2011 European Rowing Championships

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The 2011 European Rowing Championships were the fifth edition of the European Rowing Championships, since they were reinstated by decision of FISA in 2006.[1] The event was held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, between 16 and 18 September 2011. A total of 389 rowers (254 men and 135 women), representing 28 national federations, took part in 14 events – eight events less than those contested in the previous edition.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M2−  Greece (GRE)
Nikolaos Gkountoulas
Apostolos Gkountoulas
6:31.63  Italy (ITA)
Niccolò Mornati
Lorenzo Carboncini
6:34.26  Serbia (SRB)
Jovan Popović
Nikola Stojić
6:43.97
M2x  Lithuania (LTU)
Saulius Ritter
Rolandas Maščinskas
6:23.05  Serbia (SRB)
Marko Marjanović
Dušan Bogičević
6:24.90  Russia (RUS)
Artem Kosov
Dmitry Khmylnin
6:25.87
M4−  Greece (GRE)
Stergios Papachristos
Ioannis Tsilis
Georgios Tziallas
Ioannis Christou
5:58.12  Belarus (BLR)
Vadzim Lialin
Dzianis Mihal
Stanislau Shcharbachenia
Aliaksand Kazubouski
6:01.45  Italy (ITA)
Mario Paonessa
Francesco Fossi
Luca Agamennoni
Andrea Palmisano
6:06.10
M1x  Mindaugas Griškonis (LTU) 7:02.74  Falko Nolte (GER) 7:04.99  Mario Vekić (CRO) 7:08.17
LM2x  Italy (ITA)
Lorenzo Bertini
Elia Luini
6:28.83  Greece (GRE)
Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
6:31.84  Portugal (POR)
Pedro Fraga
Nuno Mendes
6:34.08
LM4−  Italy (ITA)
Daniele Danesin
Andrea Caianiello
Marcello Miani
Martino Goretti
6:02.68  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Vetesnik
Ondrej Vetesnik
Jiri Kopac
Miroslav Vrastil Jr
6:05.63  Serbia (SRB)
Nemanja Nešić
Miloš Stanojević
Nenad Babović
Miloš Tomić
6:08.77
M4x  Russia (RUS)
Nikita Morgachev
Alexey Svirin
Igor Salov
Sergey Fedorovtsev
5:45.17  Estonia (EST)
Andrei Jaemsae
Allar Raja
Tonu Endrekson
Kaspar Taimsoo
5:47.07  Poland (POL)
Konrad Wasielewski
Wiktor Chabel
Kamil Zajkowski
Piotr Licznerski
5:51.00
M8+  Poland (POL)
Marcin Brzezinski
Rafal Hejmej
Dariusz Radosz
Piotr Hojka
Mikolaj Burda
Piotr Juszcazk
Krystian Aranowski
Michal Szpakowski
Daniel Trojanowski
5:37.38  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jiri Srna
Kornel Altman
David Szabo
Jan Pilc
Jakub Podrazil
Jakub Koloc
Petr Melichar
Matyas Klang
Martin Suma
5:39.38  Ukraine (UKR)
Anton Kholyaznykov
Viktor Grebennykov
Ivan Tymko
Artem Moroz
Andriy Pryveda
Valentyn Kletskoy
Oleg Lykov
Sergiy Chykanov
Oleksandr Konovaliuk
5:39.63

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W2−  Romania (ROU)
Camelia Lupascu
Nicoleta Albu
7:29.22  Belarus (BLR)
Yuliya Bichyk
Natallia Helakh
7:31.50  Italy (ITA)
Claudia Wurzel
Sara Bertolasi
7:37.79
W2x  Ukraine (UKR)
Anastasiia Kozhenkova
Yana Dementieva
7:06.17  Serbia (SRB)
Iva Obradović
Ivana Filipović
7:08.27  Czech Republic (CZE)
Lenka Antosova
Jitka Antosova
7:11.31
W1x  Mirka Knapkova (CZE) 7:52.03  Julia Levina (RUS) 7:58.37  Donata Vištartaitė (LTU) 8:02.46
LW2x  Greece (GRE)
Christina Giazitzidou
Alexandra Tsiavou
7:15.50  Great Britain (GBR)
Kathryn Twyman
Andrea Dennis
7:20.26  Italy (ITA)
Laura Milani
Enrica Marasca
7:24.88
W4x  Ukraine (UKR)
Svitlana Spiryukhova
Nataliia Huba
Tetiana Kolesnikova
Kateryna Tarasenko
6:32.75  Poland (POL)
Agnieszka Kobus
Karolina Gniadek
Sylwia Lewandowska
Natalia Madaj
6:35.30  Romania (ROU)
Cristina Ilie
Ioana Craciun
Camelia Lupascu
Nicoleta Albu
6:41.61
W8+  Romania (ROU)
Maria Diana Bursuc
Ionelia Zaharia
Cristina Grigoraş
Irina Dorneanu
Adelina Cojocariu
Andreea Boghian
Roxana Cogianu
Eniko Mironcic
Teodora Gidoiu
6:14.98  Belarus (BLR)
Katsiaryna Shliupskaya
Marharyta Krechka
Volha Berazniova
Natallia Helakh
Hanna Nakhayeva
Tatsiana Kukhta
Yuliya Bichyk
Anastasiya Fadzeyenka
Yaroslava Pavlovich
6:20.52  Ukraine (UKR)
Oksana Golub
Ganna Gutsalenko
Olha Hurkovska
Nina Proskura
Olena Buryak
Svitlana Novichenko
Liubov Stashko
Anna Kontseva
Anna Gaidukova
6:23.82

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Greece (GRE) 3 1 0 4
2  Italy (ITA) 2 1 3 6
3  Ukraine (UKR) 2 0 2 4
4  Lithuania (LTU) 2 0 1 3
 Romania (ROU) 2 0 1 3
6  Czech Republic (CZE) 1 2 1 4
7  Poland (POL) 1 1 1 3
 Russia (RUS) 1 1 1 3
9  Belarus (BLR) 0 3 0 3
10  Serbia (SRB) 0 2 2 4
11  Estonia (EST) 0 1 0 1
 Germany (GER) 0 1 0 1
 Great Britain (GBR) 0 1 0 1
14  Croatia (CRO) 0 0 1 1
 Portugal (POR) 0 0 1 1
Total 14 14 14 42

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Rowing Championships's history
  2. ^ "Entries by event" (PDF). 2011 European Rowing Championships. FISA. 15 September 2011. Retrieved 18 September 2011. 

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