–1–0 1971 Beograd silver: K1 500 m
Ingo Spelly GDR
GER
CAN 1988—1992 2–2–3 1986 Montréal bronze: C2 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1987 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København bronze: C2 1000 m (competed for Germany)
Hanneliese Spitz AUT CAN 1964 0–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K1 500 m
Jesper Møllegaard Staal DEN CAN 1992—2000 1–1–0 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 1000 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 1000 m
Andreas Stähle GDR CAN 1988 3–3–1 1983 Tampere gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K1 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: K4 500 m
Milica Starović SRB CAN 2016 0–1–1 2015 Milano silver: K2 500 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K1 200 m
Maria Ștefan-Mihoreanu ROU CAN 1976—1984 0–1–8 1973 Tampere bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Maria Cosma); 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Maria Cosma); 1975 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m (competed as Maria Mihareanu); 1977 Sofia silver: K1 500 m (competed as Maria Cosma); 1978 Beograd bronze: K1 500 m (competed as Maria Cosma); 1981 Nottingham bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Maria Ştefan); 1983 Tampere bronze: K1 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Maria Ştefan)
Ernst Steinhauer GER CAN 1956 1–0–1 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Linnea Stensils SWE CAN 2016 0–0–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K1 200 m
Jan Štěrba CZE CAN 2012—2016 1–1–3 2010 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K4 500 m
Yuriy Stetsenko URS CAN 1968—1972 3–0–1 1966 East Berlin gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1970 København gold: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K4 1000 m
Ron Stevens NED CAN 1980—1984 0–1–0 1982 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Murray Stewart AUS CAN 2012—2016 1–1–1 2011 Szeged silver: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K4 1000 m
Paul Stinckens BEL CAN 1972—1980 0–1–1 1973 Tampere bronze: K2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K2 10000 m
Daniel Stoian ROU CAN 1988—1996 1–2–1 1986 Montréal gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 200 m
Botond Storcz HUN CAN 2000—2004 4–5–2 1997 Dartmouth gold: K1 500 m, K1 1000 m, and K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 500 m
Blagovest Stoyanov BUL CAN 1992—1996 0–0–2 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: C2 500 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: C2 200 m
Michala Strnadová CZE CAN 2004—2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K1 1000 m (competed as Michala Mrůzková)
Thorvald Strömberg FIN CAN/CMA 1952—1956 2–1–0 1950 København gold: K1 10000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 1958 Praha gold: K1 10000 m
Erich Suhrbier GER
FRG
CAN 1964—1968 0–0–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K2 10000 m (competed for West Germany)
Jevgenijus Šuklinas LTU CAN 2012 0–0–4 2006 Szeged bronze: C1 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C1 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C1 200 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: C1 200 m
John Sumegi AUS CAN 1976—1980 0–1–0 1979 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m
Carl-Gunnar Sundin SWE CMA 1956 0–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: K4 10000 m
Karl Sundqvist SWE CAN 1984—1992 1–2–7 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m; 1987 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K1 1000 m; 1990 Poznań bronze: K4 10000 m; 1993 København silver: K2 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Bodil Svendsen DEN CAN 1952 1–0–2 1938 Vaxholm bronze: K1 600 m and K2 600 m (competed as Bodil Thirstedt); 1948 London gold: K2 500 m
Anders Svensson SWE CAN 2000 0–0–1 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K4 500 m
Pascal Sylvoz FRA CAN 1988—1996 0–1–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: C4 500 m; 1991 Paris silver: C4 500 m
Attila Szabó TCH
SVK
