1981 World Rowing Championships

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The 10th World Rowing Championships were held in 1981 at Oberschleißheim outside Münich, Germany.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M1x  West Germany
Peter-Michael Kolbe
7:45.32  East Germany
Rüdiger Reiche
7:48.90  United States
John Biglow
7:51.55
M2x  East Germany
Klaus Kroeppelien (b)
Joachim Dreifke (s)
6:41.99  Finland
Reima Karppinen (b)
Pertti Karppinen (s)
6:44.06  Norway
Rolf Thorsen (b)
Alf Hansen (s)
6:44.61
M4x  East Germany
Peter Kersten (b)
Karl-Heinz Bussert (2)
Uwe Heppner (3)
Martin Winter (s)
6:11.37  Soviet Union
Igor Iarkov (b)
Sergei Shevtchenko (2)
Vladimir Koldishkn (3)
Alecander Sdravomislov (s)
6:14.58  France
Denis Gate (b)
Jean-Raymond Peltier (2)
Charles Imbert (3)
Marc Boudoux (s)
6:17.45
M2+  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale (b)
Giuseppe Abbagnale (s)
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
7:43.73  East Germany
Karsten Schmeling (b)
Jürgen Seyfarth (s)
Hendrik Reiher (c)
7:46.22  United Kingdom
Thomas Cadoux-Hudson (b)
Richard Budgett (s)
Adrian Ellison (c)
7:47.03
M2-  Soviet Union
Yuri Pimenov (b)
Nikolai Pimenov (s)
7:15.06  Netherlands
Willem Jan Atsma (b)
Ted Bosman (s)
7:20.04  Italy
Antonio Baldacci (b)
Ezio Pacovich (s) (s)
7:23.28
M4+  East Germany
Dietmar Schiller (b)
Jörg Friedrich (2)
Bernd Niesecke (3)
Harald Jährling (s)
Klaus-Dieter Ludwig (c)
6:36.88  United States
Andy Sudduth (b)
Thomas Woodman (2)
John Everett (3)
Fred Borchelt (s)
Robert Jaugstetter (c)
6:39.68  Soviet Union
Viktor Omeljanovitch (b)
Dimants Krisjanis (2)
Dzintars Krishyanis (3)
Dzorzes Tikmers (s)
Juris Berzins (c)
6:40.52
M4-  Soviet Union
Alexei Kamkin (b)
Valeri Dolinin (2)
Aleksander Kulagin (3)
Vitali Eliseev (s)
6:35.85   Switzerland
Bruno Saile (b)
Jürg Weitnauer (2)
Hans-Konrad Trümpler (3)
Stefan Netzle (s)
6:41.47  East Germany
Klaus Büttner (b)
Hans-Peter Koppe (2)
Jens Doberschütz (3)
Uwe Gasch (s)
6:43.07
M8+  Soviet Union
Zigmantas Gudauskas (b)
Nikolai Solomakhin (2)
Vladimir Krilov (3)
Viktor Deduk (4)
Stasis Narushaitis (5)
Ionas Narmontas (6)
Ionas Pinskus (7)
Igor Maistrenko (s)
Vladimir Nizhegorodov (c)
6:02.30  United Kingdom
Mark Andrews (b)
Christopher Mahoney (2)
Colin Seymour (3)
John Bland (4)
Andrew Justice (5)
John Pritchard (6)
Malcolm McGowan (7)
Richard Stanhope (s)
Colin Moynihan (c)
6:04.31  United States
Daniel Lyons (b)
John Zevenbergen (2)
Thomas Kiefer (3)
James McDougall (4)
John Phinney (5)
Dave Clark (6)
Charles Clapp III (7)
Matthew Labine (s)
Seth Bauer (c)
6:06.13
Men's Lightweight Events
LM1x  United States
Scott Roop
7:22.90  Austria
Raimund Haberl
7:25.30  Canada
Brian Thorne
7:27.16
LM2x  Italy
Francesco Esposito (b)
Ruggero Verroca (s)
6:42.17  United States
Paul Fuchs Jr (b)
William Belden Sr (s)
6:44.22  Denmark
Leif Kruse (b)
Bjarne Eltang (s)
6:48.95
LM4-  Australia
