Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics – Men's lightweight coxless four

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Rowing at the
2004 Summer Olympics
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Men's lightweight coxless four was an event in Rowing at the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens Greece. The team from Denmark won the event. Four men were in each boat. The Rowing events were held at the Schinias Olympic Rowing and Canoeing Centre.

Medalists[edit]

Gold: Silver: Bronze:
Flag of Denmark.svg Denmark
Thor Kristensen
Thomas Ebert
Stephan Moelvig
Eskild Ebbesen
Flag of Australia.svg Australia
Glen Loftus
Anthony Edwards
Ben Cureton
Simon Burgess
Flag of Italy.svg Italy
Lorenzo Bertini
Catello Amarante
Salvatore Amitrano
Bruno Mascarenhas

Heats - 15 August[edit]

  • SF denotes qualification to semifinal
  • R denotes qualification to repechage

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1  Canada Iain Brambell, Jonathan Mandick, Gavin Hassett, Jon Beare 5:51.18 SF
2  Netherlands Gerard van der Linden, Ivo Snijders, Karel Dormans, Joeri de Groot 5:52.52 SF
3  Austria Juliusz Madecki, Sebastien Sageder, Bernd Wakolbinger, Wolfgang Sigl 5:54.07 SF
4  Serbia and Montenegro Veljko Urosevic, Nenad Babovic, Goran Nedeljkovic, Milos Tomic 5:56.12 R
5  Spain Mario Arranz Puente, Jesus Gonzalez Alvarez, Carlos Loriente Perez, Alberto Dominguez Lorenzo 6:11.70 R

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1  Denmark Thor Kristensen, Thomas Ebert, Stephan Moelvig, Eskild Ebbesen 5:50.72 SF
2  Italy Lorenzo Bertini, Catello Amarante, Salvatore Amitrano, Bruno Mascarenhas 5:52.17 SF
3  Germany Martin Mueller-Fackle, Axel Schuster, Stefan Locher, Andreas Bech 5:52.68 SF
4  Great Britain Mike Hennessy, Tim Male, Nick English, Mark Hunter 6:05.57 R

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Country Athletes Time Notes
1  Australia Glen Loftus, Anthony Edwards, Ben Cureton, Simon Burgess 5:50.24 SF
2  Ireland Richard Archibald, Eugene Coakley, Niall O'Toole, Paul Griffin 5:52.54 SF
3  United States Pat Todd, Matt Smith, Paul Teti, Steve Warner 5:54.68 SF
4  Russia Sergej Burkeev, Valerij Saritchev, Aleksandr Savkin, Aleksandr Zyuzin 5:55.67 R

Repechage - 17 August[edit]

  1.  Russia: Sergej Burkeev, Valerij Saritchev, Aleksandr Savkin, Aleksandr Zyuzin, 5:52.87 -> Semifinal A/B
  2.  Serbia and Montenegro: Veljko Urosevic, Nenad Babovic, Goran Nedeljkovic, Milos Tomic, 5:54.27 -> Semifinal A/B
  3.  Spain: Mario Arranz Puente, Jesus Gonzalez Alvarez, Carlos Loriente Perez, Alberto Dominguez Lorenzo, 5:56.15 -> Semifinal A/B
  4.  Great Britain: Mike Hennessy, Tim Male, Nick English, Mark Hunter, 5:58.80

Semifinals - 19 August[edit]

Semifinal A[edit]

  1.  Italy: Lorenzo Bertini, Catello Amarante, Salvatore Amitrano, Bruno Mascarenhas, 5:55.02 -> Final A
  2.  Australia: Glen Loftus, Anthony Edwards, Ben Cureton, Simon Burgess, 5:55.22 -> Final A
  3.  Canada: Iain Brambell, Jonathan Mandick, Gavin Hassett, Jon Beare, 5:57.44 -> Final A
  4.  Austria: Juliusz Madecki, Sebastien Sageder, Bernd Wakolbinger, Wolfgang Sigl, 5:58.73 -> Final B
  5.  Serbia and Montenegro: Veljko Urosevic, Nenad Babovic, Goran Nedeljkovic, Milos Tomic, 6:00.07 -> Final B
  6.  United States: Pat Todd, Matt Smith, Paul Teti, Steve Warner, 6:01.84 -> Final B

Semifinal B[edit]

  1.  Denmark: Thor Kristensen, Thomas Ebert, Stephan Moelvig, Eskild Ebbesen, 5:55.85 -> Final A
  2.  Netherlands: Gerard van der Linden, Ivo Snijders, Karel Dormans, Joeri de Groot, 5:57.47 -> Final A
  3.  Ireland: Richard Archibald, Eugene Coakley, Niall O'Toole, Paul Griffin, 5:58.89 -> Final A
  4.  Russia: Sergej Burkeev, Valerij Saritchev, Aleksandr Savkin, Aleksandr Zyuzin, 5:59.75 -> Final B
  5.  Germany: Martin Mueller-Fackle, Axel Schuster, Stefan Locher, Andreas Bech, 6:03.08 -> Final B
  6.  Spain: Mario Arranz Puente, Jesus Gonzalez Alvarez, Carlos Loriente Perez, Alberto Dominguez Lorenzo, 6:07.01 -> Final B

Finals[edit]

Final A - 22 August[edit]

  1.  Denmark: Thor Kristensen, Thomas Ebert, Stephan Moelvig, Eskild Ebbesen, 5:56.85
  2.  Australia: Glen Loftus, Anthony Edwards, Ben Cureton, Simon Burgess, 5:57.43
  3.  Italy: Lorenzo Bertini, Catello Amarante, Salvatore Amitrano, Bruno Mascarenhas, 5:58.87
  4.  Netherlands: Gerard van der Linden, Ivo Snijders, Karel Dormans, Joeri de Groot, 5:58.94
  5.  Canada: Iain Brambell, Jonathan Mandick, Gavin Hassett, Jon Beare, 6:07.04
  6.  Ireland: Richard Archibald, Eugene Coakley, Niall O'Toole, Paul Griffin, 6:09.33

Final B - 21 August[edit]

  1.  Serbia and Montenegro: Veljko Urosevic, Nenad Babovic, Goran Nedeljkovic, Milos Tomic, 6:19.00
  2.  Russia: Sergej Burkeev, Valerij Saritchev, Aleksandr Savkin, Aleksandr Zyuzin, 6:20.64
  3.  United States: Pat Todd, Matt Smith, Paul Teti, Steve Warner, 6:22.24
  4.  Austria: Juliusz Madecki, Sebastien Sageder, Bernd Wakolbinger, Wolfgang Sigl, 6:22.85
  5.  Germany: Martin Mueller-Fackle, Axel Schuster, Stefan Locher, Andreas Bech, 6:23.28
  6.  Spain: Mario Arranz Puente, Jesus Gonzalez Alvarez, Carlos Loriente Perez, Alberto Dominguez Lorenzo, 6:26.15

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