1982 World Rowing Championships

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1982 World Rowing Championships
Venue Rotsee
Location Lucerne, Switzerland
Dates 28 to 29 August

The 1982 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 28 to 29 August 1982 at Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's events
M1x  East Germany
Rüdiger Reiche
7:00.67  Soviet Union
Vasily Yakusha
7:01.15  United States
John Biglow
7:02.08
M2x  Norway
Rolf Thorsen
Alf Hansen
6:23.66  East Germany
Klaus Kröppelien
Joachim Dreifke
6:25.36  Czechoslovakia
Zdeněk Pecka
Václav Vochoska
6:28.08
M4x  East Germany
Karl-Heinz Bußert
Uwe Mund
Uwe Heppner
Martin Winter
5:55.50  West Germany
Albert Hedderich
Raimund Hörmann
Dieter Wiedenmann
Michael Dürsch
5:59.10  Soviet Union
Victor Rudakovich
Vladimir Koldishkin
Alexander Sdramvomislov
Valeri Kleshnyov
6:00.90
M2+  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale
Giuseppe Abbagnale
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
6:59.63  East Germany
Jürgen Seyfarth
Karsten Schmeling
Hendrik Reiher (c)
7:01.55  Czechoslovakia
Milan Doleček Sr
Milan Skopek
Oldrich Hejdusek (c)
7:02.07
M2-  Norway
Hans Magnus Grepperud
Sverre Løken
6:41.98  East Germany
Carl Ertel
Ulf Sauerbrey
6:44.88  Netherlands
Sjoerd Hoekstra
Joost Adema
6:45.72
M4+  East Germany
Thomas Greiner
Hans Sennewald
Ulrich Kons
Ullrich Dießner
Andreas Gregor (c)
6:19.04  Czechoslovakia
Vojtech Caska
Josef Nesticky
Jan Kabrhel
Karel Neffe
Jiří Pták (c)
6:21.69  United States
Andy Sudduth
Charles Altekruse
John Everett
Fred Borchelt
Robert Jaugstetter (c)
6:25.33
M4-   Switzerland
Bruno Saile
Jürg Weitnauer
Hans-Konrad Trümpler
Stefan Netzle
6:10.41  Soviet Union
Vitali Eliseev
Aleksandr Kulagin
Valeriy Dolinin
Aleksey Kamkin
6:11.82  Romania
Petru Iosub
Valer Toma
Daniel Voiculescu
Constantin Airoaie
6:12.32
M8+  New Zealand
Les O'Connell
Mike Stanley
Andrew Stevenson
George Keys
Roger White-Parsons
Chris White
Tony Brook
Dave Rodger
Andy Hay (c)
5:36.99  East Germany
Jens Doberschütz
Hans-Peter Koppe
Gert Uebeler
Jörg Friedrich
Ralf Brudel
Harald Jährling
Bernd Niesecke
Bernd Höing
Klaus-Dieter Ludwig (c)
5:39.17  Soviet Union
Žoržs Tikmers
Dimants Krišjānis
Dzintars Krišjānis
Viktor Omeljanovitch
Viktor Diduk
Vladimir Krilov
Zigmantas Gudauskas
Nikolai Solomakhin
Juris Bērziņš (c)
5:39.52
Men's lightweight events
LM1x  Austria
Raimund Haberl
7:12.57  United States
Scott Roop
7:14.26  Italy
Luca Migliaccio
7:14.58
LM2x  Italy
Francesco Esposito
Ruggero Verroca
06:34.85  United States
Paul Fuchs
William Belden
6:37.28   Switzerland
Kurt Steiner
Pius Z'rotz
06:38.87
LM4-  Italy
Marco Romano
Daniele Boschin
Marco Romano
Pasquale Aiese
6:17.79  Spain
Guillermo Mueller Gascon
Jose Maria De Marco Perez
Enrique Briones Perez
Luis Marina Moreno Perpina
6:19.68  Denmark
Mikael Espersen
Flemming Jensen
Lars Porneki
Kim Hagsted
6:20.33
LM8+  Italy
Vittorio Valentinis
Mauro Torta
Franco Pantano
Valentino Tontodonati
Renzo Borsini
Lanfranco Borsini
Claudio Castiglioni
Leonardo Salani
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
5:49.45  Denmark
Michael Djervig
Jørn Jørgensen
Ivar Molgaard
Arne Hojlund
Søren Hansson
Søren Christensen
Jan Christensen
Bent Fransson
Jan Rasmussen (c)
5:50.47  Spain
Fernando Climent Huerta
Angel Saez Bernardos
Francisco Goicoechea Garcia
Antonio Elizalde Aldabaldetrecu
Alberto Molina Castillo
Angel Viana Bravo
Javier Puertas Cabezudo
Dionisio Redondo Gonzalez
Jose Delgado (c)
5:51.90
Women's events[2]
W1x  Soviet Union
Irina Fetisova
3:42.83  Romania
Valeria Răcilă
3:42.92  New Zealand
Stephanie Foster
3:44.61
W2x  Soviet Union
Jelena Bratischko
Antonina Machina
3:19.47  East Germany
Kerstin Kirst
Martina Schröter
3:23.05  Canada
Janice Mason
Lisa Roy
3:26.49
W4x[3]  Soviet Union
Larisa Popova
Jelena Khloptzeva
Olga Kaspina
Tatiana Bachkatova
Maria Semskova-Korotkova (c)
3:32.41  East Germany
Jutta Hampe-Behrendt
Heidi Westphal
Cornelia Linse
Jutta Schenk-Ploch
Elke Rost (c)
3:12.48  Romania
Maria Micșa
Maricica Țăran
Elisabeta Lipă
Sofia Corban
Ecaterina Oancia (c)
3:16.63
W2-[4]  East Germany
Silvia Fröhlich
Marita Sandig
3:32.41  Poland
Małgorzata Dłużewska
Czesława Kościańska
3:34.58  Canada
Elizabeth Craig
Tricia Smith
3:35.93
W4+[5]  Soviet Union
Svetlana Semionova
Valentina Semenova
Galina Stepanova
Larisa Savarsina
Nina Cheremisina (c)
3:17.16  United States
Kathryn Elliott Keeler
Carol Bower
Harriet Metcalf
Barbara Kirch
Valerie McClain-Ward (c)
3:19.55  Romania
Rodica Arba
Mihaela Armășescu
Darko
Elena Horvat
Dinu (c)
3:19.71
W8+[6]  Soviet Union
Jelena Makushkina
Ludmila Konopleva
Nina Umanets
Elena Tereshina
Natalia Iatsenko
Marina Studneva
Raissa Doligaida
Sarmīte Stone
Nina Frolova (c)
2:57.97  United States
Liz Miles
Shyril O’Steen
Kristine Norelius
Janet Harville
Jennifer Marshall
Joline Esparza
Jane McDougall
Kristen Thorsness
Nanette Bernadou (c)
3:01.50  East Germany
Angelika Noack
Ute Steindorf
Sabine Portius
Carola Hornig
Steffi Götzelt
Sigrid Anders
Iris Rudolph
Karin Metze
Kirsten Wenzel (c)
3:02.89

