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1932  Los Angeles Summer Olympics

1932 Summer Olympics - The Results (Rowing)

Rowing at the 1932 Los Angeles Summer Games

 

  

Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Date Started: August 9, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932
Events: 7

Participants: 152 (152 men and 0 women) from 13 countries
Youngest Participant: ITA Giovanni Scher (16 years, 295 days)
Oldest Participant: BRA Francisco de Bricio (41 years, 363 days)
Most Medals (Athlete): 4 athletes with 2 medals
Most Medals (Country): USA United States (4 medals)

Participating nations

 
A group photo of all rowing teams competing at the 1932 Summer Olympics.
A total of 152 rowers from 13 nations competed at the Los Angeles Games:
  •  Australia (1)
  •  Brazil (18)
  •  Canada (16)
  •  France (5)

 

  •  Germany (16)
  •  Great Britain (15)
  •  Italy (20)

 

  •  Japan (14)
  •  Netherlands (2)
  •  New Zealand (11)

 

  •  Poland (7)
  •  United States (26)
  •  Uruguay (1)
  

Overview

Rowing at the 1932 Summer Olympics took place at the [Long Beach Marine Stadium] in Long Beach, California. The 1932 program remained that same as it had been in 1924 and 1928 and would continue to be until 1976, when the program was expanded to include women. As usual the United States came out on top of the medal table, bolstered by its status as the host nation, and captured four medals, three of them gold. The only other nation to earn multiple gold medals was Great Britain, who won the coxless pairs and coxless fours. Due to the Great Depression, far fewer nations entered the rowing tournament than in 1928, but one, Uruguay, not only managed to make its first appearance, but also won a bronze medal in the single sculls with its lone entrant, [Guillermo Douglas], who was also the country’s first individual Olympic medalist. A notable victor was Australia’s [Bobby Pearce], who became the first person to defend an Olympic single sculls title. [Hugh Edwards], as a member of both of Great Britain’s gold medal crews, was a double Olympic champion, while Poland’s coxed pairs crew ([Jerzy Braun], [Jerzy Skolimowski], and [Janusz Ślązak]), were also members of the coxed fours lineup that took bronze.

Rowing at the 1932 Summer Olympics featured seven events. The competitions were held from August 9 to August 13 at the Marine Stadium in Long Beach, California

  

Medal summary

EventGoldSilverBronze
single sculls  Bobby Pearce (AUS)  William Miller (USA)  Guillermo Douglas (URU)
double sculls  Ken Myers
and William Gilmore (USA)
 Herbert Buhtz
and Gerhard Boetzelen (GER)
 Charles Pratt
and Noël de Mille (CAN)
coxless pair  Lewis Clive
and Hugh Edwards (GBR)
 Cyril Stiles
and Rangi Thompson (NZL)
 Henryk Budziński
and Jan Mikołajczak (POL)
coxed pair  United States (USA)
Joseph Schauers
Charles Kieffer
Edward Jennings
 Poland (POL)
Jerzy Braun
Janusz Ślązak
Jerzy Skolimowski
 France (FRA)
Anselme Brusa
André Giriat
Pierre Brunet
coxless four  Great Britain (GBR)
John Badcock
Hugh Edwards
Jack Beresford
Rowland George
 Germany (GER)
Karl Aletter
Ernst Gaber
Walter Flinsch
Hans Maier
 Italy (ITA)
Antonio Ghiardello
Francesco Cossu
Giliante D'Este
Antonio Garzoni Provenzani
coxed four  Germany (GER)
Hans Eller
Horst Hoeck
Walter Meyer
Joachim Spremberg
Carlheinz Neumann
 Italy (ITA)
Bruno Vattovaz
Giovanni Plazzer
Riccardo Divora
Bruno Parovel
Giovanni Scher
 Poland (POL)
Jerzy Braun
Janusz Ślązak
Stanisław Urban
Edward Kobyliński
Jerzy Skolimowski
eight  United States (USA)
Edwin Salisbury
James Blair
Duncan Gregg
David Dunlap
Burton Jastram
Charles Chandler
Harold Tower
Winslow Hall
Norris Graham
 Italy (ITA)
Vittorio Cioni
Mario Balleri
Renato Bracci
Dino Barsotti
Roberto Vestrini
Guglielmo Del Bimbo
Enrico Garzelli
Renato Barbieri
Cesare Milani
 Canada (CAN)
Earl Eastwood
Joseph Harris
Stanley Stanyar
Harry Fry
Cedric Liddell
William Thoburn
Don Boal
Albert Taylor
Les MacDonald
  

