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Medal record Men's canoe sprint World Championships Gold 2003 Gainesville C-4 500 m Silver 2005 Zagreb C-4 1000 m Bronze 2002 Seville C-4 200 m Bronze 2003 Gainesville C-4 200 m Petre Condrat is a Romanian sprint canoer who competed in the early to mid 2000s. He won four medals at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Championships with a gold (C-4 500 m: 2003), a silver (C-4 1000 m: 2005), and two bronzes (C-4 200 m: 2002, 2003). References ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 1: flatwater (now sprint): 1936-2007. ICF medalists for Olympic and World Championships - Part 2: rest of flatwater (now sprint) and remaining canoeing disciplines: 1936-2007. v • d • e World Champions in Men's Canoe Sprint C-4 500 m 1989: Soviet Union (Viktor Reneysky, Nicolae Juravschi, Yuriy Gurin, & Valeriy Veshko) * 1990: Soviet Union (Yuriy Gurin, Nicolae Juravschi, Viktor Reneysky, & Valeriy Veshko) * 1991: Soviet Union (Yuriy Gurin, Nicolae Juravschi, Viktor Reneysky, & Valeriy Veshko) * 1993: Hungary (Ervin Hoffmann, Attila Szabó, Gáspár Boldizsár & Ferenc Novák) * 1994: Hungary (Ervin Hoffmann, Attila Szabó, Gáspár Boldizsár & Ferenc Novák) * 1995: Hungary (Ervin Hoffmann, Attila Szabó, György Kolonics, & Csaba Horváth) * 1997: Hungary (György Kolonics, Csaba Horváth, Csaba Hüttner, & László Szuszkó) * 1998: Hungary (György Kolonics, Csaba Horváth, Csaba Hüttner, & László Szuszkó) * 1999: Russia (Roman Kruglyakov, Vladimir Ladocha, Konstantin Fomichev, & Andrey Kabanov) * 2001: Romania (Iosif Anisim, Florin Popescu, Mikhail Vartolemei, & Ionel Averian) * 2002: Romania (Mikhail Vartolemei, Ionel Averian, Mitică Pricop, & Florin Popescu) * 2003: Romania (Silviu Simioncencu, Florin Popescu, Mitică Pricop, & Petre Condrat) * 2005: Romania (Loredan Popa, Silviu Simioncencu, Florin Popescu, & Josif Chirila) * 2006: Belarus (Dzmitry Rabchanka, Dzmitry Vaitsishkin, Konstantin Shcharbak, & Aleksandr Vauchetskiy) * 2007: Hungary (Péter Balázs, Gábor Horváth, Márton Joób, & Pál Sarudi) This article about a Romanian canoer is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e