2001 World Rowing Championships

The 2001 World Rowing Championships were held from 19 to 26 August 2001 at Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland.[1]

2001 World Rowing Championships
VenueRotsee
LocationLucerne, Switzerland
Dates19 to 26 August

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Norway
Olaf Tufte
6:43.04   Slovenia
Iztok Čop
6:43.36   Czech Republic
Václav Chalupa
6:43.62
M2x   Hungary
Ákos Haller (b)
Tibor Pető (s)
6:14.16   France
Adrien Hardy (b)
Sébastien Vieilledent (s)
6:14.29   Italy
Rossano Galtarossa (b)
Alessio Sartori (s)
6:14.43
M4x   Germany
Christian Schreiber (b)
André Willms (2)
Marco Geisler (3)
Andreas Hajek (s)
5:40.89   Netherlands
Geert Cirkel (b)
Dirk Lippits (2)
Diederik Simon (3)
Michiel Bartman (s)
5:42.64   Italy
Nicola Sartori (b)
Mattia Righetti (2)
Franco Berra (3)
Simone Raineri (s)
5:42.87
M2+   Great Britain
James Cracknell (b)
Matthew Pinsent (s)
Neil Chugani (c)
6:49.33   Italy
Mattia Trombetta (b)
Lorenzo Carboncini (s)
Andrea Monizza (c)
6:49.75   Romania
Cornel Nemțoc (b)
Ioan Florariu (s)
Marin Gheorghe (c)
6:54.45
M2-   Great Britain
James Cracknell (b)
Matthew Pinsent (s)
6:27.57   FR Yugoslavia
Đorđe Višacki (b)
Nikola Stojić (s)
6:27.59   South Africa
Ramon di Clemente (b)
Donovan Cech (s)
6:29.31
M4+   France
Gilles Bosquet (b)
Vincent Gazan (2)
Vincent Millot (3)
Sidney Chouraqui (s)
Christophe Lattaignant (c)
6:08.25   Italy
Luca Agamennoni (b)
Edoardo Verzotti (2)
Massimo Cascone (3)
Luca Ghezzi (s)
Gianluca Barattolo (c)
6:09.71   Great Britain
Chris Martin (b)
Henry Adams (2)
Alex Partridge (3)
Dan Ouseley (s)
Peter Rudge (c)
6:11.62
M4-   Great Britain
Toby Garbett (b)
Steve Williams (2)
Ed Coode (3)
Rick Dunn (s)
5:48.98   Germany
Sebastian Thormann (b)
Paul Dienstbach (2)
Philipp Stüer (3)
Bernd Heidicker (s)
5:50.56   Slovenia
Jani Klemenčič (b)
Milan Janša (2)
Rok Kolander (3)
Matej Prelog (s)
5:52.23
M8+   Romania
Daniel Măstăcan (b)
Florin Corbeanu (2)
Cornel Nemțoc (3)
Ioan Florariu (4)
Ovidiu Cornea (5)
Andrei Bănică (6)
Gheorghe Pîrvan (7)
Vasile Măstăcan (s)
Marin Gheorghe (c)
5:27.48   Croatia
Oliver Martinov (b)
Damir Vučičić (2)
Tomislav Smoljanović (3)
Nikša Skelin (4)
Siniša Skelin (5)
Krešimir Čuljak (6)
Igor Boraska (7)
Branimir Vujević (s)
Silvijo Petriško (c)
5:28.47   Germany
Sebastian Schulte (b)
Thorsten Engelmann (2)
Johannes Dobershütz (3)
Stephan Koltzk (4)
Jörg Dießner (5)
Enrico Schnabel (6)
Ulf Siems (7)
Michael Ruhe (s)
Peter Thiede (c)
5:29.41
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Ireland
Sam Lynch
6:49.38   Italy
Stefano Basalini
6:51.71   Czech Republic
Michal Vabroušek
6:53.02
LM2x   Italy
Elia Luini (b)
Leonardo Pettinari (s)
6:16.75   Poland
Tomasz Kucharski (b)
Robert Sycz (s)
6:19.45   France
Fabrice Moreau (b)
Thibaud Chapelle (s)
6:20.30
LM4x   Italy
Daniele Gilardoni (b)
Luca Moncada (2)
Mauro Baccelli (3)
Filippo Mannucci (s)
5:50.76   Greece
Nikolaos Skiathitis (b)
Ioannis Korkouritis (2)
Vasileios Polymeros (3)
Panagiotis Miliotis (s)
5:52.87   Japan
Akio Yano (b)
Hitoshi Hase (2)
Atsushi Obata (3)
Kazuaki Mimoto (s)
5:54.19
LM2-   Ireland
Gearoid Towey (b)
Tony O'Connor (s)
6:34.72   Netherlands
Simon Kolkman (b)
Robert van der Vooren (s)
6:36.40   Italy
Massimo Guglielmi (b)
Giuseppe Del Gaudio (s)
6:36.99
LM4-   Austria
Sebastian Sageder (b)
Bernd Wakolbinger (2)
Wolfgang Sigl (3)
Martin Kobau (s)
5:53.55   Denmark
Thomas Ebert (b)
Thor Kristensen (2)
Søren Madsen (3)
Eskild Ebbesen (s)
5:54.36   France
Laurent Porchier (b)
Jean-Christophe Bette (2)
Yves Hocdé (3)
Xavier Dorfman (s)
5:55.55
LM8+   France
Jean-Baptiste Dupy (b)
Erwan Péron (2)
Laurent Porchier (3)
Franck Bussière (4)
Pascal Touron (5)
Jean-Christophe Bette (6)
Yves Hocdé (7)
Xavier Dorfman (s)
Christophe Lattaignant (c)
5:37.21   Denmark
Morten Riis (b)
Stephan Mølvig (2)
Thomas Croft Buck (3)
Kenneth Bülow (4)
Rasmus Hjortshøj (5)
Svend Pedersen (6)
Jesper Krogh (7)
Morten Hansen (s)
Sebastian Claus (c)
5:37.99   United States
Erik Miller (b)
Eric Feins (2)
Gavin Blackmore (3)
Tom Paradiso (4)
John Cashman (5)
Ben Cotting-Gagne (6)
John Wall (7)
Eric Kratochvil (s)
Bill McManus (c)
5:38.80

WomenEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Germany
Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski
7:19.25   Russia
Yuliya Levina
7:23.28   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
7:25.18
W2x   Germany
Kathrin Boron (b)
Kerstin Kowalski
6:50.20   New Zealand
Georgina Evers-Swindell (b)
Caroline Evers-Swindell (s)
6:51.73   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch (b)
Volna Berazniova (s)
6:52.72
W4x   Germany
Peggy Waleska (b)
Marita Scholz (2)
Manuela Lutze (3)
Manja Kowalski (s)
6:12.95   New Zealand
Sonia Waddell (b)
Paula Twining (2)
Caroline Evers-Swindell (3)
Georgina Evers-Swindell (s)
6:15.35   United States
Sarah Jones (b)
Carol Skricki (2)
Hilary Gehman (3)
Laura Rauchfuss (s)
6:18.30
W2-   Romania
Georgeta Damian (b)
Viorica Susanu (s)
7:01.27   Belarus
Olga Tratsevskaya (b)
Yuliya Bichyk (s)
7:03.51   Canada
Jacqui Cook (b)
Karen Clark (s)
7:05.52
W4-   Australia
Jane Robinson (b)
Julia Wilson (2)
Jo Lutz (3)
Victoria Roberts (s)
6:27.23   New Zealand
Jackie Abraham-Lawrie (b)
Kate Robinson (2)
Rochelle Saunders (3)
Nicky Coles (s)
6:28.58   Netherlands
Christine Vink (b)
Carin ter Beek (2)
Anneke Venema (3)
Femke Dekker (s)
6:30.81
W8+   Australia
Jodi Winter (b)
Jo Lutz (2)
Julia Wilson (3)
Jane Robinson (4)
Emily Martin (5)
Rebecca Sattin (6)
Victoria Roberts (7)
Kristina Larsen (s)
Carly Bilson (c)
6:03.66   Romania
Elena Pirvan (b)
Aurica Bărăscu (2)
Natalita Berteanu-Pelin (3)
Elena Gavrilescu (4)
Mihaela Nastasa (5)
Doina Spircu-Craciun (6)
Georgeta Damian-Andrunache (7)
Viorica Susanu (s)
Rodica Anghel (c)
6:04.96   Germany
Silke Günther (b)
Anja Pyritz (2)
Dana Pyritz (3)
Britta Holthaus (4)
Susanne Schmidt (5)
Sandra Goldbach (6)
Maja Tucholke (7)
Lenka Wech (s)
Annina Ruppel (c)
6:05.32
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Ireland
Sinéad Jennings
7:33.20   Netherlands
Mirjam ter Beek
7:34.43    Switzerland
Pia Vogel
7:36.26
LW2x   Germany
Janet Radünzel (b)
Claudia Blasberg (s)
6:55.55   Poland
Katarzyna Demianiuk (b)
Ilona Mokronowska (s)
6:58.02   Romania
Monica Eremia-Stan (b)
Irina Acsinte (s)
6:58.97
LW4x   Australia
Catriona Roach (b)
Sally Causby (2)
Amber Halliday (3)
Josephine Lips (s)
6:29.68   United States
Marny Jaastad (b)
Abigail Cromwell (2)
Jennifer Edwards (3)
Stacey Borgman (s)
6:32.64   Netherlands
Mariel Pikkemaat (b)
Maud Klinkers (2)
Aukje Zuidema (3)
Hedi Poot (s)
6:33.70
LW2-   Great Britain
Sarah Birch (b)
Jo Nitsch (s)
7:23.00   United States
Suzanne Walther (b)
Michelle Borkhuis (s)
7:25.37   Argentina
Patricia Conte(b)
Ana Urbano (s)
7:26.02

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   Germany 5 1 2 9
2   Great Britain 4 0 1 5
3   Australia 3 0 0 3
  Ireland 3 0 0 3
5   Italy 2 3 3 8
6   France 2 1 2 5
  Romania 2 1 2 5
8   Austria 1 0 0 1
  Hungary 1 0 0 1
  Norway 1 0 0 1
11   Netherlands 0 3 2 5
12   Denmark 0 3 0 3
  New Zealand 0 3 0 3
14   Poland 0 2 0 2
15   Belarus 0 1 2 3
  United States 0 1 2 3
17   Slovenia 0 1 1 2
18   Croatia 0 1 0 1
  Greece 0 1 0 1
  Russia 0 1 0 1
  FR Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
22   Czech Republic 0 0 2 2
23   Argentina 0 0 1 1
  Canada 0 0 1 1
  Japan 0 0 1 1
  South Africa 0 0 1 1
   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 24 24 24 72

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2001 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 13 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.