CAN 1988—1996 1–1–2 1987 Duisburg silver: K1 10000 m, bronze: K1 500 m (competed for Czechoslovakia); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K1 10000 m (competed for Czechoslovakia); 1993 København bronze: K1 10000 m (competed for Slovakia)
Attila Szabó HUN CAN 1988 5–5–1 1987 Duisburg bronze: C1 500 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1990 Poznań silver: C4 500 m and C4 1000 m; 1991 Paris gold: C2 500 m; 1993 København gold: C4 500 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: C4 500 m, silver: C4 200 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: C4 200 m and C4 500 m
Gabriella Szabó HUN CAN 2008—2016 9–1–1 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K2 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 500, silver: K4 500 m
István Szabó HUN CAN 1972—1980 5–7–5 1970 København bronze: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: K1 4×500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K4 10000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: K2 1000 m, silver: K2 10000 m; 1978 Beograd gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: K2 10000 m; 1983 Tampere silver: K2 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen silver: K2 10000 m
László Szabó HUN CAN 1980 0–0–1 1979 Duisburg bronze: K4 10000 m
Szilvia Szabó HUN CAN 2000—2004 13–3–3 1997 Dartmouth silver: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 500 m, K2 1000 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 500 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K4 500 m
Károly Szegedi HUN CAN 1976 0–1–0 1975 Beograd silver: C1 10000 m
András Szente HUN CAN 1960—1964 0–2–0 1958 Praha silver: K4 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin silver: K1 4×500 m
Zoltán Szigeti HUN CAN 1956 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: K4 1000 m
Imre Szöllősi HUN CAN 1960—1968 1–2–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K4 10000 m; 1970 København silver: K2 10000 m
Zoltán Sztanity HUN CAN 1976—1980 1–0–1 1975 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia bronze: K1 500 m
Zdzisław Szubski POL CAN 1980 0–3–1 1977 Sofia bronze: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K4 10000 m
Egil Søby NOR CAN 1968—1972 1–2–0 1966 East Berlin silver: K2 10000 m; 1970 København gold: K4 10000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K2 10000 m
Tove Søby DEN CAN 1956 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K1 500 m (competed as Tove Nielsen)
Olaf Søyland NOR CAN 1976 2–1–0 1975 Beograd gold: K4 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: K2 1000 m
Carlo Tacchini ITA CAN 2016 0–1–0 2017 Račice silver: C1 500 m
Gábor Takács HUN CAN 1988 0–1–0 1989 Plovdiv silver: C4 1000 m
Lidia Talpă ROU CAN 2004 0–1–1 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m
Lachlan Tame AUS CAN 2016 1–2–0 2014 Moskva silver: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m
Nichifor Tarara ROU ROW 1964 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: C1 10000 m
Oleg Tarnovschi MDA CAN 2016 0–1–1 2015 Milano silver: C1 500 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: C1 500 m
Serghei Tarnovschi MDA CAN 2014—2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: C1 1000 m
Juraj Tarr SVK CAN 2000—2016 4–3–3 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K4 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m
Tibor Tatai HUN CAN 1968 1–1–0 1970 København gold: C1 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: C1 1000 m
Vladimir Taynikov URS CAN 1980 1–1–2 1978 Beograd gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
William Tchamba FRA CAN 2008 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: C1 4×200 m
Tetiana Teklian-Semykina UKR CAN 1996—2004 0–1–1 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 1000 m (competed as Tetiana Semykina); 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m (competed as Tetiana Semykina)
Volkmar Thiede GDR CAN 1972 0–0–1 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K2 1000 m
Alan Thompson NZL CAN 1980—1988 0–2–1 1982 Beograd silver: K1 1000 m and K2 500 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: K1 1000 m
