1993 World Rowing Championships

The 1993 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 30 August to 5 September 1993 at Račice, Czech Republic.[1]

1993 World Rowing Championships
LocationRačice, Czech Republic
Dates30 August to 5 September

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Canada
Derek Porter
6:59.03   Czech Republic
Václav Chalupa
7:00.56   Germany
Thomas Lange
7:04.35
M2x   France
Samuel Barathay
Yves Lamarque
6:24.69   Norway
Lars Bjønness
Rolf Thorsen
6:28.42   Germany
Christian Händle
Peter Uhrig
6:29.03
M4x   Germany
Andreas Hajek
André Steiner
Stephan Volkert
André Willms
5:43.99   Ukraine
Oleksandr Marchenko
Leonid Shaposhnikov
Mykola Chupryna
Oleksandr Zaskalko
5:46.25   Italy
Alessandro Corona
Gianluca Farina
Rossano Galtarossa
Massimo Paradiso
5:47.07
M2+   Great Britain
Greg Searle
Jonny Searle
Garry Herbert
7:01.50   Italy
Carmine Abbagnale
Giuseppe Abbagnale
Giuseppe Di Capua
7:03.59   Germany
Michael Peter
Thomas Woddow
Kuno Hochhuth
7:04.91
M2-   Great Britain
Matthew Pinsent
Steve Redgrave
6:36.98   Germany
Detlef Kirchhoff
Hans Sennewald
6:38.51   Slovenia
Iztok Čop
Denis Žvegelj
6:39.58
M4+   Romania
Dorin Alupei
Iulică Ruican
Nicolae Țaga
Viorel Talapan
Marin Gheorghe
6:14.64   Czech Republic
Petr Blecha
Michal Dalecký
Jiří Šefčík
Pavel Sokol
Oldřich Hejdušek
6:17.50   Germany
Stefan Forster
Mark Kleinschmidt
Ulrich Viefers
Marc Weber
Guido Groß
6:17.78
M4-   France
Michel Andrieux
Daniel Fauché
Philippe Lot
Jean-Christophe Rolland
6:04.54   Poland
Wojciech Jankowski
Maciej Łasicki
Jacek Streich
Tomasz Tomiak
6:06.63   United States
Thomas Bohrer
Sean Hall
Jeffrey Klepacki
James Neil
6:08.50
M8+   Germany
Roland Baar
Peter Hoeltzenbein
Andreas Lütkefels
Frank Richter
Stefan Scholz
Martin Steffes-Mies
Thorsten Streppelhoff
Colin von Ettingshausen
Peter Thiede
5:37.08   Romania
Dorin Alupei
Vasile Măstăcan
Vasile Năstase
Cornel Nemțoc
Valentin Robu
Iulică Ruican
Viorel Talapan
Ioan Vizitiu
Marin Gheorghe
5:39.33   United States
Jon Brown
William Castle
Fredric Honebein
Jamie Koven
Tom Murray
Michael Peterson
William Porter
Don Smith
Steven Segaloff
5:41.47
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Great Britain
Peter Haining
7:05.34   Australia
Stephen Hawkins
7:06.66   Netherlands
Pepijn Aardewijn
7:07.70
LM2x   Australia
Bruce Hick
Gary Lynagh
6:20.64    Switzerland
Markus Gier
Michael Gier
6:20.73   Italy
Francesco Esposito
Paolo Pittino
6:21.94
LM4x   Austria
Gernot Faderbauer
Walter Rantasa
Christoph Schmölzer
Wolfgang Sigl
5:49.30   Germany
Klaus Götte
Frank Günder
Andreas Lutz
Bernhard Rühling

