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1988 World Junior Championships—
Milan Italy

 

1988 Programme Cover

Results - Men

Men's Junior Single Scull

E1: 1st CHN, 2nd SUI, 3rd USA , 4th FRG, 5th GRE, 6th IRL
E2: 1st ITA, 2nd AUS, 3rd FRA, 4th AUT, 5th POL
E3: 1st GDR, 2nd HUN, 3rd CUB, 5th JPN, 6th IND
R1: 1st AUS, 2nd USA , 3rd IRL, 4th POL, 5th JPN
R2: 1st SUI, 2nd AUT, 3rd CUB, 4th GRE
R3: 1st FRA, 2nd FRG, 3rd HUN, 4th IND
SF1: 1 st ITA, 2nd FRA, 3rd CHN, 4th HUN, 5th AUT, 6th USA
SF2: 1st GDR, 2nd AUS, 3rd SUI, 4th CUB, 5th IRL, 6th FRG
Final B: 7th AUT, 8th USA , 9th RFA, 10th CUB, 11th IRL, 12th HUN
Final: 1st ITA 5:05.60, 2nd AUS 5:07.24, 3rd GDR 5:10.85, 4th FRA 5:12.55, 5th SUI 5:14.52, 6th CHN 5:15.26

Day led off the start in the final but was passed by both the Italian and East German scullers. He then fought back capturing the German and then went after Soffici from Italy. He pulled back the margin and over rated the Italian in the process. However the Italian with the vocal support of the home crowd was too good on the day and won by 1.64 seconds.

Men's Junior Double Scull

Final: 1st URS, 2nd GDR, 3rd NED, 4th YUG, 5th BUL, 6th POL

Men's Junior Quad Scull

Final: 1st URS, 2nd GDR, 3rd BUL, 4th NED, 5th ITA, 6th FRA

Men's Junior Coxless Pair

Final; 1st GBR, 2nd GDR, 3rd URS, 4th FRG, 5th TCH, 6th FRA

Men's Junior Coxed Pair

Final: 1st ROM, 2nd TCH, 3rd GDR, 4th GBR, 5th FRG, 6th YUG

Men's Junior Coxless Four

Final: 1st ITA, 2nd FRA, 3rd GBR, 4th GDR, 5th TCH, 6th URS

Men's Junior Coxed Four

E1: 1st GDR, 2nd TCH, 3rd USA , 4th GBR, 5th CAN, 6th JPN
E2: 1st ITA, 2nd AUS, 3rd FRA, 4th URS, 5th HUN, 6th GRE
R1: 1st FRA, 2nd TCH, 3rd HUN, 4th GBR, 5th JPN
R2: 1st AUS, 2nd URS, 3rd USA , 4th CAN, 5th GRE
Final B: 7th USA, 8th CAN, 9th GBR, 10th HUN, 11th GRE, 12th JPN
Final: 1st GDR 4:30.25, 2nd FRA 4:33.39, 3rd ITA 4:34.22, 4th AUS 4:36.73, 5th URS 4:37.74, 6th TCH 4:42.79

The Australians probably had their best race in the semi-final and were not quite fast enough in the final. They were able to row through the Russians to fourth place in the final but were about two seconds off the pace to get a bronze.

Men's Junior Eight

Final: 1st GDR, 2nd FRA, 3rd USA , 4th URS, 5th FRG, 6th GBR

Australian Team

Men's Junior Single Scull – Silver

  • Jason Day (VIC)
  • Coach: John Day (VIC)

Men's Junior Coxed Four – Fourth

  • Bow: Michael Howard (QLD)
  • 2: Anthony Steinfort (QLD)
  • 3: Lyle Dhams (QLD)
  • Str: Michael Davies (QLD)
  • Cox: Ben Shaw (QLD)
  • Cch: John Rynne (QLD)

Women's Junior Single Scull – Eleventh

  • Jenny Hafey (QLD)
  • Cch: Ted Hale (QLD)

Women's Junior Four – Bronze

  • Bow: Gabrielle Menzies (VIC)
  • 2: Celia Paterson (VIC)
  • 3: Fleur Spriggs (VIC)
  • Str: Courtney Johnstone (QLD)
  • Cox: Georgia Green (VIC)
  • Cch: Peter Shakespear (ACT)

Manager: Robin Poke (ACT)
Doctor: Dr David Coles (ACT)
Selectors: William Hay - Chairman (SA), Don Croot (NSW), Simon Gillett (VIC), Reinhold Batschi (ACT)
Jury: James Harvey (VIC) emergency

1988 Men's Junior Single Scull

Men's Junior Single Scull Jason Day

Results - Women

Women's Junior Single Scull

E1: 1st HUN, 2nd POL, 3rd AUT, 4th GBR, 5th KOR
E2: 1st URS, 2nd SUI, 3rd SWE, 4th JPN
E3: 1st GDR, 2nd YUG, 3rd CAN, 4th AUS
R: 1st GBR, 2nd AUS, 3rd JPN, KOR did not start
SF1: 1st URS, 2nd YUG, 3rd HUN, 4th AUT, 5th SWE, 6th JPN
SF2: 1st GDR, 2nd SUI, 3rd POL, 4th GBR, 5th CAN, 6th AUS
Final B: 7th AUT 5:54.07, 8th SWE 5:57.33, 9th GBR 5:57.83, 10th CAN 5:58.31, 11th AUS 5:59.16, 12th JPN 6:06.72
Final: 1st GDR 5:36.06, 2nd URS 5:48.31, 3rd HUN 5:52.73, 4th POL 5:55.30, 5th SUI 5:59.14, 6th YUG 6:02.51

Hafey was tentative in her heat and clearly needed a race to warm up to the Championships. She rowed through the repechage to the semi-final but could not make it into the A final. Hafey finished 5th in the B Final and 11th overall.

Women's Junior Double Scull

Final: 1st GDR, 2nd CHN, 3rd TCH, 4th DEN, 5th URS, 6th BUL

Women's Junior Quad Scull

Final: 1st GDR, 2nd TCH, 3rd URS, 4th ITA, 5th POL, 6th BUL

Women's Junior Coxless Pair

Final: 1st BUL, 2nd GDR, 3rd FRG, 4th FRA, 5th CHN, 6th URS

Women's Junior Four

E1: 1st GDR, 2nd AUS, 3rd URS, 4th FRA
E2: 1st ROM, 2nd BUL, 3rd HUN, 4th USA
R: 1st BUL, 2nd AUS, 3rd URS, 4th FRA, 5th HUN, 6th USA
Final B: 7th HUN, 8th USA
Final: 1st ROM 5:08.23, 2nd GDR 5:08.35, 3rd AUS 5:14.45, 4th BUL 5:19.53, 5th FRA 5:22.44, 6th URS 5:24.90

The Romanian crew was going to be unbeatable and the East Germans and Bulgarians had beaten the Australians in the preliminary races. Accordingly the Australians were on form due to come fourth. However the crew had different ideas and raced brilliantly to get a bronze. They were placed fourth after 500 metres and then rowed through the Bulgarians in the second 500 metres and then rowed further away for a bronze. Ahead of them was a great struggle between the Romanians and East Germans which resulted in a narrow win for the Romanians.

Women's Junior Eight

Final: 1st GDR, 2nd URS, 3rd FRG, 4th USA , 5th GBR, 6th BUL

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