Graham Gardiner (b)
Charles Bartlett (2)
Clyde Hefer (3)
Simon Gillett (s)
6:22.32  Netherlands
Peter Van Berkel (b)
Richard Helsloot (2)
Willem Appeldoorn (3)
Paul Paulsen (s)
6:24.04  Canada
Timothy Turner (b)
Edward Gibson (2)
James Relle (3)
Patrick Turner (s)
6:26.60
LM8+  Denmark
Torben Knudsen
Jan Jensen
Ivar Molgaard
Arne Højlund
Søren Hansson
Søren Eriksen
Mikael Espersen
Bent Fransson
Peter Klug-Andersen (c)
5:58.41  Italy
Franco Pantano
Mauro Torta
Romano Uberti
Lauro Zettin
Renzo Borsini
Lanfranco Borsini
Claudio Castiglioni
Leonardo Salani
Davide Lanza (c)
5:59.05  Spain
Fernando Climent Huerta
Luis Arteaga Leon
Carlos Sáez Bernardos
José Antonio Expósito Sánchez
Francisco Goicoechea García
Guillermo Müller Gascón
Alberto Molina Castillo
José Marti Miranda
Fernando Macho (c)
6:01.03
Women's Events
W1x  Romania
Sanda Toma
3:54.46  United Kingdom
Beryl Mitchell
3:55.58  Soviet Union
Irina Fetissowa
3:56.99
W2x  Soviet Union
Margerita Kokarevitch
Antonina Zelikovich
3:40.65  East Germany
Kerstin Kirst
Jutta Hampe-Behrendt
3:30.11  Bulgaria
Iskra Velinova
Anka Bakova
3:30.21
W4x+  Soviet Union
Tatyana Danilova
Olga Kaspina
Elena Hlopceva
Larisa Popova
Maria Semskova-Korotkova (c)
3:19.83  East Germany
Heidi Westphal
Birka Brandt-Fengler
Cornelia Linse
Jutta Schenk-Ploch
Jenny Gerber (c)
3:21.65  Romania
Aneta Mihaly
Valeria Răcilă
Sofia Corban
Olga Homeghi
Ecaterina Oancia (c)
3:22.89
W2-  East Germany
Iris Rudolph
Sigrid Anders
3:45.50  Canada
Elizabeth Craig
Tricia Smith
3:45.77  Romania
Rodica Arba
Elena Horvat
3:50.45
W4+  Soviet Union
Olga Pivovarova
Marina Studneva
Svetlana Semyonova
Raisa Doligoiada
Nina Cheremisina (c)
3:18.75  East Germany
Viola Kestler
Silvia Fröhlich-Arndt
Marita Sandig-Gasch
Romy Saalfeld
Kirsten Wenzel (c)
3:23.95  United States
Susan Tuttle
Hope Barnes
Shyril O’Steen
Harriet Metcalf
Nanette Bernadou (c)
3:27.35
W8+  Soviet Union
Regina Baltutite
Irina Teterina
Elena Tereshina
Natalia Iatsenko
Elena Makushkina
Tatyana Shvetsova
Nina Umanets
Maria Paziun
Nina Frolova (c)
3:07.58  United States
Carol Bower
Carol Brown
Jeanne Flanagan
Patricia Spratlin
Kristine Norelius
Carie Graves
Elizabeth Hills-O’Leary
Elizabeth Miles
Valerie McClain-Ward (c)
3:10.32  Romania
Rodica Frîntu
Florica Bucur
Luminata Furcila
Maricica Ţăran
Cristina Onofrei
Maria Naghiu
Mariana Zaharia
Elena Bondar
Elena Dobriţoiu (c)
3:14.05

Medals table[edit]

Platz Land Gold Silber Bronze Gesamt
1  Soviet Union 7 1 2 10
2  East Germany 4 5 1 10
3  Italy 2 1 1 4
4  United States 1 3 3 7
5  Romania 1 3 4
6  Denmark 1 1 2
7  Australia 1 1
 West Germany 1 1
9  United Kingdom 2 1 3
10  Netherlands 2 2
11  Canada 1 2 3
12  Austria 1 1
 Finland 1 1
  Switzerland 1 1
15  Bulgaria 1 1
 Spain 1 1
 France 1 1
 Norway 1 1
Summe 18 18 18 54

References[edit]

  1. ^ FISA – The Official World Rowing Database. "1981 World Championships – Münich Oberschleißheim, Germany".