Rowing at the 2012 Summer Olympics – Men's lightweight double sculls

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Men's lightweight double sculls
at the Games of the XXX Olympiad
Venue Eton Dorney
Date 29 July – 4 August
Competitors 40 from 20 nations
Winning time 6:37.17
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Mads Rasmussen
Rasmus Quist Hansen
 Denmark
2nd, silver medalist(s) Zac Purchase
Mark Hunter
 Great Britain
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Storm Uru
Peter Taylor
 New Zealand
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The Men's lightweight double sculls competition at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London took place are at Dorney Lake which, for the purposes of the Games venue, is officially termed Eton Dorney.[1][2]

Schedule[edit]

All times are British Summer Time (UTC+1)

Date Time Round
Sunday, 29 July 2012 11:10 Heats
Tuesday, 31 July 2012 10:30 Repechages
Wednesday, 1 August 2012 09:50 Semifinals C/D
Thursday, 2 August 2012 10:50 Semifinals
Saturday, 4 August 2012 09:40 Final D
Saturday, 4 August 2012 10:10 Final C
Saturday, 4 August 2012 10:50 Final B
Saturday, 4 August 2012 12:10 Final

Results[edit]

Heats[edit]

First two of each heat qualify to the semifinals, remainder goes to the repechage.

Heat 1[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Pietro Ruta
Elia Luini
 Italy 6:35.72 Q
2 Pedro Fraga
Nuno Mendes
 Portugal 6:37.91 Q
3 Douglas Vandor
Morgan Jarvis
 Canada 6:42.59 R
4 Sandeep Kumar
Manjeet Singh
 India 6:56.60 R
5 Mohamed Nofel
Omar Al-Sabahi
 Egypt 6:59.57 R

Heat 2[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Zac Purchase
Mark Hunter
 Great Britain 6:36.29 Q
2 Storm Uru
Peter Taylor
 New Zealand 6:37.02 Q
3 Roderick Chisholm
Thomas Gibson
 Australia 6:47.33 R
4 Zhang Fangbing
Sun Jie
 China 6:57.67 R
5 Mario Cejas
Miguel Mayol
 Argentina 7:01.76 R

Heat 3[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Mads Rasmussen
Rasmus Quist Hansen
 Denmark 6:33.11 Q
2 Kristoffer Brun
Are Strandli
 Norway 6:34.00 Q
3 Manuel Suárez
Yunior Perez
 Cuba 6:36.31 R
4 Zsolt Hirling
Tamás Varga
 Hungary 6:36.90 R
5 Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
 Greece 6:42.13 R

Heat 4[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Stany Delayre
Jérémie Azou
 France 6:40.89 Q
2 Linus Lichtschlag
Lars Hartig
 Germany 6:49.44 Q
3 Kazushige Ura
Daisaku Takeda
 Japan 6:54.01 R
4 Rodolfo Collazo
Emiliano Dumestre
 Uruguay 6:58.63 R
5 Leung Chun Shek
Lok Kwan Hoi
 Hong Kong 6:59.52 R

Repechage[edit]

First two qualify to the semifinals.

Repechage 1[edit]

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
 Greece 6:31.13 Q
2 Zsolt Hirling
Tamás Varga
 Hungary 6:32.31 Q
3 Roderick Chisholm
Thomas Gibson
 Australia 6:34.29
4 Douglas Vandor
Morgan Jarvis
 Canada 6:36.03
5 Rodolfo Collazo
Emiliano Dumestre
 Uruguay 6:51.67
6 Mohamed Nofel
Omar Emira
 Egypt 6:57.06

Repechage 2[edit]

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Manuel Suarez Barrios
Yunior Perez
 Cuba 6:37.04 Q
2 Kazushige Ura
Daisaku Takeda
 Japan 6:39.81 Q
3 Zhang Fangbing
Sun Jie
 China 6:40.12
4 Leung Chun Shek
Lok Kwan Hoi
 Hong Kong 6:47.04
5 Mario Cejas
Miguel Mayol
 Argentina 6:48.21
6 Sandeep Kumar
Manjeet Singh
 India 6:54.20

Semifinals[edit]

Semifinals C/D[edit]

First three qualify to Final C, remainder to Final D.

