2017 World Rowing Championships – Men's double sculls

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Men's double sculls
at the 2017 World Rowing Championships
VenueNathan Benderson Park
LocationSarasota, United States
Dates25 September – 1 October
Competitors40 from 20 nations
Winning time6:10.07
Medalists
gold medal    New Zealand
silver medal    Poland
bronze medal    Italy
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The men's double sculls competition at the 2017 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota took place in Nathan Benderson Park.[1]

Schedule[edit]

The schedule was as follows:[1]

Date Time Round
Monday 25 September 2017 11:14 Heats
Wednesday 27 September 2017 11:35 Repechages
Thursday 28 September 2017 09:40 Semifinals C/D
Friday 29 September 2017 10:05 Semifinals A/B
13:35 Final D
14:15 Final C
Sunday 1 October 2017 09:00 Final B
10:42 Final A

All times are Eastern Daylight Time (UTC-4)

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

The two fastest boats in each heat advanced directly to the A/B semifinals. The remaining boats were sent to the repechages.[2]

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Barnabé Delarze
Roman Röösli
  Switzerland 6:15.80 SA/B
2 Mindaugas Griškonis
Saulius Ritter
 Lithuania 6:17.43 SA/B
3 Ioan Prundeanu
Marian-Florian Enache
 Romania 6:25.14 R
4 Dzianis Mihal
Pilip Pavukou
 Belarus 6:30.28 R
5 Janier Concepción
Adrián Oquendo
 Cuba 6:45.01 R

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Mirosław Ziętarski
Mateusz Biskup
 Poland 6:13.54 SA/B
2 Matthieu Androdias
Hugo Boucheron
 France 6:14.65 SA/B
3 Kjetil Borch
Olaf Tufte
 Norway 6:19.91 R
4 Bram Schwarz
Nicolas van Sprang
 Netherlands 6:28.32 R
5 Matthew Buie
Conlin McCabe
 Canada 6:32.79 R

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 John Storey
Chris Harris
 New Zealand 6:17.89 SA/B
2 Georgi Bozhilov
Kristian Vasilev
 Bulgaria 6:22.72 SA/B
3 Ruben Steinhardt
Henrik Runge
 Germany 6:25.89 R
4 Sten-Erik Anderson
Juri-Mikk Udam
 Estonia 6:37.82 R
5 Diego Sánchez Sánchez
Juan Florez
 Mexico 6:39.56 R

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Graeme Thomas
Angus Groom
 Great Britain 6:14.29 SA/B
2 Filippo Mondelli
Luca Rambaldi
 Italy 6:15.61 SA/B
3 John Graves
Benjamin Davison
 United States 6:16.81 R
4 Rodrigo Murillo
Cristian Rosso
 Argentina 6:25.59 R
5 David Watts
Luke Letcher
 Australia 6:37.98 R

Repechages[edit]

The two fastest boats in each repechage advanced to the A/B semifinals. The remaining boats were sent to the C/D semifinals.[3]

Repechage 1[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Kjetil Borch
Olaf Tufte
 Norway 6:22.44 SA/B
2 Ioan Prundeanu
Marian-Florian Enache
 Romania 6:24.35 SA/B
3 Rodrigo Murillo
Cristian Rosso
 Argentina 6:29.96 SC/D
4 Diego Sánchez Sánchez
Juan Florez
 Mexico 6:35.86 SC/D
5 Janier Concepción
Adrián Oquendo
 Cuba 6:36.80 SC/D
6 Sten-Erik Anderson
Juri-Mikk Udam
 Estonia 6:44.63 SC/D

Repechage 2[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 John Graves
Benjamin Davison
 United States 6:18.97 SA/B
2 Bram Schwarz
Nicolas van Sprang
 Netherlands 6:19.11 SA/B
3 Matthew Buie
Conlin McCabe
 Canada 6:19.49 SC/D
4 Dzianis Mihal
Pilip Pavukou
 Belarus 6:24.50 SC/D
5 David Watts
Luke Letcher
 Australia 6:26.05 SC/D
6 Ruben Steinhardt
Henrik Runge
 Germany 6:28.16 SC/D

Semifinals C/D[edit]

