The greatest Romanian athletes in competitions…

The European Swimming and Rowing Championships in Rome, a competition within the European Multisport Championships in Munich, the culmination of an extensive program dedicated to the 50th anniversary of the 1972 Olympic Games, can be watched on TVR.

Swimmer David Popovici, the most prominent man in Romanian sport, returns to TVR this summer. The star of the World Championships in Budapest and the European Junior Championships in Bucharest has participated in the European Senior Swimming Championships, taking place in Rome, a competition broadcast live by TVR 1 starting August 12. Olympic champions Simona Radish and Ankwa Bodnar, as well as silver medalists Cyprien Todosi, Marius Kuzmiuk, Mogurel Simciuk, Stefan Berario, Mihcic Sigonescu and other medalists at the European and World Youth Championships in Munich, in rowing, at EC Multisport, are also broadcasted. Live on TVR 1.

David Popovici, today, in the semi-finals of the 100m freestyle, at Rome 2022 Swimming EC, live on TVR

1,500 athletes from 50 countries are taking part in the European Swimming Championships, which will be held in the Italian capital, Rome, from August 11-21. There are 231 medals available to the organizers during the 11 days of competition in swimming, diving, synchronized swimming, open water swimming and high diving. Among the favorites in the competition is Romanian athlete David Popovici, who has already qualified, with a new record – 47.20, in the semi-finals of the 100-meter freestyle. We celebrate our hero today, August 12, from 19:00, live on TVR 1.

The Romanian Swimming and Modern Pentathlon Federation participates in Rome with a team of 11 athletes competing in swimming, diving and high diving.

Swimming: David Popovici (100m freestyle, 200m freestyle, 400m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle relay), Alexandra Dobrin (200m medley, 400m medley), Alexandra Victorica Bogdonisi (50m butterfly, 100m butterfly), Patrick Sebastian Dinu (100m freestyle, 4x100m freestyle relay), George-Alexandru Stoica-Constantin (100m freestyle, 4x100m free relay), Mihai Gergely (100m freestyle, 200m mixed relay, 4x100m free relay), Andre Mircia Angel (50m aft, 100m aft);

Diving: Amelie Forster (1 meter trampoline), Angelica Moscalo (10 meter platform);

High Diving: Cătălin Preda, Constantin Popovici.

The broadcast from the 2022 Rome European Swimming Championships can be watched between August 12-17, live on TVR 1, from 10:00 am to 7:00 pm, with commentary from Emil Hossu-Longin. TVR Moldova viewers also enjoy the national live broadcast.

European Multisport Championship, live on TVR 1. Rowing broadcast, from August 12

The largest sporting event to be held in Munich since the Olympic Games in 1972, this year’s European Multi-Sports Championships brings together nine Olympic and two Paralympic sports, including individual, team and ball sports (athletics, rowing, gymnastics, rowing, cycling, tennis table, triathlon, beach volleyball, climbing). 177 medals will be awarded to the winners of all competitions that will be held in the Olympic Park and in the Regatta.

Viewers will be able to watch the most interesting rowing races, live on TVR 1, in which Romanian athletes who have won medals in major international competitions participate.

In the sport of rowing, Romania is represented in Munich in 11 events: double kayaks, double kayaks, 4 kayaks, 4 kayaks, 8 + 1 men’s, women’s and single, light class. Among the rowers who took part in the competition are Olympic champions Simona Radish and Ankwa Bodnar, as well as silver medalists Cyprien Todosi, Marius Kosmik, Muguril Simciuk, Stefan Berario and Mihic Degonescu, as well as athletes who won medals at European and world youth championships. .

Simona Radish and Ankwa Bodnar will compete in the event in which they won the Olympic gold medal (double rowing), as well as in the Queen Rowing Competition, 8+1.

The TVR team made up of Monica Bokor, the journalist and Marianne Toporgic, the operator, are in Munich during the European Multi-Sports Championships for reporting, live interviews, as well as interventions in news magazines.

Viewers will be able to watch the broadcast of the European Rowing Championships (Munich, 9-14 August) on TVR 1 by following the following schedule: Friday, August 12 and Saturday, August 13, 12:40 pm; Sunday, August 14 at 1:20 p.m. Commentator Christian Mindro. Viewers will be able to watch competitions from the European Rowing Championships on TVR Moldova.

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