2002 World Rowing Championships

The 2002 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 15 to 22 September 2002 on the Guadalquivir at Seville, Spain.[1] Adaptive events were held[2] for the first time at a World Championships.

2002 World Rowing Championships
VenueGuadalquivir
LocationSeville, Spain
Dates15 to 22 September

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Germany
Marcel Hacker
6:36.33   Slovenia
Iztok Čop
6:39.00   Norway
Olaf Tufte
6:39.45
M2x   Hungary
Ákos Haller (b)
Tibor Pető (s)
6:05.74   Italy
Agostino Abbagnale (b)
Franco Berra (s)
6:06.93   Germany
André Willms (b)
Andreas Hajek (s)
6:07.77
M4x   Germany
René Bertram (b)
Stephan Volkert (2)
Marco Geisler (3)
Robert Sens (s)
5:39.57   Poland
Adam Bronikowski (b)
Marek Kolbowicz (2)
Sławomir Kruszkowski (3)
Adam Korol (s)
5:40.43   Italy
Mattia Righetti (b)
Marco Ragazzi (2)
Rossano Galtarossa (3)
Simone Raineri (s)
5:43.62
M2+   Germany
Lars Krisch (b)
Andreas Werner (s)
Claus Müller-Gatermann (c)
6:47.93   United States
Dan Beery (b)
Dana Schmunk (s)
Joe Manion (c)
6:50.60   Australia
Tom Laurich (b)
Rob Jahrling (s)
Michael Toon (c)
6:53.77
M2-   Great Britain
James Cracknell (b)
Matthew Pinsent (s)
6:14.27   South Africa
Ramon di Clemente (b)
Donovan Cech (s)
6:15.60   Croatia
Siniša Skelin (b)
Nikša Skelin (s)
6:15.97
M4+   Great Britain
Tom Stallard (b)
Steve Trapmore (2)
Luka Grubor (3)
Kieran West (s)
Christian Cormack (c)
6:06.70   Germany
Arne Landgraf (b)
Martin Zobelt (2)
Jan-Martin Bröer (3)
Klaus Rogge (s)
Stefan Lier (c)
6:08.88   Croatia
Igor Boraska (b)
Oliver Martinov (2)
Ivan Jukić (3)
Ninoslav Saraga (s)
Luka Travaš (c)
6:10.54
M4-   Germany
Sebastian Thormann (b)
Paul Dienstbach (2)
Philipp Stüer (3)
Bernd Heidicker (s)
5:41.35   Great Britain
Steve Williams (b)
Josh West (2)
Toby Garbett (3)
Rick Dunn (s)
5:41.60   Italy
Niccolò Mornati (b)
Raffaello Leonardo (2)
Lorenzo Carboncini (3)
Carlo Mornati (s)
5:44.12
M8+   Canada
Matt Swick (b)
Kevin Light (2)
Ben Rutledge (3)
Kyle Hamilton (4)
Joe Stankevicius (5)
Andrew Hoskins (6)
Adam Kreek (7)
Jeff Powell (s)
Brian Price (c)
5:26.92   Germany
Sebastian Schulte (b)
Thorsten Engelmann (2)
Jörg Dießner (3)
Stephan Koltzk (4)
Johannes Doberschütz (5)
Enrico Schnabel (6)
Ulf Siemes (7)
Michael Ruhe (s)
Peter Thiede (c)
5:28.16   United States
Ryan Torgerson (b)
Garrett Klugh (2)
Joseph Hansen (3)
Wolfgang Moser (4)
Michael Wherley (5)
Eric Mueller (6)
Bryan Volpenhein (7)
Jonathan Watling (s)
Peter Cipollone (c)
5:29.27
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Ireland
Sam Lynch
6:49.86   Italy
Stefano Basalini
6:51.29   United States
Steve Tucker
6:52.94
LM2x   Italy
Elia Luini (b)
Leonardo Pettinari (s)
6:10.80   Poland
Tomasz Kucharski (b)
Robert Sycz (s)
6:13.50   Denmark
Mads Rasmussen (b)
Rasmus Quist Hansen (s)
6:14.82
LM4x   Italy
Emanuele Federici (b)
Daniele Gilardoni (2)
Luca Moncada (3)
Filippo Mannucci (s)
5:51.89   Spain
José Antonio Martín (b)
Juan Luis Aguierre Barco (2)
Carlos Loriente (3)
Alberto Domínguez (s)
5:54.23   Netherlands
Wolter Blankert (b)
Vincent de Loos (2)
Dylan van der Linde (3)
Marten Bosma (s)
5:54.59
LM2-   Chile
Christián Yantani (b)
Miguel Cerda (s)
6:29.97   Italy
Carlo Gaddi (b)
Franco Sancassani (s)
6:31.94   Great Britain
Ned Kittoe (b)
Nick English (s)
6:34.40
LM4-   Denmark
Thor Kristensen (b)
Thomas Ebert (2)
Stephan Mølvig (3)
Eskild Ebbesen (s)
5:47.21   Italy
Lorenzo Bertini (b)
Catello Amarante (2)
Salvatore Amitrano (3)
Bruno Mascarenhas (s)
5:49.41   Canada
Douglas Vandor (b)
Iain Brambell (2)
Jonathan Mandick (3)
Gavin Hassett (s)
5:50.55
LM8+   Italy
Luigi Scala (b)
Alessandro Lodigiani (2)
Giuseppe Del Gaudio (3)
Nicola Moriconi (4)
Marco Paniccia (5)
Carlo Grande (6)
Stefano Fraquelli (7)
Bruno Pasqualini (s)
Vincenzo Di Palma (c)
5:35.05   Germany
Martin Raeder (b)
Lars Achtruth (2)
Martin Fauck (3)
Joachim Drews (4)
Markus Pütz (5)
Matthias Hobein (6)
Sven Johannesmeier (7)
Christian Dahlke (s)
Jörg Dederding (c)
5:36.61   United States
Gavin Blackmore (b)
Eric Feins (2)
John Cashman (3)
Andrew Liverman (4)
Erik Miller (5)
Jon Douglas (6)
Tom Paradiso (7)
Matthew Smith (s)
Bill McManus (c)
5:38.21

