A Power Knap after qualifying for the semi-finals: This is how the Swiss boats performed in the heat
Preliminary matches will take place on Friday at the World Cup in Lucerne Rot റോsi. Jennie Gmelin in the women’s singles and Roman WrestleMania / Barnabas Dollars in the doubles qualified for the semifinals. The four who don’t have a Helsman should go into the lap of hope on Saturday.
Everything in Rottweiler is a little quieter than usual on Friday. Accreditations are only available for negative PCR tests and health questionnaires. Interviews with athletes that take place one hour after the race at the rowing center are not possible. In general, no one seems to have more time on regatta than they need to. Roman WrestleMania from Swiss double skull Lucerne and Barnabas Dollars from Wood returned to the hotel earlier in the afternoon.
Both finished second in the preliminary race, three seconds behind the Dutch. That means direct qualification for the semi-finals on Saturday. Rasli says: “We ran well in the first half. Finally we were able to save some energy. Rosalie and the dollars need need energy this weekend. Because your boat segment is currently balanced. There are different countries where the venue has potential. For example, the French and Chinese (World Champion 2019) who won the European Championship and the first World Cup, England, the Netherlands, Poland and Ireland. After leaving, the Swiss program included an ice bath, lunch, and a power nap. The batteries need to be recharged for the semifinals on Saturday.
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Jennie Gmel’s performance was so confident. After a close finish, the Zurich rider finished third behind Russian Hannah Prakhatusen (first place) and British Victoria Thonley (second place). Last April, E.M. Prakhatusen Gold, Thonley Silver, Gmelin Bronze.
The four without Helsmann and Joel Schorch from Lucerne did not go as well as they had hoped. The team is in fourth place and will have to compete in the Reichstag on Saturday. Switzerland finished second with Maureen Lanke (Seaclub Lucerne) and Patrick Brunner (Seaclub Sempach) in fourth place.
In the lightweight scene, Sofia McKinn and Elaine Roll advanced to the semi-finals. Both finished second in their runs.