Thorbjörn Thoresson SWE CAN 1980 0–1–0 1985 Mechelen silver: K4 10000 m
Marta Tibor SRB CAN 2012 0–0–1 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m
Nicolae Țicu ROU CAN 1980 0–0–2 1977 Sofia bronze: K2 10000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K4 10000 m
István Tímár HUN CAN 1968 2–1–1 1963 Jajce gold: K2 10000 m and K4 1000 m; 1970 København bronze: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m
Anatoly Tishchenko RUS
EUN
CAN 1992—2004 7–4–4 1989 Plovdiv silver: K2 500 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1993 København gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 1998 Szeged silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Russia); 1999 Milano bronze: K4 200 m (competed for Russia); 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 500 m (competed for Russia)
Olga Tishchenko RUS
EUN
CAN 1992—2000 0–1–1 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Russia); 1999 Milano silver: K4 200 m (competed for Russia)
Tatyana Tishchenko RUS CAN 1996 0–1–1 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 1999 Milano silver: K4 200 m
Margarita Tishkevich-Makhneva BLR CAN 2012—2016 2–1–4 2013 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Margarita Tishkevich); 2014 Moskva bronze: K2 500 m, K4 500 m, and K1 4×200 m (competed as Margarita Tishkevich); 2015 Milano gold: K2 200 m and K4 500 m (competed as Margarita Mahneva); 2019 Szeged silver: K4 500 m (competed as Margarita Mahneva)
Andrey Tissin RUS CAN 1996 1–1–1 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 500 m
Yelena Tissina RUS CAN 2000 0–0–2 1997 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m
Sanda Toma ROU CAN 1992—2000 0–0–1 1993 København bronze: K2 5000 m
Marko Tomićević SRB CAN 2012—2016 1–0–3 2014 Moskva bronze: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 1000 m
Paolo Tommasini ITA CAN 1992 0–1–0 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 200 m
Cristian Toro ESP CAN 2016 0–4–0 2017 Račice silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m
Reinier Torres CUB CAN 2016 0–0–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 1000 m
Serguey Torres CUB CAN 2008—2016 0–6–3 2005 Zagreb silver: C2 1000 m, bronze: C2 200 m and C2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: C2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: C2 500 m; 2017 Račice silver: C1 5000 m and C2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: C2 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: C2 1000 m
Vladimir Torubarov SRB CAN 2016 0–1–1 2014 Moskva bronze: K2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K2 500 m
Dávid Tóth HUN CAN 2012 1–2–1 2011 Szeged gold: K2 500 m; 2014 Moskva bronze: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: K4 1000 m; 2017 Račice silver: K4 1000 m
Sándor Tótka HUN CAN 2010—2016 2–1–2 2013 Duisburg bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m; 2015 Milano gold: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice silver: K2 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K4 500 m
Andrew Train GBR CAN 1984—2000 0–2–4 1985 Mechelen silver: C2 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: C2 10000 m; 1991 Paris bronze: C1 10000 m and C2 10000 m; 1993 København silver: C2 10000 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C2 1000 m
Steve Train GBR CAN 1984—2000 0–2–3 1985 Mechelen silver: C2 10000 m; 1987 Duisburg bronze: C2 10000 m; 1991 Paris bronze: C2 10000 m; 1993 København silver: C2 10000 m; 1997 Dartmouth bronze: C2 1000 m
Torsten Tranum DEN CAN 2000 0–0–1 1999 Milano bronze: K1 1000 m
Lukáš Trefil CZE CAN 2012—2016 1–1–1 2013 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K4 1000 m; 2015 Milano bonze: K4 1000 m
Andrew Trim AUS CAN 1992—2000 1–0–1 1997 Dartmouth gold: K5 200 m; 1999 Milano bronze: K5 200 m
Anatoly Troshenkov URS CAN 1952 0–0–1 1958 Praha bronze: K4 1000 m
Georgy Tsybulnikov RUS CAN 1996 0–0–2 1993 København bronze: K4 10000 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m
Mihai Țurcaș ROU CAN 1964—1968 1–0–0 1966 East Berlin gold: K4 1000 m
Demyan Turchin BLR CAN 2004 2–0–2 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m
