Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's single sculls
The men's single sculls competition at the 2004 Summer Olympics took place at Schinias Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Centre, Greece. The event was held from August 14 until August 19. These are the results of the Men's single sculls competition, one of six events for male competitors in Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens.
|Men's single sculls|
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
|Competitors||29 from 29 nations|
- 1 Heats
- 2 Repechages
- 3 Semifinals
- 4 Finals
- 5 References
- 6 External links
- SF (ABC) denotes qualification to Semifinal A,B or C.
- R denotes qualification to Repechage.
Heats were held on 14 August. The first place rower in each heat advanced directly to the top section semifinals, while the rest were sent to the repechages.
|1||Tim Maeyens||Belgium (BEL)||7:17.68||SF (ABC)|
|2||André Vonarburg||Switzerland (SUI)||7:23.43||R|
|3||Law Hiu Fung||Hong Kong (HKG)||7:28.16||R|
|4||Wang Ming-hui||Chinese Taipei (TPE)||7:29.99||R|
|5||Daniel Sosa||Paraguay (PAR)||7:52.50||R|
|1||Václav Chalupa||Czech Republic (CZE)||7:13.84||SF (ABC)|
|2||Craig Jones||Australia (AUS)||7:19.71||R|
|3||Davor Mizerit||Slovenia (SLO)||7:24.60||R|
|4||Ali Ibrahim||Egypt (EGY)||7:36.60||R|
|5||Óscar Vásquez||Chile (CHI)||7:38.04||R|
|1||Santiago Fernández||Argentina (ARG)||7:22.52||SF (ABC)|
|2||Raphael Hartl||Austria (AUT)||7:34.61||R|
|3||Vladimir Chernenko||Uzbekistan (UZB)||7:38.27||R|
|4||Mohamed Aich||Algeria (ALG)||7:41.85||R|
|5||Paulose Pandari Kunnel||India (IND)||8:00.11||R|
|1||Olaf Tufte||Norway (NOR)||7:12.53||SF (ABC)|
|2||Ian Lawson||Great Britain (GBR)||7:24.01||R|
|3||Anderson Nocetti||Brazil (BRA)||7:26.81||R|
|4||Gustavo Salcedo||Peru (PER)||7:29.06||R|
|5||Leandro Salvagno||Uruguay (URU)||7:43.91||R|
|1||Marcel Hacker||Germany (GER)||7:17.55||SF (ABC)|
|2||Yuleidys Cascaret||Cuba (CUB)||7:19.45||R|
|3||Dirk Lippits||Netherlands (NED)||7:21.19||R|
|4||Su Hui||China (CHN)||7:23.19||R|
|5||Ham Jeong-uk||South Korea (KOR)||7:50.39||R|
|1||Jüri Jaanson||Estonia (EST)||7:13.74||SF (ABC)|
|2||Ivo Yanakiev||Bulgaria (BUL)||7:28.97||R|
|3||Matteo Stefanini||Italy (ITA)||7:31.54||R|
|4||Ibrahim Githaiga||Kenya (KEN)||8:13.33||R|
- SF (ABC) denotes qualification to Semifinal A,B or C.
- SF (DE) denotes qualification to Semifinal D or E.
The repechages took place on 17 August. The top two rowers in each repechage advanced to the top section of semifinals, while the others were relegated to the consolation semifinals (D and E).
