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The 2007 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 26 August to 2 September 2007 at Oberschleißheim Regatta Course near Munich, Germany.[1]

2007 World Rowing Championships
VenueOberschleißheim Regatta Course
LocationMunich, Germany
Dates26 August to 2 September

Contents

Medal summaryEdit

Men's eventsEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x   New Zealand
Mahé Drysdale
6:45.67   Czech Republic
Ondřej Synek
6:46.48   Norway
Olaf Tufte
6:47.58
M2x   Slovenia
Luka Špik (b)
Iztok Čop (s)
6:16.65   France
Jean-Baptiste Macquet (b)
Adrien Hardy (s)
6:16.93   Estonia
Tõnu Endrekson (b)
Jüri Jaanson (s)
6:18.32
M4x   Poland
Konrad Wasielewski (b)
Marek Kolbowicz (2)
Michał Jeliński (3)
Adam Korol (s)
5:49.42   France
Jean-David Bernard (b)
Cédric Berrest (2)
Jonathan Coeffic (3)
Julien Bahain (s)
5:50.95   Germany
René Bertram (b)
Karsten Brodowski (2)
Hans Gruhne (3)
Robert Sens (s)
5:52.40
M2+   Poland
Dawid Pacześ (b)
Łukasz Kardas (s)
Daniel Trojanowski (c)
7:00.10   Italy
Francesco Gabriele (b)
Valerio Massimo (s)
Gianluca Barattolo (c)
7:01.84   Canada
Kristopher McDaniel (b)
Derek O'Farrell (s)
Brian Price (c)
7:02.94
M2-   Australia
Drew Ginn (b)
Duncan Free (s)
6:24.89   New Zealand
Nathan Twaddle (b)
George Bridgewater (s)
6:30.19   Great Britain
Colin Smith (b)
Matt Langridge (s)
6:31.06
M4+   United States
Matt Deakin (b)
Dan Beery (2)
Samuel Burns (3)
Christopher Liwski (s)
Edmund del Guercio (c)
6:10.36   Serbia
Marko Marjanović (b)
Jovan Popović (2)
Goran Jagar (3)
Nikola Stojić (s)
Saša Mimić (c)
6:11.17   Germany
Florian Mennigen (b)
Stephan Koltzk (2)
Philipp Naruhn (3)
Matthias Flach (s)
Martin Sauer (c)
6:12.49
M4-   New Zealand
Carl Meyer (b)
James Dallinger (2)
Eric Murray (3)
Hamish Bond (s)
5:54.24   Italy
Carlo Mornati (b)
Alessio Sartori (2)
Niccolò Mornati (3)
Lorenzo Carboncini (s)
5:55.15   Netherlands
Geert Cirkel (b)
Matthijs Vellenga (2)
Jan-Willem Gabriëls (3)
Gijs Vermeulen (s)
5:55.49
M8+   Canada
Kevin Light (b)
Ben Rutledge (2)
Andrew Byrnes (3)
Jake Wetzel (4)
Malcolm Howard (5)
Dominic Seiterle (6)
Adam Kreek (7)
Kyle Hamilton (s)
Brian Price (c)
5:34.92   Germany
Jörg Dießner (b)
Florian Eichner (2)
Ulf Siemes (3)
Jan Tebrügge (4)
Sebastian Schulte (5)
Thorsten Engelmann (6)
Philipp Stüer (7)
Bernd Heidicker (s)
Peter Thiede (c)
5:37.19   Great Britain
Tom James (b)
Tom Stallard (2)
Tom Lucy (3)
Tom Solesbury (4)
Josh West (5)
Richard Egington (6)
Robin Bourne-Taylor (7)
Alastair Heathcote (s)
Acer Nethercott (c)
5:37.95
Men's lightweight events
LM1x   New Zealand
Duncan Grant
6:53.89   Italy
Lorenzo Bertini
6:57.43   Netherlands
Jaap Schouten
6:58.81
LM2x   Denmark
Mads Rasmussen (b)
Rasmus Quist Hansen (s)
6:24.21   Greece
Dimitrios Mougios (b)
Vasileios Polymeros (s)
6:25.89   Great Britain
Zac Purchase (b)
Mark Hunter (s)
6:26.92
LM4x   Italy
Leonardo Pettinari (b)
Daniele Gilardoni (2)
Luca Moncada (3)
Daniele Danesin (s)
6:01.70   France
Rémi Di Girolamo (b)
Pierre-Étienne Pollez (2)
Maxime Goisset (3)
Fabien Dufour (s)
6:02.94   Great Britain
Simon Jones (b)
Rob Williams (2)
Chris Bartley (3)
Dave Currie (s)
6:03.83
LM2-   Italy
Andrea Caianiello (b)
Armando Dell'Aquila (s)
6:38.00   Germany
Jochen Kühner (b)
Martin Kühner (s)
6:39.43   Australia
Ross Brown (b)
Michael McBryde (s)
6:42.05
LM4-   Great Britain
Richard Chambers (b)
James Lindsay-Fynn (2)
Paul Mattick (3)
James Clarke (s)
6:16.21   France
Franck Solforosi (b)
Jérémy Pouge (2)
Jean-Christophe Bette (3)
Fabien Tilliet (s)
6:17.43   Italy
Jiri Vlcek (b)
Catello Amarante (2)
Salvatore Amitrano (3)
Bruno Mascarenhas (s)
6:17.49
LM8+   Netherlands
Tom van den Broek (b)
Pieter Bottema (2)
Wolter Blankert (3)
Dennis Beemsterboer (4)
Maarten Tromp (5)
Arnoud Greidanus (6)
Alwin Snijders (7)
Marshall Godschalk (s)
Peter Wiersum (c)
5:42.06   Germany
Matthias Schömann-Finck (b)
Jost Schömann-Finck (2)
Martin Rückbrodt (3)
Ole Rückbrodt (4)
Björn Steinfurth (5)
Matthias Veit (6)
Lutz Ackermann (7)
Joel El-Qalqili (s)
Felix Erdmann (c)
5:44.52   Italy
Luigi Scala (b)
Giorgio Tuccinardi (2)
Livio La Padula (3)
Salvatore Di Somma (4)
Michele Savrie (5)
Dario Cesarola (6)
Nicola Moriconi (7)
Fabrizio Gabriele (s)
Andrea Lenzi (c)
5:46.33