József Tuza HUN CAN 1952 0–1–0 1954 Mâcon silver: C2 1000 m
Marek Twardowski POL CAN 2000—2008 3–9–4 1999 Milano gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m and K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m and K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K1 500 m, silver: K2 200 m and K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 500 m
Wojciech Tyszyński POL CAN 2008 1–0–2 2003 Gainesville bronze: C4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: C4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C2 1000 m
Francesco Uberti ITA CAN 1984 0–0–1 1985 Mechelen bronze: K2 10000 m
Sergey Ulegin RUS CAN 2008 2–1–1 2002 Sevilla gold: C4 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2006 Szeged gold: C2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: C4 200 m
Stefan Ulm GER CAN 2000—2004 5–2–1 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 200 m and K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m
Werner Ulrich GER CAN 1960 0–1–0 1963 Jajce silver: C2 10000 m (competed for East Germany)
Alfred Umgeher AUT CMA 1948 0–1–0 1948 London silver: K4 1000 m
János Urányi HUN CAN/CMA 1948—1956 1–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K4 10000 m; 1958 Praha gold: K2 10000 m
Elżbieta Urbańczyk POL CAN 1988—2000 1–3–3 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: K2 500 m; 1997 Dartmouth silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K1 200 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K1 200 m
Imre Vágyóczky HUN CAN 1956 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: K4 1000 m
Attila Vajda HUN CAN/MOP 2004—2012 3–4–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C1 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C1 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: C1 4×200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: C1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C1 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C1 1000 m, silver: C1 5000 m; 2014 Moskva silver: C1 5000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m
Germaan Van De Moere BEL CAN 1956—1960 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 1000 m
Adam Van Koeverden CAN CAN 2004—2016 2–3–3 2003 Gainesville silver: K1 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K1 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K1 500 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 500 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 1000 m
Jan Vandrey GER CAN 2016 1–1–0 2017 Račice gold: C4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged silver: C4 500 m
Lipat Varabiev ROU CAN 1980 1–2–1 1971 Beograd bronze: C1 10000 m; 1973 Tampere silver: C1 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C1 500 m, silver: C2 10000 m
Ferenc Varga HUN CMA 1952 0–0–1 1954 Mâcon bronze: K4 10000 m
Csongor Vargha HUN CAN 1972 2–2–1 1971 Beograd silver: K4 10000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México silver: K4 10000 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Péter Várhelyi HUN CAN 1972 1–0–2 1970 København bronze: K4 1000 m; 1971 Beograd bronze: K4 1000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K1 4×500 m
Roman Vartolomeu ROU CAN 1972 0–0–1 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 4×500 m
Henrik Vasbányai HUN CAN 2016 1–3–1 2011 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: C2 1000 m; 2015 Milano silver: C2 1000 m
Anton Vasilyev RUS CAN 2008—2012 1–0–2 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
István Vaskuti HUN CAN 1980—1988 9–0–3 1977 Sofia gold: C2 500 m; 1978 Beograd gold: C2 500 m and C2 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg bronze: C2 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C2 500 m and C2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd bronze: C2 500 m and C2 10000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C2 10000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C2 500 m; 1986 Montréal gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m
Angelin Velea ROU CAN 1984—1988 2–0–1 1983 Tampere gold: K4 1000 m; 1986 Montréal gold: K2 1000 m, bronze: K2 10000 m
