Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 17. Chapters: Aage Larsen, Aksel Bonde Hansen, Berit Christoffersen, Birgitte Hanel, Bjarne Eltang, Bjørn Hasløv, Bodil Rasmussen, Børge Hougaard, Børge Raahauge Nielsen, Carl-Ebbe Andersen, Carl Møller, Carl Pedersen (rower), Charlotte Koefoed, Christian Nielsen (rower), Dorthe Pedersen, Ebbe Parsner, Ejgil Clemmensen, Ejler Allert, Erik Bisgaard, Erik Christiansen, Erik Larsen (rower), Erik Petersen (rower), Eskild Ebbesen, Fie Udby Erichsen, Finn Pedersen, Hanne Eriksen, Harry Jørgensen, Harry Knudsen, Harry Larsen, Helge Halkjær, Helge Muxoll Schrøder, Henrik Stephansen, Henry Larsen (Danish rower), Ib Larsen, Ib Olsen, Ib Storm Larsen, Jacob Barsøe, Jette Sørensen, Johan Praem, John Hansen (rower), Juliane Rasmussen, Jørgen Frantzen, Jørgen Hansen (rower), Jørn Krab, Karsten Nielsen, Kasper Winther Jørgensen, Katrin Olsen, Kurt Helmudt, Lars Christensen (rower), Lars Nielsen, Lene Andersson, Lisbet Jakobsen, Mads Kruse Andersen, Mads Rasmussen, Michael Jessen, Mikael Simonsen, Morten Jørgensen, Niels Henriksen, Per Rasmussen, Peter Christiansen (rower), Peter Olsen, Poul Hartmann, Poul Svendsen, Poul Thymann, Preben Krab, Rasmus Frandsen, Rasmus Quist Hansen, Sarah Lauritzen, Stephan Mølvig, Svend Ove Petersen, Søren Madsen, Tage Henriksen, Thomas Ebert, Thomas Poulsen, Thor Kristensen, Trine Hansen, Victor Feddersen. Excerpt: Trine Hansen (born February 19, 1973 in Ringsted, Sjælland) is a retired female rower from Denmark. Hansen mainly competed in the single scull boat type, and she won the World Rowing Championship in 1994 and a Bronze medal at the 1996 Summer Olympics in single sculls. Trine Hansen grew up in Sorø and was affiliated with Sorø Roklub until 1997 where she moved to Roforeningen Kvik. She won the Danish Rowing Championship in single sculls in eight consecutive years (1992–1999), in addition to several other Danish titles (W2x in 1998 and 1999; W8+ in 2002). She competed at the Summer Olympic Games in Barcelona 1992 and in Atlanta 1996. She won her first international medal (Bronce) at the 1991 Junior World Rowing Championships on Lake of Banyoles that became the venue for rowing at the Olympic Games the following year. In 1993 she beat England's Alison Hall by 4 lengths to become the first female winner of the Henley Royal Regatta. 1993 was the first year that women were allowed to row competitively over the full course. The same year she won the Bronze medal at the World Rowing Championship in Ra?ice, Czech Republic. In 1994 she won the World Rowing Championship in the Women's Single Sculls competition that took place in Indianapolis, Indiana. In 1996 Hansen claimed the bronze medal in the Women's Single Sculls Competition at the 1996 Summer Olympics in Atlanta, Georgia. In 1997 Hansen won Silver at the World Rowing Championship at Lac d'Aiguebelette in France. Eskild Balschmidt Ebbesen (born May 27, 1972 in Silkeborg, Midtjylland) is a Danish lightweight rower, who has won a total number of five Olympic medals (three gold) and six World Championship gold medals. Ebbesen was the flag bearer of the Danish team at the opening ceremony of the 2004 Summer Olympics in Athens, Greece. Ebbesen and his crew took an alternative approach to racing and is quoted saying : "Our strategy, for every race, was always to be first, to be number one from the beginning of the race. A fast
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