2004 World Rowing Championships

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2004 World Rowing Championships
Venue Lake of Banyoles
Location Catalonia, Spain
Dates 27 July to 1 August

The 33rd World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 27 July to 1 August 2004 in conjunction with the World Junior Rowing Championships on lake Banyoles in Catalonia, Spain.[1] Since 2004 was an Olympic year for rowing, the World Championships did not include Olympic events scheduled for the 2004 Summer Olympics.

Medal summary[edit]

Event: Gold: Time Silver: Time Bronze: Time
Men's Events
M4+  Italy
Lorenzo Carboncini (b)
Stefano Introzzi (2)
Edoardo Verzotti (3)
Valerio Massimo (s)
Alessandro Speranza (c)
6:11.53  Canada
Robert Weitemeyer (b)
Malcolm Howard (2)
Peter Dembicki (3)
Andrew Ireland (s)
Stephen Cheng (c)
06:11.55  United States
Andrew Brennan (b)
Paul Daniels (2)
Steve Coppola (3)
Josh Inman (s)
Marcus McElhenney (c)
6:11.97
M2+  Italy
Mattia Trombetta (b)
Mario Palmisano (s)
Luigi Longobardi (c)
6:54.46  Poland
Marcin Wika (b)
Piotr Basta (s)
Rafal Cholewinski (c)
6:55.63  Denmark
Gunnar Levring (b)
Morten Nielsen (s)
Jacob Neergaard (c)
6:56.12
LM1x  Germany
Peter Ording
7:03.04   Switzerland
Stephan Steiner
7:18.53  Ukraine
Oleksandr Serdiuk
7:05.93
LM4x  Italy
Franco Sancassani (b)
Alessandro Lodigiani (2)
Daniele Gilardoni (3)
Marcello Miani (s)
5:58.38  Canada
Jeff Bujas (b)
Scott Moore (2)
Matt Jensen (3)
Daniel Parsons (s)
5:58.57  Germany
Nils Budde (b)
Matthias Schömann-Finck (2)
Nils Ipsen (3)
Jens Wittwer (s)
6:01.43
LM2-  Denmark
Bo Helleberg (b)
Mads Kruse Andersen
6:40.29  Italy
Nicola Moriconi (b)
Salvatore Di Somma
6:40.59  Canada
Douglas Vandor (b)
Mike Lewis (s)
6:44.03
LM8+  France
Franck Solforosi (b)
Damien Margat (2)
Alexis Saitta (3)
Jérémy Pouge (4)
Franck Bussiere (5)
Vincent Faucheux (6)
Nicolas Planque (7)
Fabien Tilliet (s)
Nicolas Majerus (c)
5:42.49  Italy
Santino Faggioli (b)
Luigi Scala (2)
Bruno Pasqualini (3)
Giuseppe Del Gaudio (4)
Fabrizio Gabriele (5)
Stefano De Piccoli (6)
Livio La Padula (7)
Emanuele Federici (s)
Gianluca Barattolo (c)
5:43.88  Australia
George Roberts (b)
Sam Waley (2)
Ross Brown (3)
Kaspar Hebblewhite (4)
Thomas Gibson (5)
Tom Nicholls (6)
Tim Smith (7)
Samuel Beltz (s)
Marc Douez (c)
5:46.64
Women's Events
W4-  France
Marjolaine Rossit (b)
Celia Foulon (2)
Audrey Galy (3)
Marie Le Nepvou (s)
6:36.28  Russia
Valeriya Starodubrovskaya (b)
Yulia Inozemtseva (2)
Natalia Melnikova (3)
Vera Pochitaeva (s)
6:38:00  Belarus
Iryna Bazyleuskaya (b)
Natallia Lialina (2)
Tamara Samakhvalava (3)
Hanna Nakhayeva (s)
6:38:07
LW1x  Germany
Nina Gässler
7:38.51  Great Britain
Jo Hammond
7:40.22  Finland
Minna Nieminen
7:40.27
LW4x  China
Yanni Wang (b)
Yanping Deng (2)
Meiyun Tan (3)
Weijuan Zhou (s)
6:36.78  Canada
Gen Meredith (b)
Sheryl Preston (2)
Shona Mclaren (3)
Elizabeth Urbach (s)
6:40.86  United States
Maria Picone (b)
Mary Obidinski (2)
Julie Nichols (3)
Renee Hykel (s)
6:42.56

Medals table[edit]

Place Nation 1st, gold medalist(s) 2nd, silver medalist(s) 3rd, bronze medalist(s) Total
1  Italy 3 2 0 5
2  Germany 2 0 1 3
3  France 2 0 0 2
4  Denmark 1 0 1 2
5  China 1 0 0 1
6  Canada 0 3 1 4
7  Great Britain 0 1 0 1
 Russia 0 1 0 1
  Switzerland 0 1 0 1
 Poland 0 1 0 1
11  United States 0 0 2 2
12  Finland 0 0 1 1
 Belarus 0 0 1 1
 Ukraine 0 0 1 1
 Australia 0 0 1 1
Total 9 9 9 27

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