1989 World Rowing Championships

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The 18th World Rowing Championships were held between September 2 and September 10, 1989 at Lake Bled in SR Slovenia, Yugoslavia.

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M1x  East Germany
Thomas Lange
6:58.14  Czechoslovakia
Václav Chalupa
7:01.05  Soviet Union
Jüri Jaanson
7:01.31
M2x  Norway
Rolf Thorsen
Lars Bjønness
6:23.40  Netherlands
Ronald Florijn
Nico Rienks
6:24.68  Austria
Christoph Zerbst
Arnold Jonke
6:25.80
M4x  Netherlands
Hans Kelderman
Koos Maasdijk
Herman van den Eerenbeemt
Ruger Arisz
6:03.99  Italy
Gianluca Farina
Filippo Soffici
Davide Tizzano
Giovanni Calabrese
6:04.26  Sweden
Per-Olof Claeson
David Svensson
Tommy Oesterlund
Fredrik Hulten
6:05.66
M2+  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale
Giuseppe Abbagnale
Giuseppe Di Capua
6:54.81  Romania
Dragos Neagu
Ioan Snep
Marin Gheorghe
6:56.90  Yugoslavia
Milan Janša
Robert Krasovec
Gorazd Slilvnik
6:57.97
M2-  East Germany
Thomas Jung
Uwe Kellner
6:39.95  Great Britain
Simon Berrisford
Steve Redgrave
6:42.84  Austria
Karl Sinziger Sr
Herman Bauer
6:43.40
M4+  Romania
Vasile Năstase
Dimitrie Popescu
Valentin Robu
Vasile Tomoiagă
Marin Gheorghe
6:14.90  Czechoslovakia
Michal Šubrt
Pavel Menšík
Dusan Vicik
Dušan Macháček
Jiří Pták
6:17.37  Great Britain
Steve Turner
Matthew Pinsent
Gavin Stewart
Terence Dillon
Thomas Vaughan
6:17.57
M4-  East Germany
Jens Luedecke
Thomas Greiner
Ralf Brudel
Olaf Förster
6:06.94  United States
Raul Rodriguez
Jack Rusher[1]
Thomas Bohrer
Richard Kennelly
6:07.92  New Zealand
Bill Coventry
Ian Wright
Alistair MacIntosh
Campbell Clayton-Greene
6:08.63
M8+  West Germany
Jörg Puttlitz
Norbert Kesslau
Martin Steffes-Mies
Dirk Balster
Frank Dietrich
Marc Mauerwerk
Ansgar Wessling
Roland Baar
Manfred Klein
5:43.88  East Germany
Stefan Schulz
Mario Gruessel
Roland Schröder
Thomas Woddow
Mario Kliesch
Holger Rose
Thomas Baensch
Hans Sennewald
Peter Thiede
5:45.70  Great Britain
Tim Foster
Matthew Brittin
Jim Walker
Anton Obholzer
Jonny Singfield
Richard Phelps
Jonathan Searle
Jonathan Hulls
Adrian Ellison
5:47.01
LM1x  Netherlands
Frans Göbel
7:17.07  Belgium
Wim Van Belleghem
7:20.03  West Germany
Alwin Otten
7:21.80
LM2x  Austria
Christoph Schmoelzer
Walter Rantasa
7:03.33  Spain
Jose Maria De Marco Perez
Fernando Climet Huerta
7:03.53  Czechoslovakia
Petr Kovac
Tibor Groeppel
7:04.68
LM4x  West Germany
Peter Uhrig
Jan Fischer
Bjoern Gehlsen
Thomas Melges
6:04.78   Switzerland
Reto Fierz
Philipp Ferlber
Cirillo Ghielmetti
Markus Gier
6:07.24  France
Bruno Boucher
Bruno Lebeda
Rolland Galliac
Thierry Renault
6:07.50
LM4-  West Germany
Klaus Altena
Stephan Fahrig
Michael Buchheit
Bernhard Stomporowski
6:28.70  Italy
Nerio Gainotti
Alfredo Striani
Dario Longhin
Mauro Torta
6:32.36  Great Britain
Nicholas Strange
Nicholas Howe
Rob Williams
Stuart Forbes
6:34.35
LM8+  Italy
Enrico Barbaranelli
Roberto Romanini
Franco Falossi
Danilo Fraquelli
Vittorio Torcellan
Carlo Gaddi
Andrea Re
Fabrizio Ravasi
Giuseppe Lamberti
5:47.95  Denmark
Bo Vestergaard
Sven Blitskov
Jens Lindhardt
Lars Rasmussen
Flemming Meyer
Michael Soeresen
Vagn Nielsen
Niels Henriksen
Stephen Masters
5:49.38  West Germany
Alexander Trautmann
Felix Prinz
Detlef Glitsch
Ingo Grevenmeyer
Udo Hennig
Sebastian Franke
Thomas Palm
Erik Ring
Joerg Dederding
5:51.15
Women's Events
W1x  Romania
Elisabeta Lipă
7:27.96  East Germany
Birgit Peter
7:31.47  Hungary
Katalin Sarlos
7:34.15
W2x  East Germany
Jana Sorgers-Rau
Beate Schramm
7:01.71  Romania
Veronica Cochela-Cogeanu
Elisabeta Lipă
7:07.32  Bulgaria
Pavlina Alexandrova
Magdalena Georgieva
7:11.55
W4x  East Germany
Kathrin Boron
Sybille Schmidt
Jutta Hampe
Jana Thieme
6:16.62  Soviet Union
Natalia Kvasja
Maria Omeljanovitch
Svitlana Mazii
Irina Kalimbet
6:22.39  Bulgaria
Pavlina Alexandrova
Magdalena Georgieva
Galina Yahorova
Krasmira Dobreva Tosheva
6:23.63
W2-  East Germany
Kathrin Haacker
Judith Zeidler
7:26.97  Romania
Doina Snep-Balan
Marioara Curelea
7:30.70  West Germany
Stefani Werremeier
Ingeburg Schwerzmann
7:31.13
W4-  East Germany
Christiane Harzendorf
Ina Justh
Annegret Strauch
Ute Wild
6:45.81  China
Mianying Cao
Yadong Hu
Xirong Liu
Shouying Zhou
6:48.45  Romania
Adriana Bazon
Mihaela Armăşescu
Livia Leonte
Veronica Necula
6:50.58
W8+  Romania
Anisoara Balan-Dobre
Marioara Curelea
Anca Tanase
Georgeta Soare
Adriana Chelariu
Veronica Necula
Livia Leonte
Mihaela Armăşescu
Ecaterina Oancia
6:07.92  West Germany
Liane Justh
Ute Wild
Ina Grapenthin
Anette Hohn
Anja Kluge
Katrin Schröder
Ramona Balthasar
Martina Walther
Daniela Neunast
6:08.19  China








