2001 Munich Rowing World Cup
July 13-15, 2001
jamcoworldrowers.com Presents FISA Biographies of Rowers
Competing At the Munich Rowing World Cup
JAMCO's jamcoworldrowers.com presents the Olympic and World Championship
biographies of those rowers who have been identified as of July
4, 2001, as competitors for the third meeting of the 2001 FISA World
Cup in Munich, Germany. Late entries listed by FISA after July 4
are excluded. JAMCO uses its proprietary international rowers database
to identify the records of rowers who compete at international regattas.
Additionally, we present JAMCO Race Bulletins of Final A races
of the Olympic-class boat events.
Index of Biographies
Please see additional notes, below.
Index of JAMCO Race Bulletins
- JAMCO Race Bulletins of the fourteen "A" finals graphically
portray the relative positions of each boat at each 500 meter
interval mark. In each of the last three 500 meter intervals,
JAMCO uses color coding to show which boats are getting closer
to the boats in first, second and third places during each of
- A gold boat is gaining on the first place boat. Often when
a boat turns "gold", it takes the lead in the next 500 meters.
- A cyan (light blue) boat is gaining on the second place
boat, but falling further behind the first place boat.
- A bronze (orange) boat is gaining on the third place boat,
but falling farther behind the first and second place boats.
- Many countries have entered more than one crew in the same event.
These are designated as GER1, GER2, etc. jamcoworldrowers.com uses
3 character abbreviations in its Race Bulletins. In these multiple
crews per country situations, jamcoworldrowers.com uses only the first
two letters of a country's FISA abbreviation, plus a number (1,
2 or 3), to designate these crews, e.g., for Germany the abbreviations
would be GE1 and GE2.
We have assigned numbers to these crews in the order each crew
has been listed by FISA, and those numbers may be different from
the numbers used with each crew when racing begins. We will adjust
our numbers accordingly at that time so that the biographies correspond
to the correct numbering of the crews.
- These biographies are only presented for competitors in the
14 Olympic class boat events. No previous Olympic or World Championship
appearances were found in the database for those competitors who
have a "**" following their names. To the extent we have missed
anyone who has competed in an Olympics or World Championships,
or erroneously reported information, please advise us and we will