Medal table

 
RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1  United States (USA) 3 1 0 4
2  Great Britain (GBR) 2 0 0 2
3  Germany (GER) 1 2 0 3
4  Australia (AUS) 1 0 0 1
5  Italy (ITA) 0 2 1 3
6  Poland (POL) 0 1 2 3
7  New Zealand (NZL) 0 1 0 1
8  Canada (CAN) 0 0 2 2
9  France (FRA) 0 0 1 1
 Uruguay (URU) 0 0 1 1
Totals (10 nations) 7 7 7 21
 

Men's Single Sculls

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 9, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 5from 5 nations

 

Summary

Four years prior to the single sculls event in Los Angeles, Australian rower [Bobby Pearce] was a virtual unknown. By 1932, however, he had been an Olympic champion, won the Diamond Sculls at the Henley Royal Regatta (then the equivalent of a World Championship in the event), and had captured the title at the inaugural British Empire Games in 1930, making him the clear favorite. Pearce’s position was only strengthened when Germany’s [Herbert Buhtz], the winner of the 1932 Diamond Sculls, fell ill and was unable to compete (he did, however, win a silver medal in the double sculls, alongside [Gerhard Boetzelen]). In both the opening round and the final, the only rower who was able to challenge him was [Bill Miller] of the United States, a silver medalist in the coxed fours from the 1928 Games. Miller was able to hold his own in both races and trounced his opponents in the repêchage. Pearce was simply the superior sculler, however, and successfully defended his crown with a time of 7:44.4. Miller, less than a second behind, took silver while [Guillermo Douglas] of Uruguay, despite finishing over 28 seconds after Miller, came in third and won his nation’s first individual Olympic medal (the country had won the 1924 and 1928 football tournaments). Pearce turned professional in 1933 and became World Champion, a distinction that he defended in 1934 and 1938. Douglas, Uruguay’s first rowing representative at the Olympics, returned home to a hero’s welcome.

The men's single sculls competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place at the Long Beach Marine Stadium

 

Competition format

This rowing event is a single scull event, meaning that each boat is propelled by a single rower. The "scull" portion means that the rower uses two oars, one on each side of the boat. The competition consists of multiple rounds.

During the first round two heats were held. The first boat in each heat advanced to the final, while all others were relegated to the repechages.

The repechages were rounds which offered rowers a chance to qualify for the final. The first two boats in the repechage heat advanced to the final.

Schedule

DateRound
Tuesday, August 9, 1932 Heats
Thursday, August 11, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final

RankRowerCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Bobby Pearce  Australia 7:44.4  
2nd, silver medalist(s) William Miller  United States 7:45.2  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Guillermo Douglas  Uruguay 8:13.6  
4 Dick Southwood  Great Britain 8:33.6  

Heats

First boat of each heat qualifies to the final, remainder goes to the repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowerCountryTimeNotes
1 Bobby Pearce  Australia 7:27.0 Q
2 William Miller  United States 7:29.2 R

Heat 2

RankRowerCountryTimeNotes
1 Dick Southwood  Great Britain 7:42.6 Q
2 Guillermo Douglas  Uruguay 7:45.0 R
3 Joseph Wright Jr.  United States 8:30.6 R

Repechage

First two qualify to the final.

