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Kayak double: Correa, Rézola end in 5th place

Argentines Miguel Correa and Rubén Rézola ended in fifth place in the men’s kayak double (K2) 200 final race at the London  Olympic Games in the and failed to achieve a medal.

The 29-year-old Correa participated in his second Olympics, following his seventh place in (K1) 500m in Beijing 2008.

 Russia won the Olympic gold medal in the men's canoe sprint K2 200m at the 2012 London Games on Saturday. Russia finished with a time of 33.507 at Eton Dorney in London to claim Russia's 16th gold medal of the games. 

Belarus won the silver with a time of 34.266 and Britain won the bronze with a time of 34.421. Russia now have 62 medals at the games with Belarus collecting their 11th and Britain collecting their 58th.

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