1995 World Rowing Championships

The 1995 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 20 to 28 August at Lake Kaukajärvi, Tampere, Finland.[1]

1995 World Rowing Championships
Kaukajärven soutustadion2.JPG
Sculling on Lake Kaukajärvi
VenueLake Kaukajärvi
LocationTampere, Finland
Dates20 to 28 August

EventsEdit

The women's lightweight four (LW4-) was poorly subscribed, with only five nations entering boats; no heats were thus had. The Australian team, although present, did not start. The Danish rower in seat two caught a crab and injured herself, and they did not finish. Therefore, all finishers received a medal, with the team from the United States the overall winners.[2]

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Slovenia
Iztok Čop
6:52.93   Estonia
Jüri Jaanson
6:53.48   Czech Republic
Václav Chalupa
6:54.14
M2x   Denmark
Lars Christensen
Martin Haldbo Hansen
6:17.01   Germany
André Steiner
Stephan Volkert
6:19.42   Norway
Steffen Størseth
Kjetil Undset
6:21.84
M4x   Italy
Alessandro Corona
Rossano Galtarossa
Massimo Paradiso
Alessio Sartori
6:10.09   Germany
Marco Geisler
Andreas Hajek
Marko Schwalbe
André Willms
6:11.62   Argentina
Santiago Fernández
Sergio Fernández González
Rubén Knulst
Guillermo Pfaab
6:12.62
M2+   Italy
Giuliano De Stabile
Luca Sartori
Antonio Cirillo
7:35.11   France
Antoine Béghin
Laurent Béghin
Christophe Lattaignant
7:37.97   Belgium
Frank Moortgat
Dominique Verdeyen
Benoit Ollemans
7:41.21
M2-   Great Britain
Matthew Pinsent
Steve Redgrave
6:28.11   Australia
Robert Walker
Richard Wearne
6:29.87   France
Michel Andrieux
Jean-Christophe Rolland
6:30.63
M4+   United States
Chris Ahrens
Porter Collins
Ben Holbrook
Scott Munn
Peter Cipollone
6:37.50   New Zealand
Murdoch Dryden
Andrew Matheson
Chris McAsey
Chris White
Michael Whittaker
6:38.65   Italy
Lorenzo Carboncini
Luca Cavallini
Ciro Liguori
Rocco Pecoraro
Vincenzo Di Palma
6:40.14
M4-   Italy
Riccardo Dei Rossi
Raffaello Leonardo
Valter Molea
Carlo Mornati
5:58.28   Great Britain
Tim Foster
Rupert Obholzer
Greg Searle
Jonny Searle
5:58.89   Poland
Piotr Basta
Wojciech Jankowski
Maciej Łasicki
Jacek Streich
6:02.13
M8+   Germany
Roland Baar
Stefan Forster
Detlef Kirchhoff
Ike Landvoigt
Jochen Lerche [de]
Frank Richter
Dieter Sator [de]
Marc Weber
Peter Thiede
5:53.40   Netherlands
Michiel Bartman
Kai Compagner
Nico Rienks
Niels van der Zwan
Jaap Krijtenburg
Niels van Steenis
Henk-Jan Zwolle
Ronald Florijn
Jeroen Duyster
5:55.54   United States
Jon Brown
Sean Hall
Fredric Honebein
Robert Kaehler
Jeffrey Klepacki
Jamie Koven
Michael Peterson
Don Smith
Steven Segaloff
5:57.46
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Great Britain
Peter Haining
7:29.78   Czech Republic
Tomáš Kacovský
7:31.60   Denmark
Anders Brems
7:33.24
LM2x    Switzerland
Markus Gier
Michael Gier
6:45.56   Sweden
Anders Christensson
Mattias Tichy
6:46.83   Australia
Anthony Edwards
Bruce Hick
6:47.60
LM4x   Austria
Gernot Faderbauer
Walter Rantasa
Christoph Schmölzer
Wolfgang Sigl
6:09.32   Germany
Frank Günder
Andreas Lutz
Bernhard Rühling
Jens Weckbach
6:11.07   Italy
Lorenzo Bertini
Paolo Pittino
Franco Sancassani
Massimo Guglielmi
6:13.71
LM2-   Italy
Carlo Grande
Pasquale Marigliano
7:08.64   France
Sebastien Bel
Xavier Dorfman
7:11.77   Denmark
Thomas Ebert
Bo Helleberg
7:13.96
LM4-   Italy
Carlo Gaddi
Leonardo Pettinari
Andrea Re
Ivano Zasio
6:16.46   Denmark
Eskild Ebbesen
Victor Feddersen
Niels Henriksen
Thomas Poulsen
6:17.83   Germany
Michael Buchheit
Oliver Rau
Bernhard Stomporowski
Martin Weiß
6:18.44
LM8+   Denmark
Johnny Bo Andersen
Torben Bech Jensen
Thomas Croft Buck
Carsten Glud
Søren Henrichsen
Jeppe Jensen Kollat
Michael Jensen
Bo Vestergaard
Dennis Larsen
5:53.45   Great Britain
Christopher Bates
Andy Butt
Niall Gardam
Ben Helm
Dave Lemon
Jim McNiven
Nicholas Strange
Jon Williamson
John Deakin
5:55.70   Italy
Salvatore Amitrano
Enrico Barbaranelli
Sabino Bellomo
Danilo Fraquelli
Stefano Fraquelli
Fabrizio Ravasi
Roberto Romanini
Carmine Somma
Gaetano Iannuzzi
5:58.77

