Rowing at the 1932 Summer Olympics – Men's single sculls
|Men's single sculls|
at the Games of the X Olympiad
|Venue||Long Beach Marine Stadium|
|Competitors||5 from 5 nations|
This rowing event is a single scull event, meaning that each boat is propelled by a single rower. The "scull" portion means that the rower uses two oars, one on each side of the boat. The competition consists of multiple rounds.
During the first round two heats were held. The first boat in each heat advanced to the final, while all others were relegated to the repechages.
The repechages were rounds which offered rowers a chance to qualify for the final. The first two boats in the repechage heat advanced to the final.
|Tuesday, August 9, 1932||Heats|
|Thursday, August 11, 1932||Repechage|
|Saturday, August 13, 1932||Final|
First boat of each heat qualifies to the final, remainder goes to the repechage.
|2||William Miller||United States||7:29.2||R|
|1||Dick Southwood||Great Britain||7:42.6||Q|
|3||Joseph Wright Jr.||United States||8:30.6||R|
First two qualify to the final.
|1||William Miller||United States||8:05.8||Q|
|3||Joseph Wright Jr.||United States||8:37.8|
|William Miller||United States||7:45.2|
|4||Dick Southwood||Great Britain||8:33.6|
- "Rowing at the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Games: Men's Single Sculls". Sports Reference. Retrieved 28 July 2018.