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Τρίτη, 30 Ιουνίου 2009

Πεσκάρα 09 τελετη έναρξης



φωτογραφίες της Ζof Ka

ΠΕΣΚΑΡΑ 09 ΑΠΌ ΤΟΝ Φώτη Παρδαφέλη

Οι φωτογραφίες στάλθηκαν από τον Δ.Τσουρτσούλα και τραβήχτηκαν από τον Φώτη Παρδαφέλη.






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ΕΙΚΟΝΑ ΤΗΣ ΗΜΕΡΑΣ από MASSIMOS

To the Sun
photo submitted by: Massimos (June 30, 2009)


Άσχετο αλλά καλό.

Δευτέρα, 29 Ιουνίου 2009

Οι νικητές Απριλίου και Μαϊου

Winner for May 2009
Photographer: Lovisa Niss
Photo title: Lassi Karonen races against a churchboat
Photo location: October 2008 on lake Siljan in Leksand, Sweden

Lassi Karonen races against a churchboat. October 2009 at the lake Siljan in Leksand, Sweden.


Winner for April 2009
Photographer: Rosie Ulrich
Photo title: Dawn on Lake Ruataniwha
Photo location: Twizel, New Zealand

Dawn on Lake Ruataniwha. Canterbury University Women's Intermediate Eight having a morning row on Lake Ruataniwha in Twizel, New Zealand.

T΄ αφεντικά της Πεσκάρα.

Greece in control at Mediterranean Games


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29/06/2009
It comes around every four years, in the year following the Olympic Games. Rowing at the 16th Mediterranean Games in Pescara, Italy, has crowned new winners.

As one of 25 sports at the Mediterranean Games, rowing attracted a strong contingent from 15 countries of the Mediterranean Basin region, who competed over three days of racing. The weather was favourable on Finals day which contrasted to a head wind that the athletes confronted on the previous two days of racing.

Outstanding on Finals day was Greece who, under the guidance of head coach Gianni Postiglione left with five gold medals from the eight events. The three other golds went to France with two, and Spain’s single sculler, Nuria Dominguez, earned the remaining gold in the women’s single. Host nation Italy was unlucky on the gold medal front but still managed seven medals of the silver and bronze variety. The Italians dedicated their medals to the earthquake that hit the Abruzzo population.

Greece’s gold medal haul began with Ioannis Christou in the men’s single. Christou was a last-minute qualifier for the Beijing Olympics after spending most of his lead-up in the double. The single has proved to be a worthy change for Christou who beat second-placed Marion Vekic of Croatia by two seconds.

Another win for Greece went to the Gkountoulas brothers in the men’s pair. This close race opened with Egypt leading before Greece took over in the front. Greece was then challenged right to the line by France who finished second ahead of Olympians Serbia in third.

France’s new men’s double combination of their top two single scullers Julien Bahain and Cedric Berrest came through from behind to win over Slovenia’s Spik brothers, Jan and Luka. Surprisingly, the experienced Simone Raineri and Matteo Stefanini of Italy finished third.

Greece’s under-23 champion and Olympian Alexandra Tsiavou held off the competition in the lightweight women’s single leaving Laura Milani of Italy with silver and Croatia’s Mirna Rajle Brodanac with bronze. The lightweight men’s single also went to Greece. The country’s most medalled rower, Vasileios Polymeros, sprinted home first ahead of Italy and France.

Greece received a confidence boost in the lightweight women’s double with Rowing World Cup finalists from Banyoles, Christina Giazitzidou and Triantafyllia Kalampoka, coming home in first.

An upset in the lightweight men’s double had France’s Jeremie Azou and Frederic Dufour beating Beijing Olympic fourth-place finishers, Italy (Luini and Miani) by nearly three seconds. Slovenia followed in third.



Κυριακή, 28 Ιουνίου 2009

Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία Φωτογραφίες 3

Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία
Φωτογραφίες από το άλμπουμ του Nick Thomaidis - Pescara2009




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Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία Φωτογραφίες

Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία
Φωτογραφίες από το άλμπουμ του Nick Thomaidis - Pescara2009





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Φωτογραφίες από τα χρυσά κουπιά

Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία
Φωτογραφίες από το άλμπουμ του Nick Thomaidis - Pescara2009






Μεσογειακοί Πεσκάρα 09 Κωπηλασία
Φωτογραφίες από το άλμπουμ του Nick Thomaidis - Pescara2009

Kαι τα αποτελέσματων των δύο τελικων με Ελληνική συμμετοχή.

