1979 World Rowing Championships

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1979 World Rowing Championships
1979 World Rowing Championships stamp of Yugoslavia.jpg
Yugoslav stamp dedicated to the 1979 World Rowing Championships
Venue Lake Bled
Location Bled, Slovenia, Yugoslavia
Dates 9 September

The 1979 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held on 9 September 1979 at Bled in Slovenia, Yugoslavia.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x  Finland
Pertti Karppinen
06:58.27  West Germany
Peter-Michael Kolbe
07:04.60  East Germany
Rüdiger Reiche
07:06.55
M2x  Norway
Alf Hansen (b)
Frank Hansen (s)
06:26.98  Czechoslovakia
Zdeněk Pecka (b)
Václav Vochoska (s)
06:30.46  East Germany
Uwe Heppner (b)
Martin Winter (s)
06:32.01
M4x  East Germany
Peter Kersten (b)
Klaus Kröppelien (2)
Karl-Heinz Bußert (3)
Joachim Dreifke (s)
05:50.70  West Germany
Albert Hedderich (b)
Raimund Hörmann (2)
Dieter Wiedenmann (3)
Michael Dürsch(s)
05:54.16  France
Christian Marquis (b)
Jean-Raymond Peltier (2)
Charles Imbert (3)
Roland Weill (s)
05:57.80
M2-  East Germany
Bernd Landvoigt (b)
Jörg Landvoigt (s)
06:42.63  Soviet Union
Yuriy Pimenov (b)
Nikolay Pimenov (s)
06:45.76   Switzerland
Stefan Netzle (b)
Hans Trümpler (s)
06:48.67
M2+  East Germany
Gert Uebeler (b)
Hermann Pfeifer (s)
Georg Spohr (c)
07:06.35  Czechoslovakia
Milan Škopek (b)
Josef Plaminek (s)
Oldřich Hejdušek (c)
07:06.95  United States
Mark Borchelt (b)
Fred Borchelt (s)
Christopher Wells (c)
07:09.90
M4-  East Germany
Wolfgang Mager (b)
Stefan Semmler (2)
Andreas Decker (3)
Siegfried Brietzke (s)
06:00.64  Czechoslovakia
Vojtěch Caska (b)
Josef Neštický (2)
Lubomir Zapletal (3)
Jiří Prudil (s)
06:05.30  Great Britain
Martin Cross (b)
David Townsend (2)
Ian McNuff (3)
John Beattie (s)
06:06.65
M4+  East Germany
Bernd Schlufter (b)
Walter Dießner (2)
Jens Doberschütz (3)
Ullrich Dießner (s)
Werner Lutz (c)
06:27.24  Soviet Union
Artūrs Garonskis (b)
Dzintars Krišjānis (2)
Dimants Krišjānis (3)
Žoržs Tikmers (s)
Juris Bērziņš (c)
06:29.23  West Germany
Andreas Görlich (b)
Frank Schütze (2)
Wolfram Thiem (3)
Wolf-Dieter Oschlies (s)
Manfred Klein (c)
06:31.32
M8+  East Germany
Dietmar Schiller (b)
Jörg Friedrich (2)
Werner Wenzel (3)
Friedrich-Wilhelm Ulrich (4)
Bernd Höing (5)
Ulrich Karnatz (6)
Bernd Krauß (7)
Ortwin Rodewald
Klaus-Dieter Ludwig (c)
05:36.41  New Zealand
Grant McAuley (b)
Tony Brook (2)
Tim Logan (3)
Gregory Johnston (4)
Conrad Robertson (5)
Peter Jansen (6)
Mark James (7)
Robert Robinson (s)
Alan Cotter (c)
05:39.92  Soviet Union
Victor Kokoshina (b)
Ihar Maystrenka (2)
Aleksandr Manzevitch (3)
Vitalij Moroz (4)
Andrei Ruditsin (5)
Oleksandr Tkachenko (6)
Andriy Tishchenko (7)
Andrey Luhin (s)
Hryhoriy Dmytrenko (c)
05:40.69
Lightweight events
LM1x[2]  United States
William Belden
7:19.96  Canada
Brian Thorne
7:21.78  Austria
Raimund Haberl (de)
7:25.02
LM2x[3]  Norway
Arne Gilje
Pål Børnick
6:38.08  Netherlands
Harald Punt
Roel Michels
6:44.15  Italy
Mauro Torta
Romano Uberti
6:45.90
LM4-[4]  Great Britain
Ian Wilson (b)
Stuart Wilson (2)
Colin Barratt (3)
Nicholas Howe (s)
06:23.46  Netherlands
Peter van Berkel
Willem Appeldoorn
Richard Helsloot
Paul Paulsen
06:23.99   Switzerland
Reto Wyss
Thomas von Weissenfluh
Pierre Zentner
Pierre Kovacs
06:25.12
LM8+[5]  Spain
Francisco Goicoechea García
Luis Arteaga Leon
Jaime Uriarte García
José Antonio Expósito Sánchez
Antonio Elizalde
Dionisio Redondo González
Javier Puertas Cabezudo
Fernando Climent
Pedro Olasagasti Arruti (cox)
5:53.10  United States
Stephen Schmitt
Scott Strong
Thomas Phillips
Jeff Kroesen
Craig Drake
John Fletcher
Bryan Lewis
William Bater
Robert Brody (cox)
5:53.28  Netherlands
Mark Emke
Henk van der Kwast
Hans Pieterman
Hans Lycklama
Hans Povel
Bert van Baal
Rob Uilenbroek
Ron Velthuis
Gelle Klein Ikkink (cox)
5:55.06

