1998 World Rowing Championships

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1998 World Rowing Championships
Fühlinger See3.jpg
The regatta course at Fühlinger See
Venue Fühlinger See
Location Cologne, Germany
Dates 9 to 18 September

The 1998 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 9 to 18 September 1998 in Cologne, Germany. The World Rowing Championships are organized by FISA, the International Rowing Federation.[1]

Medal summary[edit]

Men's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
M1x  New Zealand
Rob Waddell
6:39.65   Switzerland
Xeno Müller
6:41.55  Czech Republic
Václav Chalupa
6:43.89
M2x  Germany
Andreas Hajek
Stephan Volkert
6:13.20  Norway
Steffen Størseth
Kjetil Undset
6:14.49  Poland
Marek Kolbowicz
Adam Korol
6:15.50
M4x  Italy
Agostino Abbagnale
Alessandro Corona
Rossano Galtarossa
Alessio Sartori
5:51.19  Germany
Marco Geisler
Marcel Hacker
Sebastian Mayer
Stefan Roehnert
5:56.13  Austria
Raphael Hartl
Norbert Lambing
Andreas Nader
Horst Nussbaumer
5:57.91
M2+  Australia
Nick Green
James Tomkins
Brett Hayman (c)
6:45.01  Italy
Gioacchino Cascone
Rosario Gioia
Gianluca Barattolo (c)
6:47.71  United States
Nicholas Anderson
Kurt Borcherding
Phil Henry (c)
6:50.06
M2-  Germany
Detlef Kirchhoff
Robert Sens
6:22.32  Australia
Drew Ginn
Mike McKay
6:24.23  Yugoslavia
Nikola Stojić
Đorđe Višacki
6:25.52
M4+  Australia
Drew Ginn
Nick Green
Mike McKay
James Tomkins
Brett Hayman (c)
6:09.43  Croatia
Denis Boban
Igor Boraska
Tihomir Franković
Siniša Skelin
Ratko Cvitanić (c)
6:12.97  Italy
Marco Bizzozero
Dario Lari
Giuseppe Musemeci
Pasquale Panzarino
Daniele Sorice (c)
6:13.59
M4-  Great Britain
James Cracknell
Tim Foster
Matthew Pinsent
Steve Redgrave
5:48.06  France
Gilles Bosquet
Daniel Fauché
Francois Meurillon
Anthony Perrot
5:49.44  Italy
Lorenzo Carboncini
Riccardo Dei Rossi
Valter Molea
Carlo Mornati
5:49.46
M8+  United States
Chris Ahrens
Porter Collins
Robert Kaehler
Jeffrey Klepacki
Garrett Miller
Bryan Volpenhein
Tom Welsh
Michael Wherley
Peter Cipollone (c)
5:38.78  Germany
Jörg Dießner
Stefan Forster
Stefan Heinze
Kai Horl
Thomas Jung
Ike Landvoigt
Enrico Schnabel
Marc Weber
Peter Thiede (c)
5:39.48  Romania
Dorin Alupei
Andrei Bănică
Cornel Nemțoc
Gheorghe Pîrvan
Nicolae Țaga
Viorel Talapan
Valentin Tobu
Florian Tudor
Dumitru Răducanu (c)
5:40.27
Men's lightweight events
LM1x  Italy
Stefano Basalini
6:48.90  Czech Republic
Michal Vabroušek
6:50.98  Denmark
Karsten Nielsen
6:51.52
LM2x  Poland
Tomasz Kucharski
Robert Sycz
6:19.11  Italy
Michelangelo Crispi
Leonardo Pettinari
6:21.02   Switzerland
Markus Gier
Michael Gier
6:22.35
LM4x  Italy
Lorenzo Bertini
Elia Luini
Paolo Pittino
Franco Sancassani
5:57.68  Germany
Markus Baumann
Alexander Lutz
Franz Mayer
Christian Von Gyldenfeldt
5:58.59  United States
Conal Groom
Sean Groom
Ransom Weaver
Coop Wessels
6:02.74
LM2-  France
Jean-Christophe Bette
Vincent Montabonel
6:40.53  Italy
Catello Amarante
Carlo Gaddi
6:41.75  Chile
Miguel Cerda
Christián Yantani
6:44.00
LM4-  Denmark
Eskild Ebbesen
Thomas Ebert
Victor Feddersen
Thomas Poulsen
6:01.53  France
Xavier Dorfman
Yves Hocdé
Frederic Pinon
Laurent Porchier
6:02.37  Australia
Darren Balmforth
Simon Burgess
Anthony Edwards
Robert Richards
6:04.43
LM8+  Germany
Matthias Edeler
Oliver Ibielski
Andreas Laiss
Stefan Locher
Daniel Rosenberger
Bernhard Stomporowski
Manuel Strauch
Vladimir Vukelic
Olaf Kaska (c)
5:36.28  United States
Michael Altmann
William Carlucci
John Cashman
Eric Gillett
Sean Kammann
William Plifka
Martin Schwartz
Andrea Trento
Sean Mulligan (c)
5:36.56  Italy
Antonello Aliberti
Carlo Artico
Filippo Dodero
Daniele Gilardoni
Andrea Lupini
Giuseppe Manzo
Salvatore Messina
Massimo Guglielmi
Antonio Cirillo (c)
5:37.06

