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Encyclopedia > Rowing at the 2000 Summer Olympics

Final results for the Rowing events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: A coxless pair which is a sweep-oar boat. ... An event is something that takes place; an occurrence and arbitrary point in time. ... The Games of the XXVII Olympiad or the Millennium Olympics were the Summer Olympic Games held in 2000 in Sydney, Australia. ...


The event is probably most noted for Steve Redgrave's winning his fifth Olympic gold medal in as many games in the British men's coxless four. Sir Stephen Geoffrey Redgrave, or less formally Steve Redgrave, (born 23 March 1962 in Marlow, England), is a British rower who won a gold medal at five consecutive Olympic Games from 1984 to 2000, as well as an additional bronze medal in 1988. ...

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Men's Events

Single Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Rob Waddell (NZL) 6:48.90
Silver Xeno Müller (SUI) 6:50.55
Bronze Marcel Hacker (GER) 6:50.83

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Double Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Luka Špik & Iztok Čop (SLO) 6:16.63
Silver Olaf Tufte & Fredrik Bekken (NOR) 6:17.98
Bronze Giovanni Calabrese & Nicola Sartori (ITA) 6:20.49

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Lightweight Double Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Tomasz Kucharski & Robert Sycz (POL) 6:21.75
Silver Elia Luini & Leonardo Pettinari (ITA) 6:23.47
Bronze Pascal Touron & Thibaud Chapelle (FRA) 6:24.85

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Quadruple Sculls

Medal Team Time
Gold Agostino Abbagnale, Alessio Sartori, Rossano Galtarossa, Simone Raineri (ITA) 5:45.56
Silver Jochem Verberne, Dirk Lippits, Diederik Simon, Michiel Bartman (NED) 5:47.91
Bronze Marco Geisler, Andreas Hajek, Stephan Volkert, Andre Willms (GER) 5:48.64

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Pair without Coxswain

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Michel Andrieux & Jean-Christophe Rolland (FRA) 6:32.97
Silver Ted Murphy & Sebastian Bea (USA) 6:33.80
Bronze Matthew Long & James Tomkins (AUS) 6:34.26

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Four without Coxswain

Medal Team Time
Gold James Cracknell, Steve Redgrave, Tim Foster, Matthew Pinsent (GBR) 5:56.24
Silver Walter Molea, Riccardo Dei Rossi, Lorenzo Carboncini, Carlo Mornati (ITA) 5:56.62
Bronze James Stewart, Ben Dodwell, Geoffrey Stewart, Bo Hanson (AUS) 5:57.61

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Lightweight Coxless Four

Medal Team Time
Gold Laurent Porchier, Jean-Christophe Bette, Yves Hocde, Xavier Dorfmann (FRA) 6:01.68
Silver Simon Burgess, Anthony Edwards, Darren Balmforth, Robert Richards (AUS) 6:02.09
Bronze Søren Madsen, Thomas Ebert, Eskild Ebbesen, Victor Feddersen (DEN) 6:03.51

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Eight with Coxswain

Medal Team Time
Gold Andrew Lindsay, Ben Hunt-Davis, Simon Dennis, Louis Attrill, Luka Grubor, Kieran West, Fred Scarlett, Steve Trapmore, Rowley Douglas (GBR) 5:33.08
Silver Christian Ryan, Alastair Gordon, Nick Porzig, Robert Jahrling, Mike McKay, Stuart Welch, Daniel Burke, Jaime Fernandez, Brett Hayman (AUS) 5:33.88
Bronze Igor Francetic, Tihomir Frankovic, Tomislav Smoljanovic, Niksa Skelin, Sinisa Skelin, Kresimir Culjak, Igor Boraska, Branimir Vujevic, Silvijo Petrisko (CRO) 5:34.85

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Women's Events

Single Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Ekaterina Karsten (BLR) 7:28.14
Silver Rumyana Neykova (BUL) 7:28.15
Bronze Katrin Rutschow-Stomporowski (GER) 7:28.99

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Double Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Jana Thieme & Kathrin Boron (GER) 6:55.44
Silver Pieta van Dishoeck & Eeke van Nes (NED) 7:00.36
Bronze Birute Sakickiene & Kristina Poplavskaja (LTU) 7:01.71

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Lightweight Double Sculls

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Constanta Burcica & Angela Alupei (ROM) 7:02.64
Silver Valerie Viehoff & Claudia Blasberg (GER) 7:02.95
Bronze Christine Collins & Sarah Garner (USA) 7:06.37

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Quadruple Sculls

Medal Team Time
Gold Manja Kowalski, Meike Evers, Manuela Lutze, Kerstin Kowalski (GER) 6:19.58
Silver Guin Batten, Gillian Anne Lindsay, Katherine Grainger, Miriam Batten (GBR) 6:21.64
Bronze Oksana Dorodnova, Irina Fedotova, Ioulia Levina, Larisa Merk (RUS) 6:21.65

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Pair without Coxswain

Medal Athletes Time
Gold Georgeta Damian & Doina Ignat (ROM) 7:11.00
Silver Rachael Taylor & Kate Slatter (AUS) 7:12.56
Bronze Melissa Ryan & Karen Kraft (USA) 7:13.00