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Soviet Union 5 2 2 9
2  East Germany 4 6 2 12
3  Italy 4 0 1 5
4  Norway 2 0 0 2
5  New Zealand 1 0 1 2
6  Austria 1 0 0 1
6   Switzerland 1 0 0 1
8  United States 0 4 2 6
9  Czechoslovakia 0 1 2 3
9  Romania 0 1 2 3
10  Denmark 0 1 1 2
10  Spain 0 1 1 2
11  West Germany 0 1 0 1
11  Poland 0 1 0 1
12  Canada 0 0 2 2
13  Netherlands 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

References[edit]

  1. ^ FISA – The Official World Rowing Database. "1982 World Championships – Lucerne Rotsee, Switzerland". 
  2. ^ Sigge Bergman. "Within the International Federations : Towards a new Winter Festival" (PDF). Library.la84.org. Retrieved 28 March 2016. 
  3. ^ "Weltmeisterschaften (Damen – Teil 1)" (in German). Sport-komplett.de. Retrieved 19 March 2016. 
  4. ^ "Rudern – Weltmeisterschaften: Zweier ohne Steuerfrau" (in German). Sport-komplett.de. Retrieved 2 December 2016. 
  5. ^ "Weltmeisterschaften (Damen – Teil 1)". Sport-komplett.de. Retrieved 19 March 2016. 
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