Rowing – A strong finish for the doubles at the world championships in Canada

Created on September 10, 2022 | 02:51

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disappointment Tanja Frank and Lucas Haberle have little reason to be happy in Canada.

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Laura Farese and Matthäus Zöchling finished the Nacra 17 World Championship in third place and 15th overall. Disappointment for Frank and Haberle.

With a third place in the last race, the two Neustadters Laura Fares and Matthäus Zöchling bid farewell to the Sailing World Championships in Canada. “It would have been even better if we had made better decisions,” said helmswoman Faris. In previous races, the duo often didn’t go according to plan, only

They entered the top ten three times. With the successful result, Zöchling and Farese moved up to 15th place in the overall standings. “Unfortunately, we were not consistent enough overall. But we are very happy that we were finally able to keep up with the pace of the other boats in this world championship,” concluded Faris. The second pair participating from Burgenland had less reason to be happy. New immigrant Tanja Frank from her Upper Austria With partner Lucas Haberl, he only had one trip to the top ten, finishing 23rd in the final standings. Foreman Frank takes it sportingly: “We still have a long way to go. I think it’s a completely natural process for a newly formed team. We’ll study the World Cup well and get it right.” Making decisions is the most important thing.

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