1991 World Rowing Championships

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1991 World Rowing Championships
VenueNew Danube
LocationVienna, Austria
Dates19–25 August

The 1991 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 19 to 25 August 1991[1] in Vienna, Austria.[2] The regatta was held on the New Danube.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

The finals were raced on Saturday and Sunday, 24 and 25 August.[3]

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x  Germany
Thomas Lange
6:41.29  Czechoslovakia
Václav Chalupa
6:45.26  Poland
Kajetan Broniewski
6:48.91
M2x  Netherlands
Nico Rienks
Henk-Jan Zwolle
6:06.14  Soviet Union
Uģis Lasmanis
Leonid Shaposhnikov
6:07.49  Germany
Oliver Grüner
André Steiner
6:08.36
M4x  Soviet Union
Valeriy Dosenko
Sergey Kinyakin
Mykola Chupryna
Ģirts Vilks
6:08.39  Italy
Alessandro Corona
Gianluca Farina
Massimo Paradiso
Filippo Soffici
6:11.21  Netherlands
Rutger Arisz
Koos Maasdijk
Hans Kelderman
Ronald Florijn
6:13.03
M2+  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale
Giuseppe Abbagnale
Giuseppe Di Capua
7:34.39  Poland
Piotr Basta
Tomasz Mruczkowski
Bartosz Sroga
7:35.83  Czechoslovakia
Michal Dalecký
Dušan Macháček
Oldřich Hejdušek
7:38.02
M2-  Great Britain
Steve Redgrave
Matthew Pinsent
6:21.35  Yugoslavia
Iztok Čop
Denis Žvegelj
6:24.18  Austria
Hermann Bauer
Karl Sinzinger Jr
6:24.51
M4+  Germany
Armin Eichholz
Bahne Rabe
Matthias Ungemach
Armin Weyrauch
Jörg Dedering
5:58.96  Romania
Dănuț Dobre
Dragoș Neagu
Valentin Robu
Ioan Snep
Dumitru Răducanu
6:00.29  Poland
Wojciech Jankowski
Maciej Łasicki
Jacek Streich
Tomasz Tomiak
Michał Cieślak
6:01.30
M4-  Australia
Andrew Cooper
Nick Green
Mike McKay
James Tomkins
6:29.69  United States
Thomas Bohrer
Patrick Manning
Jeffrey McLaughlin
Michael Porterfield
6:32.22  Germany
Markus Bräuer
Andreas Lütkefels
Stefan Scholz
Markus Vogt
6:34.43
M8+  Germany[4]
Martin Steffes-Mies
Dirk Balster
Claas-Peter Fischer
Thorsten Streppelhoff
Jürgen Hecht [de]
Wolfgang Klapheck
Ansgar Wessling
Roland Baar
Manfred Klein
5:50.98  Canada
Darren Barber
Andy Crosby
Robert Bob Marland
Derek Porter
Michael Mike Rascher
Bruce Robertson
Don Telfer
John Wallace
Terrence Paul
5:51.68  Great Britain
Martin Cross
Tim Foster
Anton Obholzer
Richard Phelps
Greg Searle
Jonny Searle
Jonny Singfield
Richard Stanhope
Garry Herbert
5:52.74
Men's lightweight events
LM1x  Ireland
Niall O'Toole
6:49.17  Germany
Peter Uhrig
6:49.96  Belgium
Wim Van Belleghem
6:52.26
LM2x  Germany
Michael Buchheit
Kai von Warburg
6:20.04  Austria
Walter Rantasa
Christoph Schmölzer
6:25.29  Netherlands
Jan van Bekkum
Daan Boddeke
6:26.22
LM4x[5]  Australia
Simon Burgess
Gary Lynagh
Bruce Hick
Stephen Hawkins
6:37.02  Sweden
Joakim Brischewski
Bo Ekros
Lars-Johan Flodin
Per Lundberg
6:37.25  France
Roland Gaillac
Patrick Maiore
Laurent Porchier
Thierry Renault
6:38.02
LM4-  Great Britain
Christopher Bates
Toby Hessian
Tom Kay
Carl Smith
5:57.60  Italy
Sabino Bellomo
Franco Cattaneo
Danilo Fraquelli
Alfredo Striani
5:58.61  Spain
Juan Luis Aguierre Barco
Fernando Climent
José María de Marco Pérez
Fernando Molina Castillo
6:00.85
LM8+  Italy
Enrico Barbaranelli
Domenico Cantoni
Carlo Gaddi
Pasquale Marigliano
Fabrizio Ranieri
Fabrizio Ravasi
Andrea Re
Roberto Romanini
Gaetano Iannuzzi
6:13.21  France
Stéphane Barré
Sebastien Bel
Bruno Boucher
Stéphane Guerinot
Laurent Irazusta
Benoit Masson
Antoine Orieux
Jose Oyarzabal
Philippe Spinelli
6:13.40  United States
Eduardo Montalvo
Tom Hartley
Robert Hermann
Brian Varga
David Collins
Dale Hurley
Tom Auth
James Manson
Michael O'Gorman
6:15.25