Women's eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Sweden
Maria Brandin
7:26.00   Canada
Silken Laumann
7:29.07   Belgium
Annelies Bredael
7:34.29
W2x   Canada
Kathleen Heddle
Marnie McBean
6:55.76   Netherlands
Eeke van Nes
Irene Eijs
6:55.84   New Zealand
Philippa Baker
Brenda Lawson
6:59.43
W4x   Germany
Kerstin Köppen
Katrin Rutschow
Jana Sorgers
Jana Thieme
6:40.80   Canada
Laryssa Biesenthal
Kathleen Heddle
Marnie McBean
Diane O'Grady
6:43.02   Netherlands
Nelleke Penninx
Eeke van Nes
Anita Meiland
Irene Eijs
6:43.22
W2-   Australia
Kate Slatter
Megan Still
7:12.70   United States
Karen Kraft
Missy Schwen-Ryan
7:14.90   France
Celine Cuisant-Garcia
Christine Gossé
7:16.49
W4-   United States
Cindy Brooks
Melissa Iverson
Lianne Nelson
Katherine Scanlon Lewis
7:03.53   Germany
Gerte John
Doreen Martin
Dana Pyritz
Anke Weiler
7:05.13   Belarus
Tamara Dawydenko
Irina Gribko
Natalja Stasiuk
Marina Snak
7:07.98
W8+   United States
Jennifer Dore
Catriona Fallon
Amy Fuller
Anne Kakela
Laurel Korholz
Elizabeth McCagg
Mary McCagg
Monica Tranel-Michini
Yasmin Farooq
6:50.73   Romania
Angela Alupei
Iulia Bobeică
Veronica Cochela
Doina Ignat
Ioana Olteanu
Dobrita Preda
Doina Spîrcu
Anca Tănase
Cristina Ilie
6:52.76   Netherlands
Tessa Appeldoorn
Femke Boelen
Anneke Venema
Marieke Westerhof
Muriel van Schilfgaarde
Meike van Driel
Tessa Knaven
Rita de Jong
Jissy de Wolf
6:54.25
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Australia
Rebecca Joyce
8:14.66   France
Catherine Mueller
8:16.31   Netherlands
Annette Bogstra
8:18.61
LW2x   Canada
Colleen Miller
Wendy Wiebe
7:26.45   Denmark
Lene Andersson
Berit Christoffersen
7:27.28   Germany
Michelle Darvill
Ruth Kaps
7:29.60
LW2-   United States
Christine Collins
Ellen Minzner
7:55.99   Great Britain
Alison Brownless
Jane Hall
7:59.17   Denmark
Kristine Jørgensen
Sharon Thilgreen
8:02.58
LW4-   United States
Barbara Byrne
Linda Muri
Whitney Post
Sarah Simmons
7:08.48   Great Britain
Juliet Machan
Robyn Morris
Jo Nitsch
Rachel Woolf
7:09.74   Germany
Janet Radünzel
Gunda Reimers
Jutta Schausten
Gaby Schulz
7:13.91

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   United States 5 1 1 7
2   Italy 5 3 8
3   Germany 2 4 3 9
4   Great Britain 2 4 6
5   Denmark 2 2 3 7
6   Canada 2 2 4
7   Australia 2 1 1 4
8   Sweden 1 1 2
9   Austria 1 1
  Slovenia 1 1
   Switzerland 1 1
12   France 3 2 5
13   Netherlands 2 3 5
14   Czech Republic 1 1 2
  New Zealand 1 1 2
16   Estonia 1 1
  Romania 1 1
18   Belgium 2 2
19   Argentina 1 1
  Belarus 1 1
  Norway 1 1
  Poland 1 1
Total 24 24 24 72

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "1995 World Rowing Championship". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 9 October 2015. Retrieved 3 September 2013.
  2. ^ Lightweight Women's Four (LW4-) (Television production). Tampere, Finland: Eurovision. 25 August 1995. Retrieved 5 October 2017.