RankRowerCountryTimeNotes
1 William Miller  United States 8:05.8 Q
2 Guillermo Douglas  Uruguay 8:20.2 Q
3 Joseph Wright Jr.  United States 8:37.8  

Final Standings

 
RankAthleteAgeTeamNOCMedal 
1 Bobby Pearce 26 Australia AUS Gold  
2 Bill Miller 27 United States USA Silver  
3 Guillermo Douglas   Uruguay URU Bronze  
4 Dick Southwood 26 Great Britain GBR    
3 h1 r2/3 Joe Wright, Jr. 26 Canada CAN  
 

 

 

Men's Double Sculls

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 9, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 10from 5 nations

 

Summary

The United States was the traditional powerhouse in the double sculls and, despite the retirement of [Paul Costello], who helped his nation win three consecutive Olympic titles in the event, was still considered the favorite. The men who replaced Costello, [Garrett Gilmore] and [Ken Myers], were former Olympic medalists\: Gilmore had been the runner-up in the single sculls in 1924, while Myers had taken silver in the coxed fours and the single sculls in 1920 and 1928 respectively. They would not, however, go unchallenged. In addition to Canada, typically the Americans’ greatest opponent, Germany had the strong duo of [Gerhard Boetzelen] and [Herbert Buhtz], the latter of whom missed an almost certain medal in the single sculls due to illness.

In the opening round, the Germans and the Americans had the misfortune of being paired together, but the United States managed to emerge victorious by nearly seven seconds, confirming their dominance in the event. The Canadians easily dispatched Italy and Brazil in their heat, while the Germans eliminated the latter nation in the repêchage. The final was almost no contest\: the Americans finished over five seconds before of the Germans, who in turn were almost five seconds ahead of the Canadians; Italy, over 20 seconds slower than Canada, was never a factor. Thus the United States continued its undefeated streak in the event, while Germany and Canada settled for silver and bronze respectively.

The men's double sculls competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place are at the Long Beach Marine Stadium

 

Schedule

DateRound
Tuesday, August 9, 1932 Heats
Thursday, August 11, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) William Gilmore
Ken Myers
 United States 7:17.4  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Gerhard Boetzelen
Herbert Buhtz
 Germany 7:22.8  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Noël de Mille
Charles Pratt
 Canada 7:27.6  
4 Mario Moretti
Orfeo Paroli
 Italy 7:49.2  
 

Heats

First boat of each heat qualified to the final, remainder goes to the repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Noël de Mille
Charles Pratt
 Canada 7:25.0 Q
2 Mario Moretti
Orfeo Paroli
 Italy 7:33.0 R
3 Adamor Gonçalves
Henrique Tomassini
 Brazil 7:38.8 R

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 William Gilmore
Ken Myers
 United States 6:16.31 Q
2 Gerhard Boetzelen
Herbert Buhtz
 Germany 7:21.4 R

Repechage

First two qualify to the final.

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Gerhard Boetzelen
Herbert Buhtz
 Germany 7:28.4 Q
2 Mario Moretti
Orfeo Paroli
 Italy 7:33.2 Q
3 Adamor Gonçalves
Henrique Tomassini
 Brazil 7:57.8  
 

Men's Coxless Pairs

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 10, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 12from 6 nations

 

Summary

[Lewis Clive] and [Hugh Edwards] of Great Britain had won the Silver Goblets & Nickalls' Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta in 1931 and 1932, and were considered strong favorites in the coxless pairs in Los Angeles. In the opening round, they were nearly three seconds faster than anyone else, with their closest competitors being [Bob Stiles] and [Fred Thompson] of New Zealand. The final was much of the same\: the New Zealanders came closer to matching the Britons, but never seriously challenged them and settled for silver. This was New Zealand’s second Olympic rowing medal, after [Darcy Hadfield’s] bronze in the 1920 single sculls, and its last until 1968, when their coxed fours team took the gold medal. Poland, the 1930 European Champions who had led the race until the halfway mark, snatched bronze away from the Netherlands by only 0.2 seconds.

The Men's coxless pair competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place at the Long Beach Marine Stadium.