6:11.84
LW1x  United States
Kristine Karlson
8:01.12  Belgium
Rita Defauw
8:03.14  Netherlands
Laurien Vermulst
8:04.78
LW2x  United States
Carey Sands-Marden
Kristine Karlson
7:11.04  New Zealand
Phillipa Baker-Hogan
Linda De Jong
7:13.70  West Germany
Christiane Weber
Alrun Urbach
7:14.94
LW4-  China
Sanmei Liang
Meilan Zeng
Huajie Zhang
Zhi-ai Lin
7:01.70  Great Britain
Sue Key
Rachel Hirst
Joanna Toch
Katharine Brownlow
7:04.88  West Germany
Karin Zobeley
Cornelia Cichy
Ute Zobeley
Claudia Engels
7:06.12

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation 1st 2nd 3rd Total
1  East Germany 7 2 0 9
2  Romania 3 3 1 7
3  West Germany 3 1 5 9
4  Italy 2 2 0 4
5  Netherlands 2 1 1 4
6  United States 2 1 0 3
7  China 1 1 1 3
8  Austria 1 0 2 3
9  Norway 1 0 0 1
10  United Kingdom 0 2 3 5
11  Czechoslovakia 0 2 1 3
12  Belgium 0 2 0 2
13  New Zealand 0 1 1 2
 Soviet Union 0 1 1 2
15  Spain 0 1 0 1
 Denmark 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
18  Bulgaria 0 0 2 2
19  France 0 0 1 1
 Hungary 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

References[edit]

  1. ^ Diane Pucin (3 September 1989). "Penn Ac Four Is Best Hope For U. S. In Yugoslavia". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 31 August 2013.