2007 European Rowing Championships

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The 2007 European Rowing Championships were held at the Lake Malta in Poznań, Poland, between September 21 and September 23, 2007. These were the first after the decision made in May 2006 by FISA to re-establish the European Rowing Championships.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M1x  Ralph Kreibich (AUT) 7:08.35  Mindaugas Griskonis (LTU) 7:09.68  Aleksandar Aleksandrov (BUL) 7:10.94
M2x  Greece (GRE)
Ioannis Tsamis
Ioannis Christou
6:28.78  Croatia (CRO)
Mario Vekić
Hrvoje Jurina
6:30.25  Germany (GER)
Eric Knittel
Tim Bartels
6:30.70
M2-  Serbia (SRB)
Goran Jagar
Nikola Stojić
6:44.30  Poland (POL)
Piotr Hojka
Jarosław Godek
6:46.35  Italy (ITA)
Giuseppe De Vita
Andrea Palmisano
6:46.66
LM2x  Hungary (HUN)
Zsolt Hirling
Tamás Varga
6:36.99  Greece (GRE)
Dimitrios Mougios
Vasileios Polymeros
6:39.26  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Vetešník
Ondřej Vetešník
6:45.75
M4x  Russia (RUS)
Nikita Morgachev
Alekseij Svirin
Alexander Kornilov
Nikael Bikau-Mfantse
5:56.06  Italy (ITA)
Luca Ghezzi
Federico Gattinoni
Simone Venier
Simone Raineri
5:58.38  Belarus (BLR)
Valery Radzevich
Dzianis Mihal
Stanislau Shcharbachenia
Andrei Pliashkou
6:01.79
M4-  Czech Republic (CZE)
Michal Horváth
Jan Gruber
Milan Bruncvík
Karel Neffe, Jr.
6:10.38  Germany (GER)
Fokke Beckmann
Richard Schmidt
Sebastian Schmidt
Kristof Wilke
6:12.48  Greece (GRE)
Georgios Tsiompanidis
Joannis Tsilis
Georgios Tziallas
Pavlos Gavriilidis
6:13.50
LM4-  Italy (ITA)
Jiří Vlček
Catello Amarante
Salvatore Amitrano
Bruno Mascarenhas
6:17.84  Serbia (SRB)
Veljko Urošević
Nenad Babović
Goran Nedeljković
Miloš Tomić
6:20.49  Russia (RUS)
Ilya Ashchin
Aleksander Savkin
Alexander Zyuzin
Sergey Bukreev
6:23.01
M8+  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jakub Zof
Jakub Friedberger
Václav Chalupa, Jr.
Jakub Makovička
Jan Schindler
Milan Doleček
Jakub Hanák
Ondřej Synek
Oldřich Hejdušek
5:44.80  Poland (POL)
Michał Stawowski
Bogdan Zalewski
Sławomir Kruszkowski
Sebastian Kosiorek
Mikołaj Burda
Wojciech Gutorski
Piotr Buchalski
Rafał Hejmej
Daniel Trojanowski
5:47.93  Belarus (BLR)
Andrei Tatarchuk
Dzianis Yakubau
Aleh Maskaliou
Andrei Dzemyanenka
Yauheni Nosau
Aliaksandr Dzernavy
Vadzim Lialin
Aliaksandr Kazubouski
Piotr Piatrynich
5:48.83

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W1x  Rumyana Neykova (BUL) 7:36.23  Mirka Knapková (CZE) 7:39.46  Frida Svensson (SWE) 7:49.29
W2x  Czech Republic (CZE)
Gabriela Vařeková
Jitka Antošová
7:12.99  Finland (FIN)
Sanna Stén
Minna Nieminen
7:14.68  Belarus (BLR)
Hanna Nakhayeva
Volha Berazniova
7:17.58
W2-  Germany (GER)
Lenka Wech
Maren Derlien
7:18.00  Russia (RUS)
Vera Pochitaeva
Alevtina Podvyazkina
7:30.90  Romania (ROM)
Adelina Cojocariu
Nicoleta Albu
7:34.60
LW2x  Greece (GRE)
Chrysi Biskitzi
Alexandra Tsiavou
7:21.03  Poland (POL)
Magdalena Kemnitz
Ilona Mokronowska
7:23.51  Italy (ITA)
Erika Bello
Laura Milani
7:26.57
W4x  Ukraine (UKR)
Svitlana Spiryukhova
Nataliia Huba
Olena Olefirenko
Tetiana Kolesnikova
6:42.34  Romania (ROM)
Ionelia Neacşu
Enikő Barabás
Camelia Lupascu
Roxana Cogianu
6:47.50  Germany (GER)
Sophie Dunsing
Julia Richter
Judith Aldinger
Lena Moebus
6:47.64
W8+  Romania (ROU)
Rodica Şerban-Florea
Viorica Susanu
Simona Muşat-Strimbeschi
Ana Maria Apachiţei
Aurica Bărăscu
Ioana Papuc
Georgeta Damian-Andrunache
Doina Ignat
Elena Georgescu-Nedelc
6:23.24  Germany (GER)
Josephine Wartenberg
Marlene Sinnig
Sonja Ziegler
Katrin Reinert
Kerstin Naumann
Nadine Schmutzler
Nina Wengert
Silke Günther
Annina Ruppel
6:27.87  Great Britain (GBR)
Jo Cook
Lindsey Maguire
Alice Freeman
Rebecca Rowe
Vicki Etiebet
Lauren Fisher
Anna McNuff
Vicky Myers
Rebecca Dowbiggin
6:32.58

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Czech Republic 3 1 1 5
2  Greece 2 1 1 4
3  Germany 1 2 2 5
4  Italy 1 1 2 4
5  Romania 1 1 1 3
 Russia 1 1 1 3
7  Serbia 1 1 0 2
8  Bulgaria 1 0 1 2
9  Austria 1 0 0 1
 Hungary 1 0 0 1
 Ukraine 1 0 0 1
12  Poland 0 3 0 3
13  Croatia 0 1 0 1
 Finland 0 1 0 1
 Lithuania 0 1 0 1
16  Belarus 0 0 3 3
17  Great Britain 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 14 14 14 42

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