 

Schedule

DateRound
Wednesday, August 10, 1932 Heats
Thursday, August 11, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Lewis Clive
Hugh Edwards
 Great Britain 8:00.0  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Cyril Stiles
Rangi Thompson
 New Zealand 8:02.0  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Henryk Budziński
Jan Mikołajczak
 Poland 8:08.2  
4 Godfried Roëll
Pieter Roelofsen
 Netherlands 8:08.4  
 

Heats

First boat of each heat qualified for the final, remainder go to repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Henryk Budziński
Jan Mikołajczak
 Poland 7:53.4 Q
2 Fernand Vandernotte
Marcel Vandernotte
 France 7:54.6  
3 Eugene Clark
Thomas Clark
 United States 8:03.2  

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Lewis Clive
Hugh Edwards
 Great Britain 7:47.0 Q
2 Cyril Stiles
Rangi Thompson
 New Zealand 7:50.2  
3 Godfried Roëll
Pieter Roelofsen
 Netherlands 7:51.8  

Repechage

First two qualify to the final.

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Godfried Roëll
Pieter Roelofsen
 Netherlands 8:10.0 Q
2 Cyril Stiles
Rangi Thompson
 New Zealand 8:11.4 Q
3 Fernand Vandernotte
Marcel Vandernotte
 France 8:13.0  
4 Eugene Clark
Thomas Clark
 United States 8:23.0  
 

Men's Coxed Pairs

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 13, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 12from 4 nations

 

Summary

Switzerland had won the coxed pairs at the last two editions of the Olympic Games, but they did not enter a team in the event in Los Angeles. In fact only four countries, Brazil, France (the 1931 European Champions), Poland, and the United States, competed, meaning that only a final was held, and it was not a particularly interesting race. The United States, Poland, and France won gold, silver, and bronze respectively, each by a significant margin. One of the Americans, [Ed Jennings], improved upon the bronze medal he had won in the event at the 1924 Games.

The Men's coxed pair competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place are at Long Beach Marine Stadium. Competition consisted of a single round

 

Results

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Edward Jennings (cox)
Charles Kieffer
Joseph Schauers
 United States 8:25.8  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Jerzy Braun
Jerzy Skolimowski (cox)
Janusz Ślązak
 Poland 8:31.2  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Pierre Brunet (cox)
Anselme Brusa
André Giriat
 France 8:41.2  
4 Francisco de Bricio
José Ramalho
Estevam Strata (cox)
 Brazil 8:53.2  
 

Men's Coxless Fours

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 10, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 20from 5 nations

 

Summary

As had been the case in 1924 and 1928, Great Britain was the leading nation in the coxless fours coming in to the 1932 Summer Olympics. Its lineup consisted of [Felix Badcock], [Hugh Edwards] (a late substitute for Tom Tyler, who fell ill in Los Angeles), [Rowland George], and [Jack Beresford, Jr.], the latter of whom had won silver and gold in the 1920 and 1924 single sculls respectively, in addition to silver in the coxed eights in 1928. Germany, whose Berliner Ruder Club had been the runners-up at the 1932 Stewards' Challenge Cup (then the equivalent of a world championship in the event), sent four men from MRV Amicitia to Los Angeles and was considered the only possible challenger to the Britons. Great Britain, however, dominated the event in Los Angeles\: it won its heat in the opening round by over six seconds ahead of the second-place Americans, and nearly 25 ahead of the Germans, and captured the gold medal by nearly five seconds in the final. Germany, which had won the repêchage, nabbed silver by only one second in a close race against Italy, who finished with bronze.

The Men's coxless four competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place at the Long Beach Marine Stadium.

 

Schedule

DateRound
Wednesday, August 10, 1932 Heats
Thursday, August 11, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Badcock, Beresford, Edwards, George  Great Britain 6:58.2  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Aletter, Flinsch, Gaber, Maier  Germany 7:03.0  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Cossu, D'Este, Garzoni Provenzani, Ghiardello  Italy 7:04.0  
4 Johnson, Mattson, McCosker, Pierie  United States 7:14.2  
 

Heats

First boat of each heat qualified for the final, remainder go to repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Badcock, Beresford, Edwards, George  Great Britain 7:13.2 Q
2 Johnson, Mattson, McCosker, Pierie  United States 7:19.4  
3 Aletter, Flinsch, Gaber, Maier  Germany 7:37.8  

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Cossu, D'Este, Garzoni Provenzani, Ghiardello  Italy 7:06.8 Q
2 Courtney, Gammon, Herman, Pelham  Canada 7:12.0  

Repechage

First two qualify to the final.

