2019 World Rowing Championships
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VenueLinz-Ottensheim
LocationOttensheim, Austria
Dates25 August – 1 September

The 2019 World Rowing Championships were held in Ottensheim, Austria from 25 August to 1 September 2019.[1] Apart from Ottensheim, the right to host the championships was contested by Hamburg in Germany, Račice in the Czech Republic, and Varese in Italy.[2]

The event determined the majority of qualifiers to the rowing competitions at the 2020 Summer Olympics and Paralympics in Tokyo, Japan.[3][4]

On 21 August, three days before the championships, para-rower Dzmitry Ryshkevich from Belarus died after he capsized during a training session. He was expected to participate in the PR1M1x at his third consecutive championships.[5]

Medal summary

Medal table

  *   Host nation (Austria)

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 New Zealand4206
2 Italy3429
3 China3104
4 Germany3036
5 Netherlands2439
6 Australia2338
7 Ireland2114
8 United States2024
9 Poland1214
10 Canada1113
11 Norway1012
12 Croatia1001
 Ukraine1001
14 Romania0202
 Russia0202
16 Denmark0112
 France0112
18 Hungary0101
 Japan0101
20 Great Britain0044
21 Brazil0011
 Israel0011
Totals (22 nations)26262577

[6]

  Non-Olympic/Paralympic classes

Men's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Openweight events
M1x[7]
details
Oliver Zeidler
 Germany
6:44.55 Sverri Sandberg Nielsen
 Denmark
6:44.58 Kjetil Borch
 Norway
6:44.84
M2x[8]
details
 China
Liu Zhiyu
Zhang Liang
6:05.68  Ireland
Philip Doyle
Ronan Byrne
6:06.25  Poland
Mirosław Ziętarski
Mateusz Biskup
6:07.87
M4x[9]
details
 Netherlands
Dirk Uittenbogaard
Abe Wiersma
Tone Wieten
Koen Metsemakers
5:51.75  Poland
Dominik Czaja
Wiktor Chabel
Szymon Pośnik
Fabian Barański
5:55.59  Italy
Filippo Mondelli
Andrea Panizza
Luca Rambaldi
Giacomo Gentili
5:56.11
M2−[10]
details
 Croatia
Martin Sinković
Valent Sinković
6:42.28  New Zealand
Thomas Murray
Michael Brake
6:45.47  Australia
Sam Hardy
Joshua Hicks
6:51.81
M4−[11]
details
 Poland
Mateusz Wilangowski
Mikołaj Burda
Marcin Brzeziński
Michał Szpakowski
6:09.86  Romania
Mihăiță Țigănescu
Mugurel Semciuc
Ștefan Berariu
Cosmin Pascari
6:11.41  Great Britain
Matthew Rossiter
Oliver Cook
Rory Gibbs
Sholto Carnegie
6:11.71
M8+[12]
details
 Germany
Johannes Weißenfeld
Laurits Follert
Christopher Reinhardt
Torben Johannesen
Jakob Schneider
Malte Jakschik
Richard Schmidt
Hannes Ocik
Martin Sauer
5:19.41  Netherlands
Bjorn van den Ende
Ruben Knab
Jasper Tissen
Simon van Dorp
Maarten Hurkmans
Bram Schwarz
Mechiel Versluis
Robert Lücken
Aranka Kops
5:19.96  Great Britain
Thomas George
James Rudkin
Josh Bugajski
Moe Sbihi
Jacob Dawson
Oliver Wynne-Griffith
Matthew Tarrant
Thomas Ford
Henry Fieldman
5:22.35
Lightweight events
LM1x[13]
details
Martino Goretti
 Italy
6:59.48 Péter Galambos
 Hungary
7:02.37 Sean Murphy
 Australia
7:04.55
LM2x[14]
details
 Ireland
Fintan McCarthy
Paul O'Donovan
6:37.28  Italy
Stefano Oppo
Pietro Ruta
6:39.71  Germany
Jonathan Rommelmann
Jason Osborne
6:41.07
LM4x[15]
details
 China
Zhang Zhiyuan
Chen Sensen
Lü Fanpu
Zeng Tao
5:53.63  Italy
Lorenzo Fontana
Alfonso Scalzone
Catello Amarante II
Gabriel Soares
5:55.01  Netherlands
Damion Eigenberg
David Kampman
Ward van Zeijl
Bart Lukkes
5:56.06
LM2−[16]
details
 Italy
Giuseppe Di Mare
Raffaele Serio
6:37.75  Russia
Nikita Bolozin
Maksim Telitsyn
6:42.07  Brazil
Vangelys Pereira
Emanuel Borges
6:45.28
Para-rowing events
PR1M1x[17]
details
Roman Polianskyi
 Ukraine
9:12.99 Aleksey Chuvashev
 Russia
9:19.43 Erik Horrie
 Australia
9:23.86
PR2M1x[18]
details
Corné de Koning
 Netherlands
8:42.78 Jeremy Hall
 Canada
8:47.44 Daniele Stefanoni
 Italy
9:11.55
PR3M2−[19]
details
 Canada
Kyle Fredrickson
Andrew Todd
7:16.42  Australia
William Smith
Jed Altschwager
7:17.83  France
Jérôme Hamelin
Laurent Viala
7:24.00

