2019 World Rowing Junior Championships

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2019 World Rowing Junior Championships
VenueSea Forest Waterway
LocationOdaiba, Tokyo Bay, Japan
Dates7–12 August

The 53rd World Rowing Junior Championships took place from 7 to 11 August 2019 at the Sea Forest Waterway, Odaiba (Tokyo Bay) in Tokyo, Japan.

Regatta venue[edit]

The regatta was held at the venue constructed for the 2020 Summer Olympic Games and Paralympic Games in Tokyo. The water is about 6 metres deep. The course is 2335 meters long and 198 meters wide. Each lane is 12.5 12.5 m wide. There are 8 lanes.[1]

Results[edit]

Men[edit]

Event Gold Silber Bronze
Single scull (JM1x)[2]  Belarus
Ivan Brynza
7:15.98  Belgium
Tristan Vandenbussche
7:18.92   Switzerland
Tim Roth
7:20.61
Double scull (JM2x)[3]  Australia
Hamish Henriques
Harrison Fox
6:32.81  Germany
Paul Krüger
Aaron Erfanian
6:34.85  Italy
Matteo Sartori
Nicolò Carucci
6:36.62
Quad scull (JM4x)[4]  Germany
Elrond Kullmann
Paul Berghoff
Alexander Finger
Sören Henkel
6:09.96  Italy
Lorenzo Manigrasso
Leonardo Tedoldi
Jacopo Mascitelli
Edoardo Rocchi
6:11.54  Russia
Vladimir Gayevskiy
Viktor Kovalev (rower)
Aleksandr Kovalskiy
Egor Grachev
6:13.18
Coxless pair (JM2-)[5]  Romania
Florin Arteni-Fîntînariu
Alexandru Gherasim
6:56.79  Italy
Achille Benazzo
Alessandro Bonamoneta
6:59.64  Germany
Kasper Virnekäs
Tom Tewes
7:00.23
Coxless four (JM4-)[6]  Germany
Mark Hinrichs
Hanno Brach
Bruno Spät
Cedric Wiemer
6:18.25  Great Britain
Oliver Parish
Joseph Middleton
Miles Beeson
Felix Rawlinson
6:19.75  Italy
Alessandro Gardino
Emilio Pappalettera
Giorgio Battigaglia
Simone Fasoli
6:21.08
Coxed four (JM4+)[7]  Germany
Erik Bruns
Frederik Breuer
Tjark Löwa
Ben Gebauer
Julius Fabry (cox)
6:32.41  South Africa
Nathan Fletcher
Brandon Janse van Vuuren
Daton Wolfaardt
Sebastian Prince
Bakang Zondi (cox)
6:32,71  China
Lin Ruida
Liu Wei
Xu Huawei
Zhang Lele
Yang Kun (cox)
6:33.90
Eight (JM8+)[8]  Germany
Leon Knaack
Leon Braatz
Jonas Huth
Jan Szymczak
Julian Garth
Nick Welzenbach
Erik Kohlbach
Ryan Smith
Florian Wünscher (cox)
6:12.10  United States
Jacob Hudgins
Savas Koutsouras
Travis Keating
James Patton
Ian Burnett (rower)
John Ozaeta
Gregoire le Meur
Harrison Schofield
Audrey Gates (cox)
6:16.50  Great Britain
Dominic Brown
Cameron Spiers
James Watson-Gandy
Henry Pearson
Maximillan Beekenkamp
Simon Nunayon
Connor Brown
Iwan Hadfield
Benjamin Ray (cox)
6:19.82

Women[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Championships Junior Rowing World 2019" (PDF). e Organising Championships Junior Rowing World 20. 2019. p. 6. Retrieved 14 August 2019.
  2. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Einer (JM1x)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  3. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Doppelzweier (JM2x)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  4. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: (JM4x)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  5. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Zweier ohne Steuermann (JM2-)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  6. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Vierer ohne Steuermann (JM4-)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  7. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Vierer mit Steuermann (JM4+)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.
  8. ^ "Junioren-Ruderweltmeisterschaften 2019: Achter (JM8+)". www.worldrowing.com. Weltruderverband. 11 August 2019.

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