Spain maintains its summer glory with a podium in rowing. After the success of the World Cup in Halifax (Canada), now with gold, silver and bronze medals, on the first day the metals were distributed at the European Championships in Munich. Three times in the finals and three medals. Maria Corbera, World Cup silver medalist in the C1 200m (Olympic event in Paris 2024), now takes gold in the C1500m.
Madrid was The best from start to finish. She was already ordered to pass through the equator for the test (59.983) and did not loosen until she came first (2: 03.586) ahead of the Ukrainian Liudmyla Luzan (2: 05.096), gold in this test at the last World Cup in Halifax, and the Croatian Vanessa Tutt (2: 06.682). ).
A few minutes ago, the first medal fell. K4 1000, made up of Paco Cubilos, Roy Rodriguez, Pedro Vázquez and Anigo Peña, was silver (2:53,627). The brushed gold dream When he passed 750 meters, he overtook Germany. The Germans’ final, with a crew consisting of Tobias Schultz, Tom Liebcher, Martin Heller and Felix Frank, gave them the gold medal with a time of 2:53,174. Bronze went to Hungary (2:55,748).
In the K2 1000 metres, Begoña Lazkano and Laia Pelachs win bronze (3:36.942). Hungary’s Emesi Kohalmi and Esther Rendisi dominated the test (3:33.942). The Spaniards took second place until the 750m pass. It was in the final section when Poland’s Justina Iskrzykka and Katarzyna Kolodzik, who were second behind Lazcano and Bellakhs when crossing the 500m, finished second for the silver (3:34.606).
in paracanoe, Higinio Rivero was silver in VL2200 By 55.159, by 53.948 from Hungarian Tamas Juhasz. In the VL3 200, Adrián Mosquera was fourth and Javier Reja was eighth.
Spain involved these Europeans with 42 athletes. A year ago, at the event in Poznan (Poland), she took sixth place in the medal table with two gold (C1200 and C2200) and one silver (K2 1000 women).. In Munich, 14 rowers have attended the World Cup in Canada, including five medalists: Maria Corbera, silver in the C1 200 and bronze in the C1 5000, Paco Kupelos, bronze in the K1 5000 and three gold components in the C4 500, and Adrien Siro , Juan Moreno, and Pablo Grana.