2009 European Rowing Championships

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The 2009 European Rowing Championships were held in Brest, Belarus, between September 18 and September 20, 2009. They were the third European Rowing Championships after the decision was made in May 2006 by the FISA to re-establish them.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M1x  Mindaugas Griskonis (LTU) 7:03.05  Ioannis Christou (GRE) 7:06.61  Mario Vekić (CRO) 7:08.64
LM2x  Greece (GRE)
Dimitrios Mougios
Vasileios Polymeros
6:28.21  Italy (ITA)
Lorenzo Bertini
Elia Luini
6:31.45  France (FRA)
Pierre-Etienne Pollez
Maxime Goisset
6:33.86
M2x  Estonia (EST)
Allar Raja
Kaspar Taimsoo
6:28.82   Switzerland (SUI)
Andre Fonarburg
Florian Stofer
6:30.87  Serbia (SRB)
Marko Marjanović
Dušan Bogičević
6:36.85
M2-  Greece (GRE)
Apostolos Gkountoulas
Nikolaos Gkountoulas
6:45.08  Serbia (SRB)
Nikola Stojić
Goran Jagar
6:48.53  France (FRA)
Laurent Cadot
Jean-David Bernard
6:52.34
M4x  Ukraine (UKR)
Hennadiy Zakharchenko
Volodymyr Pavlovskyi
Kostiantyn Zaitsev
Sergii Gryn
5:53.12  Belarus (BLR)
Valery Radzevich
Kiryl Lemiashkevich
Stanislau Shcharbachenia
Dzianis Mihal
5:54.44  Poland (POL)
Arnold Sobczak
Piotr Licznerski
Michał Słoma
Wiktor Chabel
5:55.09
LM4-  France (FRA)
Jean-Christophe Bette
Fabien Tilliet
Franck Solforosi
Fabrice Moreau
6:04.85  Germany (GER)
Matthias Schoemann-Finck
Jost Schoemann-Finck
Jochen Kuehner
Martin Kuehner
6:05.56  Serbia (SRB)
Nemanja Nešić
Miloš Stanojević
Nenad Babović
Miloš Tomić
6:06.88
M4-  Greece (GRE)
Ioannis Tsamis
Stergios Papachristos
Georgios Tziallas
Pavlos Gavriilidis
6:06.84  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Gruber
Jakub Makovička
Milan Bruncvík
Michal Horváth
6:07.45  Spain (ESP)
Pedro Rodriguez Aragon
Pau Vela Maggi
Marcelino Garcia Cortes
Noe Guzman Del Castillo
6:09.74
M8+  Poland (POL)
Patryk Brzeziński
Jarosław Godek
Michał Szpakowski
Krystian Aranowski
Piotr Hojka
Marcin Brzeziński
Wojciech Gutorski
Mikołaj Burda
Daniel Trojanowski
5:43.80  Ukraine (UKR)
Andriy Pryveda
Serhiy Bazylyev
Anton Kholyaznykov
Valentyn Kletskoy
Andrii Iakymchuk
Dmytro Prokopenko
Andriy Shpak
Sergiy Chykanov
Oleksandr Konovaliuk
5:45.66  France (FRA)
Julien Desprès
Adrien Hardy
Pierre-Jean Peltier
Jean-Baptiste Macquet
Germain Chardin
Benjamin Rondeau
Sebastien Lente
Dorian Mortelette
Benjamin Manceau
5:47.50

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W1x  Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) 7:40.02  Mirka Knapková (CZE) 7:43.79  Julia Levina (RUS) 7:51.15
LW2x  Greece (GRE)
Christina Giazitzidou
Alexandra Tsiavou
7:15.26  Poland (POL)
Magdalena Kemnitz
Agnieszka Renc
7:19.69  Austria (AUT)
Stefanie Borzacchini
Michaela Taupe-Traer
7:23.84
W2x  Italy (ITA)
Laura Chiavone
Gabriella Bascelli
7:07.96  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jitka Antošová
Lenka Antošová
7:08.52  Poland (POL)
Agata Gramatyka
Natalia Madaj
7:13.42
W2-  Romania (ROU)
Camelia Lupascu
Nicoleta Albu
7:27.28  Russia (RUS)
Mayya Zhuchkova
Alevtina Podvyazkina
7:30.84  Croatia (CRO)
Sonja Kešerac
Maja Anić
7:38.03
W4x  Ukraine (UKR)
Svitlana Spiryukhova
Tetiana Kolesnikova
Anastasiia Kozhenkova
Yana Dementieva
6:30.90  Italy (ITA)
Erika Bello
Gabriella Bascelli
Laura Chiavone
Elisabetta Sancassani
6:38.87  Romania (ROU)
Anca Luchian
Irina Dorneanu
Andreea Boghian
Cristina Grigoras
6:44.14
W8+  Romania (ROU)
Roxana Cogianu
Ionelia Neacsu
Maria Diana Bursuc
Ioana Craciun
Adelina Cojocariu
Cristina Ilie
Camelia Lupascu
Enikő Barabás
Teodora Stoica
6:21.52  Belarus (BLR)
Nadzeya Belskaya
Natallia Koshal
Natallia Haurylenka
Volha Plashkova
Nina Bondarava
Hanna Nakhayeva
Volha Shcharbachenia-Zhylskaya
Zinaida Kliuchiynskaya
Yaraslava Paulovich
6:26.02  Ukraine (UKR)
Tetiana Dudyk
Ganna Kutsenko
Nataliia Huba
Olena Buryak
Anna Kravchenko
Svitlana Novichenko
Olha Hurkovska
Kateryna Tarasenko
Anna Gaidukova
6:32.58

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Greece 4 1 o 5
2  Ukraine 2 1 1 4
3  Romania 2 0 1 3
4  Italy 1 2 0 3
 Belarus 1 2 0 3
6  Poland 1 1 2 4
7  France 1 0 3 4
8  Lithuania 1 0 0 1
 Estonia 1 0 0 1
10  Czech Republic 0 3 0 3
11  Serbia 0 1 2 3
12  Russia 0 1 1 2
13   Switzerland 0 1 0 1
 Germany 0 1 0 1
15  Croatia 0 0 2 2
16  Spain 0 0 1 1
 Austria 0 0 1 1
TOTAL 14 14 14 42

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Rowing Championships's history

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