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Aletter, Flinsch, Gaber, Maier  Germany 7:17.2 Q
2 Johnson, Mattson, McCosker, Pierie  United States 7:18.4 Q
3 Courtney, Gammon, Herman, Pelham  Canada 7:20.2  
 

Men's Coxed Fours

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 10, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 35from 7 nations

 

Summary

Switzerland, traditionally strong in the coxed fours, did not send a team to compete in Los Angeles, leaving the last edition’s gold medalists (and the European Champions every year from 1925 through 1934, except 1930), the Italians, as the favorites for the event at the 1932 Games. In the opening round, however, it was the Polish team who had the fastest time, facing stiffer competition in their heat against the Americans than the Italians had with the Germans. It was Germany, however, who, along with New Zealand, would escape the repêchage, while the United States was eliminated. The final was a close race between Germany and Italy, but the Germans managed to take the lead right at the end and claim victory by a mere 0.2 seconds, leaving Italy with silver. Poland, meanwhile, finished comfortably ahead of New Zealand to claim bronze.

Gold medalist [Horst Hoeck] died in 1969. In 2015 his gold medal from this race was found inside a safe in a German day-care center. Hoeck had lived in that buliding from 1945-49, well before it was used for day-care.

The Men's coxled four competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place at the Long Beach Marine Stadium

 

Schedule

DateRound
Wednesday, August 10, 1932 Heats
Thursday, August 11, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final


RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Eller, Hoeck, Meyer, Neumann, Spremberg  Germany 7:19.0  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Divora, Parovel, Plazzer, Scher, Vattovaz  Italy 7:19.2  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Braun, Kobyliński, Skolimowski, Ślązak, Urban  Poland 7:26.8  
4 Cox, Gullery, Pope, Saunders, Solomon  New Zealand 7:32.4
 

Heats

First boat of each heat qualified for the final, remainder go to repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Divora, Parovel, Plazzer, Scher, Vattovaz  Italy 7:06.0 Q
2 Eller, Hoeck, Meyer, Neumann, Spremberg  Germany 7:09.2  
3 Cox, Gullery, Pope, Saunders, Solomon  New Zealand 7:19.6  
4 de Castro, Fernandes, Lima, Pereira, Popovitch  Brazil 7:29.4  

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Braun, Kobyliński, Skolimowski, Ślązak, Urban  Poland 7:04.2 Q
2 English, Grossmiller, Drueding, Marshall, Mack  United States 7:06.0  
3 Takahashi, Ban, Shibata, Suzuki, Nanba  Japan 7:16.8  

Repechage

First two qualify to the final.

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Cox, Gullery, Pope, Saunders, Solomon  New Zealand 7:38.2 Q
2 Eller, Hoeck, Meyer, Neumann, Spremberg  Germany 7:38.8 Q
3 English, Grossmiller, Drueding, Marshall, Mack  United States 7:41.6  
4 Takahashi, Ban, Shibata, Suzuki, Nanba  Japan 7:47.0  
 

Men's Coxed Eights

 Host City: Los Angeles, United States
Venue(s): Long Beach Marine Stadium, Long Beach, California
Date Started: August 10, 1932
Date Finished: August 13, 1932

Competitors 64from 8 nations

 

