2014 European Rowing Championships

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The 2014 European Rowing Championships was held in Belgrade, Serbia, between 30 May and 1 June 2014.

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
LM1x[1]  Pedro Fraga (POR) 6:51.72  Marcello Miani (ITA) 6:54.42  Michael Schmid (SUI) 6:56.44
M1x[2]  Ondřej Synek (CZE) 6:54.95  Marcel Hacker (GER) 6:56.12  Mindaugas Griškonis (LTU) 7:00.33
LM2x[3]  France (FRA)
Stany Delayre
Jérémie Azou
6:11.80  Germany (GER)
Konstantin Steinhübel
Lars Hartig
6:13.22  Norway (NOR)
Kristoffer Brun
Are Strandli
6:13.28
LM2−[4]  Switzerland (SUI)
Simon Niepmann
Lucas Tramer
6:29.57  Great Britain (GBR)
Sam Scrimgeour
Jonathan Clegg
6:30.32  Netherlands (NED)
Tim Weerkamp
Ivo de Graaf
6:30.49
M2x[5]  Lithuania (LTU)
Rolandas Maščinskas
Saulius Ritter
6:08.82  Azerbaijan (AZE)
Aleksandar Aleksandrov
Boris Yotov
6:09.36  Germany (GER)
Hans Gruhne
Stephan Krüger
6:10.09
M2−[6]  Serbia (SRB)
Veselin Savić
Dušan Bogičević
6:21.75  Netherlands (NED)
Rogier Blink
Mitchel Steenman
6:21.99  Germany (GER)
Bastian Bechler
Anton Braun
6:24.71
LM4−[7]  Denmark (DEN)
Kasper Winther Jørgensen
Jacob Larsen
Jacob Barsøe
Morten Jørgensen
6:08.81  Great Britain (GBR)
Mark Aldred
Peter Chambers
Richard Chambers
Chris Bartley
6:10.97  France (FRA)
Augustin Mouterde
Thomas Baroukh
Franck Solforosi
Guillaume Raineau
6:12.81
M4x[8]  Ukraine (UKR)
Dmytro Mikhay
Artem Morozov
Olexandr Nadtoka
Ivan Dovgodko
5:41.92  Great Britain (GBR)
Graeme Thomas
Sam Townsend
Charles Cousins
Peter Lambert
5:42.19  Germany (GER)
Karl Schulze
Kai Fuhrmann
Philipp Wende
Tim Grohmann
5:42.83
M4−[9]  Great Britain (GBR)
Alex Gregory
Mohamed Sbihi
George Nash
Andrew Triggs Hodge
5:46.86  Greece (GRE)
Ioannis Tsilis
Dionysios Angelopoulos
Georgios Tziallas
Ioannis Christou
5:51.02  Italy (ITA)
Cesare Gabbia
Paolo Perino
Giovanni Abagnale
Giuseppe Vicino
5:51.72
M8+[10]  Germany (GER)
Max Planer
Felix Wimberger
Andreas Kuffner
Eric Johannesen
Richard Schmidt
Malte Jakschik
Maximilian Reinelt
Felix Drahotta
Martin Sauer
5:33.95  Russia (RUS)
Anton Zarutskiy
Dmitry Kuznetsov
Artem Kosov
Georgij Efremenko
Ivan Balandin
Nikita Morgachev
Ivan Podshivalov
Alexander Kulesh
Pavel Safonkin
5:34.99  Great Britain (GBR)
Scott Durant
Oliver Cook
Philip Congdon
Matthew Gotrel
Pete Reed
William Satch
Matthew Tarrant
James Foad
Phelan Hill
5:35.56

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
LW1x[11]  Aikaterini Nikolaidou (GRE) 7:33.12  Marie-Anne Frenken (NED) 7:34.95  Leonie Pless (GER) 7:35.86
W1x[12]  Miroslava Knapková (CZE) 7:42.74  Chantal Achterberg (NED) 7:43.02  Sanita Pušpure (IRL) 7:43.04
LW2x[13]  Italy (ITA)
Laura Milani
Elisabetta Sancassani
6:54.85  Germany (GER)
Lena Müller
Anja Noske
6:55.56  Great Britain (GBR)
Imogen Walsh
Katherine Copeland
6:55.77
W2x[14]  Poland (POL)
Magdalena Fularczyk
Natalia Madaj
6:52.15  Lithuania (LTU)
Donata Vištartaitė
Milda Valčiukaitė
6:52.59  Netherlands (NED)
Nicole Beukers
Inge Janssen
6:56.60
W2−[15]  Great Britain (GBR)
Helen Glover
Polly Swann
7:03.62  Romania (ROU)
Cristina Grigoras
Laura Oprea
7:08.52  Netherlands (NED)
Aletta Jorritsma
Heleen Boers
7:10.56
W4x[16]  Belarus (BLR)
Ekaterina Karsten
Tatsiana Kukhta
Yuliya Bichyk
Katsiaryna Shliupskaya
6:14.64  Germany (GER)
Marie-Catherine Arnold
Julia Lier
Julia Richter
Mareike Adams
6:15.38  Poland (POL)
Agnieszka Kobus
Maria Springwald
Joanna Dittmann
Monika Ciaciuch
6:17.81
W8+[17]  Romania (ROU)
Roxana Cogianu
Nicoleta Albu
Cristina Ilie
Irina Dorneanu
Mihaela Petrila
Ioana Craciun
Adelina Cojocariu
Andreea Boghian
Daniela Druncea
6:16.64  Great Britain (GBR)
Rosamund Bradbury
Olivia Carnegie-Brown
Catherine Greves
Donna Etiebet
Jessica Eddie
Zoe Lee
Caragh McMurtry
Louisa Reeve
Zoe de Toledo
6:18.32  Germany (GER)
Julia Lepke
Anne Becker
Michaela Schmidt
Alexandra Höffgen
Charlotte Reinhardt
Katrin Reinert
Kerstin Hartmann
Kathrin Marchand
Kathrin Schwensen
6:19.97

Medal table[edit]

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Great Britain 2 4 2 8
2  Czech Republic 2 0 0 2
3  Germany 1 4 5 10
4  Italy 1 1 1 3
 Lithuania 1 1 1 3
6  Greece 1 1 0 2
 Romania 1 1 0 2
8  France 1 0 1 2
 Poland 1 0 1 2
 Switzerland 1 0 1 2
11  Belarus 1 0 0 1
 Denmark 1 0 0 1
 Portugal 1 0 0 1
 Serbia 1 0 0 1
 Ukraine 1 0 0 1
16  Netherlands 0 3 3 6
17  Azerbaijan 0 1 0 1
 Russia 0 1 0 1
19  Ireland 0 0 1 1
 Norway 0 0 1 1
Total 17 17 17 51

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