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x  Canada
Silken Laumann
8:17.58  Romania
Elisabeta Lipă
8:20.53  Belgium
Annelies Bredael
8:21.96
W2x  Germany
Kathrin Boron
Beate Schramm
6:44.71  Romania
Anișoara Dobre-Bălan
Elisabeta Lipă
6:46.40  Soviet Union
Ekaterina Khadatovich
Sariya Zakyrova
6:47.36
W4x  Germany
Kerstin Köppen
Claudia Krüger
Sybille Schmidt
Jana Sorgers
6:55.85  Soviet Union
Yelena Khloptseva
Mariya Omelianovych
Tetiana Ustiuzhanina
Mira Vaganova
7:00.37  Romania
Constanța Burcică
Anișoara Dobre-Bălan
Doina Ignat
Fanica Costea
7:04.86
W2-  Canada
Kathleen Heddle
Marnie McBean
6:57.42  Germany
Stefani Werremeier
Ingeburg Althoff
6:59.55  Great Britain
Miriam Batten
Fiona Freckleton
7:02.28
W4-  Canada
Kirsten Barnes
Jennifer Doey
Jessica Monroe
Brenda Taylor
6:25.47  United States
Shelagh Donohoe
Cynthia Eckert
Stephanie Maxwell-Pierson
Anna Seaton
6:27.39  Germany
Kathrin Haacker
Gebriele Mehl
Cerstin Petersmann
Judith Ungemach-Zeidler
6:30.30
W8+  Canada
Kirsten Barnes
Megan Delehanty
Jennifer Doey
Kathleen Heddle
Kelly Mahon
Marnie McBean
Jessica Monroe
Brenda Taylor
Lesley Thompson-Willie
6:28.20  Soviet Union
Irina Gribko
Marina Suprun
Nataliya Grigoryeva
Ekaterina Kotko
Olga Smetannikova
Sarmīte Stone
Marina Znak
Elena Medvedeva
Nataliya Stasyuk
6:28.73  Romania
Doina Snep
Adriana Chelariu-Bazon
Iulia Bobeica
Veronica Cochelea
Marioara Curela
Viorica Neculai
Maria Padurariu
Doina Ciucanu-Robu
Elena Georgescu
6:34.07
Women's lightweight events
LW1x  New Zealand
Philippa Baker
7:29.99  Netherlands
Laurien Vermulst
7:32.41  Denmark
Mette Bloch Jensen
7:33.17
LW2x  Germany
Claudia Waldi
Christiane Weber
7:58.53  United States
Lindsay Burns
Teresa Zarzeczny
8:00.16  Denmark
Elisabeth Fraas
Ulla Jensen
8:06.32
LW4-  China
Li Fei
Liang Sanmei
Liao Xiaoli
Ou Shaoyan
7:37.06  Great Britain
Alison Brownless
Katharine Brownlow
Anna Marie Dryden
Claire Davies
7:41.15  United States
Christine Collins
Ellen Minzner
Alison Shaw
Kelly Sherman
7:43.99

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Germany 7 2 3 12
2  Canada 4 1 0 5
3  Italy 2 2 0 4
4  Great Britain 2 1 2 5
5  Australia 2 0 0 2
6  Soviet Union 1 3 1 5
7  Netherlands 1 1 2 4
8  China 1 0 0 1
 Ireland 1 0 0 1
 New Zealand 1 0 0 1
11  Romania 0 3 2 5
 United States 0 3 2 5
13  Poland 0 1 2 3
14  Austria 0 1 1 2
 France 0 1 1 2
 Czechoslovakia 0 1 1 2
17  Sweden 0 1 0 1
 Yugoslavia 0 1 0 1
19  Belgium 0 0 2 2
 Denmark 0 0 2 2
21  Spain 0 0 1 1
Total 22 22 22 66

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "Vereinte Ruderflotte geht auf Medaillenjagd" [United rowing fleet goes for medal hunt]. Berliner Zeitung (in German). 47 (191). 17 August 1991. p. 27. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  2. ^ "1991 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 28 April 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.
  3. ^ "Ergebnisspiegel" [Result list]. Berliner Zeitung (in German). 47 (198). 26 August 1991. p. 20. Retrieved 25 September 2018.
  4. ^ "RRK 08 Rudern – Deutsche Erfolge bei Ruder-Weltmeisterschaften". Rrk-online.de. Retrieved 19 March 2016.
  5. ^ "Australia's World Championship Medallists – Australian Rowing History". Rowinghistory-aus.info. Archived from the original on 10 September 2012. Retrieved 19 March 2016.