Women's events[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
W1x  Russia
Irina Fedotova
7:25.09  Germany
Katrin Rutschow
7:26.67  Sweden
Maria Brandin
7:30.99
W2x  Great Britain
Miriam Batten
Gillian Lindsay
6:48.85  Netherlands
Pieta van Dishoeck
Eeke van Nes
6:49.75  Romania
Doina Ignat
Ioana Olteanu
6:50.49
W4x  Germany
Kathrin Boron
Manuela Lutze
Jana Thieme
Christiane Will
6:24.38  Russia
Oksana Dorodnova
Yuliya Levina
Larisa Merk
Inna Moiseeva
6:26.66  Australia
Marina Hatzakis
Sally Newmarch
Jane Robinson
Bronwyn Roye
6:32.11
W2-  Canada
Alison Korn
Emma Robinson
7:05.19  Great Britain
Cath Bishop
Dot Blackie
7:08.12  United States
Amy Marie Martin
Linda Miller
7:08.76
W4-  Ukraine
Yevgeniia Andreieva
Tatyana Fesenko
Nina Proskura
Tetyana Savchenko
6:30.63  Canada
Buffy-Lynne Williams
Laryssa Biesenthal
Marnie McBean
Kubet Weston
6:31.90  Netherlands
Tessa Zwolle-Appeldoorn
Nelleke Penninx
Carin Ter Beek
Christine Vink
6:32.73
W8+  Romania
Angela Cazac
Veronica Cochelea
Georgeta Damian
Maria Magdalena Dumitrache
Liliana Gafencu
Doina Ignat
Ioana Olteanu
Viorica Susanu
Elena Georgescu (c)
6:14.62  United States
Jennifer Dore-Terhaar
Torrey Folk
Amy Fuller
Sarah Jones
Katherine Maloney
Lianne Nelson-Bennion
Sally Scovel
Wendy Wilbur
Rajanya Shah (c)
6:15.81  Canada
Buffy-Lynne Williams
Laryssa Biesenthal
Heather Davis
Alison Korn
Marnie McBean
Emma Robinson
Dorota Urbaniak
Kubet Weston
Lesley Thompson-Willie (c)
6:18.25
Women's lightweight events
LW1x   Switzerland
Pia Vogel
7:41.01  France
Bénédicte Dorfman-Luzuy
7:42.01  Argentina
Maria Gariosoain
7:44.40
LW2x  United States
Christine Collins
Sarah Garner
7:03.73  Germany
Claudia Blasberg
Karin Stephan
7:06.53  Romania
Angela Alupei-Tamas
Camelia Macoviviuc
7:09.45
LW4x  Germany
Nicole Faust
Anna Kleinz
Christine Morawitz
Valerie Viehoff
6:40.99  United States
Cassandra Cunningham
Sara Den Besten
Cesar Peirano
Lisa Schlenker
6:42.97  Greece
Chrysi Biskitzi
Angeliki Gkremou
Evangelia Kokkinou
Irini Zora
6:43.27
LW2-  Great Britain
Juliet Machan
Jo Nitsch
7:29.42  Argentina
Patricia Conte
Ana Urbano
7:32.51  United States
Michelle Borkhuis
Linda Muri
7:37.50

Medal table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Germany 5 5 0 10
2  Italy 3 3 3 9
3  Great Britain 3 1 0 4
4  United States 2 2 4 8
5  Australia 2 1 2 5
6  France 1 3 0 4
7  Romania 1 1 3 5
8   Switzerland 1 1 1 3
 Canada 1 1 1 3
10  Russia 1 1 0 2
11  Poland 1 0 1 2
 Denmark 1 0 1 2
13  New Zealand 1 0 0 1
 Ukraine 1 0 0 1
15  Czech Republic 0 1 1 2
 Netherlands 0 1 1 2
 Argentina 0 1 1 2
18  Croatia 0 1 0 1
 Norway 0 1 0 1
20  Chile 0 0 1 1
 Greece 0 0 1 1
 Sweden 0 0 1 1
 Yugoslavia 0 0 1 1
 Austria 0 0 1 1
Total 24 24 24 72

References[edit]

  1. ^ "1998 World Rowing Championships". International Rowing Federation. Archived from the original on 15 March 2016. Retrieved 18 March 2016.