Rowing World Cup in Lucerne – Gmelin clearly loses in last Olympic rehearsal – Sport

Rowing World Cup in Lucerne - Gmelin clearly loses in last Olympic rehearsal - Sport
Rowing World Cup in Lucerne – Sport at the last Olympic rehearsal – SRF

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The Rowing World Cup at the Lucerne Rotissie ended without a Swiss podium on Sunday.

Jennin Gmelin was the biggest loser in the Home Rovers World Cup. Ustermerin advanced to Saturday’s final. She stayed there with no chance of a venue on Sunday and should be content with sixth place.

Gmelin lost contact early on on the outer track, about 3 seconds behind in the 500m. Finally, Russian champion and European champion Hanna Prachatsen was 16 seconds behind.

Shot across the bow before the Olympics

The Home World Cup in Rome was the last match before the Olympics in Tokyo. They do without the final World Cup regatta in Sabodia, southern Italy (June 4 to 6), and instead she wants to complete a long training block.

“It’s not primarily about the result, it’s about the position,” Gmelin said after the race. However, the EM bronze winner from Waris was “a little shocked.” You definitely didn’t get a good run. The outer track played its part.

The double skull lost the podium after a lightning start

The Swiss double skull with Roman WrestleMania and Bernabe Dollars also failed to make it to the stage. The Swiss duo started the race very fast and took the lead after 500 meters. As a result, the team lost something for a quick start and could not improve on the finish. Rosalie / Dollars ranked fifth. On a strong field, China is ahead of Ireland.

Both, however, were satisfied with their race. Training has not been good for the last two weeks. “Now almost all boats can win,” the dollar analyzed.


SRF Swee, SportLive, May 23, 2021, 10:10 am;

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