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The 2003 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 25 August to 1 September 2003 on the lake Idroscalo at Milan, Italy.[1] The international rowing season usually ends with the World Championship regatta. Apart from the Olympic Games this is the most prestigious international rowing event, attracting over 1000 rowers.

2003 World Rowing Championships
VenueIdroscalo
LocationMilan, Italy
Dates25 August to 1 September

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   Norway
Olaf Tufte
6:46.15   Germany
Marcel Hacker
6:47.47   Slovenia
Iztok Čop
6:48.31
M2x   France
Sébastien Vieilledent
Adrien Hardy
6:13.93   Italy
Rossano Galtarossa
Alessio Sartori
6:15.65   Czech Republic
Milan Doleček
Ondřej Synek
6:16.59
M4x   Germany
André Willms
Stephan Volkert
Marco Geisler
Robert Sens
6:12.26   Czech Republic
David Kopřiva
Petr Vitásek
Jakub Hanák
David Jirka
6:15.59   Poland
Adam Bronikowski
Marek Kolbowicz
Sławomir Kruszkowski
Adam Korol
6:18.80
M2-   Australia
Drew Ginn
James Tomkins
6:19.31   Croatia
Siniša Skelin
Nikša Skelin
6:20.79   South Africa
Ramon di Clemente
Donovan Cech
6:21.69
M4-   Canada
Cameron Baerg
Thomas Herschmiller
Jake Wetzel
Barney Williams
5:52.91   Great Britain
Steve Williams
Josh West
Toby Garbett
Rick Dunn
5:53.54   Germany
Sebastian Thormann
Paul Dienstbach
Philipp Stüer
Bernd Heidicker
5:55.13
M2+   United States
Matt Rich
Dan Beery
Andrew Kelly
7:10.11   Australia
Luke Pougnault
Jonathan Fievez
Marc Douez
7:13.13   Canada
Kevin Burt
Geoff Hodgson
Brian Price
7:20.23
M4+   United States
Brian McDonough
Matt Deakin
Jason Flickinger
Lucas McGee
Marcus McElhenney
6:04.68   Great Britain
James Livingston
Richard Egington
Kieran West
Tom Stallard
Peter Rudge
6:05.82   Germany
Arne Landgraf
Matthias Flach
Jan-Martin Bröer
Klaus Rogge
Stefan Lier
6:08.90
M8+   Canada
Joe Stankevicius
Kevin Light
Ben Rutledge
Kyle Hamilton
David Calder
Andrew Hoskins
Adam Kreek
Jeff Powell
Brian Price
6:00.44   USA
Ryan Torgerson
Jonathan Watling
Michael Wherley
Wolfgang Moser
Bryan Volpenhein
Jeffrey Klepacki
Joseph Hansen
Jason Read
Peter Cipollone
6:01.46   Great Britain
Alex Partridge
Dan Ouseley
Jonno Devlin
Andrew Triggs Hodge
Josh West
Ed Coode
Robin Bourne-Taylor
Tom James
Christian Cormack
6:03.45
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Italy
Stefano Basalini
6:59.65   Great Britain
Tom Kay
7:02.12   Germany
Peter Ording
7:05.36
LM2x   Italy
Elia Luini
Leonardo Pettinari
6:30.60   Poland
Tomasz Kucharski
Robert Sycz
6:33.12   Ireland
Sam Lynch
Gearoid Towey
6:35.90
LM4x   Italy
Emanuele Federici
Daniele Gilardoni
Luca Moncada
Filippo Mannucci
6:07.10   Australia
Deon Birtwistle
Michael McBryde
Shane Broad
Samuel Beltz
6:09.36   Germany
Jörg Lehnigk
Matthias Schömann-Finck
Nils Ipsen
Jens Wittwer
6:10.88
LM2-   Denmark
Bo Helleberg
Mads Andersen
6:35.73   Germany
Frank Mager
Christian Gerlach
6:37.36   United States
Simon Carcagno
Michael Mike Altman
6:41.05
LM4-   Denmark
Thor Kristensen
Thomas Ebert
Stephan Mølvig
Eskild Ebbesen
6:10.46   Netherlands
Gerard van der Linden
Ivo Snijders
Karel Dormans
Joeri de Groot
6:12.24   Italy
Lorenzo Bertini
Catello Amarante
Salvatore Amitrano
Bruno Mascarenhas
6:13.04
LM8+   Germany
Bastian Seibt
Martin Raeder
Joachim Drews
Martin Hasse
Carsten Borchardt
Birger Schmidt
Matthias Hobein
Christian Dahlke
Olaf Kaska
5:41.43   United States
Tom Paradiso
Eric Feins
Pat Todd (rower)
Andrew Bolton
William Fedyna
John Wall
Angus Maclaurin
John Wachter III
Joseph Finelli
5:43.95   France
Vincent Faucheux
Fabien Dagada
Rémi Le Flohic
Damien Margat
Alexis Saïtta
Franck Bussière
Nicolas Planque
Jérôme Bandiera
Nicolas Majerus
6:03.45

