Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's lightweight double sculls

These are the results of the Men's lightweight double sculls competition in Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens Greece. It was one of eight events in men's rowing that was held.[1]

Men's lightweight double sculls
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Competitors42 from 21 nations
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Tomasz Kucharski
Robert Sycz
 Poland
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Frédéric Dufour
Pascal Touron
 France
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Vasileios Polymeros
Nikolaos Skiathitis
 Greece
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MedalistsEdit

  Gold   Silver   Bronze
  Tomasz Kucharski
and Robert Sycz (POL)
  Frédéric Dufour
and Pascal Touron (FRA)
  Vasileios Polymeros
and Nikolaos Skiathitis (GRE)

Heats - 15 AugustEdit

  • SF denotes qualification to semifinal
  • R denotes qualification to repechage

Heat 1Edit

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1   Greece Vasileios Polymeros, Nikolaos Skiathitis 6:15.22 SF
2   Italy Elia Luini and Leonardo Pettinari 6:19.82 R
3   Slovakia Ľuboš Podstupka and Lukáš Babač 6:22.00 R
4   China Zhu Zhifu and Yang Jian 6:22.64 R
5   Cuba Armando Arrechavaleta and Yosvel Iglesiaso 6:25.14 R
6   Brazil Thiago Gomes and José Sobral Júnior 6:33.92 R

Heat 2Edit

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1   France Frédéric Dufour and Pascal Touron 6:14.55 SF
2   Hungary Zsolt Hirling and Tamás Varga 6:20.98 R
3   Spain Ruben Alvarez Hoyos and Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans 6:23.23 R
4   Japan Kazushige Ura and Daisaku Takeda 6:24.08 R
5   Hong Kong Lo Ting Wai and So Sau Wah 6:43.49 R

Heat 3Edit

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1   Denmark Mads Rasmussen and Rasmus Quist Hansen 6:17.68 SF
2   Poland Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz 6:21.45 R
3   Germany Manuel Brehmer and Ingo Euler 6:25.22 R
4   Australia George Jelbart and Cameron Wurf 6:28.94 R
5   Uzbekistan Sergey Bogdanov and Ruslan Naurzaliev 6:52.34 R

Heat 4Edit

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1   Ireland Sam Lynch and Gearoid Towey 6:16.63 SF
2   United States Steve Tucker and Greg Ruckman 6:20.00 R
3   Czech Republic Václav Maleček and Michal Vabroušek 6:21.82 R
4   Belgium Justin Gevaert and Wouter Van der Fraenen 6:26.25 R
5   Uruguay Rodolfo Collazo and Joe Reboledo 6:29.20 R

Repechages - 17 AugustEdit

Repechage 1Edit

  1.   Japan: Kazushige Ura and Daisaku Takeda 6:17.26 -> Semifinal A/B
  2.   United States: Steve Tucker and Greg Ruckman 6:19.35 -> Semifinal A/B
  3.   Germany: Manuel Brehmer and Ingo Euler 6:21.57 -> Semifinal C/D
  4.   Cuba: Armando Arrechavaleta Carrera and Yosvel Iglesias Montano 6:27.89 -> Semifinal C/D

Repechage 2Edit

  1.   Poland: Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz 6:20.90 -> Semifinal A/B
  2.   Spain: Ruben Alvarez Hoyos and Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans 6:26.66 -> Semifinal A/B
  3.   Uruguay: Rodolfo Collazo and Joe Reboledo Pineyrua 6:30.23 -> Semifinal C/D
  4.   China: Zhu Zhifu and Yang Jian 6:31.87 -> Semifinal C/D

Repechage 3Edit

  1.   Hungary: Zsolt Hirling and Tamás Varga 6:22.63 -> Semifinal A/B
  2.   Slovakia: Lubos Podstupka and Lukáš Babač 6:25.75 -> Semifinal A/B
  3.   Belgium: Justin Gevaert and Wouter van der Fraenen 6:31.18 -> Semifinal C/D
  4.   Uzbekistan: Sergey Bogdanov and Ruslan Naurzaliev 6:45.69 -> Semifinal C/D