|1||Ivo Yanakiev||Bulgaria (BUL)||6:52.51||SF (ABC)|
|2||Dirk Lippits||Netherlands (NED)||7:01.39||SF (ABC)|
|3||Gustavo Salcedo||Peru (PER)||7:05.08||SF (DE)|
|4||Paulose Pandari Kunnel||India (IND)||7:29.47||SF (DE)|
|1||Yuleidys Cascaret||Cuba (CUB)||6:58.44||SF (ABC)|
|2||Anderson Nocetti||Brazil (BRA)||7:03.08||SF (ABC)|
|3||Oscar Vasquez||Chile (CHI)||7:06.51||SF (DE)|
|4||Mohammed Aich||Algeria (ALG)||7:46.98||SF (DE)|
|1||Ian Lawson||Great Britain (GBR)||6:56.55||SF (ABC)|
|2||Ali Ibrahim||Egypt (EGY)||6:59.05||SF (ABC)|
|3||Vladimir Tchernenko||Uzbekistan (UZB)||7:13.43||SF (DE)|
|4||Daniel Sosa||Paraguay (PAR)||7:21.03||SF (DE)|
|1||Davor Mizerit||Slovenia (SLO)||7:01.31||SF (ABC)|
|2||Raphael Hartl||Austria (AUT)||7:06.21||SF (ABC)|
|3||Wang Ming-hui||Chinese Taipei (TPE)||7:09.99||SF (DE)|
|1||Craig Jones||Australia (AUS)||7:06.13||SF (ABC)|
|2||Law Hiu Fung||Hong Kong (HKG)||7:10.72||SF (ABC)|
|3||Ham Jung-wook||South Korea (KOR)||7:11.38||SF (DE)|
|4||Ibrahim Githaiga||Kenya (KEN)||7:25.58||SF (DE)|
|1||André Vonarburg||Switzerland (SUI)||6:53.48||SF (ABC)|
|2||Su Hui||China (CHN)||6:57.77||SF (ABC)|
|3||Leandro Salvagno||Uruguay (URU)||7:02.68||SF (DE)|
|4||Matteo Stefanini||Italy (ITA)||7:08.91||SF (DE)|
- FA denotes qualification to Final A.
- FB denotes qualification to Final B.
- FC denotes qualification to Final C.
- FD denotes qualification to Final D.
- FE denotes qualification to Final E.
The semifinals were conducted on 18 August. The A, B, and C semifinals were for those rowers who still had a chance at medalling, and the top two in each of those semifinals moved on to the A final (top 6 places), the next two to the B final (places 7-12), and the bottom two in each to the C final (13-18). The D and E semifinals were consolation semis and the rowers in them had already been eliminated from medal contention; the top three in each moved to the D final (places 19-24) and the rest moved to E final (places 25-29).
|1||Václav Chalupa||Czech Republic (CZE)||6:59.39||FA|
|2||Santiago Fernández||Argentina (ARG)||7:00.90||FA|
|3||Davor Mizerit||Slovenia (SLO)||7:04.07||FB|
|4||Craig Jones||Australia (AUS)||7:05.94||FB|
|5||Dirk Lippits||Netherlands (NED)||7:05.94||FC|
|6||Su Hui||China (CHN)||7:10.33||FC|
|1||Olaf Tufte||Norway (NOR)||6:50.55||FA|
|2||Ivo Yanakiev||Bulgaria (BUL)||6:53.43||FA|
|3||Marcel Hacker||Germany (GER)||6:55.98||FB|
|4||André Vonarburg||Switzerland (SUI)||7:08.52||FB|
|5||Anderson Nocetti||Brazil (BRA)||7:11.90||FC|
|6||Ali Ibrahim||Egypt (EGY)||7:14.58||FC|
|1||Jüri Jaanson||Estonia (EST)||6:47.36||FA|
|2||Tim Maeyens||Belgium (BEL)||6:50.33||FA|
|3||Ian Lawson||Great Britain (GBR)||6:57.95||FB|
|4||Yuleidys Cascaret||Cuba (CUB)||6:58.35||FB|
|5||Raphael Hartl||Austria (AUT)||6:58.67||FC|
|6||Law Hiu Fung||Hong Kong (HKG)||7:12.52||FC|
Three of the four favored scullers, Václav Chalupa, Jüri Jaanson and Olaf Tufte, all qualify relatively easily for the finals from Semis A, B and C, respectively. But in a major surprise, Marcel Hacker, who is in Semi B with Tufte, finishes third and fails to qualify. Hacker is the returning Bronze medalist, a former World Champion, and holder of the World's best time. Ivo Yanakiev, who finishes second in Semi B, goes on to win a Bronze medal.
