For the 1996 Olympic medal winners, Medalists are listed in order of gold, silver, and bronze for Canoeing (Men).
500-m Canoe Singles: Martin Doktor, Czech Republic; Slavomir Knazovicky, Slovakia; Imre Pulai, Hungary
1,000-m Canoe Singles: Martin Doktor, Czech Republic; Ivan Klementyev, Latvia; Gyorgy Zala, Hungary
500-m Canoe Doubles: Gyorgy Kolonics and Csaba Horvath, Hungary; Nikolai Juravschi and Victor Reneischi, Moldova; Gheorghe Andriev and Grigore Obreja, Romania
1,000-m Canoe Doubles: Andreas Dittmer and Gunar Kirchbach, Germany; Marcel Glavan and Antonel Borsan, Romania; Gyorgy Kolonics and Csaba Horvath, Hungary
Canoe Slalom: Michal Martikan, Slovakia; Lukas Pollert, Czech Republic; Patrice Estanguet, France
Double Canoe Slalom: Frank Adisson and Wilfrid Forgues, France; Miroslav Simek and Jiri Rohan, Czech Republic; Andre Ehrenberg and Michael Senft, Germany
500-m Kayak Singles: Antonio Rossi, Italy; Knut Holmann, Norway; Piotr Markiewicz, Poland
1,000-m Kayak Singles: Knut Holmann, Norway; Beniamino Bonomi, Italy; Clint Robinson, Australia
500-m Kayak Doubles: Kay Bluhm and Torsten Gutsche, Germany; Beniamino Bonomi and Daniele Scarpa, Italy; Andrew Trim and Danny Collins, Australia
1,000-m Kayak Doubles: Antonio Rossi and Daniele Scarpa, Italy; Kay Bluhm and Torsten Gutsche, Germany; Andrian Dushev and Milk Kazanov, Bulgaria
1,000-m Kayak Fours: Germany; Hungary; Russia
As listed above, the 1996 Olympic Medal Winners: Canoeing (Men) produced winners from a range of countries.