Rik Verbrugghe BEL CAN 1952—1964 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 1000 m
Krisztián Veréb HUN CAN 2000 0–2–2 1998 Szeged bronze: K2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m
Ákos Vereckei HUN CAN 2000—2008 6–2–2 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 500 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K1 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K1 500 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K1 500 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: K2 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 1000 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 1000 m
Sergey Verlin RUS CAN 1996 5–2–2 1993 København bronze: K4 10000 m; 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged silver: K2 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m
Aurel Vernescu ROU CAN 1960—1972 4–6–1 1963 Jajce gold: K1 500 m and K1 4×500 m, silver: K1 1000 m and K2 500 m; 1966 East Berlin gold: K1 500 m and K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1970 København silver: K1 4×500 m and K2 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m
Anne-Laure Viard FRA CAN 2004—2008 0–0–3 2005 Zagreb bronze: K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 200 m
Artūras Vieta LTU CAN 1992 3–5–2 1983 Tampere silver: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1985 Mechelen silver: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1987 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union); 1990 Poznań gold: K4 10000 m, silver: K2 1000 m (competed for the Soviet Union)
Aleksandr Vinogradov URS CAN 1976—1980 3–1–1 1971 Beograd gold: C2 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C2 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: C2 500 m
Konstantin Vishnyakov RUS CAN 2008 0–0–2 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 200 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m
Erzsébet Viski HUN CAN 2000—2004 10–0–3 1998 Szeged gold: K4 200 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 200 m, K4 500 m, and K4 1000 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 1000 m, bronze: K1 500 m
Erik Vlček SVK CAN 2000—2016 10–3–4 2001 Poznań bronze: K4 500 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K2 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K4 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K4 1000 m; 2019 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m
Václav Vokál TCH CAN 1960 0–0–2 1958 Praha bronze: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Jiří Vokněr TCH CMA 1956 1–2–0 1954 Mâcon gold: C1 10000 m; 1958 Praha silver: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m
Anke Nothnagel-von Seck GDR
GER
CAN 1988—1992 10–0–0 1987 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Anke Nothnagel for East Germany); 1989 Plovdiv gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m (competed as Anke Nothnagel for East Germany); 1990 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Anke von Seck for East Germany), 1991 Paris gold: K2 500 m, K2 5000 m, and K4 500 m (competed as Anke von Seck for Germany)
Jiří Vrdlovec TCH CAN 1980 2–1–3 1981 Nottingham bronze: C1 1000 m and C2 10000 m; 1982 Beograd silver: C1 10000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: C1 10000 m, bronze: C1 1000 m; 1985 Mechelen gold: C1 10000 m
Florica Vulpeș ROU CAN 2004 0–1–1 2005 Zagreb silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m
Katrin Wagner-Augustin GER CAN 2000—2012 10–16–2 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m (competed as Katrin Wagner); 1999 Milano silver: K2 1000 m and K4 500 m (competed as Katrin Wagner); 2001 Poznań silver: K1 1000 m and K4 500 m (competed as Katrin Wagner); 2002 Sevilla silver: K1 1000 m, K2 500 m, and K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m (competed as Katrin Wagner); 2003 Gainesville silver: K1 1000 m (competed as Katrin Wagner); 2005 Zagreb gold: K1 1000 m, K4 200 m, and K4 500 m, 2006 Szeged silver: K1 1000 m, K2 200 m, and K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m, bronze: K1 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m and K4 200 m, silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 500 m and K4 500 m