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x  Romania
Sanda Toma
03:35.44  East Germany
Martina Schröter
03:38.67  Netherlands
Hette Borrias
03:39.61
W2x  East Germany
Cornelia Linse (b)
Heidi Westphal (s)
03:15.95  Bulgaria
Svetla Otsetova (b)
Sdravka Jordanova (s)
03:16.31  Romania
Valeria Răcilă (b)
Olga Homeghi (s)
03:17.68
W4x+  East Germany
Sybille Tietze (b)
Christine Röpke (2)
Jutta Lau (3)
Roswietha Zobelt (s)
Liane Buhr (c)
03:06.75  Bulgaria
Anka Bakova (b)
Dolores Nakova (2)
Rumelyana Boncheva (3)
Mariana Serbezova (s)
Ani Filipova (c)
03:07.04  Romania
Maria Micșa (b)
Aneta Mihaly (2)
Sofia Corban (3)
Veronica Juganaru (s)
Elena Giurcă (c)
03:08.06
W2-  East Germany
Cornelia Bügel (b)
Ute Steindorf (s)
03:27.74  Romania
Florica Dospinescu (b)
Elena Oprea (s)
03:30.44  Poland
Malgzata Dluzewska (b)
Czesława Kościańska (s)
03:32.30
W4+  Soviet Union
Valentina Semyonova (b)
Svetlana Semyonova (2)
Galina Stepanova (3)
Maria Fadeyeva (s)
Nina Cheremisina (c)
03:17.03  East Germany
Marita Sandig (b)
Ute Skorupski (2)
Angelika Noack (3)
Kersten Neisser (s)
Kirsten Wenzel (c)
03:18.25  Romania
Georgeta Militaru-Mașca (b)
Florica Silaghi (2)
Maria Fricioiu (3)
Elena Avram (s)
Aneta Matei (c)
03:19.98
W8+  Soviet Union
Nina Antoniuk (b)
Tatyana Bunjak (2)
Nadejda Dergachenko (3)
Valentina Yermakova (4)
Maria Paziun (5)
Elena Tereshina (6)
Nina Umanets (7)
Olga Pivovarova (s)
Nina Frolova (c)
02:58.09  East Germany
Martina Boesler (b)
Silvia Fröhlich (2)
Petra Köhler (3)
Jutta Raeck (4)
Renate Neu (5)
Ilona Richter (6)
Ramona Kapheim (7)
Karin Metze (s)
Marina Wilke (c)
02:59.36  United States
Carol Brown (b)
Carol Bower (2)
Susan Tuttle (3)
Jeanne Flanagan (4)
Patricia Brink (5)
Patricia Spratlin (6)
Janet Harville (7)
Mary O'Connor (s)
Hollis Hatton (c)
02:59.91

Medals table[edit]

This table does not include the lightweight results.

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  East Germany 9 3 2 14
2  Soviet Union 2 2 1 5
3  Romania 1 1 3 5
4  Finland 1 0 0 1
4  Norway 1 0 0 1
6  Czechoslovakia 0 3 0 3
7  West Germany 0 2 1 3
8  Bulgaria 0 2 0 2
9  New Zealand 0 1 0 1
10  United States 0 0 2 2
11  France 0 0 1 1
11  Great Britain 0 0 1 1
11  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
11  Poland 0 0 1 1
11   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
Total 14 14 14 42

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