Rowing at the 1980 Summer Olympics

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Rowing at the 1980 Summer Olympics was represented by 14 events. It took place in the Man-made Basin, located at the Trade Unions Olympic Sports Centre (Krylatskoye district, Moscow). The rowing schedule began on 20 July and ended on 27 July.

Due to the American-led boycott some strong rowing nations were not present. In that situation East Germany dominated the competition: they won 14 medals, including 11 golds, from 14 events.

Medals[change | change source]

Pos Country: Gold: Silver: Bronze: Total:
1 Flag of East Germany.svg GDR 11 1 2 14
2 Flag of the Soviet Union.svg USSR 1 9 2 12
3 Flag of Romania (1965-1989).svg Romania 1 0 2 3
4 Flag of Finland.svg Finland 1 0 0 1
5 Bulgaria 0 1 3 4
6 Flag of the United Kingdom.svg Great Britain 0 1 2 3
7 Flag of Poland.svg Poland 0 1 1 2
Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.svg Yugoslavia 0 1 1 2
9 Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Czechoslovakia 0 0 1 1

Men's events[change | change source]

Four-oars with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Dieter Wendisch,Ullrich Diessner,Walter Diessner,Gottfried Dohn,Andreas Gregor GDR 6'14"51
2 Artur Garonskis,Dimant Krishianis,Dzintars Krishianis,Zhorzh Tikmers,Yuris Berzynsh USSR 6'19"05
3 Grzegorz Stellak,Adam Tomasiak,Grzegorz Nowak,Ryszard Stadniuk,Ryszard Kubiak Poland 6'22"52

Double sculls[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Joachim Dreifke,Klaus Kroppelien GDR 6'24"33
2 Zoran Pancic,Milorad Stanulov Yugoslavia 6'26"34
3 Zdenek Pecka,Vaclav Vochoska Czechoslovakia 6'29"07

Coxswainless pair-oars[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Bernd Landvoigt,Jörg Landvoigt GDR 6'48"01
2 Yury Pimenov,Nikolay Pimenov USSR 6'50"50
3 Charles Wiggin,Malcolm Carmichael Great Britain 6'51"47

Single sculls[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athlete Country Time
1 Pertti Karppinen Finland 7'09"61
2 Vasily Yakusha USSR 7'11"66
3 Peter Kersten GDR 7'14"88

Pair-oars with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Harald Jahrling,Friedrich-Wilhelm Ulrich,Georg Spohr GDR 7'02"54
2 Viktor Pereverzev,Gennady Kryuchkin,Aleksandr Lukyanov USSR 7'03"35
3 Dusko Mrduljas,Zlatko Celent,Josip Reic Yugoslavia 7'04"92

Coxswainless four-oars[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Jurgen Thiele,Andreas Decker,Stefan Semmler,Siegfried Brietzke GDR 6'08"17
2 Aleksei Kamkin,Valery Dolinin,Aleksandr Kulagin,Vitaly Yeliseyev USSR 6'11"81
3 John Beattie,Ian Monuff,David Townsend,Martin Cross Great Britain 6'16"58

Coxswainless quadruple sculls[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Frank Dundr,Karsten Bunk,Uwe Heppner,Martin Winter GDR 5'49"81
2 Yuri Shapochka,Yevgeny Barbakov,Valery Kleshnev,Nikolai Dovgan USSR 5'51"47
3 Mintcho Nikolov,Lubomir Petrov,Ivo Roussev,Bogdan Dobrev Bulgaria 5'52"38

Eight-oars with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Bernd Krauss,Hans-Peter Koppe,Ulrich Kons,Jorg Friedrich,Jens Doberschutz,Ulrich Karnatz,Uwe Duhring,Berno Hoing,Klaus-Dieter Ludwig GDR 5'49"05
2 Duncan McDougall,Allan Whitwell,Henry Clay,Chris Mahoney,Andrew Justice,John Pritchard,Malcolm McGowan,Richard Stanhope,Colin Moynihan Great Britain 5'51"92
3 Viktor Kokdshin,Andrey Tishchenko,Aleksandr Tkachenko,Jonas Pintskus,Jonas Normantas,Andrei Lugin,Aleksandr Mantsevich,Igor Maistrenko,Grigory Dmitrienko USSR 5'52"66

Women's events[change | change source]

Four-oars with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Ramona Kapheim,Silvia Frohlich,Angelika Noack,Romy Saalfeld,Kirsten Wenzel GDR 3'19"27
2 Ghinka Ghurova,Mariika Modeva,Rita Todorova,Iskra Velinova,Nadejda Filipova Bulgaria 3'20"92
3 Mariya Fadeyeva,Galina Sovetnikova,Marina Studneva,Svetlana Semyonova,Nina Cheremisina USSR 3'20"92

Double sculls[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Yelena Khloptseva,Larisa Popova USSR 3'16"27
2 Cornelia Linse,Heidi Westphal GDR 3'17"63
3 Olga Homeghi,Valeria Rosca Racila Romania 3'18"91

Coxswainless pair-oars[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Ute Steindorf,Cornelia Klier GDR 3'30"49
2 Malgorzata Dluzewska,Czeslawa Koscianska Poland 3'30"95
3 Siika Barboulova,Stoyanka Kubatova Bulgaria 3'32"39

Single sculls[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athlete Country Time
1 Sanda Toma Romania 3'40"69
2 Antonina Makhina USSR 3'41"65
3 Martina Schroter GDR 3'43"54

Quadruple sculls with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Subille Reinhardt,Jutta Ploch,Jutta Lau,Roswietha Zobelt,Liane Buhr GDR 3'15"32
2 Antonina Pustovit,Yelena Matievskaya,Olga Vasilchenko,Nadezhda Lyubimova,Nina Cheremisina USSR 3'15"73
3 Mariana Serbezova,Roumeliana Bontcheva,Doloress Nakova,Anka Bakova,Anka Gheorghieva Bulgaria 3'16"10

Eight-oars with coxswain[change | change source]

Final
Rank
Athletes Country Time
1 Martina Boesler,Kersten Neisser,Christiane Kopke,Birgit Schutz,Gabriele Kuhn,Ilona Richter,Marita Sandig,Karin Metze,Marina Wilke GDR 3'03"32
2 Olga Pivovarova,Nina Umanets,Nadezhda Prishchepa,Valentina Zhulina,Tatyana Stetsenko,Yelena Tereshina,Nina Preobrazhenskaya,Mariya Pazyun,Nina Frolova USSR 3'04"29
3 Angelica Aposteanu,Marlena Zagoni,Rodica Frintu,Florica Bucur,Rodica Puscatu,Ana lliuta,Maria Constantinescu,Elena Bondar,Elena Dobritoiu Romania 3'05"63

Note:country names are given in the form they were used in the official documents of the IOC in 1980.