Women's eventsEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Bulgaria
Rumyana Neykova
7:18.12   Germany
Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski
7:21.44   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
7:.23.30
W2x   New Zealand
Georgina Evers-Swindell
Caroline Evers-Swindell
6:45.79   Germany
Britta Oppelt
Kathrin Boron
6:47.57   Russia
Larisa Merk
Irina Fedotova
6:49.50
W4x   Australia
Jane Robinson
Dana Faletic
Kerry Hore
Amber Bradley
6:46.52   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
Yuliya Bichyk
Volha Berazniova
Maryia Varona
6:48.87   Germany
Peggy Waleska
Marita Scholz
Manuela Lutze
Kerstin El Qalqili-Kowalski
6:49.34
W2-   Great Britain
Katherine Grainger
Cath Bishop
7:04.88   Belarus
Yuliya Bichyk
Natallia Helakh
7:05.89   Romania
Georgeta Damian
Viorica Susanu
7:06.16
W4-   United States
Liane Malcos
Whitney Webber
Caryn Davies
Wendy Wilbur
6:53.08   Netherlands
Sarah Siegalaar
Laura Posthuma
Annemarieke van Rumpt
Helen Tanger
6:54.42   Germany
Ulrike Stadlmayr
Dana Pyritz
Sandra Goldbach
Manuela Zander
6:56.36
W8+   Germany
Elke Hipler
Anja Pyritz
Maja Tucholke
Britta Holthaus
Susanne Schmidt
Nicole Zimmermann
Silke Günther
Lenka Wech
Annina Ruppel
6:41.23   Romania
Georgeta Craciun
Aurica Barascu-Chirita
Liliana Gafencu
Viorica Susanu
Magdalena Irincu
Elisabeta Lipă-Pleniuc
Georgeta Damian-Andrunache
Doina Ignat
Elena Georgescu-Nedelc
6:44.63   Canada
Jacqui Cook
Karen Clark
Rachel Dunnet
Andréanne Morin
Darcy Marquardt
Pauline Van Roessel
Roslyn McLeod
Buffy-Lynne Williams-Alexander
Sarah Pape
6:45.53
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Canada
Fiona Milne
7:52.87   Croatia
Mirna Rajle Brođanac
7:54.49   Germany
Janet Radünzel
7:56.53
LW2x   Germany
Marie-Louise Dräger
Claudia Blasberg
7:14.55   Australia
Sally Causby
Amber Halliday
7:17.28   Romania
Constanța Burcică
Camelia Mihalcea
7:18.24
LW4x   China
Li Quan
Deng Yanping
Tan Meiyun
Zhou Weijuan
6:36.43   Netherlands
Mariel Pikkemaat
Danielle Broekhuizen
Anne van Drumpt
Judith van Os
6:40.95   Australia
Bronwen Watson
Sally Newmarch
Marguerite Houston
Miranda Bennett
6:42.02
LW2-   Romania
Alina Scurtu
Mihaela Niga
7:30.26   Great Britain
Julia Warren
Michelle Dollimore
7:32.53   Greece
Elpida Grigoriadou
Angeliki Gkremou
7:34.50

Medal tableEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   Germany 4 4 7 15
2   United States 3 2 1 6
3   Italy 3 1 1 5
4   Canada 3 0 2 5
5   Australia 2 3 1 6
6   Denmark 2 0 0 2
7   Great Britain 1 4 1 6
8   Romania 1 1 2 4
9   France 1 0 1 2
10   China 1 0 0 1
  Norway 1 0 0 1
  New Zealand 1 0 0 1
  Bulgaria 1 0 0 1
14   Netherlands 0 3 0 3
15   Belarus 0 2 1 3
16   Croatia 0 2 0 2
17   Poland 0 1 1 2
  Czech Republic 0 1 1 2
19   South Africa 0 0 1 1
  Greece 0 0 1 1
  Slovenia 0 0 1 1
  Russia 0 0 1 1
  Ireland 0 0 1 1
Total 24 24 24 72

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2003 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 28 April 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.

External linksEdit