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Eight with Coxswain

Medal Team Time
Gold Georgeta Damian, Viorica Susanu, Ioana Olteanu, Veronica Cochela, Maria Magdalena Dumitrache, Elisabeta Lipa, Liliana Gafencu, Doina Ignat, Elena Georgescu (ROM) 6:06.44
Silver Anneke Venema, Carin Beek ter, Nelleke Penninx, Pieta van Dishoeck, Eeke van Nes, Tessa Appeldoorn, Marieke Westerhof, Elien Meijer, Martijntje Quik (NED) 6:09.39
Bronze Heather McDermid, Heather Davis, Dorota Urbaniak, Theresa Luke, Emma Robinson, Alison Korn, Laryssa Biesenthal, Buffy Alexander, Lesley Thompson (CAN) 6:11.58


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Events at the 2000 Summer Olympics (Sydney)

Archery | Athletics (track and field) | Badminton | Baseball | Basketball | Boxing | Canoeing | Cycling | Diving | Equestrian | Fencing | Football (soccer) | Gymnastics | Handball | Hockey | Judo | Modern Pentathlon | Rowing | Sailing | Shooting | Softball | Swimming | Synchronized Swimming | Table Tennis | Taekwondo | Tennis | Triathlon | Volleyball | Water Polo | Weightlifting | Wrestling The Games of the XXVII Olympiad or the Millennium Olympics were the Summer Olympic Games held in 2000 in Sydney, Australia. ... Sydney, the Emerald City or the Harbour City, is the state capital and most populous city of the Australian state of New South Wales, as well as Australias largest and oldest city (founded in 1788). ... Archery at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney consisted of four events. ... Athletics Medal Winners at the Sydney 2000 Olympics: Categories: | | ... Final results for the Badminton competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Mens Singles Mens Doubles Womens Singles Womens Doubles Mixed Doubles Categories: Badminton at the Olympics | 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Baseball had its third appearance as an official medal sport at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney. ... Final results for the Basketball competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Results Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events | Basketball at the Olympics ... Final results for the Boxing competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Light Flyweight (48 kg) Flyweight (51 kg) Bantamweight (54 kg) Featherweight (57 kg) Lightweight (60 kg) Light Welterweight (63. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 2 different Canoe/Kayak disciplines were contested: Flatwater and Slalom. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 3 different Bicycle racing disciplines were contested: Road cycling, Track cycling, and Mountain biking. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 8 Diving events were held: MENS EVENTS 10m Platform 3m Springboard Synchronized Diving, 10m Platform Synchronized Diving, 3m Springboard WOMENS EVENTS 10m Platform 3m Springboard Synchronized Diving, 10m Platform Synchronized Diving, 3m Springboard Categories: Diving at the Olympics | 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Equestrian events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: // Medals Individual Three-Day Event Team Three-Day Event Individual Dressage Team Dressage Individual Jumping Team Jumping Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, ten fencing events were contested. ... The football tournament at the 2000 Summer Olympics was the 20th official Olympic Games football tournament. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 3 different gymnastics disciplines were contested: Artistic gymnastics, Rhythmic gymnastics, and Trampolining. ... Final results for the Team Handball competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Men´s Tournament Womens Tournament Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Field Hockey competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: // Mens Tournament Group A Group B Mens Classification Matches 9th-12th place Mens Classification Matches 5th-8th place Mens Semifinals Mens Classification Match 11th-12th place Mens Classification Match 9th-10th place... Final results for the Judo events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: // MENS EVENTS Extra-Lightweight (-60 kg) Half-Lightweight (60-66 kg) Lightweight (66-73 kg) Half-Middleweight (73-81 kg) Middleweight (81-90 kg) Half-Heavyweight (90-100 kg) Heavyweight (+100 kg) WOMENS EVENTS Extra-Lightweight (-48... Final results for the Modern Pentathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics The team event was abolished from this convention and the womens individual match was newly introduced. ... Final results for the Sailing events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: // MENS EVENTS Sailboard (Mistral) Single-Handed Dinghy (Finn) Double-Handed Dinghy (470) WOMENS EVENTS Sailboard (Mistral) Single-Handed Dinghy (Europe) Double-Handed Dinghy (470) OPEN EVENTS Single-Handed Dinghy (Laser) High Performance Dinghy (49er) Two-Person Keelboat... Final results for the Shooting events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: // MENS EVENTS 10 m Air Pistol 10 m Air Rifle 10 m Running Target 25 m Rapid Fire Pistol 50 m Pistol 50 m Rifle (3 Positions) 50 m Rifle (Prone) Trap Petr Malek (left), of the Czech... Final results for the Softball competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 32 swimming events were contested. ... Final results for the Synchronized Swimming competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Duet Team Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Table Tennis competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Mens Singles Mens Doubles Womens Singles Womens Doubles Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Taekwondo events at the 2000 Summer Olympics: MENS EVENTS -58 kg 58-68 kg 68-80 kg +80 kg WOMENS EVENTS -49 kg 49-57 kg 57-67 kg +67 kg Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Tennis competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Andre Agassi (U.S.) was defending his title in the mens singles as was Lindsay Davenport (U.S.) in the womens singles event. ... The Triathlon at the 2000 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia was the debut of the triathlon at the Olympic Games. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, four volleyball events were contested. ... Final results for the Water Polo competition at the 2000 Summer Olympics: Mens Tournament Womens Tournament Categories: 2000 Summer Olympics events ... Final results for the Weightlifting events at the 2000 Summer Olympics. ... At the 2000 Summer Olympics, 2 different Wrestling disciplines were contested: Freestyle Wrestling and Greco-Roman Wrestling. ...


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