McCarthy’s partner Paul O’Donoghue has been recognized by Finland’s Irish men’s weightlifting doubles team at the next European Rowing Championships in Italy.
The Skipperin Rowing Club both won gold medals at the 2019 World Rowing Championships as the boat qualified for the Tokyo Olympics – the pair are now in the driver’s seat representing Ireland in the Games. This summer.
The Irish Light Men’s doubles standings include four skipper rovers: the O’Donoghue brothers Gary, Paul, twins McCarthy, Fentan, Jake and Jake, who won the silver medal in the 2016 Games, are part of the 2020 squad due to injury, though not much behind. He asked.
Last Saturday, after an intense week of testing, Fintan and four-time world champion Paul received news that they would be heading to the European Rowing Championships in Waris on April 9-11.
They will also compete in the second Rowing World Cup in Lausanne in May, and will advance to the boat for the Tokyo Olympics in July and announce the final crew selection in June.
Despite losing both positions, Gary O’Donoghue will compete in the men’s European lightweight singles and will try to put pressure on Paul O’Donoghue and Vientiane McCarthy before selecting the final crew for the tournament. Olympic Games.
Duo will be teaming up with Yui Casey of the Skipperin Rowing Club with Margaret Kremen on the European Lightweight Women, and the boat still has a chance to qualify for the Olympics. The final qualifier will take place in Lucerne in May. With the best performance in Europe, Case and Cremen will look to avoid this qualifying offer. They competed together for years and won a silver medal in the same category at the 2020 European Under-23 Rowing Championships.
Lydia Heavy, another Skibber Rover, will compete in the women’s singles lightweight event in Italy early next month. She won gold in the women’s lightweight doubles at the 2020 European Under-23 Rowing Championships before winning the final at the European Grand Prix in October last year.