Women's eventsEdit

     Non-Olympic classes

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x   Belarus
Ekaterina Karsten-Khodotovitch
7:26.52   Bulgaria
Rumyana Neykova
7:27.91   United States
Michelle Guerette
7:28.48
W2x   China
Li Qin (b)
Tian Liang (s)
6:54.38   New Zealand
Georgina Evers-Swindell (b)
Caroline Evers-Swindell (s)
6:57.72   Great Britain
Elise Laverick (b)
Anna Bebington (s)
6:57.74
W4x   Great Britain
Annabel Vernon (b)
Debbie Flood (2)
Frances Houghton (3)
Katherine Grainger (s)
6:30.81   Germany
Kathrin Boron (b)
Manuela Lutze (2)
Britta Oppelt (3)
Stephanie Schiller (s)
6:32.02   China
Tang Bin (b)
Xi Aihua (2)
Jin Ziwei (3)
Feng Guixin (s)
6:33.91
W2-   Belarus
Yuliya Bichyk (b)
Natallia Helakh (s)
7:06.56   Germany
Nicole Zimmermann (b)
Elke Hipler (s)
7:07.99   Romania
Georgeta Damian-Andrunache (b)
Viorica Susanu (s)
7:08.87
W4-   United States
Portia McGee (b)
Erin Cafaro (2)
Rachel Jeffers (3)
Megan Dirkmaat (s)
6:37.94   Germany
Nina Wengert (b)
Nadine Schmutzler (2)
Kerstin Naumann (3)
Silke Günther (s)
6:40.36   Australia
Phoebe Stanley (b)
Katelyn Gray (2)
Emily Martin (3)
Victoria Roberts (s)
6:43.03
W8+   United States
Brett Sickler (b)
Lindsay Shoop (2)
Anna Goodale (3)
Samantha Magee (4)
Anna Mickelson (5)
Susan Francia (6)
Caroline Lind (7)
Caryn Davies (s)
Mary Whipple (c)
6:17.20   Romania
Rodica Serban-Florea (b)
Viorica Susanu (2)
Simona Mușat (3)
Ana Maria Apachitei (4)
Aurica Bărăscu (5)
Ioana Papuc (6)
Georgeta Damian-Andrunache (7)
Doina Ignat (s)
Elena Georgescu (c)
6:18.33   Great Britain
Carla Ashford (b)
Baz Moffat (2)
Alice Freeman (3)
Louisa Reeve (4)
Natasha Howard (5)
Alison Knowles (6)
Catherine Greves (7)
Jessica Eddie (s)
Caroline O'Connor (c)
6:19.66
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Netherlands
Marit van Eupen
7:38.02   United States
Jennifer Goldsack
7:39.59   Canada
Melanie Kok
7:45.24
LW2x   Australia
Amber Halliday (b)
Marguerite Houston (s)
7:07.18   Finland
Sanna Stén (b)
Minna Nieminen (s)
7:07.41   Denmark
Katrin Olsen (b)
Juliane Rasmussen (s)
  Germany
Berit Carow (b)
Marie-Louise Dräger (s)
7:08.97
LW4x   Australia
Bronwen Watson (b)
Miranda Bennett (2)
Alice McNamara (3)
Tara Kelly (s)
6:35.97   Great Britain
Sophie Hosking (b)
Laura Greenhalgh (2)
Mathilde Pauls (3)
Jane Hall (s)
6:38.78   China
Jing Liu (b)
Jing Jia (2)
Hua Yu (3)
Yan Shimin (s)
6:40.32

