Masters International

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ACHIEVEMENTS

last update   Oct 10, '17
1985 Toronto
1989 Vichy
1990 Viareggio
1991 Miami
1992 Cologne
1993 Vienna
1994 Groningen
1995 Bled
1996 Velence (Budapest)
1997 Adelaide
1998 Munich
1999 Seville
2000 Hazewinkel
2001 EuroMasters
2001 Montreal
2002 Racice (Prague)
2003 Vichy
2004 Hamburg
2005 Strathclyde
2006 EuroMasters
2006 Princeton
2007 Zagreb
2008 Trakai
2009 Vienna
2010 EuroMasters
2010 St.Catharines
2011 Poznan
2012 Duisburg
2013 Varese
2014 EuroMasters
2015 Hazewinkel

2016 EuroMasters

2016 Copenhagen

2017 Bled

STRONG WOMEN ROW TO WIN

1985   Toronto, Canada:   12 women, 17 medals

1989   Vichy, France:  2 women, 2 medals

1990   Viareggio, Italy:  6 women, 7 medals (one event cancelled due to weather)

1991   Miami,  USA:  9 women, 21 medals

1992   Cologne, Germany:  9 women, 13 medals    

1993   Vienna, Austria:  10 women, 7 medals     

1994   Groningen, Netherlands:  8 women, 8 medals

1995   Bled, Slovenia:   8 women,  9 medals

1996   Velence (Budapest), Hungary:  5 women, 2 medals

1997   Adelaide, Australia:  4 women, 1 medal  (some entries cancelled due to illness)

1998   Munich, Germany:  5 women, 11 medals

1999   Sevilla, Spain:  6 women, 11 medals

2000   Hazewinkel, Belgium:  9 women, 12 medals

2001   EuroMasters, Munich, Germany:  17 women, 34 medals

2001   Montreal, Canada:  42 members, 89 medals and “Oldest Competitor" award

2002   Racice (Prag), Czech Republic:  36 women,  44 medals

2003   Vichy, France:   23 women, 55 medals

2004   Hamburg, Germany:   29 members, 72 medals

2005   Strathclyde, Scotland:  47 members, 80 medals

2006   EuroMasters,  Munich, Germany:  30 members, 67 medals

2006   Princeton, USA:   43 members, 132 medals

2007   Zagreb, Croatia:   68 members, 118 medals

2008   Trakai, Lithuania:   35 members, 103 medals

2009   Vienna, Austria:  51 members, 107 medals and "Oldest Female Competitor" award

2010   EuroMasters, Munich, Germany:  32 members, 49 medals

2010   St.Catharines, Canada:  52 members, 77  medals (unfortunately, Saturday's races were canceled due to adverse wind/water conditions so we could not race 13 of our

             events, with the possibility of winning up to an additional 59 medal

2011   Poznan, Poland:  53 members,  128 medals

2012   Duisburg, Germany:  57 members,  124 medals

2013   Varese, Italy:  69 members, 188 medals

2014   EuroMasters, Munich, Germany:  50 members,  100 medals

2015   Hazewinkel, Belgium:  80 members, 160 medals (not too bad considering we had some multiple boats, some of which were entered so the women had races and 

             at least 2 of our multiple crews ended up in the same heat. If they had been in separate heats, both crews would have won)

2016 EuroMasters, Munich, Germany:  46 members, 149 medals

2016 Copenhagen, Denmark:  34 members, 82 medals

2017 Bled, Slovenia:  82 members,  203 medals (in quite a few events, we had more than one entry)