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Rowing At The 1968 Summer Olympics
Rowing at the 1968 Summer Olympics
1968 Summer Olympics
featured seven events, for men only
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Rowing At The Summer Olympics
Rowing at the Summer Olympics
Rowing at the Summer Olympics
has been part of the competition since its debut in the 1900 Summer Olympics. Rowing was on the program at the 1896 Summer Olympics
1896 Summer Olympics
but was cancelled due to bad weather.[1] Only men were allowed to compete until the women's events were introduced at the 1976 Summer Olympics
1976 Summer Olympics
in Montreal
Montreal
which gave national federations the incentive to support women's events and catalysed growth in women's rowing.[2] Lightweight rowing
Lightweight rowing
events (which have weight-limited crews) were introduced to the games in 1996. Qualifying for the rowing events is under the jurisdiction of the International Rowing Federation (or FISA, its French acronym)
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Renzo Sambo
Renzo Sambo
Renzo Sambo
(17 January 1942 – 10 August 2009)[1] was an Italian rower who had his best achievements in the coxed pairs, together with Primo Baran
Primo Baran
and coxswain Bruno Cipolla. They won a European title in 1967 and an Olympic gold in 1968.[2] Sambo then changed to the coxed fours, but with less success. During his career he won 15 national titles in various events. In retirement he worked as a coach with Circolo Ospedalieri Treviso, which organizes the Renzo Sambo
Renzo Sambo
Memorial Regatta since 2009.[2] References[edit]^ Renzo Sambo's obituary. ilmessaggero.it ^ a b "Renzo Sambo". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com
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Jörg Lucke
Jörg Lucke
Jörg Lucke
(born 7 January 1942) is a retired East German rower. He won a bronze medal in the eights at the 1966 World Championships and an Olympic gold medal in the coxless pairs in 1968. After that he competed in the coxed pairs with Wolfgang Gunkel. Together they won the European title in 1971, the Olympics gold medal in 1972, and the world title in 1975, placing second in 1974.[1][2][3] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Jörg Lucke.^ Rudern – Weltmeisterschaften Zweier mit Steuermann – Herren, Rudern – Europameisterschaften (Herren – Zweier m. Stm.). sports-reference.com ^ Jörg Lucke. sports-reference.com ^ Joerg LUCKE at FISA WorldRowing.com v t eOlympic rowing champions – Men's coxed pair1900: François Brandt, Roelof Klein
Roelof Klein
(cox. Hermanus Brockmann in the heat; unknown in the final) 1920: Ercole Olgeni, Giovanni Scatturin (cox
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Heinz-Jürgen Bothe
Heinz-Jürgen Bothe (born 5 November 1941) is a German rower who competed for East Germany
East Germany
in the 1968 Summer Olympics. He was born in Berlin. In 1968 he and his partner Jörg Lucke
Jörg Lucke
won the gold medal in the coxless pair event. References[edit]"Heinz-Jürgen Bothe". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC
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East Germany At The 1968 Summer Olympics
The modern Olympic Games
Olympic Games
or Olympics (French: Jeux olympiques[1][2]) are leading international sporting events featuring summer and winter sports competitions in which thousands of athletes from around the world participate in a variety of competitions. The Olympic Games
Olympic Games
are considered the world's foremost sports competition with more than 200 nations participating.[3] The Olympic Games
Olympic Games
are held every four years, with the Summer and Winter Games alternating by occurring every four years but two years apart. Their creation was inspired by the ancient Olympic Games, which were held in Olympia, Greece, from the 8th century BC to the 4th century AD. Baron Pierre de Coubertin
Pierre de Coubertin
founded the International Olympic Committee (IOC) in 1894, leading to the first modern Games in Athens in 1896
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Larry Hough
Lawrence Alan Hough (born April 4, 1944) is a retired American rower. He competed in coxless pairs at the 1968 and 1972 Olympics and won a silver medal in 1968. After graduating from Stanford University in 1966, Hough teamed with Tony Johnson. In 1967 they won the U.S., North American, Pan American, and European championships. Next year they won the national title and placed second at the 1968 Olympics. In 1969 they won another European title.[1][2] At the 1972 Olympics Johnson served as a coach, while Hough rowed with Dick Lyon; they placed ninth.[1] References[edit]^ a b c d e Larry Hough. sports-reference.com ^ Rudern – Europameisterschaften Herren: Zweier ohne Steuermann. sport-komplett.deThis article about a rowing Olympic medalist of the United States is a stub
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Tony Johnson (rower)
Philip Anthony Johnson (born November 16, 1940) is a retired American rower. He competed in coxless pairs at the 1964 and 1968 Olympics and won a silver medal in 1968. Johnson was born in Washington, D.C., and began his rowing career under the legendary Charlie Butt at Washington-Lee High School. He continued to row at Syracuse University
Syracuse University
and the Potomac Boat Club. At the 1964 Summer Olympics, he placed tenth together with James Edmonds. His breakthrough came in 1967, when, together with Larry Hough, he won the Pan American Games, the National Championship, the North American Championship, and the European Championship. Next year they placed second at the 1968 Olympics, and in 1969 won another European title.[1][2] Johnson graduated from Syracuse University,[1] and in 1972 served as an assistant U.S
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Peter Christiansen (rower)
