New Zealand only gold medal at the 2000 Games was won by Rob Waddell in men's single sculls rowing.
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Single, double and quad sculls are categories in the sport of competitive rowing.
There were 14 Rowing Events with heats from July 28-30 and finals Started on August 1 2012 for Men's Eight, Women's Pair, & Women's Quadruple Sculls. August 2 has finals for Men's Double Sculls, Men's Lightweight Four, & Women's Eight 4 Finals will be held August 3 2012 (Men's Single Sculls, Men's Pair, Men's Quadruple Sculls, & Women's Double Sculls) and August 4 2012 (Men's Lightweight Double Sculls, Men's Four, Women's Single Sculls, & Women's Lightweight Double Sculls)
Single sculls is a Rowing event of the Summer Olympics
Single sculls is a rowing event where one rower propels a boat with two sculls (oars).
Rank Event Year Venue ResultOlympic Games 1 Single Sculls 2000 Sydney, AUS 6:48.90 World Championships 1 Single Sculls 1999 St. Catharines, CAN 6:36.68 1 Single Sculls 1998 Cologne, GER 6:39.65 World Cup1 Double Sculls 2008 Poznan, POL 6:32.78 1 Double Sculls 2008 Lucerne, SUI 6:14.04
Mahé Drysdale won the Gold Medal for Men's single sculls
There are 302 events, but only 28 sports (eg. In rowing there is single sculls men, double sculls women, coxless 4 men etc.)
Fie Udby Erichsen in the Single sculls won a silver medalAnne Lolk & Juliane Elander Rasmussen came in 4th for the Lightweight double sculls
Three. New Zealand rower Rob Waddell competed at the 1996, 2000, and 2008 Summer Games. He won gold at the 2000 Games in Single Sculls, finished 7th at the 1996 Games in Single Sculls, and finished 4th at the 2008 Games in Double Sculls with partner Nathan Cohen.
Gold 2005 Gifu Double Sculls Gold 2003 Milan Double Sculls Gold 2002 Seville Double Sculls Silver 2001 Lucerne Double Sculls Silver 2001 Lucerne Quadruple Sculls Silver 2007 Munich Double Sculls Bronze 2006 Eton Double Sculls They also won gold in the womens double sculls in the 2004 and 2008 Olympic games. Georgina and Carolina Evers-Swindell also received the Westpac Halberg Team of the Year in 2008. This award recognises a single New Zealand athlete - or in the Team of the Year, 2 - annually for their outstanding sportsmanship throughout the year along with the achievements they have made that year. In December 2008 Georgina and Caroline Evers Swindell were awarded the Lonsdale Cup. This cup is awarded by the New Zealand Olympic Committee to the athlete/s who make the most outstanding contribution to a sport in the Olympics. They also won this in 2003.