Marta Walczykiewicz POL CAN 2012—2016 1–9–2 2007 Duisburg bronze: K2 200 m; 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 200 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 200 m, bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 200 m and K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m, silver: K1 200 m and K4 500 m; 2015 Milano silver: K1 200 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K1 200 m
Ken Wallace AUS CAN 2008—2016 6–3–1 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K1 500 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 5000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K1 5000 m, silver: K1 1000 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 5000 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano gold: K1 5000 m and K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K4 1000 m
Heiderose Wallbaum FRG CAN 1976 0–1–1 1970 København bronze: K4 500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K4 500 m
Marcus Walz ESP CAN 2016 1–4–1 2014 Moskva bronze: K1 500 m; 2015 Milano silver: K2 200 m; 2017 Račice gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho silver: K4 500 m; 2019 Szeged silver: K4 500 m
Wang Feng CHN CAN 2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Wang Jing CHN CAN 1992 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m
Conny Waßmuth GER CAN 2008—2016 7–3–1 2005 Zagreb gold: K4 500 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K4 200 m and K4 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: K1 4×200 m and K4 200 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 4×200 m; 2011 Szeged gold: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K4 500 m
Franziska Weber GER CAN 2012—2016 4–7–2 2009 Dartmouth silver: K1 1000 m; 2010 Poznań gold: K1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K2 200 m and K2 500, silver: K4 500 m; 2014 Moskva silver: K2 200 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2017 Račice silver: K2 500 m and K4 500 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho gold: K2 200 m
Hans Wedemann GER CAN 1936 0–1–0 1938 Vaxholm silver: C1 1000 m
Rupert Weinstabl AUT CAN/CMA 1936 1–1–0 1938 Vaxholm gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 10000 m (competed for Germany)
Wen Yangfang CHN CAN 1992 0–0–1 1991 Paris bronze: K4 500 m
Jeremy West GBR CAN 1984—1988 2–0–0 1986 Montréal gold: K1 500 m and K1 1000 m
Hans Wetterström SWE CMA 1948—1956 2–2–0 1948 London gold: K4 1000 m; 1950 København gold: K2 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1954 Mâcon silver: K4 10000 m
Daniel Wełna POL CAN 1976—1980 2–2–3 1977 Sofia gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1978 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m; 1979 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 1000 m
Susanne Wiberg-Gunnarsson SWE CAN 1984—1996 1–3–5 1981 Nottingham silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K4 500 m (competed as Susanne Wiberg); 1983 Tampere bronze: K2 500 m (competed as Susanne Wiberg); 1993 København gold: K1 5000 m (competed as Susanne Gunnarsson); 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K2 200 m (competed as Susanne Gunnarsson); 1995 Duisburg bronze: K1 500 m and K2 500 m (competed as Susanne Gunnarsson); 1998 Szeged silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 1000 m (competed as Susanne Gunnarsson)
Tamás Wichmann HUN CAN 1968—1980 9–5–5 1966 East Berlin silver: C1 1000 m; 1970 København gold: C1 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1971 Beograd gold: C1 10000 m and C2 1000 m, silver: C1 500 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: C1 1000 m, C1 10000 m, and C2 1000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C1 10000 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: C1 1000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C1 10000 m; 1978 Beograd silver: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m; 1981 Nottingham gold: C1 10000 m; 1982 Beograd gold: C1 10000 m; 1983 Tampere bronze: C1 10000 m
