Romania took the top spot at the European Rowing Championships in Glasgow by the number of medals won. The Romanian athletes won seven medals: three gold, two silver and two bronze medals.
In the (M8+) Men’s Eight race, the Romanian team won the bronze medal, behind Germany (gold) and the Netherlands (silver). The other bronze medal came in the (M2-) Men’s Pair competition.
The silver medals came in the (M2x) Men’s Double Sculls race and in the (W4-) Women’s Four race.
The Romanian teams won gold medals in the (W8+) Women’s Eight race (with a team made up of Ioana Vranceanu, Iuliana-Viviana Bejinariu, Adriana Ailincai, Maria Tivodariu, Madalina Parfenie, Iuliana Popa, Madalina Beres and Denisa Tilvescu), the (W2-) Women’s Pair race (Madalina Beres and Denisa Tilvescu), and the (M4-) Men’s Four race (Ciprian Huc, Stefan-Constantin Berariu, Cosmin Pascari and Mihaita-Vasile Tiganescu).
In 2017, Romania won four medals: three gold and one silver one.
(Photo: Federatia Romana De Canotaj Facebook Page)