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Lightweight Women's Quadruple Sculls

The Dutch lightweight quadruple sculls provided one of the highlights of the World Championships. For their home crowd Mirte Kraaijkamp, Lisa Wörner, Maaike Head and lse Paulis managed to fulfil the high expectations. They won gold in a new world record.

Other highlights were the gold medals won by Ondrej Synek and Emma Twigg in the single sculls. Another amazing feat were the two world titles by Hamish Bond and Eric Murray within 24 hours.

All results




Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

James Thompson, John Smith


Lightweight Men's Four

Jacob Larsen, Jacob Barsoe, Kasper Winther, Morten Joergensen


Men's Single Sculls

Ondrej Synek

Czech Republic

Men's Pair

Eric Murray, Hamish Bond

New Zealand

Men's Double Sculls

Martin Sinkovic, Valent Sinkovic


Men's Four

Pete Reed, Tom James, Alex Gregory, Andrew Triggs Hodge

Great Brittain

Men's Double Sculls

Artem Morozov, Olexander Nadtoka, Dmytro Mikhay, Ivan Dovgodko


Men's Eight

Matthew Tarrant, William Satch, Matthew Gotrel, Pete Reed, Paul Bennett, Tom Ransley, Nathaniel Reilly- O’Donnell, Phelan Hill, cox Constantine Louloudis

Great Brittain

Lightweight Women's Quadruple Sculls

Mirte Kraaijkamp, Lisa Wörner, Maaike Head en lse Paulis

The Netherlands

Women's Single Sculls

Emma Twigg

New Zealand

Women's Pair

Helen Glover, Heather Stanning

Great Brittain

Women's Double Sculls

Olympia Aldersey, Sally Kehoe


Women's Quadrupble Sculls

Carina Baer, Julia Lier, Annekatrin Thiele, Lisa Schmidla


Women's Eight

Megan Musnicki, Amanda Polk, Lauren Schmetterling, Grace Luczak, Caroline Lind, Eleanor Logan, Victoria Opitz, Katelin Snyer, cox Heidi Robbins

United States

All results


Facts & Figures

Facts & Figures


The Bosbaan

The 2014 World Championships took at the Bosbaan. The rowing course is 2300 meters long and 118 meters wide and is located in the Amsterdam Forest, not far from the centre of Amsterdam.

The Bosbaan was built in 1936 and is the oldest artificial rowing course in the world. In 2001 the historic race course was moder nized, deepened and widened from six to eight lanes, making it suitable for world championship racing.

The Bosbaan is also the location of the Dutch Olympic training centre, home to most Dutch racing crews and athletes from the AEGON National Rowing Team.

For the World Championships a temporary grandstand was built at the finish. Visitors were welcomed to the Aegon Fanzone with daily activities for your and old.