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2001 Seville Rowing World Cup

June 14-16, 2001
Guadalquivir River, Seville, Spain
 

Men's Coxless Pair (M2-)

Pinsent and Cracknell of Great Britain, both gold medalists in the Sydney M4-, will take on the Skelin brothers from Croatia (bronze in Sydney M8+), and Carboncini from Italy's silver medal M4- in Sydney. The British pair won this event at the Princeton World Cup earlier this year. Volpenhein of the USA with gold medals at the 1998 and 1999 Worlds in the eight brings a new pair, and Visacki and Stojic are back for Yugoslavia (5th in Sydney in this event). Both could be surprise challengers.

FISA Biographies

Complete World Championships and Olympic records of Sydney Olympians competing at the 2001 Seville World Cup. For each year they competed in the Olympics or World Championships, that year is shown (e.g. 99 for 1999), followed by the event they were in and where they placed. For example, "99   4X   4" means the competitor finished Fourth in the Quadruple Scull event in 1999.

Double asterisks (**) indicate that the competitor did not compete in the Sydney 2000 Olympics.

An "R" in the results (last) column, means the competitor did not advance past the Repechage.

 
Argentina

ARG Damian Ordas 95       2x      26
      97 2+ 9
      98 2+ 5
      99 4+ 4
      99 2+ 3
  Walter Balunek **    

 
Belarus

BLR1      Aliaksandr Dzernavy **    
  Vadzim Lialin **    
BLR2 Allaksandr      Kalechka **    
  Aleh Maskaliou **    

 
Bulgaria

BUL Emilian Mladenov **    
  Ivan Minkov **    

 
Croatia

CRO Sinisa Skelin 95 8+ 13
      96 4- 7
      97 2+ 10
      98 4+ 2
      99 4- 15
      00 8+ 3
  Niksa Skelin 99 8+ 9
      00 8+ 3

 
Egypt

EGY1 Tarek HamedMohamedHamid 97 4- R
      98 4- 13
      99 4- 9
      00 4- 12
  Hamdy MohamedAhmedElKot 97 4- R
      98 4- 13
      00 4- 12
EGY2 ElBakry YehiaElBakryYehia **    
  Akram MohamedAbdalShafyAlySharaf   **  

 
France

FRA Vincent Millot **    
  Vincent Gazan **    

 
Great Britain

GBR James Cracknell 91 4- 7
      93 8+ 6
      94 8+ 8
      95 2X 10
      97 4- 1
      98 4- 1
      99 4- 1
      00 4- 1
  Matthew Pinsent 89 4+ 3
      90 2- 3
      91 2- 1
      92 2- 1
      93 2- 1
      94 2- 1
      95 2- 1
      96 2- 1
      97 4- 1
      98 4- 1
      99 4- 1
      00 4- 1

Comment on previous crew: Cracknell and Pinsent are from the famous UK men's coxless four which won the gold medal in Sydney, the third Olympic gold for Pinsent and the record-breaking fifth consecutive Olympic gold for Steve Redgrave.

 
Germany

GER1      Jan Herzog 99 8+ 10
      00 4- 11
  Ike Landvoigt 95 8+ 1
      96 4- 9
      97 8+ 5
      98 8+ 2
      99 8+ 10
      00 4- 11
GER2 Jan Westphalen **    
  Tobias Kuhne **    

 
Greece

GRE Nikos Pagounis **    
  Haralambos      Hristou **    

 
Italy

ITA Marco Petina 91 4+ 10
      93 2- 15
      94 2- 7
      95 2- 4
      96 2- 4
      97 4- 5
      98 8+ 5
      99 8+ 6
      00 8+ 4
  Lorenzo Carboncini 94 8+ 9
      95 4+ 3
      96 8+ 9
      97 2- 2
      98 4- 3
      99 4- 3
      00 4- 2

 
Russia

RUS Vladimir Volodenkov 94 8+ 7
      95 8+ 4
      97 8+ 6
      98 8+ 4
      99 8+ 3
      00 8+ 9
  Anton Tchermachentsev               95      8+      4
      97 8+ 6
      00 8+ 9

 
Slovenia

SLO Miha Pirih 99 2- 10
      00 2- 12
  Grega Sracnoek 99 2- 10
      00 2- 12

 
South Africa

RSA Ramon DiClimente 98 2- 11
      99 2- 7
      00 2- 6
  Donovan Cech 98 2- 11
      99 2- 7
      00 2- 6

 
Spain

ESP David Morales **    
  David LLambrich **    

 
United States

USA Bryan Volpenhein 98 8+ 1
      99 8+ 1
      00 8+ 5
  Jason Read **    

 
Yugoslavia

YUG Djordje Visacki 95 2- 19
      96 2+ -
      97 2+ 8
      98 2- 3
      00 2- 5
  Nikola Stojic 95 4+ 6
      96 4+ -
      97 2X 10
      98 2- 3
      99 1X 13
      00 2- 5

 

 

2001 Seville World Cup Index


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