Herbert Wiedermann AUT CAN/CMA 1952—1960 1–0–3 1950 København bronze: K1 4×500 m and K2 500 m; 1954 Mâcon gold: K2 10000 m, bronze: K1 4×500 m
Károly Wieland HUN CAN 1956 1–0–0 1954 Mâcon gold: C2 10000 m
Tim Wieskötter GER CAN 2000—2012 7–2–2 2001 Poznań gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m; 2002 Sevilla gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2003 Gainesville gold: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 500 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 200 m
Klaus-Uwe Will GDR CAN 1968 0–1–0 1970 København silver: K4 1000 m
Alan Williams GBR CAN 1976—1980 1–0–1 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 10000 m; 1983 Tampere gold: K2 10000 m
Andrew Willows CAN CAN 2004—2008 0–1–1 2006 Szeged silver: K2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K2 200 m
Olaf Winter GER CAN 1996—2000 0–0–1 1999 Milano bronze: K2 1000 m
Marek Witkowski POL CAN 1996—2000 0–1–2 1994 Ciudad de México silver: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m
André Wohllebe GDR
GER
CAN 1988—1992 8–4–6 1981 Nottingham bronze: K4 500 m (competed for East Germany); 1983 Tampere gold: K2 500 m and K2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1985 Mechelen gold: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1986 Montréal gold: K4 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1990 Poznań silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris gold: K4 500 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1993 København gold: K4 1000 m and K4 10000 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed for Germany); 1994 Ciudad de México bronze: K4 1000 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg bronze: K4 200 m (competed for Germany)
Ewelina Wojnarowska POL CAN 2016 1–3–2 2007 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2010 Poznań silver: K2 200 m; 2011 Szeged bronze: K1 4×200 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K1 4×200 m; 2014 Moskva gold: K1 4×200 m
John Wood CAN CAN 1968—1976 0–1–0 1977 Sofia silver: C2 500 m
Jordan Wood AUS CAN 2016 1–0–0 2017 Račice gold: K4 1000 m
Steve Wood AUS CAN 1988—1992 0–1–1 1986 Montréal bronze: K2 1000 m; 1991 Paris silver: K4 10000 m
Łukasz Woszczyński POL CAN 2004 0–2–0 2003 Gainesville silver: C4 500 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C4 500 m
Tomasz Wylenzek GER CAN 2004—2008 5–3–2 2005 Zagreb gold: C2 500 m and C2 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m; 2006 Szeged silver: C2 200 m; 2007 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 2009 Dartmouth gold: C2 1000 m; 2010 Poznań bronze: C4 1000 m; 2011 Szeged gold: C2 1000 m
Adam Wysocki POL CAN 1996—2008 2–10–5 1994 Ciudad de México gold: K2 200 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 1995 Duisburg bronze: K2 500 m; 1999 Milano gold: K2 500 m, silver: K2 1000 m and K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K2 200 m and K2 500 m; 2003 Gainesville silver: K2 200 m; 2005 Zagreb silver: K2 500 m, bronze: K2 200 m and K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged silver: K2 200 m and K4 1000 m, bronze: K4 500 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Xian Bangdi CHN CAN 1996 0–1–0 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Xu Linbei CHN CAN 2004—2008 0–1–0 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m
Dmytro Yanchuk UKR CAN 2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: C2 500 m
Yang Wenjun CHN CAN 2004—2008 0–0–2 2006 Szeged bronze: C1 500 m; 2007 Duisburg bronze: C1 500 m
Yevhen Yatsynenko URS CMA 1956 0–1–0 1958 Praha silver: K2 1000 m
Nikolay Yordanov BUL CAN 1988—1996 0–0–1 1989 Plovdiv bronze: K4 500 m
Yordan Yordanov BUL CAN 2000—2004 0–0–1 2002 Sevilla bronze: K4 1000 m
Yu Lamei CHN CAN 2008—2012 0–1–1 2006 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 1000 m
Vasyl Yurchenko URS CAN 1972—1980 7–3–1 1971 Beograd silver: C1 10000 m; 1973 Tampere gold: C1 10000 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: C1 1000 m, silver: C1 10000 m; 1975 Beograd gold: C1 1000 m and C1 10000 m; 1977 Sofia gold: C2 1000 m, silver: C1 10000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1979 Duisburg gold: C2 1000 m and C2 10000 m