Repechage 4Edit

  1.   Czech Republic: Václav Maleček and Michal Vabroušek 6:19.04 -> Semifinal A/B
  2.   Italy: Elia Luini and Leonardo Pettinari 6:21.22 -> Semifinal A/B
  3.   Australia: George Jelbart and Cameron Wurf 6:26.10 -> Semifinal C/D
  4.   Brazil: Thiago Gomes and Jose Sobral, Jr. 6:33.66 -> Semifinal C/D
  5.   Hong Kong: Ting Wai Lo and Sau Wah So 6:41.09 -> Semifinal C/D

Semifinals - 19 AugustEdit

Semifinal AEdit

  1.   Poland: Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz 6:14.91 -> Final A
  2.   Greece: Vasileios Polymeros and Nikolaos Skiathitis 6:17.12 -> Final A
  3.   Denmark: Mads Rasmussen and Rasmus Quist Hansen 6:17.85 -> Final A
  4.   United States: Steve Tucker and Greg Ruckman 6:21.46 -> Final B
  5.   Czech Republic: Václav Maleček and Michal Vabroušek 6:23.17 -> Final B
  6.   Slovakia: Luboš Podstupka and Lukáš Babač 6:29.44 -> Final B

Semifinal BEdit

  1.   France: Frédéric Dufour and Pascal Touron 6:16.33 -> Final A
  2.   Hungary: Zsolt Hirling and Tamás Varga 6:18.23 -> Final A
  3.   Japan: Kazushige Ura and Daisaku Takeda 6:18.51 -> Final A
  4.   Ireland: Sam Lynch and Gearoid Towey 6:19.09 -> Final B
  5.   Italy: Elia Luini and Leonardo Pettinari 6:23.72 -> Final B
  6.   Spain: Ruben Alvarez Hoyos and Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans 6:30.15 -> Final B

Semifinal CEdit

  1.   Germany: Manuel Brehmer and Ingo Euler 6:23.22 -> Final C
  2.   Belgium: Justin Gevaert and Wouter van der Fraenen 6:25.34 -> Final C
  3.   China: Zhu Zhifu and Yang Jian 6:25.97 -> Final C
  4.   Brazil: Thiago Gomes and Jose Sobral, Jr. 6:26.98

Semifinal DEdit

  1.   Australia: George Jelbart and Cameron Wurf 6:27.68 -> Final C
  2.   Cuba: Armando Arrechavaleta Carrera and Yosvel Iglesias Montano 6:28.09 -> Final C
  3.   Uruguay: Rodolfo Collazo and Joe Reboledo Pineyrua 6:29.39 -> Final C
  4.   Hong Kong: Lo Ting Wai and So Sau Wah 6:37.03
  5.   Uzbekistan: Sergey Bogdanov and Ruslan Naurzaliev 6:45.47

FinalsEdit

Final A - 22 AugustEdit

  1.   Poland: Tomasz Kucharski and Robert Sycz 6:20.93
  2.   France: Frédéric Dufour and Pascal Touron 6:21.46
  3.   Greece: Vasileios Polymeros and Nikolaos Skiathitis 6:23.23
  4.   Denmark: Mads Rasmussen and Rasmus Quist Hansen 6:23.92
  5.   Hungary: Zsolt Hirling and Tamás Varga 6:24.69
  6.   Japan: Kazushige Ura and Daisaku Takeda 6:24.98

Final B - 21 AugustEdit

  1.   United States: Steve Tucker and Greg Ruckman 6:45.20
  2.   Spain: Ruben Alvarez Hoyos and Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans 6:46.48
  3.   Czech Republic: Václav Maleček and Michal Vabroušek 6:46.77
  4.   Ireland: Sam Lynch and Gearoid Towey 6:49.26
  5.   Slovakia: Lubos Podstupka and Lukáš Babač 6:58.78
  6.   Italy: Elia Luini and Leonardo Pettinari 7:01.86

Final C - 21 AugustEdit

  1.   Germany: Manuel Brehmer and Ingo Euler 6:45.62
  2.   Cuba: Armando Arrechavaleta Carrera and Yosvel Iglesias Montano 6:48.50
  3.   Belgium: Justin Gevaert and Wouter van der Fraenen 6:50.07
  4.   Australia: George Jelbart and Cameron Wurf 6:51.32
  5.   China: Zhu Zhifu and Yang Jian 6:58.88
  6.   Uruguay: Rodolfo Collazo and Joe Reboledo Pineyrua 7:03.72

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rowing at the 2004 Athens Summer Games: Men's Lightweight Double Sculls". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 26 September 2018.

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