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Rowing at the 1992 Summer Olympics – Women's eight

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The women's eight competition at the 1992 Summer Olympics took place at took place at Lake of Banyoles, Spain.[1]

Competition format

The competition consisted of two main rounds (heats and finals) as well as a repechage. The 8 boats were divided into two heats for the first round, with 4 boats in each heat. The first-place boat in each heat (2 boats total) advanced directly to the "A" final. The remaining 6 boats were placed in the repechage. The repechage featured a single heat. The top 4 boats in the repechage advanced to the "A" final, while the remaining 2 boats (5th and 6th placers in the repechage) were sent to the "B" final.

The boats in the "A" final competed for medals and 4th through 6th place; the boats in the "B" final competed for 7th and 8th.[2]

All races were over a 2000 metre course.

Results

Heats

Heat 1

Rank Rowers Coxswain Nation Time Notes
1 Lesley Thompson  Canada 6:11.44 QA
2 Li Ronghua  China 6:14.99 R
3 Yasmin Farooq  United States 6:15.52 R
4 Lenka Kováčová  Czechoslovakia 6:31.54 R

Heat 2

Rank Rowers Coxswain Nation Time Notes
1 Daniela Neunast  Germany 6:11.70 QA
2 Yelena Medvedeva  Unified Team 6:15.04 R
3 Elena Georgescu  Romania 6:16.74 R
4 Alison Paterson  Great Britain 6:31.63 R

Repechage

Rank Rowers Coxswain Nation Time Notes
1 Elena Georgescu  Romania 6:10.98 QA
2 Li Ronghua  China 6:13.80 QA
3 Yasmin Farooq  United States 6:13.83 QA
4 Yelena Medvedeva  Unified Team 6:14.97 QA
5 Alison Paterson  Great Britain 6:18.99 QB
6 Lenka Kováčová  Czechoslovakia 6:22.59 QB

Finals

Final B

Rank Rowers Coxswain Nation Time
7 Alison Paterson  Great Britain 6:29.68
8 Lenka Kováčová  Czechoslovakia 6:31.12

Final A

Rank Rowers Coxswain Nation Time
1st place, gold medalist(s) Lesley Thompson  Canada 6:02.62
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Elena Georgescu  Romania 6:06.26
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Daniela Neunast  Germany 6:07.80
4 Yelena Medvedeva  Unified Team 6:09.68
5 Li Ronghua  China 6:12.08
6 Yasmin Farooq  United States 6:12.25

Final classification

The following rowers took part:[1]

Rank Rowers Country
1st place, gold medalist(s) Kirsten Barnes
Shannon Crawford
Megan Delehanty
Kathleen Heddle
Marnie McBean
Jessica Monroe
Brenda Taylor
Lesley Thompson
Kay Worthington
 Canada
2nd place, silver medalist(s) Viorica Neculai
Adriana Bazon
Maria Păduraru
Iulia Bulie
Doina Robu
Victoria Lepădatu
Doina Șnep-Bălan
Elena Georgescu
Ioana Olteanu
 Romania
3rd place, bronze medalist(s) Sylvia Dördelmann
Kathrin Haacker
Christiane Harzendorf
Daniela Neunast
Cerstin Petersmann
Dana Pyritz
Annegret Strauch
Ute Schell
Judith Zeidler
 Germany
Svitlana Fil
Marina Znak
Irina Gribko
Sarmīte Stone
Marina Suprun
Nataliya Stasyuk
Nataliya Grigoryeva
Yekaterina Kotko
Yelena Medvedeva
 Unified Team
Lin Zhiai
Ma Linqin
Pei Jiayun
He Yanwen
Liu Xirong
Liang Xiling
Cao Mianying
Zhou Shouying
Li Ronghua
 China
Tina Brown
Shannon Day
Betsy McCagg
Mary McCagg
Sarah Gengler
Tracy Rude
Kelley Jones
Diana Olson
Yasmin Farooq
 United States
Fiona Freckleton
Philippa Cross
Dot Blackie
Susan Smith
Kate Grose
Rachel Hirst
Kareen Marwick
Katharine Brownlow
Alison Paterson
 Great Britain
Lenka Zavadilová
Eliška Jandová
Renata Beránková
Martina Šefčíková
Sabina Telenská
Michaela Vávrová
Hana Žáková
Hana Dariusová
Lenka Kováčová
 Czechoslovakia

References

  1. ^ a b "Rowing at the 1992 Barcelona Summer Games: Women's Coxed Eights Sculls". Sports Reference. Archived from the original on 18 April 2020. Retrieved 15 September 2018.
  2. ^ Official Report, vol. 5, p. 335.
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