1962 World Rowing Championships

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1962 World Rowing Championships
Venue Rotsee
Location Lucerne, Switzerland
1966 →

The 1st World Rowing Championships were held in 1962 at Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland.[1][2]

The Fédération Internationale des Sociétés d'Aviron (FISA) did not recognise East Germany, and so only one German crew was permitted per event. Selection trials between East and West German crews were held the day before the championships, with West German crews winning in all categories.

Medal summary[edit]

Medalists at the 1962 World Rowing Championships:[1][2]

Men's events[edit]

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Country & rowers Time Country & rowers Time Country & rowers Time
M1x [3]  Soviet Union
Vyacheslav Ivanov
7:07.09  Great Britain
Stuart MacKenzie
7:10.67  United States
Seymour Cromwell
7:11.88
M2x [4]  France
René Duhamel (fr; de)
Bernard Monnereau (fr; de)
6:33.90  Soviet Union
Boris Dubrowski
Oleg Tjurin
6:34.74  Germany
Jost Krause-Wichmann
Josef Steffes-Mies (de)
6:34.92
M2- [5]  Germany
Dieter Bender (de)
Günther Zumkeller
6:54.62  Soviet Union
Valentin Boreyko
Oleg Golovanov
6:58.19   Switzerland
Hugo Waser
Adolf Waser (de)
7:05.59
M2+ [6]  Germany
Wolfgang Neuss
Klaus-Günther Jordan (de)
Frank Steinhäuser
7:19.10  Romania
Ion Petrov
Carol Veres
Oprea Păunescu [7]
7:22.60  Soviet Union
Wladimir Smirnow
Waleri Polkowski
Igor Rudakow
7:24.17
M4- [8]  Germany
Gerd Wolter (de)
Dagobert Tometschek
Peter Paustain
Christian Prey
6:19.24  France
André Fevret [9]
Roger Chatelain [10]
Philippe Malivoire [11]
Jean-Pierre Drivet [12]
 Austria
Dieter Losert (de)
Dieter Ebner (de)
Horst Kuttelwascher [13]
Helmut Kuttelwascher [14]
M4+ [15]  Germany
Bernd-Jürgen Marschner
Peter Neusel
Bernhard Britting
Manfred Ross (de)
Jürgen Oelke
6:29.12  France
Jean Ledoux [16]
Émile Clerc (fr) [17]
André Sloth
Pierre Maddaloni [18]
Alain Bouffard [19]
6:31.93  Soviet Union
Boris Fjodorow
Juri Suslin
Juri Tjukalow
Anatoli Fjodorow
Igor Rudakow
6:33.30
M8+ [20]  Germany
Horst Meyer
Jürgen Plagemann
Klaus Aeffke
Klaus Behrens
Hans-Jürgen Wallbrecht
Karl-Heinrich von Groddeck
Ingo Kliefoth (de)
Bernd Kruse (de)
Thomas Ahrens
5:50.83  Soviet Union
Richardas Vaitkiavicius
Antanas Bagdonavičius
Zigmas Jukna
Wiktor Semjonow
Vitautas Briedis
Patras Karla
Jaroslaw Tscherschtwij
Juozas Jagelavičius
Juri Lorenzon
5:53.56  France
Christian Puibaraud [21]
Jean-Pierre Bellet [22]
Jacques Morel
Joseph Moroni [23]
Georges Morel
Robert Dumontois
Bernard Meynadier [24]
Michel Viaud [25]
Alain Bouffard [19]
5:55.36

Event codes[edit]

single scull double scull coxless pair coxed pair coxless four coxed four eight (coxed)
Men's M1x M2x M2- M2+ M4- M4+ M8+

Medals table[edit]

Country 1st Gold 2nd Silver 3rd Bronze Total
 Germany 5 0 1 6
 Soviet Union 1 3 2 6
 France 1 2 1 4
 Great Britain 0 1 0 1
 Romania 0 1 0 1
 Austria 0 0 1 1
  Switzerland 0 0 1 1
 United States 0 0 1 1
Total 7 7 7 21

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