Semifinal 1[edit]
Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Roderick Chisholm
Thomas Gibson
 Australia 7:06.24 Q
2 Mario Cejas
Miguel Mayol
 Argentina 7:06.24 Q
3 Leung Chun Shek
Lok Kwan Hoi
 Hong Kong 7:13.67 Q
4 Mohamed Nofel
Omar Emira
 Egypt 7:19.29
Semifinal 2[edit]
Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Douglas Vandor
Morgan Jarvis
 Canada 7:02.85 Q
2 Zhang Fangbing
Sun Jie
 China 7:09.39 Q
3 Rodolfo Collazo
Emiliano Dumestre
 Uruguay 7:11.20 Q
4 Sandeep Kumar
Manjeet Singh
 India 7:19.31

Semifinals A/B[edit]

First three qualify to Final A, remainder to Final B.

Semifinal 1[edit]
Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Mads Rasmussen
Rasmus Quist Hansen
 Denmark 6:33.25 Q
2 Storm Uru
Peter Taylor
 New Zealand 6:36.71 Q
3 Linus Lichtschlag
Lars Hartig
 Germany 6:37.44 Q
4 Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
 Greece 6:40.89
5 Pietro Ruta
Elia Luini
 Italy 6:41.17
6 Kazushige Ura
Daisaku Takeda
 Japan 6:48.61
Semifinal 2[edit]
Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Zac Purchase
Mark Hunter
 Great Britain 6:36.62 Q
2 Stany Delayre
Jérémie Azou
 France 6:37.29 Q
3 Pedro Fraga
Nuno Mendes
 Portugal 6:37.99 Q
4 Kristoffer Brun
Are Strandli
 Norway 6:39.59
5 Zsolt Hirling
Tamás Varga
 Hungary 6:42.81
6 Manuel Suarez Barrios
Yunior Perez
 Cuba 6:52.26

Finals[edit]

Final D[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Sandeep Kumar
Manjeet Singh
 India 7:08.39
2 Mohamed Nofel
Omar Emira
 Egypt 7:12.79

Final C[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Roderick Chisholm
Thomas Gibson
 Australia 6:44.40
2 Douglas Vandor
Morgan Jarvis
 Canada 6:46.62
3 Zhang Fangbing
Sun Jie
 China 6:49.39
4 Rodolfo Collazo
Emiliano Dumestre
 Uruguay 6:51.94
5 Mario Cejas
Miguel Mayol
 Argentina 6:53.71
6 Leung Chun Shek
Lok Kwan Hoi
 Hong Kong 7:00.01

Final B[edit]

Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1 Pietro Ruta
Elia Luini
 Italy 6:29.92
2 Eleftherios Konsolas
Panagiotis Magdanis
 Greece 6:31.71
3 Kristoffer Brun
Are Strandli
 Norway 6:32.82
4 Manuel Suarez Barrios
Yunior Perez
 Cuba 6:34.96
5 Zsolt Hirling
Tamas Varga
 Hungary 6:39.98
6 Kazushige Ura
Daisaku Takeda
 Japan 6:48.27

Final A[edit]

Winners Rasmussen and Quist
Rank Rowers Country Time Notes
1st, gold medalist(s) Mads Rasmussen
Rasmus Quist Hansen
 Denmark 6:37.17
2nd, silver medalist(s) Zac Purchase
Mark Hunter
 Great Britain 6:37.78
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Storm Uru
Peter Taylor
 New Zealand 6:40.86
4 Stany Delayre
Jérémie Azou
 France 6:42.69
5 Pedro Fraga
Nuno Mendes
 Portugal 6:44.80
6 Linus Lichtschlag
Lars Hartig
 Germany 6:49.07

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Rowing". London 2012 website. Archived from the original on 6 September 2012. Retrieved 10 May 2011.
  2. ^ "Rowing at the 2012 London Summer Games: Men's Lightweight Double Sculls". Sports Reference. Retrieved 29 September 2018.