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Romania National Thread | Drumul spre Tokyo 2020

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IoNuTzZ    13

2016 Euopean Women's Handball Championship Qualification

Romania - Norway 25-20:clap: Romania reuseste sa castige dupa o pauza de 16 ani in fata campioanei olimpice , europene si mondiale en-titre

 

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IoNuTzZ    13

Iolanda Balas Soter died on 11 march 2016

 

CAREER

In 1953 she transferred from Timisoara club "Electrica" to CCA (CSA Steaua). After finishing fifth in the 1956 Melbourne Olympics, she won two Olympic gold medals at Rome in 1960 and Tokyo in 1964. At the 1964 Olympics she competed with a torn tendon, which forced her later to withdraws from the 1966 European Championships. Nevertheless, between 1957 and 1966, Balaș won 150 consecutive competitions,not including qualifying competitions or exhibitions. She improved the world record 14 times, from 1.75 m to 1.91 m, and equalled it once outdoors and once indoors. She was the first woman to jump over six feet. Her technique was a sophisticated version of the scissors technique.

 

Her record of 1.91 m, set in 1961, lasted until the end of 1971 (beaten by Ilona Gusenbauer from Austria), when jumpers with a more efficient technique (the straddle technique, and later the Fosbury style) took over.

After retiring from competitions in 1967, Balaș married her former coach Ian Söter, and taught physical education in Bucharest. Between 1988 and 2005 she was president of the Romanian Athletics Federation.

 

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IoNuTzZ    13

Larisa Iordache injured

 

Larisa Iordache fell off the beam during training and broke a finger. She now needs surgery and it was reported by TVR that the doctors have recommended six weeks of rest. Although this is not an injury that sounds serious or career-ending, it is a tough conclusion for the Romanian team.
Romania finished 13th in qualifications at the 2015 Glasgow Worlds and missed on direct qualification to the Olympics. Last chance for the team to qualify will be mid-April when they will compete with Australia, Belgium, France, Germany, Brazil, South Korea and Switzerland for the last 4 team spots.

Larisa herself does not have a guaranteed spot at Rio either, so the team missing on qualification might also mean the end of Iordache’s 2016 Olympic dream. However, Larisa would have a strong case to get a wild card for Rio as a medalist in the all-around in Glasgow. There, all medalists in the apparatus finals obtained direct qualification. But the rules do not extend to the medalists from the all around final, a notable oversight from the FIG.

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IoNuTzZ    13
  • Romanian athletes have so far achieved qualifying standards in the following athletics events
  • Men's marathon – 1 quota place (Marius Ionescu)
  • Men's 50 km walk – 1 quota place (Marius Cocioran)
  • Men's high jump – 1 quota place (Mihai Donisan)
  • Men's triple jump – 1 quota place (Marian Oprea)
  • Men's shot put – 1 quota place (Andrei Gag)
  • Women's 400 m – 1 quota place (Bianca Razor)
  • Women's 800 m – 1 quota place (Florina Pierdevara)
  • Women's marathon – 2 quota places (Daniela Carlan , Paula Todoran)
  • Women's 20 km walk - 1 quota place (Claudia Stef)
  • Women's high jump – 1 quota place (Daniela Stanciu)
  • Women's long jump – 1 quota place (Alina Rotaru)
  • Women's triple jump – 1 quota place (Cristina Bujin)

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zob79    22

Poate revitalizam si noi threadul asta...

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IoNuTzZ    13
Posted (edited)
Artistic Gymnastics UEG European Championships 2018

 

SCO.gif Glasgow (SCO) - 2 August 2018 - 12 August 2018 SCO.gif

 

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Women's Team
Qualification Results
12
Romania
ROU.gif
147.663
 

 

Women's Vault

:ROU Denisa Golgota
14,166

 

Women's Floor

:ROU Denisa Golgota
 

13,600
 
Women's Junior Floor
:ROU Ioana Stanciulescu
13,433
 
Women's Junior Team
4
Romania
ROU.gif
154.862
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IoNuTzZ    13
Swimming at the Aquatics LEN European Championships 2018

 

GBR.gif Glasgow (GBR) - 3 August 2018 - 9 August 2018 GBR.gif

 

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Men's 100m Backstroke
4
GLINTA Robert
:ROU
53.81

 

 

Men's 50m Backstroke

:ROU GLINTA Robert
24.55

 

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IoNuTzZ    13
Posted (edited)
Rowing FISA European Championships 2018

 

GBR.gif Glasgow (GBR) - 2 August 2018 - 5 August 2018 GBR.gif

 

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Women's Pair
Final A Results
:ROU Romania
BERES Madalina
TILVESCU Denisa
7:15.53
 
Men's Four
Final A Results
 
:ROU Romania
TIGANESCU Mihaita
PASCARI Cosmin
BERARIU Stefan
HUC Ciprian

5:54.34
 
Women's Eight
Final A Results
 
ROU.gif Romania
VRINCEANU Ioana
BEJINARIU Viviana-Iuliana
AILINCAI Adriana
TIVODARIU Maria
PARFENIE Beatrice
POPA Iuliana
BERES Madalina
TILVESCU Denisa
DRUNCEA Daniela (c)

6:08.98
 
 
Men's Double Sculls
Final A Results
 
:ROU Romania
PRUNDEANU Ioan
ENACHE Marian
6:10.71
 
Women's Four
Final A Results
:ROU Romania
HEGHES Madalina
BUHUS Iuliana
CAUS Madalina
PARASCANU Roxana

6:41.87
 
Men's Pair
Final A Results
 
:ROU Romania
COZMIUC Marius
TUDOSA Ciprian

6:29.39
 
Men's Eight
Final A Results
:ROU Romania
AIACOBOAIE Vlad
DAMII Adrian
MATINCA Alexandru
RADU Constantin
ADAM Constantin
BEJAN Sergiu
PIRGHIE Cristi
MACOVEI Alexandru
MUNTEANU Adrian (c)

5:29.71

 
 
 
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