|1||Gustavo Salcedo||Peru (PER)||7:09.06||FD|
|2||Matteo Stefanini||Italy (ITA)||7:10.34||FD|
|3||Vladimir Tchernenko||Uzbekistan (UZB)||7:13.21||FD|
|4||Wang Ming-hui||Chinese Taipei (TPE)||7:14.79||FE|
|5||Mohammed Aich||Algeria (ALG)||7:22.05||FE|
|6||Ibrahim Githaiga||Kenya (KEN)||7:40.78||FE|
|1||Leandro Salvagno||Uruguay (URU)||7:24.41||FD|
|2||Oscar Vasquez||Chile (CHI)||7:27.11||FD|
|3||Ham Jung-wook||South Korea (KOR)||7:33.70||FD|
|4||Daniel Sosa||Paraguay (PAR)||7:36.87||FE|
|5||Paulose Pandari Kunnel||India (IND)||7:48.38||FE|
Finals were contested on 19 August.
|Olaf Tufte||Norway (NOR)||6:49.30|
|Jüri Jaanson||Estonia (EST)||6:51.42|
|Ivo Yanakiev||Bulgaria (BUL)||6:52.80|
|4||Santiago Fernández||Argentina (ARG)||6:55.17|
|5||Václav Chalupa||Czech Republic (CZE)||6:59.13|
|6||Tim Maeyens||Belgium (BEL)||7:01.74|
In the finals, Václav Chalupa followed by Fernandez and Maeyens pull out to an early lead. At the 1000 meter mark (halfway), Olaf Tufte grabs a small lead over Chalupa with Jüri Jaanson a close third. With 500 meters to go, Jaanson takes a small lead over Tufte. Two seconds back (one length), Chalupa held a small lead for third over Ivo Yanakiev who has been slowly moving up through the field. In the final 500 meters, Tufte regains the lead and pulls away to win by a length over Jaanson. Meanwhile, Yanakiev grabs third over Chalupa who fades to fifth place.
|1||Marcel Hacker||Germany (GER)||6:47.26|
|2||André Vonarburg||Switzerland (SUI)||6:52.88|
|3||Davor Mizerit||Slovenia (SLO)||6:55.64|
|4||Ian Lawson||Great Britain (GBR)||6:57.63|
|5||Craig Jones||Australia (AUS)||6:58.48|
|6||Yuleidys Cascaret||Cuba (CUB)||6:58.61|
|1||Anderson Nocetti||Brazil (BRA)||6:53.64|
|2||Ali Ibrahim||Egypt (EGY)||6:55.34|
|3||Su Hui||China (CHN)||6:57.42|
|4||Dirk Lippits||Netherlands (NED)||6:58.20|
|5||Raphael Hartl||Austria (AUT)||7:00.75|
|6||Law Hiu Fung||Hong Kong (HKG)||7:10.75|
|1||Matteo Stefanini||Italy (ITA)||6:57.16|
|2||Leandro Salvagno||Uruguay (URU)||7:01.33|
|3||Gustavo Salcedo||Peru (PER)||7:03.24|
|4||Ham Jung-wook||South Korea (KOR)||7:10.44|
|5||Oscar Vasquez||Chile (CHI)||7:10.75|
|6||Vladimir Tchernenko||Uzbekistan (UZB)||7:23.56|
|1||Wang Ming-hui||Chinese Taipei (TPE)||7:07.84|
|2||Daniel Sosa||Paraguay (PAR)||7:13.49|
|3||Paulose Pandari Kunnel||India (IND)||7:22.63|
|4||Mohammed Aich||Algeria (ALG)||7:25.49|
|5||Ibrahim Githaiga||Kenya (KEN)||7:29.02|
- "Rowing at the 2004 Athens Summer Games: Men's Single Sculls". Sports Reference. Retrieved 25 September 2018.