Women's events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Openweight events
W1x[20]
details
Sanita Pušpure
 Ireland
7:17.14 Emma Twigg
 New Zealand
7:20.56 Kara Kohler
 United States
7:22.21
W2x[21]
details
 New Zealand
Brooke Donoghue
Olivia Loe
6:47.17  Romania
Nicoleta Ancuța-Bodnar
Simona Radiș
6:48.55  Netherlands
Roos de Jong
Lisa Scheenaard
6:49.22
W4x[22]
details
 China
Chen Yunxia
Zhang Ling
Lü Yang
Cui Xiaotong
6:34.65  Poland
Agnieszka Kobus
Marta Wieliczko
Maria Springwald
Katarzyna Zillmann
6:36.59  Netherlands
Olivia van Rooijen
Inge Janssen
Sophie Souwer
Nicole Beukers
6:36.62
W2−[23]
details
 New Zealand
Grace Prendergast
Kerri Gowler
7:21.35  Australia
Jessica Morrison
Annabelle McIntyre
7:23.62  Canada
Caileigh Filmer
Hillary Janssens
7:26.52
W4−[24]
details
 Australia
Olympia Aldersey
Katrina Werry
Sarah Hawe
Lucy Stephan
6:43.45  Netherlands
Ellen Hogerwerf
Karolien Florijn
Ymkje Clevering
Veronique Meester
6:45.55  Denmark
Ida Jacobsen
Frida Sanggaard Nielsen
Hedvig Rasmussen
Christina Johansen
6:47.84
W8+[25]
details
 New Zealand
Ella Greenslade
Emma Dyke
Lucy Spoors
Kelsey Bevan
Grace Prendergast
Kerri Gowler
Elizabeth Ross
Jackie Gowler
Caleb Shepherd
5:56.91  Australia
Leah Saunders
Jacinta Edmunds
Bronwyn Cox
Georgina Rowe
Rosemary Popa
Annabelle McIntyre
Jessica Morrison
Molly Goodman
James Rook
5:59.63  United States
Felice Mueller
Kristine O'Brien
Meghan Musnicki
Dana Moffat
Olivia Coffey
Emily Regan
Gia Doonan
Erin Reelick
Katelin Guregian
6:01.93
Lightweight events
LW1x[26]
details
Marie-Louise Dräger
 Germany
7:43.98 Chiaki Tomita
 Japan
7:47.28 Madeleine Arlett
 Great Britain
7:49.82
LW2x[27]
details
 New Zealand
Zoe McBride
Jackie Kiddle
7:15.32  Netherlands
Marieke Keijser
Ilse Paulis
7:19.51  Great Britain
Emily Craig
Imogen Grant
7:21.38
LW4x[28]
details
 Italy
Giulia Mignemi
Greta Martinelli
Silvia Crosio
Arianna Noseda
6:34.00  China
Cheng Mengyin
Wu Qiang
Chen Fang
Yuan Xiaoyu
6:36.31  Germany
Fini Sturm
Vera Spanke
Leonie Pieper
Leonie Pless
6:37.72
LW2−[29]
details
 United States
Margaret Bertasi
Cara Stawicki
7:32.64  Italy
Sofia Tanghetti
Maria Ludovica Costa
7:34.20  Germany
Janika Kölblin
Marie-Christine Gerhardt
7:37.72
Para-rowing events
PR1W1x[30]
details
Birgit Skarstein
 Norway
10:18.83 Nathalie Benoit
 France
10:24.07 Moran Samuel
 Israel
10:30.19
PR2W1x[31]
details
Kathryn Ross
 Australia
9:37.30 Annika van der Meer
 Netherlands
9:56.84 Katie O'Brien
 Ireland
10:01.64
PR3W2−[32]
details
 United States
Molly Moore
Jaclyn Smith
8:06.51  Italy
Greta Muti
Maryam Afgei
9:20.71 None awarded

Mixed para-rowing events

Event Gold Silver Bronze
PR2Mix2x[33]
details
 Great Britain
Lauren Rowles
Laurence Whiteley
8:34.95  Netherlands
Annika van der Meer
Corne de Koning
8:37.78  France
Perle Bouge
Christophe Lavigne
9:02.60
PR3Mix2x[34]
details
 Russia
Valentina Zhagot
Evgenii Borisov
7:48.32  Austria
Johanna Beyer
David Erkinger
8:01.12  United States
Joshua Boissoneau
Pearl Outlaw
8:17.51
PR3Mix4+[35]
details
 Great Britain
Ellen Buttrick
Giedre Rakauskaite
James Fox
Oliver Stanhope
Erin Wysocki-Jones
7:09.54  United States
Alexandra Reilly
Charley Nordin
John Tanguay
Danielle Hansen
Karen Petrik
7:21.61  Italy
Cristina Scazzosi
Alessandro Brancato
Lorenzo Bernard
Greta Muti
Lorena Fuina
7:29.34

Event codes

single sculls double sculls quadruple sculls pair (coxless) four (coxless) coxed pair coxed four eight (coxed)
Men's M1x [7] M2x [8] M4x [9] M2−[10] M4−[11] M8+ [12]
Lightweight men's LM1x [13] LM2x [14] LM4x [15] LM2−[16]
PR1 men's PR1M1x [17]
PR2 men's PR2M1x [18]
PR3 men's PR3M2−[19]
Women's W1x [20] W2x [21] W4x [22] W2−[23] W4−[24] W8+ [25]
Lightweight women's LW1x [26] LW2x [27] LW4x [28] LW2−[29]
PR1 women's PR1W1x [30]
PR2 women's PR2W1x [31]
PR3 women's PR3W2−[32]
PR2 mixed PR2Mix2x [33]
PR3 mixed PR3Mix2x [34] PR3Mix4+ [35]
Para-rowing classification — PR1: arms & shoulders, PR2: trunk & arms, PR3: legs, trunk, arms

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