1983 World Rowing Championships

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The 12th World Rowing Championships were held in 1983 at Wedau in Duisburg, Germany.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M1x  West Germany
Peter-Michael Kolbe
6:49.88  East Germany
Uwe Mund
6:51.70  United States
Cristopher Wood
6:54.30
M2x  East Germany
Thomas Lange (b)
Uwe Heppner (s)
6:20.17  Norway
Rolf Thorsen (b)
Alf Hansen (s)
6:23.43  West Germany
Andreas Schmelz (b)
Georg Agrikola (s)
6:23.63
M4x  East Germany
Albert Hedderich (b)
Raimund Hoermann Sr (2)
Dieter Wiedemann (3)
Michael Duersch (s)
5:45.97  West Germany
Karl-Heinz Bussert (b)
Martin Winter (2)
Rüdiger Reiche (3)
Joachim Dreifke (s)
5:47.87  Italy
Piero Poli (b)
Renato Gaeta (2)
Antonio Dell'aquila (3)
Stefano Lari (s)
5:49.79
M2+  East Germany
Thomas Greiner (b)
Ullrich Diessner (s)
Andreas Gregor (c)
6:49.75  Soviet Union
Stasis Narushaitis (b)
Igor Maistrenko (s)
Pet Petrinitch (c)
6:53.23  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale (b)
Giuseppe Abbagnale (s)
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
6:55.45
M2-  East Germany
Carl Ertel (b)
Ulf Sauerbrey (s)
6:35.85  Soviet Union
Viktor Pereverzev (b)
Gennadi Kriutchkin (s)
6:37.92  Norway
Hans Magnus Grepperud (b)
Sverre Løken (s) (s)
6:39.72
M4+  New Zealand
Conrad Robertson (b)
Gregory Johnston (2)
Keith Trask (3)
Les O'Connell (s)
Brett Hollister (c)
6:13.89  East Germany
Dietmar Schiller (b)
Joerg Friedrich (2)
Bernd Niesecke (3)
Bernd Eichwurzel (s)
Klaus-Dieter Ludwig (c)
6:16.29  Soviet Union
Sergei Frolov (b)
Ionas Pinskus (2)
Ionas Narmontas (3)
Vladimir Semin (s)
Vladimir Nizhegorodov (c)
6:16.98
M4-  West Germany
Norbert Kesslau (b)
Volker Grabow (2)
Joerg Puttlitz (3)
Guido Grabow (s)
5:57.02  Soviet Union
Nikolay Pimenov (b)
Aleksander Kulagin (2)
Yuri Pimenov (3)
Dzorzes Tikmers (s)
5:57.39  Sweden
Anders Wilgotson (b)
Hans Svensson (2)
Lars-Åke Lindqvist (3)
Anders Larsson (s)
6:01.54
M8+  New Zealand
Mike Stanley (b)
Andrew Stevenson (2)
David M. Rodger (3)
Roger White-Parsons (4)
Chris White (5)
Barrie Mabbott (6)
George Keys (7)
Nigel Atherfold (s)
Andy Hay (c)
5:34.39  East Germany
Klaus Buettner (b)
Uwe Gasch (2)
Gert Uebeler (3)
Karsten Schmeling (4)
Ralf Brudel (5)
Harald Jaehrling (6)
Juergen Seyfarth (7)
Bernd Hoeing (s)
Hendrik Reiher (c)
5:35.94  Australia
Sam Patten (b)
Bruce Keynes (2)
Ian Edmunds (3)
David Doyle (4)
James Battersby (5)
Tim Willoughby (6)
Ion Popa (7)
John Quigley (s)
Gavin Threadgold (c)
5:38.04
Men's Lightweight Events
LM1x  Denmark
Bjarne Eltang
7:07.35  United Kingdom
John Melvin
7:09.84  West Germany
Gerd Naujoks
7:10.08
LM2x  Italy
Francesco Esposito (b)
Ruggero Verroca (s)
06:25.42  France
Luc Crispon (b)
Thierry Renault (s)
6:30.73   Switzerland
Roland Rosset (b)
Pius Z'rotz (s)
06:31.92
LM4-  Spain
Alberto Molina Castillo (b)
Luis Maria Moreno Perpina (2)
Jose Maria De Marco Perez (3)
Juan Maria Altuna Munoa (s)
6:16.47  United Kingdom
Christopher Bates (b)
Carl Smith (2)
Ian Wilson (3)
Stuart Forbes (s)
6:19.13  Denmark
Richard Biller (b)
Michael Djervig (2)
Vagn Nielsen (3)
Karsten Kobbernagel (s)
6:19.48
LM8+  Spain
Alejandro Moya Gine (b)
Jose Manuel Canete Lopez (2)
