1983 World Rowing Championships

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1983 World Rowing Championships
Venue Wedau
Location Duisburg, Germany
Dates 3 to 4 September

The 1983 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 3 to 4 September 1983 at Wedau in Duisburg, Germany.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x  West Germany
Peter-Michael Kolbe
6:49.88  East Germany
Uwe Mund
6:51.70  United States
Cristopher Wood
6:54.30
M2x  East Germany
Thomas Lange (b)
Uwe Heppner (s)
6:20.17  Norway
Rolf Thorsen (b)
Alf Hansen (s)
6:23.43  West Germany
Andreas Schmelz (b)
Georg Agrikola (s)
6:23.63
M4x  West Germany
Albert Hedderich (b)
Raimund Hörmann (2)
Dieter Wiedenmann (3)
Michael Dürsch (s)
5:45.97  East Germany
Karl-Heinz Bußert (b)
Martin Winter (2)
Rüdiger Reiche (3)
Joachim Dreifke (s)
5:47.87  Italy
Piero Poli (b)
Renato Gaeta (2)
Antonio Dell'aquila (3)
Stefano Lari (s)
5:49.79
M2+  East Germany
Thomas Greiner (b)
Ullrich Dießner (s)
Andreas Gregor (c)
6:49.75  Soviet Union
Stasis Narushaitis (b)
Ihar Maystrenka (s)
Pet Petrinitch (c)
6:53.23  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale (b)
Giuseppe Abbagnale (s)
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
6:55.45
M2-  East Germany
Carl Ertel (b)
Ulf Sauerbrey (s)
6:35.85  Soviet Union
Viktor Pereverzev (b)
Gennadi Kriutchkin (s)
6:37.92  Norway
Hans Magnus Grepperud (b)
Sverre Løken (s) (s)
6:39.72
M4+  New Zealand
Conrad Robertson (b)
Greg Johnston (2)
Keith Trask (3)
Les O'Connell (s)
Brett Hollister (c)
6:13.89  East Germany
Dietmar Schiller (b)
Joerg Friedrich (2)
Bernd Niesecke (3)
Bernd Eichwurzel (s)
Klaus-Dieter Ludwig (c)
6:16.29  Soviet Union
Sergei Frolov (b)
Jonas Pinskus (2)
Jonas Narmontas (3)
Vladimir Semin (s)
Vladimir Nizhegorodov (c)
6:16.98
M4-  West Germany
Norbert Keßlau (b)
Volker Grabow (2)
Jörg Puttlitz (3)
Guido Grabow (s)
5:57.02  Soviet Union
Nikolay Pimenov (b)
Aleksandr Kulagin (2)
Yuriy Pimenov (3)
Dzorzes Tikmers (s)
5:57.39  Sweden
Anders Wilgotson (b)
Hans Svensson (2)
Lars-Åke Lindqvist (3)
Anders Larsson (s)
6:01.54
M8+[2]  New Zealand
Mike Stanley (b)
Andrew Stevenson (2)
Dave Rodger (3)
Roger White-Parsons (4)
Chris White (5)
Barrie Mabbott (6)
George Keys (7)
Nigel Atherfold (s)
Andy Hay (c)
5:34.39  East Germany
Klaus Buettner (b)
Uwe Gasch (2)
Gert Uebeler (3)
Karsten Schmeling (4)
Ralf Brudel (5)
Harald Jährling (6)
Jürgen Seyfarth (7)
Bernd Höing (s)
Hendrik Reiher (c)
5:35.94  Australia
Samuel Patten (b)
Bruce Keynes (2)
Ian Edmunds (3)
David Doyle (4)
James Battersby (5)
Tim Willoughby (6)
Ion Popa (7)
John Quigley (s)
Gavin Thredgold (c)
5:38.04
Lightweight events
LM1x  Denmark
Bjarne Eltang
7:07.35  Great Britain
John Melvin
7:09.84  West Germany
Gerd Naujoks
7:10.08
LM2x  Italy
Francesco Esposito (b)
Ruggero Verroca (s)
06:25.42  France
Luc Crispon (b)
Thierry Renault (s)
6:30.73   Switzerland
Roland Rosset (b)
Pius Z'rotz (s)
06:31.92
LM4-  Spain
Alberto Molina Castillo (b)
Luis María Moreno Perpiñá (2)
José María de Marco Pérez (3)
Juan Maria Altuna Munoa (s)
6:16.47  Great Britain
Christopher Bates (b)
Carl Smith (2)
Ian Wilson (3)
Stuart Forbes (s)
6:19.13  Denmark
Richard Biller (b)
Michael Djervig (2)
Vagn Nielsen (3)
Karsten Kobbernagel (s)
6:19.48
LM8+  Spain[3]
Alejandro Moya (b)
José Manuel Cañete (2)
Eulogio Génova (3)
Carlos Muniesa (4)
José Crespo (5)
Enrique Briones (6)
Víctor Llorente (7)
Benito Elizalde (s)
José Rojí (c)
5:45.05  Australia
Brian Digby (b)
Paul Harvey (2)
Greg Raszyk (3)
Richard Hay (4)
Peter Antonie (5)
Bruce House (6)
Ian Jordan (7)
Stephen Spurling (s)
Graeme Barns (c)
5:46.75  Denmark
Mikael Espersen (b)
Kim Hagsted (2)
Ivar Mølgaard (3)
Leif Jacobsen (4)
Søren Hansson (5)
Flemming Jensen (6)
Jan Christensen (7)
Bent Fransson (s)
Henrik Kruse (c)
5:46.86

