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The 1990 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 31 October to 4 November 1990 at Lake Barrington in Tasmania, Australia.[1]

1990 World Rowing Championships
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Australian champion M4-
VenueLake Barrington
LocationTasmania, Australia
Dates31 October to 4 November

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German teamsEdit

A month prior to the World Championships, Germany completed the political process of reunification of the eastern and western parts of the country. This was done at great speed, and organisational changes at the sports level took longer, with the German rowing federations due to merge by the end of 1990. FISA confirmed to the East German rowing federation that their rowers could participate as an separate team to West Germany, but without the designation of East Germany (GDR). There were no problems with medal ceremonies, as national anthems were not played nor national flags raised based on a decision made in 1955.[2]

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Soviet Union
Jüri Jaanson
7:22.15   Czechoslovakia
Václav Chalupa
7:26.98   New Zealand
Eric Verdonk
7:31.70
M2x   Austria
Arnold Jonke (b)
Christoph Zerbst (s)
6:56.37   East Germany
Thomas Lange (b)
Stefan Ullrich (s)
6:57.08   Australia
Peter Antonie (b)
Paul Reedy (s)
7:04.49
M4x   Soviet Union
Valeriy Dosenko (b)
Sergey Kinyakin (2)
Mykola Chupryna (3)
Girts Vilks (s)
5:40.44    Switzerland
Ueli Bodenmann (b)
Marc-Sven Nater (2)
Alexander Rückstuhl (3)
Beat Schwerzmann (s)
5:41.81   Italy
Alessandro Corona (b)
Gianluca Farina (2)
Massimo Paradiso (3)
Filippo Soffici (s)
5:42.18
M2+   Italy
Carmine Abbagnale (b)
Giuseppe Abbagnale (s)
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
6:48.30   Spain
José Ignacio Bugarin Pereira (b)
Ibon Urbieta Zubiria (s)
Gabriel de Marco (c)
6:50.52   Yugoslavia
Milan Janša (b)
Robert Krašovec (s)
Robert Eržen (c)
6:51.84
M2-   East Germany
Thomas Jung (b)
Uwe Kellner (s)
7:07.91   Soviet Union
Nikolay Pimenov (b)
Yuriy Pimenov (s)
7:10.20   Great Britain
Matthew Pinsent (b)
Steve Redgrave (s)
7:12.38
M4+   East Germany
Bernd Eichwurzel (b)
Mario Gruessel (2)
Detlef Kirchhoff (3)
Stefan Schulz (s)
Hendrik Reiher (c)
6:46.73   West Germany
Wolfgang Klapheck (b)
Stefan Scholz (2)
Ansgar Wessling (3)
Volker Zimmermann (s)
Thomas Alt (c)
6:48.03   Soviet Union
Igor Bortnitski (b)
Sigitas Kushinskas (2)
Yoanas Narmontas (3)
Vladimir Romanishin (s)
Petr Petrinitch (c)
6:49.40
M4-   Australia
Nick Green (b)
Mike McKay (2)
Samuel Patten (3)
James Tomkins (s)
5:52.20   Netherlands
Niels van der Zwan (b)
Jaap Krijtenburg (2)
Bart Peters (3)
Sven Schwarz (s)
5:53.41   East Germany
Ralf Brudel (b)
Olaf Förster (2)
Thomas Greiner (3)
Jens Luedecke (s)
5:54.71
M8+   West Germany
Roland Baar (b)
Dirk Balster (2)
Frank Dietrich (3)
Christoph Korte (4)
Frank Richter (5)
Martin Steffes-Mies (6)
Matthias Ungemach (7)
Armin Weyrauch (s)
Manfred Klein (c)
5:26.62   Canada
Darren Barber (b)
Andy Crosby (2)
Robert Bob Marland (3)
Derek Porter (4)
Michael Mike Rascher (5)
Bruce Robertson (6)
Brian Saunderson (7)
John Wallace (s)
Terrence Paul (c)
5:27.57   East Germany
Thomas Baensch (b)
Andre Hache (2)
Frank Pawlowski (3)
Michael Peter (4)
Roland Schröder (5)
Hans Sennewald (6)
Thomas Woddow (7)
Lutz Thiede (s)
Peter Thiede (c)
5:29.88
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Netherlands
Frans Göbel
7:21.24   Belgium
Wim Van Belleghem
7:22.49   Norway
Per Sætersdal
7:28.80
LM2x   United States
Robert Dreher (b)
Stephen Peterson (s)
7:46.15   West Germany
Karsten Krueger (b)
Peter Müller (s)
7:46.38   Austria
Walter Rantasa (b)
Christoph Schmölzer (s)
7:46.88
LM4x   Italy
Francesco Esposito (b)
Massimo Lana (2)
Paolo Pittino (3)
Massimo Guglielmi (s)
5:46.38   France
Bruno Boucher (b)
Bruno Lebeda (2)
Laurent Porchier (3)
Thierry Renault (s)
5:48.58   Australia
Simon Burgess (b)
Bruce Hick (2)
Gary Lynagh (3)
Stephen Hawkins (s)
5:48.72
LM4-   West Germany
Klaus Altena (b)
Michael Buchheit (2)
Stephan Fahrig (3)
Bernhard Stomporowski (s)
7:03.68   France
Stéphane Guerinot (b)
Laurent Irazusta (2)
Benoit Masson (3)
Jose Oyarzabal (s)
7:05.57   Netherlands
Frank Gerritse (b)
Pim Laken (2)
Mark Emke (3)
Han de Regt (s)
7:05.84
LM8+   Italy
Enrico Barbaranelli (b)
Franco Falossi (2)
Carlo Gaddi (3)
Fabrizio Ranieri (4)
Fabrizio Ravasi (5)
Andrea Re (6)
Roberto Romanini (7)
Alfredo Striani (s)
Giuseppe Lamberti (c)
5:35.03   Denmark
Svend Blitskov (b)
Peter Madsen (2)
Flemming Meyer (3)
Vagn Nielsen (4)
Henning Bay Nielsen (5)
Lars Rasmussen (6)
Hans Christian Sørensen (7)
Bo Vestergaard (s)
Stephen Masters (c)
5:36.98   Great Britain
Christopher Bates (b)
Marysh Chmiel (2)
Peter Haining (3)
Toby Hessian (4)
Tom Kay (5)
Carl Smith (6)
Neil Staite (7)
Stephen Wright (s)
John Deakin (c)
5:37.75

