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Rowing at the 1988 Summer Olympics – Women's coxless pair

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Women's coxless pairs
at the Games of the XXIV Olympiad
VenueHan River Regatta Course
Date19–24 September
Competitors20 from 10 nations
Winning time7:28.13
Medalists
1st, gold medalist(s) Rodica Arba
Olga Homeghi
 Romania
2nd, silver medalist(s) Radka Stoyanova
Lalka Berberova
 Bulgaria
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Nikki Payne
Lynley Hannen
 New Zealand
← 1984
1992 →

The women's coxless pairs rowing competition at the 1988 Summer Olympics took place at the Han River Regatta Course in Seoul, Korea. The event was held from 19 to 24 September.

Background

The Romanian rower Rodica Arba had competed in the event since the 1981 season,[1] and dominated it—with different partners—since the 1984 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles,[2] where she won gold with Elena Horvat.[3] She gained the 1985 World Rowing Championships title with Horvat,[4] and won the 1986 and 1987 World Rowing Championships with Olga Homeghi.[5][6] Arba and Homeghi were the only team favoured to have a chance of winning the event at the 1988 Olympics.[2] The East German rowers were regarded as medal contenders, as they had gained medals in the event at the last three World Championships.[4][5][6] Canada were the reigning Pan American champions.[2]

Previous W2- competitions

Competition Gold Silver Bronze
1980 Summer Olympics[7]  East Germany  Poland  Bulgaria
1981 World Rowing Championships[1]  East Germany  Canada  Romania
1982 World Rowing Championships[8]  East Germany  Poland  Canada
1983 World Rowing Championships[9]  East Germany  Romania  Canada
1984 Summer Olympics[3]  Romania  Canada  West Germany
1985 World Rowing Championships[4]  Romania  United States  East Germany
1986 World Rowing Championships[5]  Romania  Soviet Union  East Germany
1987 World Rowing Championships[6]  Romania  East Germany  Soviet Union

Results

Heats

Heat 1

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Katrin Schröder
Kerstin Spittler
 East Germany 7:59.10 FA
2 Lynley Hannen
Nikki Payne
 New Zealand 8:02.39 R
3 Mara Keggi
Barbara Kirch
 United States 8:16.85 R
4 Marina Smorodina
Sarmīte Stone
 Soviet Union 8:23.68 R
5 Gong Jeong-bae
Lee Byeong-in
 South Korea 8:34.90 R

Heat 2

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Rodica Arba
Olga Homeghi
 Romania 7:42.53 FA
2 Radka Stoyanova
Lalka Berberova
 Bulgaria 7:48.68 R
3 Kirsten Barnes
Sarah Ann Ogilvie
 Canada 8:09.51 R
4 Alison Bonner
Kim Thomas
 Great Britain 8:14.52 R
5 Bettina Kämpf
Cordula Keller
 West Germany 8:19.76 R

Repechage

Heat 1

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Lynley Hannen
Nikki Payne
 New Zealand 7:59.93 FA
2 Marina Smorodina
Sarmīte Stone
 Soviet Union 8:07.67 FA
3 Kirsten Barnes
Sarah Ann Ogilvie
 Canada 8:11.49 FB
4 Bettina Kämpf
Cordula Keller
 West Germany 8:20.13 FB

Heat 2

Rank Rower Country Time Notes
1 Radka Stoyanova
Lalka Berberova
 Bulgaria 7:50.94 FA
2 Mara Keggi
Barbara Kirch
 United States 8:05.55 FA
3 Alison Bonner
Kim Thomas
 Great Britain 8:13.13 FB
4 Gong Jeong-Bae
Lee Byeong-In
 South Korea 8:18.62 FB

Finals

B final

Rank Rower Country Time
7 Kirsten Barnes
Sarah Ann Ogilvie
 Canada 8:09.10
8 Alison Bonner
Kim Thomas
 Great Britain 8:15.20
9 Bettina Kämpf
Cordula Keller
 West Germany 8:22.08
10 Gong Jeong-Bae
Lee Byeong-In
 South Korea 8:25.14

A final

Olga Homeghi (stroke) and Rodica Arba after winning gold at the 1988 Summer Olympics
Olga Homeghi (stroke) and Rodica Arba after winning gold at the 1988 Summer Olympics
Rank Rower Country Time
1st, gold medalist(s) Rodica Arba
Olga Homeghi
 Romania 7:28.13
2nd, silver medalist(s) Radka Stoyanova
Lalka Berberova
 Bulgaria 7:31.95
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Nikki Payne
Lynley Hannen
 New Zealand 7:35.68
4 Kerstin Spittler
Katrin Schröder
 East Germany 7:40.47
5 Sarmīte Stone
Marina Smorodina
 Soviet Union 7:53.19
6 Barbara Kirch
Mara Keggi
 United States 7:56.27

Notes

  1. ^ a b "(W2-) Women's Pair - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  2. ^ a b c Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Rowing at the 1988 Seoul Summer Games: Women's Coxless Pairs". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 21 November 2016.
  3. ^ a b Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Rowing at the 1984 Los Angeles Summer Games: Women's Coxless Pairs". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  4. ^ a b c "(W2-) Women's Pair - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  5. ^ a b c "(W2-) Women's Pair - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  6. ^ a b c "(W2-) Women's Pair - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 26 November 2016.
  7. ^ Evans, Hilary; Gjerde, Arild; Heijmans, Jeroen; Mallon, Bill. "Rowing at the 1980 Moskva Summer Games: Women's Coxless Pairs". Olympics at Sports-Reference.com. Sports Reference LLC. Retrieved 30 November 2016.
  8. ^ "Rudern - Weltmeisterschaften: Zweier ohne Steuerfrau" (in German). Sport-komplett.de. Retrieved 2 December 2016.
  9. ^ "(W2-) Women's Pair - Final". International Rowing Federation. Retrieved 30 November 2016.

References

  • Official Report of the Games of the XXIVth Olympiad Seoul, 1988 – Volume 1: Competition Summary and Results (in English and French). Seoul: Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee. 1989. OCLC 23924033.
  • Official Report of the Games of the XXIVth Olympiad Seoul, 1988 – Volume 2: Competition Summary and Results (in English and French). Seoul: Seoul Olympic Organizing Committee. 1989. OCLC 23924033.

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