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

These are the results of the Women's lightweight double sculls competition, one of six events for female competitors in Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens. The Rowing events were held at the Schinias Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Centre.[1]

Women's lightweight double sculls
at the Games of the XXVIII Olympiad
Medalists
1st place, gold medalist(s) Constanța Burcică
Angela Alupei
 Romania
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Daniela Reimer
Claudia Blasberg
 Germany
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Kirsten van der Kolk
Marit van Eupen
 Netherlands
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MedalistsEdit

Gold Constanța Burcică & Angela Alupei
  Romania
Silver Daniela Reimer & Claudia Blasberg
  Germany
Bronze Kirsten van der Kolk & Marit van Eupen
  Netherlands

Heats - 15 AugustEdit

Heat 1Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Constanța Burcică, Angela Alupei   Romania 6:50.64 SA/B
2 Magdalena Kemnitz, Ilona Mokronowska   Poland 6:51.46 R
3 Teresa Mas, Eva Mirones   Spain 7:02.33 R
4 Maria Sakellaridou, Chrysi Biskitzi   Greece 7:05.52 R
5 Kahori Uchiyama, Akiko Iwamoto   Japan 7:14.04 R
6 Hiền Phạm Thị, Nguyễn Thị Thị   Vietnam 7:42.43 R

Heat 2Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Daniela Reimer, Claudia Blasberg   Germany 6:52.47 SA/B
2 Xu Dongxiang, Li Qian   China 6:54.66 R
3 Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen   Netherlands 7:00.46 R
4 Lisa Schlenker, Stacey Borgman   United States 7:04.01 R
5 Edit Stift, Monika Remsei   Hungary 7:12.79 R
6 Gabriela Huerta, Aline Olvera   Mexico 7:18.16 R

Heat 3Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Sally Newmarch, Amber Halliday   Australia 6:49.90 SA/B WB
2 Mara Jones, Fiona Milne   Canada 6:53.47 R
3 Juliane Rasmussen, Johanne Thomsen   Denmark 6:56.62 R
4 Helen Casey, Tracy Langlands   Great Britain 6:59.19 R
5 Dailin Taset Aguilar, Ismaray Marrero   Cuba 7:18.35 R
6 Milka Kraljev, Lucia Palermo   Argentina 7:25.11 R

Repechage - 17 AugustEdit

Repechage 1Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Xu Dongxiang, Li Qian   China 6:54.48 SA/B
2 Helen Casey, Tracy Langlands   Great Britain 6:59.63 SA/B
3 Maria Mas de Xaxars Rivero, Eva Mirones Sola   Spain 7:02.91 SA/B
4 Edit Stift, Monika Remsei   Hungary 7:07.69 FC
5 Pham Thi Hien, Nguyen Thi Thi   Vietnam 7:35.29 FC

Repechage 2Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Magdalena Kemnitz, Ilona Mokronowska   Poland 6:53.74 SA/B
2 Lisa Schlenker, Stacey Borgman   United States 6:54.12 SA/B
3 Juliane Rasmussen, Johanne Thomsen   Denmark 6:57.84 SA/B
4 Kahori Uchiyama, Akiko Iwamoto   Japan 7:07.07 FC
5 Milka Kraljev, Lucia Palermo   Argentina 7:23.22 FC

Repechage 3Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen   Netherlands 6:52.53 SA/B
2 Mara Jones, Fiona Milne   Canada 6:54.04 SA/B
3 Maria Sakellaridou, Chrysi Biskitzi   Greece 7:04.98 SA/B
4 Dailin Taset Aguilar, Ismaray Marrero Aria   Cuba 7:14.01 FC
5 Gabriela Huerta Trillo, Aline Olvera Clauzier   Mexico 7:23.07 FC

Semifinal A/B - 19 AugustEdit

Semifinal 1Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Constanța Burcică, Angela Alupei   Romania 6:51.84 FA
2 Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen   Netherlands 6:53.10 FA
3 Daniela Reimer, Claudia Blasberg   Germany 6:53.43 FA
4 Lisa Schlenker, Stacey Borgman   United States 6:54.16 FB
5 Helen Casey, Tracy Langlands   Great Britain 6:59.23 FB
6 Maria Sakellaridou, Chrysi Biskitzi   Greece 7:15.45 FB

Semifinal 2Edit

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Sally Newmarch, Amber Halliday   Australia 6:54.01 FA
2 Magdalena Kemnitz, Ilona Mokronowska   Poland 6:54.49 FA
3 Xu Dongxiang, Li Qian   China 6:55.66 FA
4 Mara Jones, Fiona Milne   Canada 6:56.64 FB
5 Juliane Rasmussen, Johanne Thomsen   Denmark 7:01.98 FB
6 Maria Mas de Xaxars Rivero, Eva Mirones Sola   Spain 7:09.21 FB

Final - 21 AugustEdit

Final CEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Kahori Uchiyama, Akiko Iwamoto   Japan 7:37.46
2 Dailin Taset Aguilar, Ismaray Marrero Aria   Cuba 7:42.20
3 Edit Stift, Monika Remsei   Hungary 7:45.05
4 Gabriela Huerta Trillo, Aline Olvera Clauzier   Mexico 7:48.02
5 Milka Kraljev, Lucia Palermo   Argentina 7:54.32
6 Pham Thi Hien, Eva Mirones Sola   Vietnam 8:14.80

Final BEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Lisa Schlenker, Stacey Borgman   United States 7:23.40
2 Mara Jones, Fiona Milne   Canada 7:26.07
3 Helen Casey, Tracy Langlands   Great Britain 7:29.12
4 Juliane Rasmussen, Johanne Thomsen   Denmark 7:32.58
5 Maria Mas de Xaxars Rivero, Eva Mirones Sola   Spain 7:41.23
6 Maria Sakellaridou, Chrysi Biskitzi   Greece 7:48.42

Final AEdit

Rank Rowers Country Time
  Constanța Burcică, Angela Alupei   Romania 6:56.05
  Daniela Reimer, Claudia Blasberg   Germany 6:57.33
  Kirsten van der Kolk, Marit van Eupen   Netherlands 6:58.54
4 Sally Newmarch, Amber Halliday   Australia 6:59.91
5 Xu Dongxiang, Li Qian   China 7:02.05
6 Magdalena Kemnitz, Ilona Mokronowska   Poland 7:04.48

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Rowing at the 2004 Athens Summer Games: Women's Lightweight Double Sculls". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 27 September 2018.

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