Women's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   East Germany
Birgit Peter
7:24.10   Canada
Silken Laumann
7:27.08   West Germany
Titie Jordache
7:30.03
W2x   East Germany
Kathrin Boron (b)
Beate Schramm
8:18.63   Soviet Union
Inna Frolova (b)
Tetiana Ustiuzhanina (s)
8:23.46   United States
Kristine Karlson (b)
Alison Townley (s)
8:29.35
W4x   East Germany
Kerstin Köppen (b)
Claudia Krüger (2)
Sybille Schmidt (3)
Jana Sorgers (s)
6:14.08   Soviet Union
Yelena Khloptseva (b)
Svitlana Mazij (2)
Mariya Omelianovych (3)
Sariya Zakyrova (s)
6:20.25   Czechoslovakia
Hana Kafková (b)
Iva Mikolova (2)
Martina Šefčíková (3)
Irena Soukupová (s)
6:22.33
W2-   West Germany
Stefani Werremeier (b)
Ingeburg Althoff (s)
8:28.37   United States
Stephanie Maxwell-Pierson (b)
Anna Seaton (s)
8:41.62   East Germany
Ina Justh (b)
Birte Siech (s)
8:44.59
W4-   Romania
Doina Șnep (b)
Iulia Bobeică (2)
Marioara Curela (3)
Doina Robu (s)
7:51.68   West Germany
Sylvia Dördelmann (b)
Meike Holländer (2)
Gabriele Mehl (3)
Cerstin Petersmann (s)
7:52.45   East Germany
Jeannette Barth (b)
Antje Frank (2)
Kathrin Haacker (3)
Judith Zeidler (s)
7:56.54
W8+   Romania
Doina Șnep (b)
Iulia Bobeică (2)
Constanța Burcică (3)
Veronica Cochelea (4)
Marioara Curela (5)
Anisoara Oprea (6)
Marioara Popescu (7)
Doina Ciucanu-Robu (s)
Elena Nedelcu (c)
5:59.26   United States
Shelagh Donohoe (b)
Cynthia Eckert (2)
Sarah Gengler (3)
Kelley Jones (4)
Stephanie Maxwell-Pierson (5)
Tracy Rude (6)
Anna Seaton (7)
Kathryn Young (s)
Yasmin Farooq (c)
6:01.67   East Germany
Ramona Franz (b)
Christiane Harzendorf (2)
Anette Hohn (3)
Micaela Schmidt (4)
Ute Wagner (5)
Annegret Strauch (6)
Ute Noetzel-Wild (7)
Heike Winkler (s)
Yvonne Illing (c)
6:03.18
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Denmark
Mette Bloch Jensen
8:12.64   Netherlands
Laurien Vermulst
8:14.58   Belgium
Rita Defauw
8:21.20
LW2x   Denmark
Ulla Jensen (b)
Regitze Siggaard (s)
6:57.96   United States
Holly Brunkov (b)
Lindsay Burns (s)
7:03.24   Canada
Brenda Colby (b)
Wendy Wiebe (s)
7:03.30
LW4-   Canada
Jill Blois (b)
Colleen Miller (2)
Diana Sinnage (3)
Rachel Starr (s)
6:38.40   Australia
Amanda Cross (b)
Pam Westendorf (2)
Sally Ninham (3)
Rebecca Joyce (s)
6:40.32   China
Liang Sanmei (b)
Lin Zhi-ai (2)
Zeng Meilan (3)
Zhang Huajie (s)
6:42.30

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   East Germany 5 1 5 11
2   West Germany 3 3 1 7
3   Italy 3 0 1 4
4   Soviet Union 2 3 1 6
5   Denmark 2 1 0 3
6   Romania 2 0 0 2
7   United States 1 3 1 5
8   Canada 1 2 1 4
  Netherlands 1 2 1 4
10   Australia 1 1 2 4
11   Austria 1 0 1 2
12   France 0 2 0 2
13   Belgium 0 1 1 2
  Czechoslovakia 0 1 1 2
15   Spain 0 1 0 1
   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
17   Great Britain 0 0 2 2
18   China 0 0 1 1
  New Zealand 0 0 1 1
  Norway 0 0 1 1
  Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1990 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  2. ^ "Nahende Weltmeisterschaften motivierten bei Ruder-Titelkämpfen ganz in Familie". Neues Deutschland (in German). 45 (229). 1 October 1990. p. 11. Retrieved 3 February 2018.