Item ID:402221277571
Seller ID: live.collection
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List Date: 04/13/2020
End Date: 04/24/2020
Category: Medals
Location: Petach Tikva
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Shipping from Europe with tracking number $121935 European Rowing Championships Jump to navigationJump to search1935 European Rowing ChampionshipsRowers giving a Nazi salute while placing a wreath on the Tomb of the Unknown SoldierVenueBerlin-Grünau Regatta CourseLocationGrünau, Berlin, GermanyDatesAugust← 1934 Lucerne1937 Amsterdam →The 1935 European Rowing Championships were rowing championships for men held on the Berlin-Grünau Regatta Course in the German capital of Berlin. The event was a test run for the rowing part of the 1936 Summer Olympics that were to be held at the same venue.[1] The rowers competed in all seven Olympic boat classes (M1x, M2x, M2-, M2+, M4-, M4+, M8+).Medal summaryRoger Verey from Poland won gold in single scullsEventGoldSilverBronzeCountry & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTimeCountry & rowersTimeM1x[2] Poland Roger Verey Switzerland Eugen Studach Austria Josef HasenöhrlM2x[3] Poland Roger Verey Jerzy Ustupski Nazi Germany Ralf Ritter Hubert Remagen France André Giriat Robert JacquetM2-[4][5] Hungary Károly Győry Tibor Mamusich Nazi Germany Paul Heyroth Erhard Schmidt Austria Rudolf Höpfler Camillo WinklerM2+[6] Italy Almiro Bergamo Guido Santin Luciano Negrini (cox) Nazi Germany Friedrich Devantier Wilhelm Tietz Werner Klatte (cox) Poland Stanisław Kuryłłowicz Witalis Leporowski Mieczysław Bącler (cox)M4-[7] Switzerland Hermann Betschart Hans Homberger Alex Homberger Karl Schmid Austria Hans Binder Wilhelm Pichler Camillo Winkler Rudolf Höpfler Italy Mario Lazzati Ermenegildo Manfredini Carlo Zuccaro Augusto RipamontiM4+[8] Nazi Germany Rudolf Eckstein Anton Rom Ernst Gaber Wilhelm Menne Johann Pfadenhauer (cox) France Marcel Chauvigné Jean Cosmat Marcel Vandernotte Fernand Vandernotte Noël Vandernotte (cox) Italy Valerio Perentin Giliante D'Este Nicolò Vittori Umberto Vittori Renato Petronio (cox)M8+[9] Hungary Pál Domonkos Imre Kapossy Antal Szendey Sándor von Korompay Gábor Alapy Frigyes Hollósi László Szabó Hugó Ballya Ervin Kereszthy (cox) Switzerland Hans Steiner Ernst Rufli Rudolf Homberger Max Schuler Hermann Betschart Hans Homberger Alex Homberger Karl Schmid August Hegetschweiler (cox) France Émile Lecuirot Bernard Batillat Henri Souharce Alphonse Bouton Daniel Guilbert R. Picot A. Desvergnes Guy Levret R. Léon (cox)

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