1986 World Rowing Championships

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1986 World Rowing Championships
Venue National Watersports Centre
Location Nottingham, United Kingdom
Dates 17 to 24 August

The 1986 World Rowing Championships were World Rowing Championships that were held from 17 to 24 August 1986 at Nottingham in the United Kingdom. [1] [2]

The World Rowing Championships is an international rowing regatta organized by FISA. It is a week-long event held at the end of the northern hemisphere summer and in non-Olympic years is the highlight of the international rowing calendar.

Nottingham City and unitary authority area in England

Nottingham is a city and unitary authority area in Nottinghamshire, England, 128 miles (206 km) north of London, 45 miles (72 km) northeast of Birmingham and 56 miles (90 km) southeast of Manchester, in the East Midlands.

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Medal summary

Looking at the open weight classes only, East Germany was the most successful nation (4 gold – 2 silver – 5 bronze) followed by the Soviet Union (3–2–2) and Romania (2–2–1). [3]

Men's events

Event:Gold:TimeSilver:TimeBronze:Time
M1x [4] Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Peter-Michael Kolbe
6:54.90Flag of Finland.svg  Finland
Pertti Karppinen
6:58.90Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Vasily Yakusha
7:00.13
M2x [5] Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Alberto Belgeri (b)
Igor Pescialli (s)
6:11.33Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
Tchavdar Radev (b)
Dimitar Kamburski (s)
6:32.22Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Andreas Hajek (b)
Uwe Heppner (s)
6:33.64
M4x [6] Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Valeriy Dosenko (b)
Sergey Kinyakin (2)
Mikhail Ivanov (3)
Igor Kotko (s)
5:47.41Flag of Poland.svg  Poland
Waldemar Wojda (b)
Mirosław Mruk (2)
Sławomir Cieślakowski (3)
Andżej Krzepiński (s)
5:49.51Flag of Canada.svg  Canada
Doug Hamilton (2) (b)
Robert Mills (3)
Paul Douma
Mel LaForme (s)
5:50.52
M2+ [7] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Andy Holmes (b)
Steve Redgrave (s)
Patrick Sweeney (c)
6:51.66Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Carmine Abbagnale (b)
Giuseppe Abbagnale (s)
Giuseppe Di Capua (c)
6:52.90Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Thomas Greiner (b)
Olaf Förster (s)
Udo Kühn (c)
6:54.58
M2- [8] Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Yuriy Pimenov (b)
Nikolay Pimenov (s)
6:42.37Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Marco Romano (b)
Pasquale Aiese (s)
6:44.52Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Dirk Rendant (b)
Mario Kliesch  (de ) (s)
6:44.70
M4+ [9] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Frank Klawonn (b)
Bernd Eichwurzel (2)
Bernd Niesecke (3)
Karsten Schmeling (s)
Hendrik Reiher (c)
6:03.81Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
Nigel Atherfold (b)
Bruce Holden (2)
Greg Johnston (3)
Chris White (s)
Andrew Bird (c)
6:05.77Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Doug Burden (b)
Chris Huntington (2)
Kurt Bausback (3)
John Walters (s)
Jon Fish (c)
6:08.58
M4- [10] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Ted Swinford (b)
Daniel Lyons (2)
John Riley (3)
Robert Espeseth (s)
6:03.53Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Norbert Keßlau (b)
Volker Grabow (2)
Jörg Puttlitz (3)
Guido Grabow (s)
6:03.63Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Jörg Timmermann (b)
Jens Luedecke (2)
Ralf Brudel (3)
Thomas-Robert Füting (s)
6:06.25
M8+ [11] Flag of Australia.svg  Australia
James Galloway (b)
Malcolm Batten (2)
Andrew Cooper (3)
Mike McKay (4)
Mark Doyle (5)
James Tomkins (6)
Ion Popa (7)
Stephen Evans (s)
Dale Caterson (c)
5:33.54Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Veniamin But (b)
Jonas Pinskus (2)
Aleksander Voloshin (3)
Mykola Komarov (4)
Pavlo Hurkovskiy (5)
Viktor Diduk (6)
Viktor Omeljanovitch (7)
Zigmantas Gudauskas (s)
Hryhoriy Dmytrenko (c)
5:37.61Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Jonathan Kissick (b)
John Smith (2)
Thomas Kiefer (3)
David Krmpotich (4)
John Terwilliger (5)
Edward Ives (6)
Kevin Still (7)
Andrew Sudduth (s)
Mark Zembsch (c)
5:38.20
Men's lightweight events
LM1x [12] Flag of Australia.svg  Australia
Peter Antonie
7:18.10Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Bjarne Eltang
7:18.12Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Glenn Florio
7:20.87
LM2x [13] Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Allan Whitwell (b)
Carl Smith (s)
6:41.73Flag of France.svg  France
Luc Crispon (b)
Thierry Renault (s)
6:44.76Flag of Canada.svg  Canada
Rob Haag (b)
Cam Harvey (s)
6:45.46
LM4- [14] Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Franco Pantano (b)
Dario Longhin (2)
Nerio Gainotti (3)
Mauro Torta (s)
6:18.26Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Christopher Bates (b)
Peter Haining (2)
Neil Staite (3)
Stuart Forbes (s)
6:20.79Flag of Spain.svg  Spain
Fernando Molina Castillo (b)
José María de Marco Pérez (2)
Carlos Muniesa (3)
Alberto Molina Castillo (s)
6:21.68
LM8+ [15] Flag of Italy.svg  Italy
Maurizio Losi (b)
Michele Savoia (2)
Vittorio Torcellan (3)
Massimo Lana (4)
Stefano Spremberg (5)
Carlo Gaddi (6)
Andrea Re (7)
Fabrizio Ravasi (s)
Massimo Di Deco (c)
5:44.63Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Thomas Güntermann (b)
Udo Hennig (2)
Detlef Glitsch (3)
Harald Galster (4)
Alwin Otten (5)
Frank Rogall (6)
Andreas Hobler (7)
Wolfgang Birkner (s)
Torsten Kreis (c)
5:46.58Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark
Jørn Jørgensen (b)
Kim Hagsted (2)
Morten Espersen (3)
Leif Jacobsen (4)
Michael Sørensen (5)
Flemming Jensen (6)
Vagn Nielsen (7)
Bent Fransson (s)
Stephen Masters (c)
5:50.05

