2000 World Rowing Championships

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The 23rd World Rowing Championships were held between August 1 and August 6, 2000 in conjunction with the World Junior Rowing Championships in Zagreb, Croatia.

Since 2000 is an Olympic year for rowing, the World Championships did not include Olympic events scheduled for the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M4+  United Kingdom
Rick Dunn (b)
Toby Garbett (2)
Graham Smith (3)
Steve Williams (s)
Alistair Potts (c)
6:16.81  United States
Ben Holbrook (b)
James Neil (2)
Garrett Klugh (3)
Ryan Torgerson (s)
Jeffrey Lindy (c)
6:18.53  Germany
Lars Erdmann (b)
Wolfram Huhn (2)
Lars Krisch (3)
Andreas Werner (s)
Joerg Dederding (c)
6:21.57
M2+  United States
Matthew Guerrieri (b)
Kurt Borcherding (s)
Nicholas Anderson (c)
7:07.15  Romania
Daniel Mastacan (b)
Nicolaie Taga (s)
Marin Gheorghe (c)
7:10.11  France
Vincent Maliszewski (b)
Bernard Roche (s)
Anthony Cornet (c)
7:10.66
LM1x  Czech Republic
Michal Vabrousek
7:21.32  Ireland
Sam Lynch
7:22.02  Slovakia
Lubos Podstupka
7:27.94
LM4x  Japan
Hitoshi Hase (b)
Takehiro Kubo (2)
Kazuaki Mimoto (3)
Daisaku Takeda (s)
6:06.43  Italy
Simone Forlani (b)
Daniele Gilardoni (2)
Franco Sancassani (3)
Mauro Baccelli (s)
6:08.84  Spain
Juan Luis Aguirre Barco (b)
Ruben Alvarez Hoyos (2)
Alberto DOminguez Lorenzo (3)
Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans (s)
6:09.34
LM2-  Canada
Ben Storey (b)
Edward Winchester (s)
6:49.55  United Kingdom
Peter Haining (b)
Nick Strange (s)
6:50.18  Denmark
Morten Hansen Skov (b)
Jesper Krogh (s)
6:50.26
LM8+  United States
Erik Miller (b)
David Mack (2)
John Cashman (3)
Gabe Winkler (4)
William Fedyna (5)
Martin Schwartz (6)
Angus Maclaurin (7)
Steve Warner (s)
Joshua Fien-Helfman (c)
5:55.04  United Kingdom
Phil Baker (b)
Matt Beechey (2)
James Brown (3)
Ned Kittoe (4)
Stephen Lee (5)
James McGarva (6)
Jim McNiven (7)
Tim Middleton (s)
Christian Cormack (c)
5:58.06  Australia
Andrew Black (b)
Shane Broad (2)
Andrew Butler (3)
Benjamin Ben Cureton (4)
Glen Loftus (5)
Karl Parker (6)
Matt Russel (7)
Michael Wiseman (s)
Kenneth Chan (c)
5:59.70
Women's Events
W4-  Belarus
Iryna Bazyleuskaya (b)
Natallia Helakh (2)
Olga Tratsevskaya (3)
Marina Znak (s)
6:44.90  Poland
Aneta Belka (b)
Honorata Motylewska (2)
Iwona Tybinkowska (3)
Iwona Zygmunt (s)
6:47.16  Romania
Mariorara Ciobanu-Popescu (b)
Crina Serediuc (2)
Doina Spircu-Craciun (3)
Aurica Barascu-Chirita (s)
6:49.90
LW1x  Finland
Laila Finska-Bezerra
8:13.50  Germany
Angelika Brand
8:20.53  Ireland
Sinead Jennings
8:24.30
LW2-  United Kingdom
Malindi Myers (b)
Miriam Taylor (s)
7:32.93  United States
Stacey Borgman (b)
Catherine Humblet (s)
7:35.80  Germany
Janet Raduenzel (b)
Gunda Reimers (s)
7:49.94
LW4x  Germany
Maja Darmstadt (b)
Michelle Darvill (2)
Anna Kleinz (3)
Karin Stephan (s)
6:54.16  Australia
Eliza Blair (b)
Sally Causby (2)
Amber Halliday (3)
Catriona Roach (s)
6:56.78  China
Meiyun Tan (b)
Yanni Wang (2)
Yue Sun (3)
Xiujuan Song (s)
6:58.21

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation Gold medal icon.svg Silver medal icon.svg Bronze medal icon.svg Total
1  United States 2 2 0 4
 United Kingdom 2 2 0 4
3  Germany 1 1 2 4
4  Japan 1 0 0 1
 Canada 1 0 0 1
 Finland 1 0 0 1
 Czech Republic 1 0 0 1
 Belarus 1 0 0 1
9  Australia 0 1 1 2
 Ireland 0 1 1 2
 Romania 0 1 1 2
12  Italy 0 1 0 1
 Poland 0 1 0 1
14  France 0 0 1 1
 China 0 0 1 1
 Spain 0 0 1 1
 Slovakia 0 0 1 1
 Denmark 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30