1989 World Rowing Championships

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1989 World Rowing Championships
1989 World Rowing Championships stamp of Yugoslavia.jpg
Yugoslav stamp dedicated to the 1989 World Rowing Championships
VenueLake Bled
LocationBled, Yugoslavia
Dates2 to 10 September

The 1989 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 2 to 10 September 1989 at Lake Bled near Bled in SR Slovenia, Yugoslavia.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x  East Germany
Thomas Lange
6:58.14  Czechoslovakia
Václav Chalupa
7:01.05  Soviet Union
Jüri Jaanson
7:01.31
M2x  Norway
Rolf Thorsen
Lars Bjønness
6:23.40  Netherlands
Ronald Florijn
Nico Rienks
6:24.68  Austria
Christoph Zerbst
Arnold Jonke
6:25.80
M4x  Netherlands
Hans Kelderman
Koos Maasdijk
Herman van den Eerenbeemt
Rutger Arisz
6:03.99  Italy
Gianluca Farina
Filippo Soffici
Davide Tizzano
Giovanni Calabrese
6:04.26  Sweden
Per Olof Claesson
David Svensson
Tommy Österlund
Fredrik Hulten
6:05.66
M2+  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale
Giuseppe Abbagnale
Giuseppe Di Capua
6:54.81  Romania
Dragoș Neagu
Ioan Snep
Marin Gheorghe
6:56.90  Yugoslavia
Milan Janša
Robert Krašovec
Gorazd Slilvnik
6:57.97
M2-  East Germany
Thomas Jung
Uwe Kellner
6:39.95  Great Britain
Simon Berrisford
Steve Redgrave
6:42.84  Austria
Karl Sinziger Sr
Herman Bauer
6:43.40
M4+  Romania
Vasile Năstase
Dimitrie Popescu
Valentin Robu
Vasile Tomoiagă
Marin Gheorghe
6:14.90  Czechoslovakia
Michal Šubrt
Pavel Menšík
Dusan Vicik
Dušan Macháček
Jiří Pták
6:17.37  Great Britain
Steve Turner
Matthew Pinsent
Gavin Stewart
Terence Dillon
Thomas Vaughan
6:17.57
M4-  East Germany
Jens Luedecke
Thomas Greiner
Ralf Brudel
Olaf Förster
6:06.94  United States
Raul Rodriguez
Jack Rusher[2]
Thomas Bohrer
Richard Kennelly
6:07.92  New Zealand
Bill Coventry
Ian Wright
Alastair Mackintosh
Campbell Clayton-Greene
6:08.63
M8+  West Germany
Jörg Puttlitz
Norbert Keßlau
Martin Steffes-Mies
Dirk Balster
Frank Dietrich
Marc Mauerwerk
Ansgar Wessling
Roland Baar
Manfred Klein
5:43.88  East Germany
Stefan Schulz
Mario Gruessel
Roland Schröder
Thomas Woddow
Mario Kliesch [de]
Holger Rose
Thomas Baensch
Hans Sennewald
Peter Thiede
5:45.70  Great Britain
Tim Foster
Matthew Brittin
Jim Walker
Anton Obholzer
Jonny Singfield
Richard Phelps
Jonny Searle
Jonathan Hulls
Adrian Ellison
5:47.01
Men's lightweight events
LM1x  Netherlands
Frans Göbel
7:17.07  Belgium
Wim Van Belleghem
7:20.03  West Germany
Alwin Otten
7:21.80
LM2x  Austria
Christoph Schmölzer
Walter Rantasa
7:03.33  Spain
José María de Marco Pérez
Fernando Climet Huerta
7:03.53  Czechoslovakia
Petr Kovac
Tibor Groeppel
7:04.68
LM4x  West Germany
Peter Uhrig
Jan Fischer
Björn Gehlsen
Thomas Melges
6:04.78   Switzerland
Reto Fierz
Philipp Ferlber
Cirillo Ghielmetti
Markus Gier
6:07.24  France
Bruno Boucher
Bruno Lebeda
Rolland Galliac
Thierry Renault
6:07.50
LM4-  West Germany
Klaus Altena
Stephan Fahrig
Michael Buchheit
Bernhard Stomporowski
6:28.70  Italy
Nerio Gainotti
Alfredo Striani
Dario Longhin
Mauro Torta
6:32.36  Great Britain
Nicholas Strange
Nicholas Howe
Rob Williams
Stuart Forbes
6:34.35
LM8+  Italy
Enrico Barbaranelli
Roberto Romanini
Franco Falossi
Danilo Fraquelli
Vittorio Torcellan
Carlo Gaddi
Andrea Re
Fabrizio Ravasi
Giuseppe Lamberti
5:47.95  Denmark
Bo Vestergaard
Svend Blitskov
Jens Lindhardt
Lars Rasmussen
Flemming Meyer
Michael Soeresen
Vagn Nielsen
Niels Henriksen
Stephen Masters
5:49.38  West Germany
Alexander Trautmann
Felix Prinz
Detlef Glitsch
Ingo Grevenmeyer
Udo Hennig
Sebastian Franke
Thomas Palm
Erik Ring
Jörg Dederding
5:51.15