The three fastest boats in each semi were sent to the C final. The remaining boats were sent to the D final.[4]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Rodrigo Murillo
Cristian Rosso
 Argentina 6:25.39 FC
2 Ruben Steinhardt
Henrik Runge
 Germany 6:26.61 FC
3 Dzianis Mihal
Pilip Pavukou
 Belarus 6:27.54 FC
4 Janier Concepción
Adrián Oquendo
 Cuba 6:30.46 FD

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Matthew Buie
Conlin McCabe
 Canada 6:26.81 FC
2 David Watts
Luke Letcher
 Australia 6:29.38 FC
3 Diego Sánchez Sánchez
Juan Florez
 Mexico 6:31.80 FC
4 Sten-Erik Anderson
Juri-Mikk Udam
 Estonia 6:37.00 FD

Semifinals A/B[edit]

The three fastest boats in each semi advanced to the A final. The remaining boats were sent to the B final.[4]

Semifinal 1[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Mirosław Ziętarski
Mateusz Biskup
 Poland 6:19.20 FA
2 Kjetil Borch
Olaf Tufte
 Norway 6:19.33 FA
3 Filippo Mondelli
Luca Rambaldi
 Italy 6:19.70 FA
4 Barnabé Delarze
Roman Röösli
  Switzerland 6:20.30 FB
5 Bram Schwarz
Nicolas van Sprang
 Netherlands 6:41.15 FB
6 Georgi Bozhilov
Kristian Vasilev
 Bulgaria 7:07.26 FB

Semifinal 2[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Matthieu Androdias
Hugo Boucheron
 France 6:15.39 FA
2 John Storey
Chris Harris
 New Zealand 6:16.33 FA
3 Mindaugas Griškonis
Saulius Ritter
 Lithuania 6:17.04 FA
4 Graeme Thomas
Angus Groom
 Great Britain 6:20.21 FB
5 Ioan Prundeanu
Marian-Florian Enache
 Romania 6:21.94 FB
6 John Graves
Benjamin Davison
 United States 6:32.15 FB

Finals[edit]

The A final determined the rankings for places 1 to 6. Additional rankings were determined in the other finals.[5]

Final D[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Janier Concepción
Adrián Oquendo
 Cuba 6:28.48
2 Sten-Erik Anderson
Juri-Mikk Udam
 Estonia 6:30.39

Final C[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Rodrigo Murillo
Cristian Rosso
 Argentina 6:13.50
2 Dzianis Mihal
Pilip Pavukou
 Belarus 6:14.00
3 Ruben Steinhardt
Henrik Runge
 Germany 6:16.52
4 Matthew Buie
Conlin McCabe
 Canada 6:17.11
5 David Watts
Luke Letcher
 Australia 6:17.93
6 Diego Sánchez Sánchez
Juan Florez
 Mexico 6:22.91

Final B[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time
1 Graeme Thomas
Angus Groom
 Great Britain 6:21.04
2 Barnabé Delarze
Roman Röösli
  Switzerland 6:21.34
3 John Graves
Benjamin Davison
 United States 6:26.37
4 Ioan Prundeanu
Marian-Florian Enache
 Romania 6:28.17
5 Georgi Bozhilov
Kristian Vasilev
 Bulgaria 6:31.44
6 Bram Schwarz
Nicolas van Sprang
 Netherlands 6:31.86

Final A[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) John Storey
Chris Harris
 New Zealand 6:10.07
2nd, silver medalist(s) Mirosław Ziętarski
Mateusz Biskup
 Poland 6:10.66
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Filippo Mondelli
Luca Rambaldi
 Italy 6:11.33
4 Mindaugas Griškonis
Saulius Ritter
 Lithuania 6:12.58
5 Kjetil Borch
Olaf Tufte
 Norway 6:15.31
6 Matthieu Androdias
Hugo Boucheron
 France 6:16.36

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS | Schedule By Event". World Rowing. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
  2. ^ "2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS | (M2x) Men's Double Sculls – Heat". World Rowing. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
  3. ^ "2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS | (M2x) Men's Double Sculls – Repechage". World Rowing. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
  4. ^ a b "2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS | (M2x) Men's Double Sculls – Semifinal". World Rowing. Retrieved 8 June 2018.
  5. ^ "2017 WORLD ROWING CHAMPIONSHIPS | (M2x) Men's Double Sculls – Final". World Rowing. Retrieved 8 June 2018.