Eulogio Genova Emezabel (3)
Carlos Muniesa Ferrero (4)
Jose Crespo Hidalgo (5)
Enrique Briones Perez (6)
Victor Llorente Rodriguez (7)
Benito Elizalde Etxezarreta (s)
Jose Roji Blanco (c)
5:45.05  Australia
Brian Digby (b)
Paul Harvey (2)
Greg Raszyk (3)
Richard Hay (4)
Peter Antonie (5)
Bruce House (6)
Ian Jordan (7)
Stephen Spurling (s)
Graeme Barns (c)
5:46.75  Denmark
Mikael Espersen (b)
Kim Hagsted (2)
Ivar Molgaard (3)
Leif Jacobsen (4)
Søren Hansson (5)
Flemming Jensen (6)
Jan Christensen (7)
Bent Fransson (s)
Henrik Kruse (c)
5:46.86
Women's Events
W1x  East Germany
Jutta Behrendt
3:36.51  Soviet Union
Irina Fetisova
3:37.79  United States
Virginia Gilder
3:39.05
W2x  East Germany
Jutta Schenk-Ploch (b)
Martina Schröter (s)
3:13.44  Soviet Union
Elena Bratishko (b)
Antonina Makhina-Dumtcheva (s)
3:14.28  Romania
Marioara Ciobanu-Popescu (b)
Elisabeta Lipa-Oleniuc (s)
3:15.45
W4x+  Soviet Union
Tatiana Bachkatova (b)
Olga Kaspina (2)
Elene Khloptseva (3)
Larisa Aleksandrova-Popova (s)
Maria Zemskova-Korotkova (c)
3:02.48  East Germany
Kerstin Kirst (b)
Kerstin Foerster-Pieloth (2)
Cornelia Linse (3)
Sylvia Schwabe (s)
Andrea Rost (c)
3:04.51  Bulgaria
Stefka Madina (b)
Teodora Lazarova (2)
Margarita Dobtcheva (3)
Violeta Ninova (s)
Greta Georgieva (c)
3:10.69
W2-  East Germany
Marita Sandi-Gasch (b)
Silvia Froehlich-Arndt (s)
3:26.68  Romania
Rodica Puscatu-Arba (b)
Elena Oprea-Horvath (s)
3:32.13  Canada
Tricia Smith (b)
Elizabeth Craig-Eaton (s)
3:33.52
W4+  East Germany
Claudia Noack (b)
Iris Rudoplh (2)
Sigrid Anders (3)
Carola Miseler (s)
Carolina Richter (c)
3:11.18  Romania
Florica Lavric (b)
Maria Tanase-Fricioiu (2)
Chira Apostol (3)
Olga Homegi-Bularda (s)
Viorica Veres (c)
3:14.11  Soviet Union
Feodossia Kaleinikova (b)
Valentina Semenova (2)
Svetlana Semenova (3)
Angelina Kaolikauskaite (s)
Nina Tcheremisina (c)
3:14.36
W8+  Soviet Union
Sarmite Stone (b)
Lidia Averianova (2)
Ludmila Konopleva (3)
Marina Studneva (4)
Nina Umanets (5)
Elene Tereshina (6)
Natalia Iatsenko (7)
Elena Makushkina (s)
Valentina Khoklova (c)
2:56.22  United States
Kristen Thorsness (b)
Patricia Spratlin (2)
Shyril O'Steen (3)
Carie Graves (4)
Carol Bower (5)
Kristine Norelius (6)
Janet Harville (7)
Harriet Metcalf (s)
Valerie McClain-Ward (c)
2:58.14  East Germany
Susann Heinicke (b)
Viola Kestler (2)
Annekatrin Jage (3)
Karin Metze-Ullbricht (4)
Steffi Goetzelt (5)
Carola Lichey (6)
Sabine Portius (7)
Ramona Hein (s)
Kirsten Strohbach (c)
2:59.06

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation Total
1  East Germany 7 4 1 12
2  Soviet Union 2 4 2 8
3  West Germany 2 1 2 5
4  Spain 2 0 0 2
4  New Zealand 2 0 0 2
6  United Kingdom 1 2 0 3
7  Denmark 1 0 2 3
7  Italy 1 0 2 3
9  Norway 0 1 2 3
10  Australia 0 1 1 2
10  Romania 0 1 1 2
10  United States 0 1 1 2
13  Belgium 0 1 0 1
13  France 0 1 0 1
13  Poland 0 1 0 1
16  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
16  Canada 0 0 1 1
16   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
16  Sweden 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

References[edit]

  1. ^ FISA - The Official World Rowing Database. "1983 World Championships - Duisburg Wedau, Germany" (in English).