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11.8.2016 Olympische Spiele Rio

Heute wurde bei fast idealen Bedingungen (leichter Gegenwind) der erste Teil der Rudermedaillen vergeben.

Bericht world.rowing :

 A wide spread of medals characterized the first day of finals at the Rio 2016 Olympic Rowing Regatta in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Of the 18 medals awarded in the six finals contested, 15 countries featured.

Covering Europe, Africa and Oceania, the medal spread included two medals for the Polish women's team. Polish women rowers took their first medals at the London 2012 Olympic Games and, in Rio today, Magdalena Fularczyk and Natalia Madaj won Poland's first Olympic gold in women's rowing. Poland also took its first-ever Olympic medal in the women's quadruple sculls. The Polish crew led the favourites, Germany, for the majority of the race but Germany prevailed at the line earning Olympic gold; improving on their London Olympic silver. This gave Germany's Anne Katrine Thiele her third Olympic medal and first gold.

The German men made it a double gold day by also winning the men's quadruple sculls. The defending Olympic Champions, with three members of their 2012 crew on board, made no mistakes leading from start to finish in this Olympic final. Australia won silver and Estonia took bronze.

Croatia's Sinkovic brothers, Martin and Valent, scored gold in the men's double sculls - the first- ever Olympic rowing gold for Croatia. The second-placed double of Lithuania's Saulius Ritter and Mindaugas Griskonis was the best-ever result in Lithuanian Olympic rowing. This boat class also earned 40-year-old Olaf Tufte of Norway his fourth Olympic medal. Tufte and partner Kjetil Borch took bronze.

Denmark has now medalled at every Olympic Games since the lightweight men's four was added to the Olympic programme in 1996. The Danes finished second to Switzerland with France in third. For Switzerland it meant their first Olympic gold in rowing since 1996.

One of the most significant finals of the day was the men's pairs featuring New Zealand's Hamish Bond and Eric Murray. The New Zealand duo earned their 69th straight victory in the pair. They have not lost a race in this boat class since coming together in 2009. Bond and Murray also won at the London Olympics making them only the third pair ever to successfully defend their Olympic title. For silver medallists, South Africa, it meant an amazing comeback for Lawrence Brittain who overcame cancer to get to these Olympic Games. Brittain raced with Shaun Keeling. Italy won bronze.

A stunning day at the Rio 2016 Olympic Rowing Regatta on the iconic Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas saw rowing's blue riband boat classes -  the men's and women's single sculls and men's and women's eights - take races to breath-taking finishes and one Olympic Best Time.

Rio de Janeiro, 13 August 2016

A capacity crowd cheered on the best rowers in the world at Olympic rowing's final day of racing. A photo finish and an Olympic Best Time determined the men?s single sculls. New Zealand's Olympic Champion Mahe Drysdale was challenged by single sculling newcomer Damir Martin of Croatia to the very last stroke. The photo finish gave Drysdale gold and an Olympic Best Time. Martin, who is a silver medallist from London in the men's quadruple sculls, was just three centimeters (one inch) away in silver position, followed by 2015 World Champion Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic who took bronze.

Australia's Kimberly Brennan raced a bold race in the women's single sculls leading from the start and held off all competition until the finish line. Genevra Stone of the United States rowed to a silver medal and world bronze medallist Jingli Duan of China earned bronze.

United States women's eight made it three Olympic golds in a row today. The crew of Emily Regan, Kerry Simmonds, Amanda Polk, Lauren Schmetterling, Tessa Gobbo, Meghan Musnicki, Eleanor Logan, Amanda Elmore and Katelin Snyder continues the unbeaten record in this category since 2006 under the guidance of coach Tom Terhaar. The United States had to push through a fast-starting Canada to get in the lead. Great Britain took silver in the country's first-ever medal in this boat class and 2004 Olympic Champions Romania won bronze.

Finishing off the day of racing, Great Britain with Scott Durant, Tom Ransley, Andrew Triggs-Hodge, Matt Gotrel, Pete Reed, Paul Bennett, Matt Langridge, William Satch and Phelan Hill led from start to finish in the men's eight ahead of defending Olympic Champions Germany. The British last won gold in the eight in 2000. The Germans held on to silver with the Netherlands taking bronze.

Overall Great Britain topped rowing's medal table with three golds and two silvers from the 14 boat classes contested. Germany and New Zealand tied for second both winning two golds and a silver. Australia was fourth with one gold and two silvers and the Netherlands was fifth with one gold, one silver and one bronze.

Overall 21 countries won medals from the eight-day regatta that began on 6 August and went through two days of postponements due to windy weather that made the regatta course unrowable. Today was sunny with light winds to end the regatta on a high note.

For full results, race reports, live blog, photos and the medals table go

Männer Achter Finale A :

LM 4-   Leichtgewicht Männer Vierer o. Stm

SUI 06:20.510

DEN 06:21.970

FRA 06:22.850

ITA 06:25.520

NZL 06:28.140


M2-  Männer Zweier o. Stm

NZL 06:59.710

RSA 07:02.510 

ITA 07:04.520 

GBR 07:07.990 

FRA 07:09.910

AUS 07:11.60

M2x  Männer Doppelzweier

CRO 06:50.280

LTU 06:51.390 

NOR 06:53.250 

ITA 06:57.100 

GBR 07:01.250 

FRA 07:02.060

 M4x  Männer Doppelvierer

GER 06:06.810 

AUS 06:07.960 

EST 06:10.650 

POL 06:12.090 

GBR 06:13.080 

UKR 06:16.300

W2x  Frauen Doppelzweier

POL 07:40.100 

GBR 07:41.050 

LTU 07:43.760 

GRE 07:48.620 

FRA 07:52.030 

USA 08:06.180

W4x   Frauen Doppelvierer

GER 06:49.390 

NED 06:50.330 

POL 06:50.860 

UKR 06:56.090 

USA 06:57.670 

CHN 06:59.450

Freitag 12.8. :

 LM 2x   Leichtgewicht Männer Doppelzweier

FRA 06:30.700

IRL 06:31.230

NOR 06:31.390

RSA 06:33.290

USA 06:35.070

POL 06:42.000

LW 2x     Leichtgewicht Frauen Doppelzweier             

NED 07:04.730 2

CAN 07:05.880 3

CHN 07:06.490 4

NZL 07:10.610 5

RSA 07:11.260 6

IRL 07:13.090

 W2-   Frauen Zweier o. Stfr

GBR 07:18.290 2

NZL 07:19.530 3

DEN 07:20.710 4

USA 07:24.770 5

RSA 07:28.500 6

ESP 07:35.220

M4-  Männer Vierer o. Stm

 GBR 05:58.610

AUS 06:00.440

ITA 06:03.850

RSA 06:05.800

NED 06:08.380

CAN 06:15.930

M 1x   Männer Einer

NZL 06:41.340  !!!  Mahe Drysdale

CRO 06:41.340  !!! Damir Martin

CZE 06:44.100   Ondrej Synek

BEL 06:47.420

BLR 06:48.780

CUB 06:55.900

W1x  Frauen Einer

AUS 07:21.540  Kim Brennan

USA 07:22.920  Genevra Stone

CHN 07:24.130  Duan Jingli

 NZL 07:24.480

SUI 07:29.690

AUT 07:34.860  Magdalena Lobnig

W8+   Frauen Achter

USA 06:01.490

GBR 06:03.980 3

ROU 06:04.100

NZL 06:05.480

CAN 06:06.040

NED 06:08.370

M8+   Männer Achter

GBR 05:29.630

GER 05:30.960

NED 05:31.590

USA 05:34.230

POL 05:34.620

NZL 05:36.640


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