2017 European Rowing Championships

The 2017 European Rowing Championships were held in Račice, Czech Republic, between 24 and 28 May 2017.[1]

2017 European Rowing Championships
LocationRačice, Czech Republic
Dates24–28 May 2017

Medal summary

Men

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
M1x[2]  Ondřej Synek (CZE)6:48.13  Damir Martin (CRO)6:50.02  Stanislau Shcharbachenia (BLR)6:52.99
M2-[3]  Italy (ITA)
Matteo Lodo
Giuseppe Vicino
6:22.58  France (FRA)
Valentin Onfroy
Théophile Onfroy
6:25.96  Serbia (SRB)
Miloš Vasić
Nenad Beđik
6:27.68
M2x[4]  Italy (ITA)
Filippo Mondelli
Luca Rambaldi
6:20.92  Poland (POL)
Mirosław Ziętarski
Mateusz Biskup
6:22.10   Switzerland (SUI)
Barnabé Delarze
Roman Röösli
6:24.16
M4-[5]  Italy (ITA)
Marco Di Costanzo
Giovanni Abagnale
Matteo Castaldo
Domenico Montrone
5:54.52  Romania (ROU)
Cristian Ivascu
Vlad Dragoș Aicoboae
Marius Cozmiuc
Ciprian Tudosă
5:56.07  Russia (RUS)
Aleksandr Stradayev
Daniil Andrienko
Semen Yaganov
Grigoriy Shchulepov
5:56.86
M4x[6]  Lithuania (LTU)
Dovydas Nemeravičius
Martynas Džiaugys
Rolandas Maščinskas
Aurimas Adomavičius
5:44.65  Poland (POL)
Dominik Czaja
Dariusz Radosz
Wiktor Chabel
Adam Wicenciak
5:48.02  Italy (ITA)
Romano Battisti
Andrea Panizza
Giacomo Gentili
Emanuele Fiume
5:49.13
M8+[7]  Germany (GER)
Johannes Weißenfeld
Felix Wimberger
Max Planer
Torben Johannesen
Jakob Schneider
Malte Jakschik
Richard Schmidt
Hannes Ocik
Martin Sauer
5:28.03  Poland (POL)
Zbigniew Schodowski
Mateusz Wilangowski
Ryszard Ablewski
Robert Fuchs
Marcin Brzeziński
Bartosz Modrzyński
Mikołaj Burda
Michał Szpakowski
Daniel Trojanowski
5:30.91  Netherlands (NED)
Boaz Meylink
Kaj Hendriks
Tone Wieten
Roel Braas
Ruben Knab
Mechiel Versluis
Robert Lücken
Bjorn van den Eynde
Diederik van Engelenburg
5:31.05
Men's lightweight events
LM1x[8]  Michael Schmid (SUI)6:51.72  Péter Galambos (HUN)6:51.85  Niels Van Zandweghe (BEL)6:51.91
LM2-[9]  Ireland (IRL)
Mark O'Donovan
Shane O'Driscoll
6:32.34  Russia (RUS)
Nikita Bolozin
Aleksei Kiiashko
6:34.74  Italy (ITA)
Giuseppe Di Mare
Alfonso Scalzone
6:34.89
LM2x[10]  France (FRA)
Pierre Houin
Jérémie Azou
6:17.67  Ireland (IRL)
Gary O'Donovan
Paul O'Donovan
6:20.06  Italy (ITA)
Stefano Oppo
Pietro Ruta
6:20.36
LM4-[11]  Russia (RUS)
Maksim Telitcyn
Aleksandr Bogdashin
Alexander Chaukin
Aleksey Vikulin
6:08.09  Italy (ITA)
Matteo Pinca
Martino Goretti
Pierro Sfiligoi
Catello Amarante
6:08.23  Czech Republic (CZE)
Jan Hajek
Jan Vetešník
Jiří Kopáč
Milan Viktora
6:14.74

Women

Event Gold Time Silver Time Bronze Time
W1x[12]  Victoria Thornley (GBR)7:34.23  Ekaterina Karsten (BLR)7:34.92  Annekatrin Thiele (GER)7:35.79
W2-[13]  Romania (ROU)
Mădălina Bereș
Laura Oprea
7:00.53  Denmark (DEN)
Hedvig Rasmussen
Christina Johansen
7:04.36  Great Britain (GBR)
Karen Bennett
Holly Norton
7:06.65
W2x[14]  Czech Republic (CZE)
Kristýna Fleissnerová
Lenka Antošová
7:04.75  Netherlands (NED)
Lisa Scheenaard
Marloes Oldenburg
7:06.24  Italy (ITA)
Kiri Tontodonati
Stefania Gobbi
7:07.79
W4-*[15]  Romania (ROU)
Cristina-Georgiana Popescu
Alina Ligia Pop
Beatrice-Madalina Parfenie
Roxana Parascanu
6:51.64  Poland (POL)
Monika Ciaciuch
Joanna Dittmann
Anna Wierzbowska
Maria Wierzbowska
6:55.32  Netherlands (NED)
Willeke Vossen
Marleen Verburgh
Annemarie Bernhard
Lisanne Brandsma
6:59.23
W4x[16]  Germany (GER)
Daniela Schultze
Charlotte Reinhardt
Frauke Hundeling
Frieda Haemmerling
6:24.08  Netherlands (NED)
Olivia van Rooijen
Inge Janssen
Sophie Souwer
Nicole Beukers
6:25.63  Great Britain (GBR)
Bethany Bryan
Mathilda Hodgkins-Byrne
Jessica Leyden
Holly Nixon
6:26.54
W8+[17]  Romania (ROU)
Ioana Vrinceanu
Viviana-Iuliana Bejinariu
Mihaela Petrilă
Denisa Tîlvescu
Mădălina Bereș
Iuliana Popa
Adelina Cojocariu
Laura Oprea
Daniela Druncea
6:10.35  Netherlands (NED)
Veronique Meester
Aletta Jorritsma
Kirsten Wielaard
Lies Rustenburg
José van Veen
Ymkje Clevering
Karolien Florijn
Monica Lanz
Ae-ri Noort
6:12.86  Russia (RUS)
Julia Kalinovskaya
Valentina Plaksina
Anna Aksenova
Anna Karpova
Elena Oriabinskaia
Anastasia Tikhanova
Ekaterina Potapova
Alevtina Savkina
Evgenii Terekhov
6:16.05
Women's lightweight events
LW1x[18]  Emma Fredh (SWE)7:36.24  Denise Walsh (IRL)7:38.00  Patricia Merz (SUI)7:39.94
LW2x[19]  Poland (POL)
Weronika Deresz
Martyna Mikołajczak
6:58.55  Netherlands (NED)
Marieke Keijser
Ilse Paulis
7:02.56  Great Britain (GBR)
Katherine Copeland
Emily Craig
7:03.02

(*) Exhibition races

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Italy3148
2 Romania3104
3 Czech Republic2013
 Germany2013
5 Poland1405
6 Ireland1203
7 Russia1124
8 France1102
9 Great Britain1034
10  Switzerland1023
11 Lithuania1001
 Sweden1001
13 Netherlands0426
14 Belarus0112
15 Croatia0101
 Denmark0101
 Hungary0101
18 Belgium0011
 Serbia0011
Totals (19 nations)18181854

References

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