Men's Lightweight Double Sculls Final

Rank Lane NOC
Code
Name 500 1000 1500 2000
1 3 France FRA - FRA (b) AZOU Jeremie 1:34.73 (1)

3:06.78 (2)
0.44
1:32.05 (2)
4:47.60 (1)

1:40.82 (1)
6:28.36 (1)

1:40.76 (3)
(s) DUFOUR Frederic
2 4 Italy ITA - ITA (b) LUINI Elia 1:35.32 (2)
0.59
3:06.34 (1)

1:31.02 (1)
4:48.45 (2)
0.85
1:42.11 (3)
6:31.04 (2)
2.68
1:42.59 (5)
(s) MIANI Marcello
3 2 Slovenia SLO - SLO (b) MALESIC Matevz 1:38.65 (5)
3.92
3:12.79 (5)
6.45
1:34.14 (4)
4:54.84 (4)
7.24
1:42.05 (2)
6:34.86 (3)
6.50
1:40.02 (2)
(s) CVET Jure
4 6 Serbia SRB - SRB (b) NESIC Nemanja 1:35.88 (3)
1.15
3:09.11 (3)
2.77
1:33.23 (3)
4:53.65 (3)
6.05
1:44.54 (5)
6:35.00 (4)
6.64
1:41.35 (4)
(s) STANOJEVIC Milos
5 1 Turkey TUR - TUR (b) YILMAZ Cem 1:41.37 (6)
6.64
3:19.92 (6)
13.58
1:38.55 (6)
5:03.29 (6)
15.69
1:43.37 (4)
6:42.01 (5)
13.65
1:38.72 (1)
(s) YUMRUKAYA Ahmet
6 5 Greece GRE - GRE (b) PAPPAS Ilias 1:36.63 (4)
1.90
3:11.43 (4)
5.09
1:34.80 (5)
4:59.52 (5)
11.92
1:48.09 (6)
6:43.66 (6)
15.30
1:44.14 (6)
(s) KONSOLAS Elefterios




Men's Double Sculls Final

Rank Lane NOC
Code
Name 500 1000 1500 2000
1 4 France FRA - FRA (b) BAHAIN Julien 1:35.98 (3)
2.59
3:06.79 (3)
2.03
1:30.81 (2)
4:46.15 (2)
1.22
1:39.36 (2)
6:21.86 (1)

1:35.71 (1)
(s) BERREST Cedric
2 5 Slovenia SLO - SLO (b) SPIK Luka 1:35.07 (2)
1.68
3:05.29 (2)
0.53
1:30.22 (1)
4:44.93 (1)

1:39.64 (3)
6:24.41 (2)
2.55
1:39.48 (3)
(s) SPIK Jan
3 3 Italy ITA - ITA (b) RAINERI Simone 1:39.00 (5)
5.61
3:10.50 (5)
5.74
1:31.50 (5)
4:49.63 (3)
4.70
1:39.13 (1)
6:27.83 (3)
5.97
1:38.20 (2)
(s) STEFANINI Matteo
4 6 Greece GRE - GRE (b) PAPACHRISTOS Stergios 1:33.39 (1)

3:04.76 (1)

1:31.37 (3)
4:50.62 (4)
5.69
1:45.86 (6)
6:31.28 (4)
9.42
1:40.66 (4)
(s) TSAMIS Ioannis
5 2 Egypt EGY - EGY (b) EL BESTAWY Mostafa 1:37.79 (4)
4.40
3:09.17 (4)
4.41
1:31.38 (4)
4:51.96 (5)
7.03
1:42.79 (4)
6:38.86 (5)
17.00
1:46.90 (6)
(s) MOHAMED Ahmed
6 1 Turkey TUR - TUR (b) KAYKAC Bahadir 1:47.34 (6)
13.95
3:25.67 (6)
20.91
1:38.33 (6)
5:09.82 (6)
24.89
1:44.15 (5)
6:53.09 (6)
31.23
1:43.27 (5)
(s) ATIL Levent

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Το πέμπτο στο διπλό ελαφρύ γυναικών.

Μπράβο Χριστίνα ,Μπράβο Τριανταφυλλιά!!!!!!

Women's Lightweight Double Sculls

Medal Name Members
GOLD GOLD Greece GRE - Greece KALAMPOKA Triantafyllia
GIAZITZIDOU Christina
SILVER SILVER France FRA - France MAURIN Elise
SIMON Coralie
BRONZE BRONZE Italy ITA - Italy TAMBOLONI Carola
MAI Erika


Το τέταρτο χρυσό από τον Βασίλη , Μπράβο Βασίλη!!!

Medal Name Members
GOLD GOLD Greece GRE - Greece POLYMEROS Vasileios
SILVER SILVER Italy ITA - Italy BERTINI Lorenzo
BRONZE BRONZE France FRA - France GOISSET Maxime
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