Australians win gold in rowing in fours at Olympic Games 2020


Australia’s women’s team won the Tokyo Olympics gold medal in rowing in fours. The winners covered the two-kilometer distance in 6 minutes 15.37 seconds.

The second place was taken by the Netherlands team (+0.34). The third were the representatives of Ireland (+5.09).

In a similar discipline for men, the Australian team also won. The second place was taken by the representatives of Romania, the Italians won the bronze medals, writes TASS.

Earlier, the doubles competition at the rowing tournament ended. Gold was won by Romanians, in second place – by New Zealanders, in third by athletes from the Netherlands. In men, the French were the first to finish, silver was won by athletes from the Netherlands, and the top three were Chinese.


Source: Российская Газета by rg.ru.

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