Peter Fich Christiansen (born 4 April 1941) is a retired Danish rower who had his best achievements in the coxless pairs. In this event, he won two European medals, in 1964 and 1965 together with Hans Jørgen Boye;[1] they also finished in fifth place at the 1964 Summer Olympics. At the 1968 Games, Christiansen rowed with Ib Larsen and won a bronze medal. Four years later, he competed in the coxless fours and ended in sixth place.[2] References[edit]^ Rudern – Europameisterschaften (Herren – Zweier ohne Steuermann). sport-komplett.de ^ Peter Fich Christiansen. sports-reference.comThis article about a Danish Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis biographical article relating to Danish rowing is a stub
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Ib Larsen
Ib Ivan Larsen (born 1 April 1945) is a Danish rower who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics. He was born in Kongens Lyngby. In 1964 he was a crew member of the Danish boat which won the bronze medal in the coxless pairs competition. External links[edit]profileThis article about a Danish Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis biographical article relating to Danish rowing is a stub
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Denmark At The 1968 Summer Olympics
Denmark competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics in Mexico City, Mexico. 64 competitors, 60 men and 4 women, took part in 53 events in 11 sports.[1]Contents1 Medalists1.1 Gold 1.2 Silver 1.3 Bronze2 Athletics 3 Boxing 4 Canoeing 5 Cycling 6 Gymnastics 7 Modern pentathlon 8 Rowing 9 Sailing 10 Shooting 11 Swimming 12 Wrestling 13 ReferencesMedalists[edit] Gold[edit]Gunnar Asmussen, Per Lyngemark, Reno Olsen and Mogens Jensen — Cycling, Men's team pursuitSilver[edit]Niels Fredborg — Cycling, Men's 1000 metre time trial Mogens Jensen — Cycling, Men's individual pursuit Leif Mortensen — Cycling, Men's individual road race Aage Birch, Poul Richard Høj Jensen and Niels Markussen — Sailing, Men's Dragon classBronze[edit]Erik Hansen — Canoeing, Men's K-1 1000 metres Peter Christiansen and Ib Ivan Larsen — Rowing, Men's coxless pair Harry Jørgensen, Jørn Krab and Preben Krab — Rowing, Men's coxed PairAth
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Italy At The 1968 Summer Olympics
Italy
Italy
competed at the 1968 Summer Olympics
1968 Summer Olympics
in Mexico
Mexico
City, Mexico
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Primo Baran
Primo Baran
Primo Baran
(born 1 April 1943) is a retired Italian rower who had his best achievements in the coxed pairs, together with Renzo Sambo. They won a European title in 1967 and an Olympic gold in 1968.[2][3] Baran took rowing in 1962 and worked as a rowing coach after retiring from competitions.[1] References[edit]^ a b Primo Baran. worldrowing.com ^ "Primo Baran". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC.  ^ Rudern – Europameisterschaften (Herren – Zweier m. Stm.) sport-komplett.deExternal links[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Primo Baran. Primo Baran
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at FISA WorldRowing.com v t eOlympic rowing champions – Men's coxed pair1900: François Brandt, Roelof Klein
Roelof Klein
(cox. Hermanus Brockmann in the heat; unknown in the final) 1920: Ercole Olgeni, Giovanni Scatturin (cox
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Bruno Cipolla
Bruno Cipolla
Bruno Cipolla
(born 24 December 1952) is a retired Italian rowing coxswain who had his best achievements in the coxed pairs, together with Renzo Sambo
Renzo Sambo
and Primo Baran. They won a European title in 1967 and an Olympic gold medal in 1968, for which Cipolla received a car from the Fiat company. His career was interrupted for six months by a motorcycle accident after the Olympics. He retired in 1971.[1][2] References[edit]^ "Bruno Cipolla". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC.  ^ Rudern – Europameisterschaften (Herren – Zweier m. Stm.) sport-komplett.deExternal links[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Bruno Cipolla. Bruno Cipolla
Bruno Cipolla
at FISA WorldRowing.com v t eOlympic rowing champions – Men's coxed pair1900: François Brandt, Roelof Klein
Roelof Klein
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Bill Maher (rower)
William Patrick "Bill" Maher (born June 25, 1946) is an American rower who competed in the 1968 Summer Olympics, winning a bronze medal in the men's double sculls. In 1969, he rowed for the Vesper Boat Club.[1] He was born in Detroit, Michigan. In 1965, rowing for the Detroit
Detroit
Boat Club, he beat Donald Spero the best American single sculler in the National Rowing Championships. In 1967 he won the single again at the National Rowing Championships. In 1968 he won the bronze medal with his partner John Nunn in the double sculls event. In 1969, now rowing for the US Army at Vesper Boat Club, he won the single yet again, and then represented the US at the European Championships at Klagenfurt, Austria. Also at the US Nationals in 1969, he stroked the winning Vesper Quad, teaming with Paul Wilson, Bob Arlett, and Bob Montgomery. References[edit]^ "Yanks Nab Henley Rowing" The Palm Beach Post. July 5, 1969External links[edit]"Bill Maher"
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Herman Suselbeek
Herman Johan "Suus" Suselbeek (born 27 November 1943) is a retired rower from the Netherlands, who won the silver medal in the coxed pairs at the 1968 Summer Olympics, alongside Hadriaan van Nes
Hadriaan van Nes
and coxswain Roderick Rijnders.[1] References[edit]Wikimedia Commons has media related to Herman Suselbeek.^ Herman Suselbeek
Herman Suselbeek
Archived 17 October 2013 at the Wayback Machine.. sports-reference.comThis article about a Dutch Olympic medalist is a stub. You can help by expanding it.v t eThis biographical article relating to Dutch rowing is a stub
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