1974 World Rowing Championships

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1974 World Rowing Championships
Venue Rotsee
Location Lucerne, Switzerland
DatesMen (4–8 September)
Women (29 August – 1 September) [1]

The 1974 World Rowing Championships was the fourth World Rowing Championships. It was held from 4 to 8 September 1974 (for men) and from 29 August to 1 September 1974 (for women) [2] on the Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland. The event was significantly extended from the 1970 edition, with the addition of both women's and lightweight men's events. Six women boat classes were added, three lightweight men classes, plus quad scull for men, increasing the number of boat classes from seven in 1970 to seventeen in 1974. This was also the last World Championships held on a quadrennial cycle – from this point, World Championships were held annually. [3] [4]

Contents

Medal summary

Medalists at the 1974 World Rowing Championships: [3] [4]

Men's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
Country & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTime
M1x [5] [6] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Wolfgang Hönig
7:20.11Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Jim Dietz
7:23.95Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Mykola Dovhan
7:24.74
M2x [7] [8] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Christof Kreuziger
Uli Schmied
6:35.95Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
Alf Hansen
Frank Hansen
6:38.34Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Chris Baillieu
Michael Hart
6:43.32
M4x [9] [10] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Joachim Dreifke
Götz Draeger
Rüdiger Reiche
Jürgen Bertow
6:04.01Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Mustafajew
Kochel
Yuriy Yakimov
Gennadi Korshikov
6:05.79Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia
Filip Koudela
Zdeněk Pecka
Miroslav Laholík
Jaroslav Hellebrand
6:08.12
M2- [11] [12] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Bernd Landvoigt
Jörg Landvoigt
6:59.09Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Ilie Oantă
Dumitru Grumecescu
7:03.99Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
Alfons Ślusarski
Zbigniew Ślusarski
7:04.64
M4- [13] [14] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Siegfried Brietzke
Andreas Decker
Stefan Semmler
Wolfgang Mager
6:19.20Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Raul Arnemann
Nikolay Kuznetsov
Sergei Posdejew
Anushavan Gassan-Dzhalalov
6:22.83Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Peter van Roye
Klaus Jäger
Bernd Truschinski
Reinhard Wendemuth
6:27.01
M2+ [15] [16] Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Vladimir Eshinov
Nikolay Ivanov
Aleksandr Lukyanov
7:21.90Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Wolfgang Gunkel
Jörg Lucke
Klaus-Dieter Neubert
7:27.86Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia
Oldřich Svojanovský
Pavel Svojanovský
Vladimír Petříček
7:29.93
M4+ [17] [18] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Andreas Schulz
Rüdiger Kunze
Ullrich Dießner
Walter Dießner
Wolfgang Groß
6:26.38Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Gennadi Moskowski
Alexander Pljuschkin
Vladimir Vasilyev
Anatoli Nemtyrjow
Igor Rudakov
6:27.34Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Hans-Johann Färber
Ralph Kubail
Peter-Michael Kolbe
Peter Niehusen
Uwe Benter
6:27.98
M8+ [19] [20] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Alan Shealy
Hugh Stevenson
Richard Cashin
Mark Norelius
John Everett
Mike Vespoli
Tim Mickelson
Kenneth Brown
David Weinberg
5:46.37Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Frederick Smallbone
John Yallop
Tim Crooks
Hugh Matheson
David Maxwell
Jim Clark
Bill Mason
Lenny Robertson
Patrick Sweeney
5:47.49Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
Tony Hurt
Danny Keane
Lindsay Wilson
Joe Earl
Trevor Coker
Alec McLean
Dave Rodger
Ross Blomfield
David Simmons
5:47.84
Lightweight events
LM1x [21] [22] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Bill Belden
7:33.72Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Harald Punt
7:36.80Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland
Reto Wyss
7:36.96
LM4- [23] [24] Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia
Campbell Johnstone
Andrew Michelmore
Geoffrey Rees
Colin Smith
6:38.12Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Los
Hans Pieterman
Jannes Bruyn
Hans Lycklama
6:43.26Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Andrew Washburn
Barry Selick
James Ehrmann
Peter Huntsman
6:43.48
LM8+ [25] [26] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Matthew Baldino
Joseph Gaynor
Ralph Nauman
David Harman
Eric Aserlind
Richard Ewing
Mick Feld
Richard Grogan
John Hartigan
6:15.25Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Cornelis Bos
L. Burghgraef
E. van der Snoek
W. Mulder
B. van Aken
G. van der Werff
Ch. Hoynck van Papendrecht
H. Hommen
M. van de Broek
6:17.54Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Uwe Barwig
Wolfgang Fritsch
Paul Lutz
Julius Nick
Lutz Kalmbacher
Michael Speth  [ de ]
Ekkehard Braun
Wolfgang Gabler
Willi Seyer
6:17.54

