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Rowing at the 1900 Summer Olympics

At the 1900 Summer Olympics in Paris, four events in rowing were contested, marking the introduction of the sport to the Olympic program. At the inaugural 1896 Games, the rowing competition was cancelled due to strong winds.

Rowing

Contents

  • Medal summary 1
  • Participating nations 2
  • Medal table 3
  • Trivia 4
  • References 5

Medal summary

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Single sculls
 Hermann Barrelet (FRA)  André Gaudin (FRA)   )GBR(
Coxed pair
 Mixed team (ZZX)[1]
Minerva Amsterdam
François Brandt
Roelof Klein
Hermanus Brockmann[2]
 France (FRA)
Société Nautique de la Marne
Lucien Martinet
René Waleff
unknown cox
 France (FRA)
Rowing Club Castillon
Carlos Deltour
Antoine Védrenne
Raoul Paoli
Coxed four[3]
 France (FRA)
Cercle de l'Aviron Roubaix
Henri Bouckaert
Jean Cau
Émile Delchambre
Henri Hazebrouck
Charlot
 France (FRA)
Club Nautique de Lyon
Georges Lumpp
Charles Perrin
Daniel Soubeyran
Émile Wegelin
unknown cox
 Germany (GER)
Favorite Hammonia
Wilhelm Carstens
Julius Körner
Adolf Möller
Hugo Rüster
Gustav Moths[4]
Max Ammermann
 Germany (GER)
Germania Ruder Club, Hamburg
Gustav Goßler
Oskar Goßler
Walter Katzenstein
Waldemar Tietgens
Carl Goßler
 Netherlands (NED)
Minerva Amsterdam
Coenraad Hiebendaal
Geert Lotsij
Paul Lotsij
Johannes Terwogt
Hermanus Brockmann
 Germany (GER)
Ludwigshafener Ruderverein
Ernst Felle
Otto Fickeisen
Carl Lehle
Hermann Wilker
Franz Kröwerath
Eight
 United States (USA)
Vesper Boat Club
William Carr
Harry DeBaecke
John Exley
John Geiger
Edwin Hedley
James Juvenal
Roscoe Lockwood
Edward Marsh
Louis Abell
 Belgium (BEL)
Royal Club Nautique de Gand
Jules De Bisschop
Prospère Bruggeman
Oscar De Somville
Oscar De Cock
Maurice Hemelsoet
Marcel Van Crombrugge
Frank Odberg
Maurice Verdonck
Alfred Van Landeghem
 Netherlands (NED)
Minerva Amsterdam
François Brandt
Johannes van Dijk
Roelof Klein
Ruurd Leegstra
Walter Middelberg
Hendrik Offerhaus
Walter Thijssen
Henricus Tromp
Hermanus Brockmann
  1. ^ Despite information from some sources DutchNews IOC continues attribute this medal to mixed team as it must be shown in IOC database IOC-DB-1, IOC-DB-2
  2. ^ Brockmann was the coxswain for the Dutch team in the semifinal, but not in the final. He is considered a gold medallist by the IOC and is listed in that organization's medal database.
  3. ^ Due to wrangling about who would be allowed to compete in the coxed four final, two finals were held for that competition. Both finals are considered Olympic championships by the International Olympic Committee.
  4. ^ The German team changed the coxswain after the semi-final. Gustav Moths participated only in the semi-final and Max Ammermann participated in the final. However, the IOC medal database credits the bronze medal only to Gustav Moths.

Participating nations

A total of 108 rowers from 8 nations competed at the Paris Games:

Medal table

 Rank  Nation Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  France (FRA) 2 3 1 6
2  Germany (GER) 1 0 2 3
3  United States (USA) 1 0 0 1
 Mixed team (ZZX) 1 0 0 1
5  Netherlands (NED) 0 1 1 2
6  Belgium (BEL) 0 1 0 1
7  Great Britain (GBR) 0 0 1 1

Trivia

In the coxed pair event, the winning Dutch crew decided, after losing their heat, that their coxswain was too heavy and they recruited a 7 year old French boy to steer the boat for the finals. The lad, name unknown, is believed to be the youngest Olympic medalist ever.

References

  • International Olympic Committee medal winners database
  • De Wael, Herman. Herman's Full Olympians: "Rowing 1900". Accessed 26 February 2006. Available electronically at [2].
  • Mallon, Bill (1998). The 1900 Olympic Games, Results for All Competitors in All Events, with Commentary. Jefferson, North Carolina: McFarland & Company, Inc., Publishers.  
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