Oppo is supported by Ireland, Norway and Germany.

Oppo is supported by Ireland, Norway and Germany.

Cagliari. While the echo of the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics has not yet faded, Stefano Ubo and partner Pietro Rotta will be in the water to take part in the first

Cagliari. As the echo of the opening ceremony of the Tokyo 2020 Olympics fades, Stefano Ubo and partner Pietro Rota will be on the water for the first rowing championship. The Italian crew, Water 1, will face German pair Osborne and Rommelmann at Water 3 and Portugal at Water 2 tomorrow at 4:20 p.m. Portugal, Germany, Uzbekistan, Thailand and Venezuela in light blue temperatures. They will face Ireland and Poland in the second half, and Norway’s role against Belgium, Spain and Chile in the third and final round, where the first two teams will advance directly to the semi – finals, while the others will advance to the semi – finals.

Given the proximity of his debut on the water, the athlete from Oristano, as he did in Rio 2016, played on the podium in the “four lightweight” matches in the final at the Rodrigo de Freitas in Lago.

The area where the Oppo-Ruta will be seen in the men’s lightweight doubles specialty will be the Sea Forest Waterway in Tokyo, a stream near the sea, which once hosted the 2019 World Juniors Championships. Sardinia Lombard’s blue team qualified for the World Games in Linz, Austria, in 2019. Stefano Ubo and Pietro Rotta dream of gold: From tomorrow, Rio 2016 bronze medalists Irish stars McCarthy, O’Donoghue, Norwegian Bron and Strandly will have to pay special attention; German couple Osborne and Rommelmann.

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