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Sport Germany eighth missed gold - Paradeboot brings silver

08:51  30 july  2021
08:51  30 july  2021 Source:   sport1.de

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The Germany eighth has missed the great destination in the Olympic Games and brought silver in Tokyo. The German parade boat had to be beaten in the final on the Sea Forest Waterway New Zealand, secured the German Ruder Association (DRV) to the completion of the competitions but the second medal in Japan. Bronze went to Great Britain.

Deutschland-Achter gewinnt Vorlauf und steht im Finale © Luis Acosta Germany eighth wins lead and stands in the Final

in Rio, the crew was beaten by Buckmann Hannes Ocik at the games five years ago clearly beaten by the British. Most recently, the flagship of the DRV had won gold at the summer games in London 2012.

After 500 m, Germany eighth had stated the field, as a result, a gripping and high-class final developed the best three teams. Germany went third in the finals 500 m and reached again. There was no longer enough to jump in one place.

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The team of national coach Uwe Bender, who had recently won WM-Gold three times in a row, had started four disappointing to the Olympic Year at the em in the spring, but increased in the following World Cups. Last Friday, the eighth was moved into the final run with a convincing appearance.

for the DRV-disappointing summer games with "only" two silver medals. The eighth, since the 1960 Olympic In 1960 in Rome, the German flagship, was with Johannes Weißenfeld, Laurits, Olaf Roggingack, Torben Johannen, Jakob Schneider, Malte Jakschik, Richard Schmidt, Ocik and Tax Martin Sauer confidently gone into the race, could the first games But since Beijing 2008 without German rudder gold do not prevent.

One-World Champion and Top Favorite Oliver Zeidler resigned surprisingly in the semifinals, saying goodbye on Friday with a victory in the B-final of the games in Japan. The women's double villier ran past a dramatic final spurt on the podium. Jonathan Rommelmann / Jason Osborne secured silver in the lightweight double.

If US women were their own country, they'd be top-5 in overall medal count .
It's the most ever won by women competing for the U.S. at the Olympics. Men won 41 medals in Tokyo and six were won in mixed events, such as the mixed 4x400m relay in track and field and the team equestrian event. Of the 113 total medals Team USA won in Tokyo, 66 were won entirely by women. It's the most ever won by women competing for the U.S. at the Olympics. And it comes during the 25th anniversary of the 1996 Atlanta Olympics, a pivotal moment for female athletics, as well as 49 years after Title IX, the law mandating equal treatment for girls and women.

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