Rowing at the 1980 Summer Olympics – Men's quadruple sculls

The men's quadruple sculls rowing competition at the 1980 Summer Olympics took place at Krylatskoye Sports Complex Canoeing and Rowing Basin, Moscow, Soviet Union. The event was held from 20 to 27 July.[1]

Men's quadruple Sculls
at the Games of the XXII Olympiad
VenueKrylatskoye Rowing Canal
Date20–27 July
Competitors48 from 12 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Frank Dundr
Carsten Bunk
Uwe Heppner
Martin Winter
 East Germany
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Yuriy Shapochka
Evgeni Barbakov
Valeri Kleshnyov
Mykola Dovhan
 Soviet Union
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Mincho Nikolov
Lyubomir Petrov
Ivo Rusev
Bogdan Dobrev
 Bulgaria
← 1976
1984 →

HeatsEdit

Winner of each heat advanced to final. The remaining teams must compete in repechage for the remaining spots in the final.

Heat OneEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Milan Arežina, Darko Zibar, Dragan Obradović, Nikola Stefanović   Yugoslavia (YUG) 6:13.96
2 Joan Solano, Jesús González, Manuel Vera Vázquez, Julio Oliver   Spain (ESP) 6:18.61
3 Reiner Modest, Per Rasmussen, Morten Espersen, Ole Bloch Jensen   Denmark (DEN) 6:19.28
4 Siegfried Sageder, Bruno Flecker, Rainer Holzhaider, Michael Sageder   Austria (AUT) 6:19.28
5 José Cláudio Lazzarotto, Ronaldo de Carvalho, Ricardo de Carvalho, Waldemar Trombetta   Brazil (BRA) 6:25.84
6 Andrzej Skowroński, Zbigniew Andruszkiewicz, Ryszard Burak, Stanisław Wierzbicki   Poland (POL) 6:27.24

Heat TwoEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Frank Dundr, Carsten Bunk, Uwe Heppner, Martin Winter   East Germany (GDR) 6:01.68
2 Mincho Nikolov, Lyubomir Petrov, Ivo Rusev, Bogdan Dobrev   Bulgaria (BUL) 6:01.68
3 Christian Marquis, Jean Raymond Peltier, Charles Imbert, Roland Weill   France (FRA) 6:11.33
4 Yuriy Shapochka, Evgeni Barbakov, Valeri Kleshnyov, Mykola Dovhan   Soviet Union (URS) 6:14.67
5 Victor Scheffers, Jeroen Vervoort, Rob Robbers, Ronald Vervoort   Netherlands (NED) 6:28.25
6 Roberto Quintero, César Herrera, Nelson Simon, Horacio Cabrera   Cuba (CUB) 6:39.28

RepechageEdit

Heat OneEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Christian Marquis, Jean Raymond Peltier, Charles Imbert, Roland Weill   France (FRA) 5:59.54
2 Joan Solano, Jesús González, Manuel Vera Vázquez, Julio Oliver   Spain (ESP) 6:00.77
3 Victor Scheffers, Jeroen Vervoort, Rob Robbers, Ronald Vervoort   Netherlands (NED) 6:05.19
4 Siegfried Sageder, Bruno Flecker, Rainer Holzhaider, Michael Sageder   Austria (AUT) 6:16.22
5 Andrzej Skowroński, Zbigniew Andruszkiewicz, Ryszard Burak, Stanisław Wierzbicki   Poland (POL) 6:16.69

Heat TwoEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Yuriy Shapochka, Evgeni Barbakov, Valeri Kleshnyov, Mykola Dovhan   Soviet Union (URS) 5:57.82
2 Mincho Nikolov, Lyubomir Petrov, Ivo Rusev, Bogdan Dobrev   Bulgaria (BUL) 6:00.78
3 Reiner Modest, Per Rasmussen, Morten Espersen, Ole Bloch Jensen   Denmark (DEN) 6:02.60
4 José Cláudio Lazzarotto, Ronaldo de Carvalho, Ricardo de Carvalho, Waldemar Trombetta   Brazil (BRA) 6:11.96
5 Roberto Quintero, César Herrera, Nelson Simon, Horacio Cabrera   Cuba (CUB) 6:25.64

FinalsEdit

Finals AEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
  Frank Dundr, Carsten Bunk, Uwe Heppner, Martin Winter   East Germany (GDR) 5:49.81
  Yuriy Shapochka, Evgeni Barbakov, Valeri Kleshnyov, Mykola Dovhan   Soviet Union (URS) 5:51.47
  Mincho Nikolov, Lyubomir Petrov, Ivo Rusev, Bogdan Dobrev   Bulgaria (BUL) 5:52.38
4 Christian Marquis, Jean Raymond Peltier, Charles Imbert, Roland Weill   France (FRA) 5:53.45
5 Joan Solano, Jesús González, Manuel Vera Vázquez, Julio Oliver   Spain (ESP) 6:01.19
6 Milan Arežina, Darko Zibar, Dragan Obradović, Nikola Stefanović   Yugoslavia (YUG) 6:10.76

Finals BEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
7 Andrzej Skowroński, Zbigniew Andruszkiewicz, Ryszard Burak, Stanisław Wierzbicki   Poland (POL) 5:58.63
8 Victor Scheffers, Jeroen Vervoort, Rob Robbers, Ronald Vervoort   Netherlands (NED) 6:02.58
9 Reiner Modest, Per Rasmussen, Morten Espersen, Ole Bloch Jensen   Denmark (DEN) 6:05.38
10 Siegfried Sageder, Bruno Flecker, Rainer Holzhaider, Michael Sageder   Austria (AUT) 6:06.27
11 José Cláudio Lazzarotto, Ronaldo de Carvalho, Ricardo de Carvalho, Waldemar Trombetta   Brazil (BRA) 6:06.58
12 Roberto Quintero, César Herrera, Nelson Simon, Horacio Cabrera   Cuba (CUB) 6:16.65

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Rowing at the 1980 Moscow Summer Games: Men's Quadruple Sculls". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 29 August 2018.

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