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The 2006 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 20 to 27 August 2006 at Dorney Lake, Eton, Great Britain.[1]

2006 World Rowing Championships
VenueDorney Lake
LocationEton, Great Britain
Dates20 to 27 August

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

MenEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M1x   New Zealand
Mahé Drysdale
6:35.40   Germany
Marcel Hacker
6:35.49   Czech Republic
Ondřej Synek
6:37.51
M2x   France
Jean-Baptiste Macquet
Adrien Hardy
6:07.60   Slovenia
Luka Špik
Iztok Čop
6:09.79   Great Britain
Matthew Wells
Stephen Rowbotham
6:10.95
M2-   Australia
Drew Ginn
Duncan Free
6:18.00   New Zealand
Nathan Twaddle
George Bridgewater
6:19.13   Canada
Kevin Light
Malcolm Howard
6:21.83
M2+   Serbia and Montenegro
Nikola Stojić
Jovan Popović
Ivan Ninković
6:51.27   Italy
Francesco Gabriele
Dario Cerasola
Andrea Riva
6:54.39   Canada
James Byrnes
Derek O'Farrell
Brian Price
6:55.41
M4x   Poland
Konrad Wasielewski
Marek Kolbowicz
Michał Jeliński
Adam Korol
5:38.99   Ukraine
Volodymyr Pavlovskiy
Dmytro Prokopenko
Serhiy Biloushchenko
Sergiy Gryn
5:40.47   Estonia
Allar Raja
Igor Kuzmin
Tõnu Endrekson
Andrei Jämsä
5:41.23
M4-   Great Britain
Steve Williams
Pete Reed
Alex Partridge
Andrew Triggs Hodge
5:43.75   Germany
Gregor Hauffe
Toni Seifert
Urs Käufer
Filip Adamski
5:44.64   Netherlands
Geert Cirkel
Jan-Willem Gabriëls
Matthijs Vellenga
Gijs Vermeulen
5:45.54
M4+   Germany
Jan-Martin Bröer
Matthias Flach
Philipp Naruhn
Florian Eichner
Martin Sauer
6:05.77   Canada
Max Lang
Chris Aylard
Robert Gibson
Will Crothers
Stephen Cheng
6:06.47   New Zealand
James Dallinger
Steven Cottle
Paul Gerritsen
Dane Boswell
Daniel Quigley
6:07.37
M8+   Germany
Jörg Dießner
Sebastian Schulte
Stephan Koltzk
Philipp Stüer
Jan Tebrügge
Ulf Siemes
Thorsten Engelmann
Bernd Heidicker
Peter Thiede
5:21.85   Italy
Lorenzo Carboncini
Niccolò Mornati
Luca Agamennoni
Alessio Sartori
Mario Palmisano
Dario Dentale
Pierpaolo Frattini
Carlo Mornati
Gaetano Iannuzzi
5:23.29   United States
Paul Daniels
Matt Deakin
Steven Coppola
Kenneth Jurkowski
Giuseppe Lanzone
Daniel Walsh
Beau Hoopman
Marcus McElhenney
Christopher Liwski
5:24.14
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   Great Britain
Zac Purchase
6:47.82   Spain
Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans
6:50.14   New Zealand
Duncan Grant
6:52.73
LM2x   Denmark
Mads Rasmussen
Rasmus Quist Hansen
6:11.42   Italy
Marcello Miani
Elia Luini
6:14.90   France
Fabrice Moreau
Frédéric Dufour
6:15.94
LM2-   Germany
Ole Rückbrodt
Felix Otto
6:28.41   Spain
Juan Manuel Florido Pellón
Jesús González Álvarez
6:30.17   Italy
Andrea Caianiello
Salvatore Di Somma
6:30.64
LM4x   Italy
Gardino Pellolio
Daniele Gilardoni
Luca Moncada
Daniele Danesin
5:53.83   Germany
Kai Anspach
Martin Rückbrodt
Knud Lange
Christoph Schregel
5:55.87   France
Bastien Tabourier
Quentin Colard
Maxime Goisset
Rémi Di Girolamo
5:57.42
LM4-   China
Huang Zhongming
Wu Chongkui
Lin Zhang
Tian Jun
5:49.43   France
Franck Solforosi
Jérémy Pouge
Jean-Christophe Bette
Fabien Tilliet
5:51.26   Ireland
Gearoid Towey
Eugene Coakley
Richard Archibald
Paul Griffin
5:51.35
LM8+   Italy
Luigi Scala
Giorgio Tuccinardi
Livio La Padula
Franco Sancassani
Martino Goretti
Michele Savrie
Jiri Vlcek
Fabrizio Gabriele
Andrea Lenzi
5:36.35   Germany
Marc Rippel
Christian Scherhag
Björn Steinfurth
Alexander Bernhardt
Jost Schömann-Finck
Matthias Schömann-Finck
Lutz Ackermann
Matthias Veit
Felix Erdmann
5:38.48   Poland
Tomasz Kowalik
Łukasz Siemion
Mariusz Stańczuk
Jarosław Bielaszewski
Szymon Wiśniewski
Maciej Madej
Łukasz Pawłowski
Cezary Mrozowicz
Rafał Woźniak
5:38.71

WomenEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W1x   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
7:11.02   Czech Republic
Miroslava Knapková
7:15.02   Sweden
Frida Svensson
7:18.35
W2x   Australia
Elizabeth Kell
Brooke Pratley
6:47.67   Germany
Britta Oppelt
Susanne Schmidt
6:47.95   New Zealand
Georgina Evers-Swindell
Caroline Evers-Swindell
6:48.82
W2-   Canada
Darcy Marquardt
Jane Thornton
6:54.68   New Zealand
Juliette Haigh
Nicky Coles
6:56.72   Germany
Nicole Zimmerman
Elke Hipler
6:57.11
W4x   Great Britain
Debbie Flood
Sarah Winckless
Frances Houghton
Katherine Grainger
6:12.50   Australia
Catriona Sens
Sonia Mills
Dana Faletic
Sally Kehoe
6:13.99   Germany
Christiane Huth
Magdalena Schmude
Jeannine Hennicke
Stephanie Schiller
6:14.67
W4-   Australia
Robyn Selby Smith
Jo Lutz
Amber Bradley
Kate Hornsey
6:25.35   China
Fei Yu
Meng Li
Tong Li
Xiuhua Luo
6:26.75   United States
Portia Johnson
Erin Cafaro
Esther Lofgren
Rachel Jeffers
6:28.66
W8+   United States
Brett Sickler
Megan Cooke
Anna Goodale
Lindsay Shoop
Anna Mickelson
Susan Francia
Caroline Lind
Caryn Davies
Mary Whipple
5:55.50   Germany
Nina Wengert
Johanna Rönfeldt
Christina Gerking
Nadine Schmultzer
Lenka Wech
Maren Derlien
Nicole Zimmerman
Elke Hipler
Annina Ruppel
5:57.29   Australia
Jo Lutz
Robyn Selby Smith
Amber Bradley
Kate Hornsey
Emily Martin
Sarah Cook
Kim Crow
Sarah Heard
Lizzy Patrick
6:00.29
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Netherlands
Marit van Eupen
7:32.26   Germany
Berit Carow
7:33.61   Spain
Teresa Mas De Xaxars
7:34.98
LW2x   China
Xu Dongxiang
Yan Shimin
6:55.12   Australia
Marguerite Houston
Amber Halliday
6:56.57   Greece
Chrysi Biskitzi
Alexandra Tsiavou
6:57.14
LW4x   China
Yu Hua
Chen Haixia
Fan Xuefei
Liu Jing
6:23.96   Denmark
Kirsten Jepsen
Sine Christiansen
Katrin Olsen
Juliane Rasmussen
6:28.16   Great Britain
Laura Ralston
Lindsay Dick
Hester Goodsell
Sophie Hosking
6:30.02

Medal tableEdit

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  Germany37212
2  Australia3216
3  China3104
4  Great Britain3025
5  Italy2316
6  New Zealand1236
7  Canada1124
  France1124
9  Denmark1102
10  United States1023
11  Netherlands1012
  Poland1012
13  Belarus1001
  Serbia and Montenegro1001
15  Spain0213
16  Czech Republic0112
17  Slovenia0101
  Ukraine0101
19  Estonia0011
  Greece0011
  Ireland0011
  Sweden0011
Totals (22 nations)23232369

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2006 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.

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