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Michał Śliwiński

Full name: Michał Śliwiński
Other name(s): Mikhail Yaroslavovich Slivinsky, Михаил Ярославович Сливинский, Mykhailo Yaroslavovych Slivinskiy, Михайло Ярославович Слівінський
Gender: Male
Height: 5-10 (178 cm)
Weight: 181 lbs (82 kg)
Born: February 5, 1970 in Dobrotvor, Lviv, Ukraine
Affiliations: Spójnia Warszawa
Country: URS Soviet Union, EUN Unified Team, UKR Ukraine, POL Poland
Sport: Canoeing

Medals: 2 Silver (2 Total)

Biography

Michał Śliwiński had the following podium finishes at the Flatwater World Championships: 1st 1989 C1 500 m, 1st 1990 C1 500 m, 1st 1991 C1 500 m, 1st 2001 C2 1000 m (with Marcin Kobierski), 1st 2002 C2 1000 m (with Marcin Kobierski), 1st 2005 C4 1000 m (with Wojciech Tyszyński, Andrzej Jezierski, and Michał Gajownik), 2nd 2003 C4 500 m (with Łukasz Woszczyński, Marcin Grzybowski, and the non-Olympian Adam Ginter), 3rd 1994 K4 200 m (with Andriy Petrov, Andriy Borzukov, and the non-Olympian Yuriy Kichayev), 3rd 1994 C1 200 m, 1st 1994 C1 500 m, 3rd 1995 C1 200 m, 3rd 1997 C1 200 m, 3rd 1997 C1 500 m, 3rd 1998 C1 200 m, 3rd 1998 C1 500 m, 3rd 2001 C1 200 m, 3rd 2002 C4 500 m (with Marcin Grzybowski, Daniel Jędraszko, and the non-Olympian Adam Ginter), 3rd 2005 C4 500 m (with Andrzej Jezierski, Michał Gajownik, and the non-Olympian Adam Ginter). Śliwiński won his World Championship medals while representing the Soviet Union (1989-1991), the Ukraine (1994-1998), and Poland (2001-2005).

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1988 Summer 18 Seoul Canoeing Men's Canadian Singles, 500 metres Soviet Union URS 2 Silver
1992 Summer 22 Barcelona Canoeing Men's Canadian Singles, 500 metres Unified Team EUN 2 Silver
1996 Summer 26 Atlanta Canoeing Men's Canadian Singles, 500 metres Ukraine UKR 4
2000 Summer 30 Sydney Canoeing Men's Canadian Singles, 500 metres Ukraine UKR 7
2004 Summer 34 Athina Canoeing Men's Canadian Doubles, 1,000 metres Poland POL 5

Men's Canadian Singles, 500 metres

Games Age City Sport Country Phase Unit Rank T
1988 Summer 18 Seoul Canoeing Soviet Union Final Round 2 1:57.26
1988 Summer 18 Seoul Canoeing Soviet Union Semi-Finals Heat One 1 QU 1:52.86
1988 Summer 18 Seoul Canoeing Soviet Union Round One Heat One 1 QU/OB 1:51.90
1992 Summer 22 Barcelona Canoeing Unified Team Final Round 2 1:51.40
1992 Summer 22 Barcelona Canoeing Unified Team Semi-Finals Heat Two 1 QU 1:52.28
1992 Summer 22 Barcelona Canoeing Unified Team Round One Heat One 1 QU/OB 1:51.82
1996 Summer 26 Atlanta Canoeing Ukraine Final Round 4 1:51.714
1996 Summer 26 Atlanta Canoeing Ukraine Semi-Finals Heat One 1 QU 1:52.093
1996 Summer 26 Atlanta Canoeing Ukraine Round One Heat One 4 1:54.283
2000 Summer 30 Sydney Canoeing Ukraine Final Round 7 2:33.129
2000 Summer 30 Sydney Canoeing Ukraine Semi-Finals 3 QU 1:52.461
2000 Summer 30 Sydney Canoeing Ukraine Round One Heat Two 6 QC 1:53.682

Men's Canadian Doubles, 1,000 metres

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Partner Phase Unit Date T L
2004 Summer 34 Athina Canoeing Poland POL Łukasz Woszczyński Final Round 2004-08-27 3:44.338 7
2004 Summer 34 Athina Canoeing Poland POL Łukasz Woszczyński Round One Heat One 2004-08-23 3:30.607 4
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