Women's events

Event:Gold:TimeSilver:TimeBronze:Time
W1x [16] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Jutta Hampe
7:29.60Flag of Bulgaria.svg  Bulgaria
Magdalena Georgieva
7:32.22Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Antonina Dumcheva
7:35.08
W2x [17] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Sylvia Schwabe (b)
Beate Schramm (s)
6:57.71Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Veronica Cogeanu (b)
Elisabeta Lipă (s)
7:00.96Flag of New Zealand.svg  New Zealand
Robin Clarke (b)
Stephanie Foster (s)
7:03.35
W4x [18] Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Kerstin Pieloth (b)
Birgit Peter (2)
Kerstin Hinze (3)
Jana Sorgers (s)
6:13.91Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Anișoara Bălan (b)
Doina Robu (2)
Anișoara Sorohan (3)
Maricica Țăran (s)
6:20.56Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Marijke Zeekant (b)
Marjan Pentenga (2)
Nicolette Wessel (3)
Jos Compaan (s)
6:24.85
W2- [19] Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Rodica Arba (b)
Olga Homeghi (s)
7:12.20Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Galina Stepanova (b)
Marina Pegova (s)
7:17.06Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Kathrin Haacker (b)
Martina Walther (s)
7:18.84
W4+ [20] Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Doina Bălan (b)
Marioara Trașcă (2)
Chira Stoean (3)
Lucia Sauca (s)
Viorica Ioja (c)
6:43.86Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Kerstin Spittler (b)
Beatrix Schröer (2)
Corinna Scheid (3)
Carola Lichey (s)
Sylvia Müller (c)
6:48.46Flag of Canada.svg  Canada
Jane Tregunno (b)
Jennifer Walinga (2)
Christina Clarke (3)
Tricia Smith (s)
Lesley Thompson-Willie (c)
6:51.27
W8+ [21] Flag of the Soviet Union.svg  Soviet Union
Elena Tereshina (b)
Marina Suprun (2)
Saria Sakirova (3)
Yelena Pukhayeva (4)
Marina Znak (5)
Irina Teterina (6)
Lidiya Averyanova (7)
Vida Cesiūnaitė (s)
Valentina Khokhlova (c)
6:08.76Flag of East Germany.svg  East Germany
Gerlinde Doberschütz (b)
Anett Devantier (2)
Kathrin Dienstbier (3)
Ute Stange (4)
Anja Kluge (5)
Carola Hornig (6)
Annekathrin Fercho (7)
Ute Wild (s)
Daniela Neunast (c)
6:09.77Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Mihaela Armășescu (b)
Camelia Diaconescu (2)
Carolina Matei (3)
Adriana Chelariu (4)
Veronica Necula (5)
Livia Țicanu (6)
Florica Lavric (7)
Herta Anitaș (s)
Mariana Dorobantu (c)
6:11.26
Women's lightweight events
LW1x [22] Flag of Romania.svg  Romania
Maria Sava
7:33.28Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium
Rita De Fauw
7:35.24Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Angela Herron
7:37.11
LW2x [23] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Christine Ernst (b)
Carey Sands-Marden (s)
7:17.13Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Gillian Bond (b)
Carol Ann Wood (s)
Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands
Karin Hommers (b)
Ellen Meliesie (s)
7:19.12tie for second place
LW4- [24] Flag of the United States.svg  United States
Carolyn Mehaffey (b)
Sandy Kendall (2)
Mandy Kowal (3)
Ann Martin (s)
6:53.92Flag of the United Kingdom.svg  Great Britain
Alexa Forbes (b)
Gillian Hodges (2)
Lin Clark (3)
Judith Burne (s)
6:56.36Flag of Germany.svg  West Germany
Claudia Engels (b)
Ute Zobeley (2)
Sonja Petri (3)
Evelyn Herwegh  (de ) (s)
6:56.64

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