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Encyclopedia > Rowing at the 1968 Summer Olympics

Rowing at the 1968 Summer Olympics featured 7 events, for men only. A coxless pair which is a sweep-oar boat. ... The 1968 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XIX Olympiad, were held in Mexico City in 1968. ...


Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single sculls Netherlands Henri Wienese
Netherlands (NED)
West Germany Jochen Meissner
West Germany (FRG)
Argentina Alberto Demiddi
Argentina (ARG)
Coxed four New Zealand New Zealand (NZL)
Richard Joyce
Ross Collinge
Dudley Storey
Warren Cole
Simon Dickie (cox)
East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Peter Kremtz
Manfred Gelpke
Roland Göbler
Klaus Jacon
Dieter Semetzky (cox)
Switzerland Switzerland (SUI)
Denis Oswald
Peter Bolliger
Hugo Waser
Jakob Grob
Gottlieb Fröhlich (cox)
Coxless pair East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Jörg Lucke
Heinz-Jörg Bothe
United States United States (USA)
Lawrence Hugh
Philip Johnson
Denmark Denmark (DEN)
Peter Christiansen
Ivan Larsen
Coxed pair Italy Italy (ITA)
Primo Baran
Renzo Sambo
Bruno Cipolla (cox)
Netherlands Netherlands (NED)
Herman Suselbeek
Hadrian Van Nes
Roderick Rijnders (cox)
Denmark Denmark (DEN)
Jorn Krab
Harry Jorgensen
Preben Krab (cox)
Coxless four East Germany East Germany (GDR)
Frank Forberger
Frank Rühle
Dieter Grahn
Dieter Schubert
Hungary Hungary (HUN)
Zoltan Melis
Jozsef Csermely
György Sarlos
Anta Melis
Italy Italy (ITA)
Renato Bosatta
Pie Conti Manzini
Tullio Baraglia
Abramo Albini
Double Sculls USSR USSR (URS)
Anatoly Sass
Alexander Timoshinin
Netherlands Netherlands (NED)
Henricus Droog
Leendert Van Dis
United States United States (USA)
John Nunn
William Maher
Eights West Germany West Germany (FRG)
Herts Mayer
Wolfgang Hottenrott
Dirk Schreyer
Egbert Hirschfelder
Rüdiger Henning
Joerg Siebert
Lutz Ulbricht
Nikolaus Ott
Günther Thiersch (cox)
Australia Australia (AUS)
Alfred Duval
David Douglas
Michael Morgan
John Ranch
Joseph Frazio
Gary Pierce
Peter Dickinson
Robert Shirlaw
Alan Grover (cox)
USSR USSR (URS)
Zugmas Jukna
Alexander Matryshkin
Antanas Bagdonavichus
Vitaulas Briedis
Vladimir sterlik
Valentin Kravchik
Lozopas Yagelavichus
Victor Suslin
Yury Lorentsson (cox)

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Events at the 1968 Summer Olympics (Mexico City)

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Tennis (demonstration) | Volleyball | Water polo | Weightlifting | Wrestling Rowing at the Summer Olympics has occurred since 1896. ... // Single Sculls Double Sculls Quadruple Sculls Coxless Pairs Coxless Fours Coxed Eights Lightweight, Double Sculls Lightweight, Coxless Fours See Also Olympic medalists in rowing (women) Rowing at the Summer Olympics References International Olympic Committee results database Olympic Rowing Medalists at HickokSports. ... // Single Sculls Double Sculls Quadruple Sculls Coxless Pairs Coxed Eights Lightweight, Double Sculls See Also Olympic medalists in rowing (men) Rowing at the Summer Olympics References International Olympic Committee results database Olympic Rowing Medalists at HickokSports. ... The 1968 Summer Olympics, officially known as the Games of the XIX Olympiad, were held in Mexico City in 1968. ... (Spanish: Ciudad de México, México D.F. or simply México, pronounced IPA: ) is the capital city of the nation of Mexico. ... Athletics Medal Winners at the 1968 Munich Olympics See also Olympic Games Summer Olympic Games 1976 Summer Olympics Categories: | | | ... The United States, coached by Henry Iba of Oklahoma State University, went 9-0. ... Final results for the Boxing competition at the 1968 Summer Olympics. ... Equestrian competitions at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico featured team and individual competitions in show jumping, eventing, and dressage. ... Final results for the Football competition at the 1968 Summer Olympics. ... Gymnastics at the 1968 Summer Olympics was represented by 14 events: 6 for women and 8 for men. ... The Modern Pentathlon at the 1968 Summer Olympics was represented by two events (both for men): Individual competition and Team competition. ... Dragon (23 Countries) Finn (36 Countries) Flying Dutchman (30 Countries) Star (20 Countries) 5. ... Shooting at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City comprised seven events, all open to both men and women. ... At the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, 29 events in swimming were contested. ...


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