Paralympic eventsEdit

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
AM1x   Great Britain
Tom Aggar
5:13.13   Australia
Dominic Monypenny
5:14.72   Israel
Eli Nawi
5:15.04
AW1x   Brazil
Claudia Santos
5:57.58   Belarus
Liudmila Vauchok
5:58.57   Poland
Martyna Snopek
6:08.54
TA2x   Brazil
Lucas Pagani (b)
Josiane Lima (s)
4:10.69   Australia
John Maclean (b)
Kathryn Ross (s)
4:13.24   Poland
Piotr Majka (b)
Yolanta Pawlak (s)
4:16.74
LTAMX4+   Germany
Kathrin Wolff (b)
Marcus Klemp (2)
Michael Sauer (3)
Susanne Lackner (s)
Arne Maury (c)
3:34.99   Great Britain
Victoria Hansford (b)
Alan Crowther (2)
Alastair McKean (3)
Naomi Riches (s)
Alan Sherman (c)
3:36.19   Canada
Anthony Theriault (b)
Scott Rand (2)
Meghan Montgomery (3)
Victoria Nolan (s)
Laura Comeau (c)
3:37.19

Medal tableEdit

Men's and women's eventsEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   New Zealand 3 2 0 5
2   United States 3 1 1 5
3   Australia 3 0 2 5
4   Italy 2 3 2 7
5   Great Britain 2 1 6 9
6   Netherlands 2 0 2 4
7   Belarus 2 0 0 2
  Poland 2 0 0 2
9   Canada 1 0 2 3
  China 1 0 2 3
11   Denmark 1 0 1 2
12   Slovenia 1 0 0 1
13   Germany 0 6 3 9
14   France 0 4 0 4
15   Romania 0 1 1 2
16   Bulgaria 0 1 0 1
  Czech Republic 0 1 0 1
  Finland 0 1 0 1
  Greece 0 1 0 1
  Serbia 0 1 0 1
20   Estonia 0 0 1 1
  Norway 0 0 1 1
Total 23 23 24 70

Paralympic eventsEdit

Place Nation       Total
1   Brazil 2 0 0 2
2   Great Britain 1 1 0 2
3   Germany 1 0 0 1
4   Australia 0 2 0 2
5   Belarus 0 1 0 1
6   Poland 0 0 2 2
7   Canada 0 0 1 1
  Israel 0 0 1 1
Total 4 4 4 12

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "2007 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 4 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.