Summary

As had always been the case at the Olympics, the coxed eights was the signature event of the rowing program in Los Angeles; even in the midst of the Great Depression, eight nations managed to send crews to compete. The traditional powerhouses, the United States and Great Britain, were represented by the University of California, Berkeley and the Leander Club respectively, the latter having been champions at two of the last four editions of the Grand Challenge Cup at the Henley Royal Regatta (1929 and 1932). The surprise victors in the opening round, however, were the Italians, who finished in the fastest time of any nation and defeated Great Britain in their heat. In fact, the British time of 6:34.4 would only have been good enough for third place in the other heat, behind the Americans and the Canadians. Both Britain and Canada survived the repêchage, but the gold medal race soon became a fight between the Americans and the Italians, the former of whom bested their opponents by two-tenths of a second. Italy, who had led until the halfway mark and returned to that position 300 metres away from the finish, settled for silver while Canada battled Great Britain down to the wire and handed the favorites a surprising defeat by taking the bronze medal with a margin of 0.4 seconds.

The Men's eight competition at the 1932 Summer Olympics in Los Angeles took place at the Long Beach Marine Stadium

 

Schedule

DateRound
Wednesday, August 10, 1932 Heats
Friday, August 12, 1932 Repechage
Saturday, August 13, 1932 Final
 

Final

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1st, gold medalist(s) Blair, Chandler, Dunlap, Graham,
Gregg, Hall, Jastram, Salisbury, Tower
 United States 6:37.6  
2nd, silver medalist(s) Balleri, Barbieri, Barsotti, Bracci,
Cioni, Del Bimbo, Garzelli, Milani, Vestrini
 Italy 6:37.8  
3rd, bronze medalist(s) Boal, Eastwood, Fry, Harris,
Liddell, MacDonald, Stanyar, Taylor, Thoburn
 Canada 6:40.4  
4 Askwith, Haig-Thomas, Luxton, McCowen,
Payne, Ranking, Rickett, Sambell, Sergel
 Great Britain 6:40.8  

Heats

The winners of each heat qualified to the finals, remainder goes to the repechage.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Balleri, Barbieri, Barsotti, Bracci,
Cioni, Del Bimbo, Garzelli, Milani, Vestrini
 Italy 6:28.2 Q
2 Askwith, Haig-Thomas, Luxton, McCowen,
Payne, Ranking, Rickett, Sambell, Sergel
 Great Britain 6:34.4 R
3 Enomoto, Fujiwara, Hara, Ikeda,
Matsura, Nishidono, Sano, H. Tanaka, S. Tanaka
 Japan 6:43.4 R
4 da Cunha, de Abreu, de Campos, de Carvalho,
Faria, Mò, Pereira, Provenzano, Rebello Júnior
 Brazil 6:52.2 R

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Blair, Chandler, Dunlap, Graham,
Gregg, Hall, Jastram, Salisbury, Tower
 United States 6:29.0 Q
2 Boal, Eastwood, Fry, Harris,
Liddell, MacDonald, Stanyar, Taylor, Thoburn
 Canada 6:33.2 R
3 Aletter, Bauer, Bender, Flinsch,
Gaber, Heidland, Hüllinghoff, Maier, von Düsterlho
 Germany 6:36.8 R
4 Cooke, Gullery, Jackson, Macdonald,
Sandos, Saunders, Solomon, Stiles, Thompson
 New Zealand 6:38.2 R

Repechage

Winner from each heat qualified to the final.

Heat 1

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Askwith, Haig-Thomas, Luxton, McCowen,
Payne, Ranking, Rickett, Sambell, Sergel
 Great Britain 6:49.0 Q
2 Cooke, Gullery, Jackson, Macdonald,
Sandos, Saunders, Solomon, Stiles, Thompson
 New Zealand 6:52.2  

Heat 2

RankRowersCountryTimeNotes
1 Boal, Eastwood, Fry, Harris,
Liddell, MacDonald, Stanyar, Taylor, Thoburn
 Canada 7:03.2 Q
2 Aletter, Bauer, Bender, Flinsch,
Gaber, Heidland, Hüllinghoff, Maier, von Düsterlho
 Germany 7:10.6  
3 Enomoto, Fujiwara, Hara, Ikeda,
Matsura, Nishidono, Sano, H. Tanaka, S. Tanaka
 Japan 7:22.6  

 

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