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x  East Germany
Jutta Hampe
3:36.51  Soviet Union
Irina Fetisova
3:37.79  United States
Virginia Gilder
3:39.05
W2x  East Germany
Jutta Schenk (b)
Martina Schröter (s)
3:13.44  Soviet Union
Yelena Bratishko (b)
Antonina Makhina-Dumtcheva (s)
3:14.28  Romania
Marioara Ciobanu-Popescu (b)
Elisabeta Lipă (s)
3:15.45
W4x+  Soviet Union
Tatiana Bachkatova (b)
Olga Kaspina (2)
Yelena Khloptseva (3)
Larisa Popova (s)
Maria Zemskova-Korotkova (c)
3:02.48  East Germany
Kerstin Kirst (b)
Kerstin Foerster-Pieloth (2)
Cornelia Linse (3)
Sylvia Schwabe (s)
Andrea Rost (c)
3:04.51  Bulgaria
Stefka Madina (b)
Teodora Lazarova (2)
Margarita Dobtcheva (3)
Violeta Ninova (s)
Greta Georgieva (c)
3:10.69
W2-[4]  East Germany
Marita Sandig (b)
Silvia Fröhlich (s)
3:26.68  Romania
Rodica Arba (b)
Elena Horvat (s)
3:32.13  Canada
Tricia Smith (b)
Elizabeth Craig-Eaton (s)
3:33.52
W4+  East Germany
Claudia Noack (b)
Iris Rudoplh (2)
Sigrid Anders (3)
Carola Miseler (s)
Carolina Richter (c)
3:11.18  Romania
Florica Lavric (b)
Maria Tanase-Fricioiu (2)
Chira Apostol (3)
Olga Homegi-Bularda (s)
Viorica Veres (c)
3:14.11  Soviet Union
Feodossia Kaleinikova (b)
Valentina Semenova (2)
Svetlana Semyonova (3)
Angelina Kaolikauskaite (s)
Nina Tcheremisina (c)
3:14.36
W8+  Soviet Union
Sarmīte Stone (b)
Lidiya Averyanova (2)
Ludmila Konopleva (3)
Marina Studneva (4)
Nina Umanets (5)
Elena Tereshina (6)
Nataliya Yatsenko (7)
Elena Makushkina (s)
Valentina Khokhlova (c)
2:56.22  United States
Kristen Thorsness (b)
Patricia Spratlin (2)
Shyril O'Steen (3)
Carie Graves (4)
Carol Bower (5)
Kristine Norelius (6)
Janet Harville (7)
Harriet Metcalf (s)
Valerie McClain-Ward (c)
2:58.14  East Germany
Susann Heinicke (b)
Viola Kestler (2)
Annekatrin Jage (3)
Karin Metze-Ullbricht (4)
Steffi Götzelt (5)
Carola Lichey (6)
Sabine Portius (7)
Ramona Hein (s)
Kirsten Strohbach (c)
2:59.06

Medals table[edit]

Seventeen nations won medals of the championships.[5]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  East Germany 7 4 1 12
2  Soviet Union 2 4 2 8
3  West Germany 2 1 2 5
4  Spain 2 0 0 2
4  New Zealand 2 0 0 2
6  Great Britain 1 2 0 3
7  Denmark 1 0 2 3
7  Italy 1 0 2 3
9  Norway 0 1 2 3
10  Australia 0 1 1 2
10  Romania 0 1 1 2
10  United States 0 1 1 2
13  Belgium 0 1 0 1
13  France 0 1 0 1
13  Poland 0 1 0 1
16  Bulgaria 0 0 1 1
16  Canada 0 0 1 1
16   Switzerland 0 0 1 1
16  Sweden 0 0 1 1
Total 18 18 18 54

References[edit]

  1. ^ FISA – The Official World Rowing Database. "1983 World Championships – Duisburg Wedau, Germany". 
  2. ^ "(M8+) Men's Eight - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 2 November 2017. 
  3. ^ "Rowing and Olympism" (PDF). LA84 Foundation. p. 941. Retrieved 10 December 2017. 
  4. ^ "(W2-) Women's Pair – Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 26 November 2016. 
  5. ^ "Medal Table". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 20 November 2017.