In the queen’s rowing competition at the European Rowing Championships in Szeged, Romania takes gold (8+1)

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In the queen’s rowing competition at the European Rowing Championships in Szeged, Romania takes gold (8+1)

In the queen’s rowing event, Romania won the gold medals for women on Sunday at the European Championships in Szeged, Hungary, with an 8+1 score.

Following their second-place finishes in the 500 and 1,000 meters, Romania (Magdalena Rusu, Roxana Anghel, Adriana Adam, Maria Lehaci, Madalina Beres, Amalia Beres, Ioana Vrinceanu, Simona Radis, Victoria-Stefania Petreanu) took the lead and won with a time of 06 min 32 sec 00/100, ahead of the crews from Great Britain (06:35.16) and Italy (06:37.41).

Romania had won three medals on Saturday: a gold, a silver, and a bronze. Gianina van Groningen and Ionela Cozmiuc won the gold medal in the light category double rowing, Madalina Beres, Maria Lehaci, Magdalena Rusu, and Amalia Beres took home the silver, and Mihaita Tiganescu, Ciprian Tudosa, Constantin Adam, Mugurel Vasile Semciuc, Florin Arteni, Sergiu Bejan, Stefan Berariu, Florin Lehaci, and Adrian Munteanu won the bronze in the male 8+1.

On Sunday, the women’s double sculls team of Ioana Vrinceanu and Roxana Anghel won gold, while the men’s team of Andrei-Sebastian Cornea and Marian Enache won silver. The women’s 8+1 team of Magdalena Rusu, Roxana Anghel, Adriana Adam, Maria Lehaci, Madalina Beres, Amalia Beres, Ioana Vrinceanu, Simona Radis, and Victoria-Stefania Petreanu won the third gold medal. Florin Arteni and Florin Lehaci won the silver medal, while Ancuta Bodnar and Simona Radis took home the bronze.

With eight medals—four gold, two silver, and two bronze—Romania came in second place overall, trailing only Great Britain (8-1-1), but ahead of Italy (2-3-3), Norway (2-0-1), Germany (2-5-1), and so on.

Out of the thirteen crews, 12 from Romania qualified for the medal finals.

Romania took home six medals from the 2023 European Championships, which were hosted in Bled, Slovenia: five gold and one silver.

 

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