2011 European Rowing Championships

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2011 European Rowing Championships
LocationPlovdiv, Bulgaria
Dates16–18 September 2011
Competitors389 from 28 nations

The 2011 European Rowing Championships were the fifth edition of the European Rowing Championships, since they were reinstated by decision of FISA in 2006.[1] The event was held in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, between 16 and 18 September 2011. A total of 389 rowers (254 men and 135 women), representing 28 national federations, took part in 14 events – eight events less than those contested in the previous edition.[2]

Medal summary[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M2−  Greece (GRE)
Nikolaos Goudoulas
Apostolos Goudoulas
6:31.63  Italy (ITA)
Niccolò Mornati
Lorenzo Carboncini
6:34.26  Serbia (SRB)
Jovan Popović
Nikola Stojić
6:43.97
M2x  Lithuania (LTU)
Saulius Ritter
Rolandas Maščinskas
6:23.05  Serbia (SRB)
Marko Marjanović
Dušan Bogičević
6:24.90  Russia (RUS)
Artyom Kosov
Dmitry Khmylnin
6:25.87
M4−  Greece (GRE)
Stergios Papachristos
Ioannis Tsilis
Georgios Tziallas
Ioannis Christou
5:58.12  Belarus (BLR)
Vadzim Lialin
Dzianis Mihal
Stanislau Shcharbachenia
Aliaksandr Kazubouski
6:01.45  Italy (ITA)
Mario Paonessa
Francesco Fossi
Luca Agamennoni
Andrea Palmisano
6:06.10
M1x  Mindaugas Griškonis (LTU) 7:02.74  Falko Nolte (GER) 7:04.99  Mario Vekić (CRO) 7:08.17
LM2x  Italy (ITA)
Lorenzo Bertini
Elia Luini
6:28.83  Greece (GRE)
Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
6:31.84  Portugal (POR)
Pedro Fraga
Nuno Mendes
6:34.08
LM4−  Italy (ITA)
Daniele Danesin
Andrea Caianiello
Marcello Miani
Martino Goretti
6:02.68  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Vetesnik
Ondrej Vetesnik
Jiri Kopac
Miroslav Vraštil Jr.
6:05.63  Serbia (SRB)
Nemanja Nešić
Miloš Stanojević
Nenad Babović
Miloš Tomić
6:08.77
M4x  Russia (RUS)
Nikita Morgachyov
Aleksey Svirin
Igor Salov
Sergey Fedorovtsev
5:45.17  Estonia (EST)
Andrei Jämsä
Allar Raja
Tõnu Endrekson
Kaspar Taimsoo
5:47.07  Poland (POL)
Konrad Wasielewski
Wiktor Chabel
Kamil Zajkowski
Piotr Licznerski
5:51.00
M8+  Poland (POL)
Marcin Brzeziński
Rafał Hejmej
Dariusz Radosz
Piotr Hojka
Mikołaj Burda
Piotr Juszcazk
Krystian Aranowski
Michal Szpakowski
Daniel Trojanowski
5:37.38  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jiří Srna
Kornel Altman
David Szabó
Jan Pilc
Jakub Podrazil
Jakub Koloc
Petr Melichar
Matyáš Klang
Martin Šuma
5:39.38  Ukraine (UKR)
Anton Kholyaznykov
Viktor Hrebennikov
Ivan Tymko
Artem Moroz
Andriy Pryveda
Valentyn Kletskoy
Oleh Lykov
Sergiy Chykanov
Oleksandr Konovaliuk
5:39.63

Women[edit]

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W2−  Romania (ROU)
Camelia Lupașcu
Nicoleta Albu
7:29.22  Belarus (BLR)
Yuliya Bichyk
Natallia Helakh
7:31.50  Italy (ITA)
Claudia Wurzel
Sara Bertolasi
7:37.79
W2x  Ukraine (UKR)
Anastasiya Kozhenkova
Yana Dementyeva
7:06.17  Serbia (SRB)
Iva Obradović
Ivana Filipović
7:08.27  Czech Republic (CZE)
Lenka Antošová
Jitka Antosova
7:11.31
W1x  Miroslava Knapková (CZE) 7:52.03  Yuliya Levina (RUS) 7:58.37  Donata Vištartaitė (LTU) 8:02.46
LW2x  Greece (GRE)
Christina Giazitzidou
Alexandra Tsiavou
7:15.50  Great Britain (GBR)
Kathryn Twyman
Andrea Dennis
7:20.26  Italy (ITA)
Laura Milani
Enrica Marasca
7:24.88
W4x  Ukraine (UKR)
Svitlana Spiriukhova
Nataliia Huba
Tetiana Kolesnikova
Kateryna Tarasenko
6:32.75  Poland (POL)
Agnieszka Kobus
Karolina Gniadek
Sylwia Lewandowska
Natalia Madaj
6:35.30  Romania (ROU)
Cristina Ilie
Ioana Craciun
Camelia Lupașcu
Nicoleta Albu
6:41.61
W8+  Romania (ROU)
Maria Diana Bursuc
Ionelia Zaharia
Cristina Grigoraș
Irina Dorneanu
Adelina Cojocariu
Andreea Boghian
Roxana Cogianu
Eniko Mironcic
Teodora Gidoiu
6:14.98  Belarus (BLR)
Katsiaryna Shliupskaya
Marharyta Krechka
Volha Berazniova
Natallia Helakh
Hanna Nakhayeva
Tatsiana Kukhta
Yuliya Bichyk
Anastasiya Fadzeyenka
Yaroslava Pavlovich
6:20.52  Ukraine (UKR)
Oksana Golub
Ganna Gutsalenko
Olha Hurkovska
Nina Proskura
Olena Buryak
Svitlana Novichenko
Liubov Stashko
Anna Kontseva
Anna Gaidukova
6:23.82

Medal table[edit]

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Greece (GRE)3104
2 Italy (ITA)2136
3 Ukraine (UKR)2024
4 Lithuania (LTU)2013
 Romania (ROU)2013
6 Czech Republic (CZE)1214
7 Poland (POL)1113
 Russia (RUS)1113
9 Belarus (BLR)0303
10 Serbia (SRB)0224
11 Estonia (EST)0101
 Germany (GER)0101
 Great Britain (GBR)0101
14 Croatia (CRO)0011
 Portugal (POR)0011
Totals (15 nations)14141442

References[edit]

  1. ^ European Rowing Championships's history Archived 13 March 2009 at the Wayback Machine
  2. ^ "Entries by event" (PDF). 2011 European Rowing Championships. FISA. 15 September 2011. Retrieved 18 September 2011.

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