Women's eventsEdit

  Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Bulgaria
Rumyana Neykova
7:07.71   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
7:11.74   Germany
Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski
7:17.07
W2x   New Zealand
Georgina Evers-Swindell (b)
Caroline Evers-Swindell
6:38.78   Russia
Larisa Merk (b)
Irina Fedotova (s)
6:41.06   Italy
Elisabetta Sancassani (b)
Gabriella Bascelli (s)
6:41.65
W4x   Germany
Peggy Waleska (b)
Marita Scholz (2)
Manuela Lutze (3)
Kerstin El Qalqili-Kowalski (s)
6:15.66   Denmark
Astrid Jespersen (b)
Sarah Lauritzen (2)
Dorthe Pedersen (3)
Majbrit Nielsen (s)
6:16.84   Belarus
I. Jansen-Zakhareuskaya (b)
Volha Berazniova (2)
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch (3)
Maryia Varona (s)
6:18.12
W2-   Romania
Georgeta Damian (b)
Viorica Susanu (s)
6:53.80   Canada
Jacqui Cook (b)
Karen Clark (s)
6:57.08   Belarus
Yuliya Bichyk (b)
Natallia Helakh (s)
6:59.21
W4-   Australia
Kristina Larsen (b)
Jodi Winter (2)
Rebecca Sattin (3)
Victoria Roberts (s)
6:26.11   Canada
Roslin McLeod (b)
Rachelle de Jong (2)
Darcy Marquardt (3)
Paulina Van Roessel (s)
6:28.32   China
Guifeng Zhao (b)
Cuiping Yang (2)
Huanling Cong (3)
Xueling Feng (s)
6:31.28
W8+   United States
Kate Johnson (b)
Dana Peirce (2)
Caryn Davies (3)
Maite Urtasun (4)
Bernadette Marten (5)
Alison Cox (6)
Anna Mickelson (7)
Kate Mackenzie (s)
Mary Whipple (c)
6:04.25   Australia
Jodi Winter (b)
Jo Lutz (2)
Julia Wilson (3)
Jane Robinson (4)
Rachael Taylor (5)
Rebecca Sattin (6)
Victoria Roberts (7)
Kristina Larsen (s)
Carly Bilson (c)
6:05.10   Germany
Anja Pyritz (b)
Maja Tucholke (2)
Britta Holthaus (3)
Dana Pyritz (4)
Nicole Zimmermann (5)
Susanne Schmidt (6)
Lenka Wech (7)
Silke Günther (s)
Annina Ruppel (c)
6:05.19
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Bulgaria
Viktoriya Dimitrova
7:28.89   United States
Lisa Schlenker
7:30.56   Spain
Teresa Mas De Xaxars
7:31.21
LW2x   Australia
Sally Causby (b)
Amber Halliday (s)
6:52.84   Germany
Janet Radünzel (b)
Claudia Blasberg (s)
6:53.56   Great Britain
Helen Casey (b)
Tracy Langlands (s)
6:55.28
LW4x   Australia
Zita van de Walle (b)
Marguerite Houston (2)
Miranda Bennett (3)
Hannah Every-Hall (s)
6:29.55   Netherlands
Mariel Pikkemaat (b)
Mirjam ter Beek (2)
Judith van Os (3)
Maud Klinkers (s)
6:30.01   United States
Anne Finke (b)
Abigail Cromwell (2)
Michelle Borkhuis (3)
Wendy Campanella (s)
6:32.48
LW2-   Great Britain
Naomi Ashcroft (b)
Leonie Barron (s)
7:29.91   Chile
Paola Rodriguez Gallardo (b)
Carolina Godoy Alarcon (s)
7:41.21   Spain
Maria Almuedo Castillo(b)
Beatriz Casanueva (s)
7:47.26

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   Germany 5 4 3 12
2   Italy 3 4 3 10
3   Great Britain 3 1 2 6
4   Australia 3 1 1 5
5   Bulgaria 2 0 0 2
6   United States 1 2 4 7
7   Canada 1 2 1 4
8   Denmark 1 1 1 3
9   Chile 1 1 0 2
10   Hungary 1 0 0 1
  Ireland 1 0 0 1
  New Zealand 1 0 0 1
  Romania 1 0 0 1
14   Poland 0 2 0 2
15   Belarus 0 1 2 3
  Spain 0 1 2 3
17   Netherlands 0 1 1 2
18   South Africa 0 1 0 1
  Russia 0 1 0 1
  Slovenia 0 1 0 1
20   Croatia 0 0 2 2
22   China 0 0 1 1
  Norway 0 0 1 1
Total 24 24 24 72

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2002 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 13 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  2. ^ "2002 Adaptive World Championships". FISA. Retrieved 23 January 2018.