Oleg Yurenya BLR CAN 2012 1–2–3 2010 Poznań bronze: K1 1000 m; 2011 Szeged silver: K1 5000 m; 2013 Duisburg silver: K2 1000 m; 2015 Milano bronze: K1 5000 m; 2017 Račice bronze: K1 5000 m; 2019 Szeged gold: K1 5000 m
Mark Zabel GER CAN 1996—2004 6–4–3 1995 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1997 Dartmouth gold: K4 1000 m, silver: K4 500 m, bronze: K4 200 m; 1998 Szeged gold: K4 500 m and K4 1000 m; 1999 Milano gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m; 2003 Gainesville bronze: K4 1000 m
Mihai Zafiu ROU CAN 1972—1980 1–5–1 1970 København silver: K1 4×500 m; 1971 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m; 1973 Tampere bronze: K1 4×500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K1 4×500 m; 1975 Beograd silver: K1 4×500 m; 1977 Sofia silver: K4 500 m; 1978 Beograd silver: K4 1000 m
Mária Zakariás HUN CAN 1980 0–1–2 1973 Tampere silver: K4 500 m; 1974 Ciudad de México bronze: K2 500 m; 1975 Beograd bronze: K4 500 m
György Zala HUN CAN 1992—2000 2–4–2 1989 Plovdiv silver: C4 500 m; 1990 Poznań silver: C1 1000 m, bronze: C2 500 m; 1995 Duisburg silver: C4 1000 m; 1998 Szeged bronze: C2 1000 m; 2001 Poznań gold: C4 200 m and C4 1000 m, silver: C4 500 m
Mikhail Zamotin URS CAN 1968 1–1–1 1963 Jajce gold: C1 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1966 East Berlin bronze: C1 10000 m
Holger Zander GER
FRG
CAN 1964—1968 0–1–1 1963 Jajce bronze: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany); 1966 East Berlin silver: K2 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Roman Zarubin RUS CAN 2000 1–3–3 1998 Szeged bronze: K4 500 m; 1999 Milano silver: K2 200 m and K4 500 m; 2001 Poznań gold: K4 500 m, silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K4 1000 m; 2009 Dartmouth bronze: K4 200 m
Eric Zeidlitz SWE CAN 1968—1980 0–1–1 1966 East Berlin silver: C2 1000 m; 1970 København bronze: C2 10000 m
Therese Zenz GER
SAA
CAN 1952—1960 1–0–2 1954 Mâcon gold: K1 500 m (competed for Saar); 1958 Praha bronze: K1 500 m and K2 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Thomas Zereske GDR
GER
CAN 1988—2000 2–3–5 1990 Poznań silver: C1 500 m, bronze: C1 1000 m (competed for East Germany); 1991 Paris bronze: C4 500 m (competed for Germany); 1995 Duisburg silver: C1 200 m and C2 200 m (competed for Germany); 1997 Dartmouth gold: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Germany); 1998 Szeged gold: C2 200 m, bronze: C2 500 m (competed for Germany); 1999 Milano bronze: C2 200 m (competed for Germany)
Zhang Qin CHN CAN 1996 0–1–0 1995 Duisburg silver: K4 500 m
Oleg Zhestkov RUS CAN 2012—2016 1–0–1 2011 Szeged bronze: K4 1000 m; 2013 Duisburg gold: K4 1000 m
Zhong Hongyan CHN CAN 2004—2008 0–1–1 2002 Sevilla silver: K4 1000 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: K1 500 m
Zhou Yu CHN CAN 2012—2016 0–0–1 2015 Milano bronze: K1 500 m
Aleksandr Zhukovsky BLR CAN 2004—2012 0–1–3 2001 Poznań silver: C4 1000 m; 2002 Sevilla bronze: C4 1000 m; 2005 Zagreb bronze: C4 200 m; 2006 Szeged bronze: C4 1000 m
Władysław Zieliński POL CAN 1960—1968 1–0–0 1958 Praha gold: K2 500 m
Annemarie Zimmermann GER
FRG
CAN 1964—1968 1–1–0 1963 Jajce gold: K2 500 m, silver: K4 500 m (competed for West Germany)
Carola Zirzow GDR CAN 1976 3–0–0 1974 Ciudad de México gold: K4 500 m; 1975 Beograd gold: K2 500 m and K4 500 m
Dragan Zorić SCG CAN 2000—2004 2–1–2 2005 Zagreb gold: K2 200 m; 2006 Szeged gold: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Serbia); 2007 Duisburg silver: K4 200 m, bronze: K2 200 m (competed for Serbia)
Milenko Zorić SRB CAN 2012—2016 1–0–2 2015 Milano bronze: K2 1000 m; 2017 Račice gold: K2 1000 m; 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: K2 1000 m
Henrikas Žustautas LTU CAN 2016 1–0–1 2018 Montemor-o-Velho bronze: C1 200 m; 2019 Szeged gold: C1 200 m
Knut Østby NOR CAN/CMA 1948—1956 0–1–0 1950 København silver: K2 1000 m
Marek Łbik POL CAN 1980—1988 2–4–2 1979 Duisburg bronze: C2 500 m; 1985 Mechelen silver: C2 500 m, bronze: C2 1000 m; 1986 Montréal gold: C2 10000 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1987 Duisburg gold: C2 500 m, silver: C2 1000 m; 1989 Plovdiv silver: C2 500 m