Women's events

EventGoldSilverBronze
Country & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTime
W1x [27] [28] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Christine Scheiblich
3:46.52Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Genovaitė Ramoškienė
3:52.38Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Christine Wasterlain  [ de ]
3:53.08
W2x [29] [30] Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Yelena Antonova
Galina Yermolayeva
3:24.00Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Astrid Hohl  [ de ]
Regine Adam
3:26.43Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Gisela Medefindt
Rita Schmidt
3:28.78
W4x+ [31] [32] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Roswietha Reichel
Ursula Wagner
Jutta Lau
Sybille Tietze
Liane Weigelt
3:19.81Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Ioana Tudoran
Elisabeta Lazăr
Doina Bardas
Teodora Boicu
Elena Giurcă
3:21.92Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Nadeschda Scherbak
Natalja Gorodilowa
Walentina Iwtschenkowa
Antonina Marischkina
Irina Moisejenko
3:22.64
W2- [33] [34] Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Marilena Ghita
Cornelia Neascu
3:43.12Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Renate Bänsch  [ de ]
Bergit Heinze
3:45.18Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Janina Tschigowskaja
Ruta Weinzerga
3:45.43
W4+ [35] [36] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Rosel Nitsche  [ de ]
Angelika Noack
Renate Schlenzig  [ de ]
Sabine Dähne
Christa Karnath  [ de ]
3:28.99Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Liesbeth Vosmaer-de Bruin
Ingrid Munneke-Dusseldorp
Myriam Steenman
Liesbeth de Graaff
M. Kraayenhof
3:31.19Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Marlena Predescu
Kabat
Avram
Chertic
Aneta Matei
3:32.71
W8+ [37] [38] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Henrietta Dobler
Helma Lehmann
Ilona Richter
Bianka Schwede
Brigitte Ahrenholz
Irina Müller
Gunhild Blanke
Doris Mosig
Sabine Brincker
3:04.82Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Nina Bystrova
Valentina Rubtsova
Nina Abramova
Sofia Shurkalova
Valentina Jermakova
Sergejewa
Vera Alexeyeva
Nina Filatova
Nina Frolova
3:05.05Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Elena Oprea
Florica Petcu
Georgeta Militaru
Cristel Wiener
Aurelia Marinescu
Luliana Balaban
Avram
Chertic
Aneta Matei
3:08.31

Event codes

single sculls double sculls quadruple sculls pair (coxless) four (coxless) coxed pair coxed four eight (coxed)
Men'sM1x [5] M2x [7] M4x [9] M2- [11] M4- [13] M2+ [15] M4+ [17] M8+ [19]
Lightweight men'sLM1x [21] LM4- [23] LM8+ [25]
Women'sW1x [27] W2x [29] W4x [31] W2- [33] W4+ [35] W8+ [37]

Medal table

Medals by country (including lightweight rowing events): [39] [40]

CountryGold medal icon.svg GoldSilver medal icon.svg SilverBronze medal icon.svg BronzeTotal
1Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany 102113
2Flag of the United States.svg  United States 3115
3Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union 25310
4Flag of Romania.svg  Romania 1225
5Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia 1001
6Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands 0404
7Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany 0134
8Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain 0112
9Flag of Norway.svg  Norway 0101
10Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia 0022
11Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium 0011
Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand 0011
Flag of Poland.svg  Poland 0011
Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland 0011
Total17171751

Finals

[41]

Event1st2nd3rd4th5th6th
M1xFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
M2xFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of Norway.svg  Norway Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
M4xFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
M2-Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
M4-Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
M2+Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of Italy.svg  Italy Flag of France.svg  France Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
M4+Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria Flag of the United States.svg  United States
M8+Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
LM1xFlag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of Switzerland.svg   Switzerland Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of Mexico.svg  Mexico
LM4-Flag of Australia (converted).svg  Australia Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of Sweden.svg  Sweden Flag of Norway.svg  Norway
LM8+Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 4 boats only
W1xFlag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of France.svg  France Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
W2xFlag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of Poland.svg  Poland Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
W4x+Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of Hungary.svg  Hungary
W2-Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czechoslovakia Flag of the United States.svg  United States Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
W4+Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Flag of France.svg  France Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
W8+Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union Flag of Romania.svg  Romania Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands Flag of Poland.svg  Poland

Great Britain

[42]

EventNotes
M1xN/Ano entry
M2x Chris Baillieu & Michael Hart (Leander)bronze medal in A final
M4xNational squad4th in B final
M2-N/Ano entry
M4- Leander unplaced
M2+N/Ano entry
M4+ Lady Margaret & London University 3rd in B final
M8+ Frederick Smallbone, John Yallop, Tim Crooks, Hugh Matheson, David Maxwell
Jim Clark, Bill Mason, Lenny Robertson, Patrick Sweeney cox, (Leander / Thames Tradesmen)
silver medal in A Final
LM1x Geoff Potts (Durham) 4th in A final
L4- Graeme Hall, Christopher Drury, Nicholas Tee, Daniel Topolski (Leander)1st in B in final
L8N/Ano entry
W1xAnn Corkunplaced
W2xN/Ano entry
W4x Jackie Darling (Civil Service Ladies), Pauline Bird (Weybridge Ladies),
Liz Lorrimer (Nottingham), Lorraine Baker (Derby), Karen Peer, cox (St George's Ladies)
unplaced
W2-Liz Monti & Lin Clark (Civil Service Ladies)3rd in B final
W4+ Chris Aistrop (Weybridge Ladies), Maggie Lambourn, Chris Grimes,
Clare Grove, Pauline Wright, cox (all Civil Service Ladies)
5th in B final
W8+N/Ano entry

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