Who won womens pairs rowing?

Rowing at the 2020 Summer Olympics – Women’s coxless pair

Women’s coxless pair at the Games of the XXXII Olympiad
Competitors 26 from 13 nations
Winning time 6:50.19
Grace Prendergast Kerri Gowler New Zealand Vasilisa Stepanova Elena Oriabinskaia ROC Caileigh Filmer Hillary Janssens Canada

Why was Olympic rowing Cancelled?

Tokyo 2020 Olympics organisers have cancelled two days of rowing with adverse weather conditions expected to hit Japan’s capital. It comes on the same day an extreme weather policy was activated in the tennis tournament.

Who won NZ’s first gold medal?

Read more… Jack Lovelock won New Zealand’s first Olympic athletics gold medal at the 1936 Berlin Olympics in a race witnessed by 120,000 spectators – including Adolf Hitler.

Who won NZ second gold medal?

Nico Porteous
Nico Porteous has claimed New Zealand’s second ever gold medal at the Winter Olympics, winning the men’s freeski halfpipe final in Beijing this afternoon. The Wanaka freeskier had an impeccable first run on the Olympic course, landing a thrilling combination of back-to-back 1620s, to score 93 points.

Who won rowing at Olympics?

Emma Twigg
Hanna PrakatsenMagdalena Lobnig
Rowing at the 2020 Summer Olympics/Medalists

Who won Womens 8 rowing?

TOKYO, July 30 (Xinhua) — China won the women’s eight bronze at the Tokyo Olympic Games here on Friday, equalling their feat back at the 1988 Seoul Games. Canada denied New Zealand’s late comeback effort to win the gold, clocking five minutes and 59.13 seconds.

Is rowing finished at Olympics?

The Tokyo Olympics were supposed to be the final Games for lightweight rowing, but due to the COVID-19 pandemic, it will continue through the 2024 Paris Olympics. Lightweight rowing will be replaced with coastal rowing, potentially for the 2028 Los Angeles Olympics.

What happened to rowing in Olympics?

US rowers shut out of medals at Tokyo Olympics as women’s eight finishes disappointing fourth. TOKYO – For the first time in Olympic history, not a single U.S. crew that participated in the Olympic regatta will leave Tokyo with a medal around their necks.