Hamish Bond and his team have won the most beautiful title in rowing. Surprising success in the single scull of the Greek Stephanos Endoscos. New Zealand surprised by winning eight finals in the Olympic count held in the jungle. The Kiwis did not qualify at the start of the season and had to go through the Lucerne Qualifying Recata last May to confirm their presence in Tokyo. The Coxless pair (with 2012 and 2016 Eric Murray) started with two-time Olympic champion Hamish Bond, and they all set out to collect their best sailors on this boat. . Read more All rowing results at the Olympics
Along with the Germans (2nd in the final) and the British (3rd), the New Zealanders had to reach 1500 m over the British in the third quarter of the race (1’3131, 1500m. This was the Kiwis’ first Olympic victory in the event since 1972. That includes those who want to cut their boat fresh (apocryphal) as part of it. He finished fourth at the European Championships, where he qualified for tickets to the Tokyo Olympics by passing through the regatta, thus bringing his country his first Olympic title in rowing, on the other hand, the women’s single skull, the 2014 and 2014 World Championships. New Zealand returned to Emma Twick very classically. Canada beat Canada by eight women over New Zealand, which topped the medal table there. Sees itself in fifth place after a double T winHugo Bucheron and Matthew Androdias And second place Laura Tarantola and Claire Bowe Two pairs of low weights.
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