  Italy
Michelangelo Crispi
Enrico Gandola
Massimo Lana
Ivano Zasio
5:51.00 tie for second place
LM2-   Spain
Fernando Climent
Fernando Molina Castillo
6:39.34   Russia
Vladimir Mitiuchev
Alexandr Ustinov
6:40.77   Germany
Stephan Fahrig
Herbert Vogt
6:40.79
LM4-   United States
Thomas Beetham
Matthew Collins
Chris Kerber
Jonathan Moss
6:03.27    Switzerland
Markus Feusi
Reto Fierz
Nicolai Kern
Hubert Wagner
6:03.99   Italy
Sabino Bellomo
Franco Cattaneo
Danilo Fraquelli
Alfredo Striani
6:04.59
LM8+   Canada
Dave Boyes
Christopher Cookson
Robert Fontaine
Gavin Hassett
Jeffrey Lay
Brian Peaker
Peter Sommerwil
Bryan Thompson
Pat Newman
5:39.17   Denmark
Johnny Bo Andersen
Svend Blitskov
Eskild Ebbesen
Niels Henriksen
Jeppe Jensen Kollat
Jacob Meyer
Thomas Poulsen
Bo Vestergaard
Stephen Masters
5:41.25   Italy
Enrico Barbaranelli
Carlo Gaddi
Carlo Grande
Pasquale Marigliano
Leonardo Pettinari
Paolo Ramoni
Fabrizio Ranieri
Andrea Re
Gaetano Iannuzzi
5:41.53

Women's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Germany
Jana Thieme
7:26.00   Canada
Marnie McBean
7:27.42   Denmark
Trine Hansen
7:28.14
W2x   New Zealand
Philippa Baker
Brenda Lawson
7:03.42   Germany
Kathrin Boron
Kerstin Köppen
7:05.61   Bulgaria
Galina Kamenova
Daniela Oronova
7:07.26
W4x   China
Cao Mianying
Gu Xiaoli
Liu Xirong
Zhang Xiuyun
6:21.07   Germany
Daniela Molle
Kerstin Müller
Kristina Mundt
Angela Schuster
6:24.31   United States
Ruth Davidon
Serena Eddy-Moulton
Michelle Knox-Zaloon
Monica Tranel-Michini
6:33.98
W2-   France
Hélène Cortin
Christine Gossé
7:24.74   Australia
Alison Davies
Victoria Toogood
7:27.21   United States
Elizabeth McCagg
Mary McCagg
7:27.65
W4-   China
Pei Jiayun
Wang Shujuan
Zhou Yaxin
Jing Yanhua
6:42.06   United States
Amy Fuller
Melissa Iverson
Anne Kakela
Katherine Scanlon Lewis
6:42.72   Canada
Shannon Crawford
Julie Jespersen Platt
Kelly Mahon
Emma Robinson
6:43.32
W8+   Romania
Angela Alupei
Iulia Bobeică-Bulie
Veronica Cochela
Lenuta Doroftei
Doina Ignat
Viorica Neculai
Ioana Olteanu
Anca Tănase
Cristina Ilie
6:18.88   United States
Jennifer Dore
Catriona Fallon
Amy Fuller
Anne Kakela
Laurel Korholz
Elizabeth McCagg
Katherine Scanlon Lewis
Monica Tranel-Michini
Yasmin Farooq
6:20.42   Germany
Kathrin Haacker
Andrea Klapheck
Micaela Schmidt
Doreen Martin
Dana Pyritz
Antje Rehaag
Ute Wagner
Stefani Werremeier
Doreen Schnell
6:21.52
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Canada
Michelle Darvill
7:47.14   Netherlands
Laurien Vermulst
7:51.37   Denmark
Mette Bloch Jensen
7:52.52
LW2x   Canada
Colleen Miller
Wendy Wiebe
6:59.74   China
Li Fei
Fang Wang
7:01.33   Netherlands
Ellen Meliesie
Cindy Rip
7:01.66
LW4-   Great Britain
Alison Brownless
Annamarie Dryden
Jane Hall
Tonia Williams
6:45.30   Canada
Nori Doobenen
Tracy Duncan
Maureen Harriman
Rachel Starr
6:48.87   United States
Barbara Byrne
Danika Holbrook-Harris
Alexandra Overy
Alison Shaw
6:49.47

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   Canada 4 2 1 7
2   Great Britain 4 4
3   Germany 3 4 6 13
4   France 3 3
5   China 2 1 3
  Romania 2 1 3
7   United States 1 2 5 8
8   Australia 1 2 3
9   Austria 1 1
  Spain 1 1
  New Zealand 1 1
12   Czech Republic 2 2
   Switzerland 2 2
14   Italy 2 4 6
15   Denmark 1 2 3
  Netherlands 1 2 3
17   Norway 1 1
  Poland 1 1
  Russia 1 1
  Ukraine 1 1
21   Bulgaria 1 1
  Slovenia 1 1
Total 23 24 22 69

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "World Rowing Championship". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 9 October 2015. Retrieved 3 January 2016.