2000 World Rowing Championships

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2000 World Rowing Championships
Venue Jarun
Location Zagreb, Croatia
Dates 1 to 6 August

The 29th World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 1 to 6 August 2000 in conjunction with the World Junior Rowing Championships in Zagreb, Croatia.[1] Since 2000 was an Olympic year for rowing, the World Championships did not include Olympic events scheduled for the 2000 Summer Olympics.

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M4+  United Kingdom
Rick Dunn (b)
Toby Garbett (2)
Graham Smith (3)
Steve Williams (s)
Alistair Potts (c)
6:16.81  United States
Ben Holbrook (b)
James Neil (2)
Garrett Klugh (3)
Ryan Torgerson (s)
Jeffrey Lindy (c)
6:18.53  Germany
Lars Erdmann (b)
Wolfram Huhn (2)
Lars Krisch (3)
Andreas Werner (s)
Joerg Dederding (c)
6:21.57
M2+  United States
Matthew Guerrieri (b)
Kurt Borcherding (s)
Nicholas Anderson (c)
7:07.15  Romania
Daniel Mastacan (b)
Nicolae Țaga (s)
Marin Gheorghe (c)
7:10.11  France
Vincent Maliszewski (b)
Bernard Roche (s)
Anthony Cornet (c)
7:10.66
LM1x  Czech Republic
Michal Vabrousek
7:21.32  Ireland
Sam Lynch
7:22.02  Slovakia
Lubos Podstupka
7:27.94
LM4x  Japan
Hitoshi Hase (b)
Takehiro Kubo (2)
Kazuaki Mimoto (3)
Daisaku Takeda (s)
6:06.43  Italy
Simone Forlani (b)
Daniele Gilardoni (2)
Franco Sancassani (3)
Mauro Baccelli (s)
6:08.84  Spain
Juan Luis Aguirre Barco (b)
Ruben Alvarez Hoyos (2)
Alberto Dominguez Lorenzo (3)
Juan Zunzunegui Guimerans (s)
6:09.34
LM2-  Canada
Ben Storey (b)
Edward Winchester (s)
6:49.55  United Kingdom
Peter Haining (b)
Nick Strange (s)
6:50.18  Denmark
Morten Hansen Skov (b)
Jesper Krogh (s)
6:50.26
LM8+  United States
Erik Miller (b)
David Mack (2)
John Cashman (3)
Gabe Winkler (4)
William Fedyna (5)
Martin Schwartz (6)
Angus Maclaurin (7)
Steve Warner (s)
Joshua Fien-Helfman (c)
5:55.04  United Kingdom
Phil Baker (b)
Matt Beechey (2)
James Brown (3)
Ned Kittoe (4)
Stephen Lee (5)
James McGarva (6)
Jim McNiven (7)
Tim Middleton (s)
Christian Cormack (c)
5:58.06  Australia
Andrew Black (b)
Shane Broad (2)
Andrew Butler (3)
Benjamin Ben Cureton (4)
Glen Loftus (5)
Karl Parker (6)
Matt Russel (7)
Michael Wiseman (s)
Kenneth Chan (c)
5:59.70
Women's Events
W4-  Belarus
Iryna Bazyleuskaya (b)
Natallia Helakh (2)
Olga Tratsevskaya (3)
Marina Znak (s)
6:44.90  Poland
Aneta Belka (b)
Honorata Motylewska (2)
Iwona Tybinkowska (3)
Iwona Zygmunt (s)
6:47.16  Romania
Mariorara Ciobanu-Popescu (b)
Crina Serediuc (2)
Doina Spircu-Craciun (3)
Aurica Barascu-Chirita (s)
6:49.90
LW1x  Finland
Laila Finska-Bezerra
8:13.50  Germany
Angelika Brand
8:20.53  Ireland
Sinead Jennings
8:24.30
LW2-  United Kingdom
Malindi Myers (b)
Miriam Taylor (s)
7:32.93  United States
Stacey Borgman (b)
Catherine Humblet (s)
7:35.80  Germany
Janet Raduenzel (b)
Gunda Reimers (s)
7:49.94
LW4x  Germany
Maja Darmstadt (b)
Michelle Darvill (2)
Anna Kleinz (3)
Karin Stephan (s)
6:54.16  Australia
Eliza Blair (b)
Sally Causby (2)
Amber Halliday (3)
Catriona Roach (s)
6:56.78  China
Meiyun Tan (b)
Yanni Wang (2)
Yue Sun (3)
Xiujuan Song (s)
6:58.21

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  United States 2 2 0 4
 United Kingdom 2 2 0 4
3  Germany 1 1 2 4
4  Japan 1 0 0 1
 Canada 1 0 0 1
 Finland 1 0 0 1
 Czech Republic 1 0 0 1
 Belarus 1 0 0 1
9  Australia 0 1 1 2
 Ireland 0 1 1 2
 Romania 0 1 1 2
12  Italy 0 1 0 1
 Poland 0 1 0 1
14  France 0 0 1 1
 China 0 0 1 1
 Spain 0 0 1 1
 Slovakia 0 0 1 1
 Denmark 0 0 1 1
Total 10 10 10 30

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