Today, 9/09/2023, Romanian athletes won three medals at the World Rowing Championship in Belgrade. In total, there are eight teams that managed to qualify for next year’s Olympic Games, which will be hosted by the city of Paris.
Three new medals won by Romanian athletes at the World Rowing Championship
It was a full and productive day for the Romanian athletes who participated in the World Rowing Championship in Belgrade. Our rowers started in seven finals and finished on the podium three times. The female crew of four, made up of Amalia Bereş, Maria Tivodariu, Magda Rusu and Mădălina Bereş, won the silver medal at the World Rowing Championship.
Our girls were surpassed only by the crew from the Netherlands. Also on Saturday, two bronze medals were won by Ionela Cozmiuc and Mariana Dumitru in double rowing, as well as the double row boat, with Ioana Vrânceanu and Roxana Anghel.
Romania can be proud to have eight teams that have qualified for next year’s most important competition, after this year’s edition in Belgrade. “So far, Romania has managed to qualify 8 boats for #JOParis2024!”, it says in the message on the official Facebook page of the Romanian Rowing Federation.
34 Romanian athletes are qualified for the Paris 2024 Olympics
Romania has 34 athletes who have already qualified for the Paris Olympics, 24 of them are from rowing. They are: Delvine Meringor (athletics), David Popovici (swimming), Lăcrămioara Perijoc (boxing), Vlad Stancu (swimming), Andrea Mikloş (athletics), Alina Rotaru (athletics), Annaliese Drăgan (rhythmic gymnastics), Ilie Sprincean and Oleg Nută (kayak-canoe), Cătălin Chirilă (kayak-canoe), Ioana Vrânceanu and Roxana Anghel, Ionela Cozmiuc and Mariana Dumitru, Marius Cozmiuc and Sergiu Bejan, Amalia Bereş, Maria Tivodariu, Magda Rusu and Mădălina Bereş and Patricia Cireş, Cristina Drugă , Andrada Moroşanu, Ema Ioana Ciotău, Ancuța Bodnar, Simona Radiș, Mihăiţă ţigănescu, Mugurel Semciuc, Ştefan Berariu, Florin Lehaci, Florin Enache, Ioan Prundeanu, Andrei Cornea, Mihai Chiruţă (all rowing).
Photo Source: Facebook Romanian Rowing Federation