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    2022 WORLD ROWING CUP III – LUCERNE, SWITZERLAND – Poland’s Olympic scullers win men’s quadruple gold medal!

    Our Polish scullers – Dominik Czaja, Mateusz Biskup, Miroslaw Zietarski, and Fabian Baranski won a gold medal in Men’s Quadruple Sculls in World Rowing Cup III in Switzerland.

    The men’s quadruple sculls from Poland contains the athletes from their double sculls and two of their quad from last year’s Olympic Games. They won semifinal1 in style, with clear water ahead of the rest of the crews and clocking a time of 5:38.79. The line-up is changed slightly from the previous two World Rowing Cups and includes Miroslaw Zietarski and Fabian Baranski, who won silver in the double sculls on both occasions. Meanwhile, in semifinal2, Romania won with a time of 5:37.21. The times suggest we should expect an exciting final tomorrow!

    And as expected, our Polish scullers won the final of the cup!

    Dominik Czaja, Mateusz Biskup, Mirosław Ziętarski, and Fabian Barański were doing a great job in the quadruple sculls from the very beginning of the regatta in Switzerland. In the A final, they were the main favourites to win and they fulfilled that role. From the very beginning, they moved strongly, and at a distance they increased their advantage. At the end of the race, they finished with the advantage of boat length ahead with Italy and Romania.




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