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x  Romania
Elisabeta Lipă
7:27.96  East Germany
Birgit Peter
7:31.47  Hungary
Katalin Sarlós
7:34.15
W2x  East Germany
Jana Sorgers-Rau
Beate Schramm
7:01.71  Romania
Veronica Cochelea
Elisabeta Lipă
7:07.32  Bulgaria
Pavlina Alexandrova
Magdalena Georgieva
7:11.55
W4x  East Germany
Kathrin Boron
Sybille Schmidt
Jutta Behrendt
Jana Thieme
6:16.62  Soviet Union
Natalia Kvasja
Mariya Omelianovych
Svitlana Mazii
Irina Kalimbet
6:22.39  Bulgaria
Pavlina Alexandrova
Magdalena Georgieva
Galina Yahorova
Krasimira Tocheva
6:23.63
W2-  East Germany
Kathrin Haacker
Judith Zeidler
7:26.97  Romania
Doina Șnep-Bălan
Marioara Curelea
7:30.70  West Germany
Stefani Werremeier
Ingeburg Schwerzmann
7:31.13
W4-  East Germany
Christiane Harzendorf
Ina Justh
Annegret Strauch
Ute Wild
6:45.81  China
Cao Mianying
Hu Yadong
Liu Xirong
Zhou Shouying
6:48.45  Romania
Adriana Bazon
Mihaela Armășescu
Livia Leonte
6:50.58
W8+  Romania
Anișoara Bălan
Marioara Curelea
Anca Tănase
Georgeta Soare
Adriana Chelariu
Viorica Neculai
Livia Leonte
Mihaela Armășescu
Ecaterina Oancia
6:07.92  East Germany
Liane Justh
Ute Wild
Ina Grapenthin
Anette Hohn
Anja Kluge
Katrin Schröder
Ramona Balthasar
Martina Walther
Daniela Neunast
6:08.19  China








6:11.84
Women's lightweight events
LW1x  United States
Kristine Karlson
8:01.12  Belgium
Rita Defauw
8:03.14  Netherlands
Laurien Vermulst
8:04.78
LW2x  United States
Carey Sands-Marden
Kristine Karlson
7:11.04  New Zealand
Philippa Baker
Linda de Jong
7:13.70  West Germany
Christiane Weber
Alrun Urbach
7:14.94
LW4-  China
Liang Sanmei
Zeng Meilan
Zhang Huajie
Lin Zhi-ai
7:01.70  Great Britain
Sue Key
Rachel Hirst
Joanna Toch
Katharine Brownlow
7:04.88  West Germany
Karin Zobeley
Cornelia Cichy
Ute Zobeley
Claudia Engels
7:06.12

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  East Germany 7 2 0 9
2  Romania 3 3 1 7
3  West Germany 3 1 5 9
4  Italy 2 2 0 4
5  Netherlands 2 1 1 4
6  United States 2 1 0 3
7  China 1 1 1 3
8  Austria 1 0 2 3
9  Norway 1 0 0 1
10  Great Britain 0 2 3 5
11  Czechoslovakia 0 2 1 3
12  Belgium 0 2 0 2
13  New Zealand 0 1 1 2
 Soviet Union 0 1 1 2
15  Spain 0 1 0 1
 Denmark 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
18  Bulgaria 0 0 2 2
19  France 0 0 1 1
 Hungary 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1989 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  2. ^ Diane Pucin (3 September 1989). "Penn Ac Four Is Best Hope For U. S. In Yugoslavia". The Philadelphia Inquirer. Retrieved 31 August 2013.