Silver and bronze from France! * Judo – the game that put the CSM Ploiești membership on the “medal map”

The representatives of the Ploieşti Municipal Sports activities Membership on the ISF Gymnasium in France gained two medals, the 2 athletes of the judo part – who have been a part of the Romanian delegation – managed to climb the award podium!
Thus, Rareş Arsenie gained the silver medal within the “+90 kg” class, and Vanessa Tolea gained the bronze within the “57 kg” class, a class she is just not very used to, she often competing within the “52 kg” class.

Rareş Arsenie handed Tunahan Tutar (Turkey), Leonardo Villacares (Chile) and Gabriel Santos (Brazil) within the semifinals, however he had a near-impossible mission within the closing with the Spaniard… Davit Kevlishvili, an athlete clearly superior bodily (the opponent weighing about 30 kilograms further).
Vanessa Tolea gained the bronze after beating Nomin Dorjpurev (Mongolia) and Fang Chi Kuo (Taipei) within the first two rounds, then misplaced within the semifinals to Bianca Rosa (Brazil), the athlete who would win the gold medal within the class . Within the bronze medal match, Vanessa defeated Meryem Nur Kanbur from Turkey.
The athletes are educated on the membership by Gheorghe Savu (coordinator), Mihai Trandafirescu and Doru Munteanu.

sixth place after the enchantment

The evolutions of the athletes from CSM Ploieşti on the ISF Gymnasium in France ended on Saturday with the presence of the gymnast Sabina Enache within the closing of the circle, held within the “Celine Dumerc” Corridor, in Rouen.

The sportswoman educated by Simona Puiu and Liliana Băescu took the sixth place after she was marked with 26,200, a rating that was reached solely after an enchantment filed by our delegation. Initially, Sabina had obtained solely 25,800, regardless of the next evolution than within the {qualifications}, on Tuesday, for which she had been marked with… 26,900!
The gymnast Sabina Enache had additionally competed in golf equipment and ribbons, with out with the ability to entry the 2 objects among the many first eight athletes. The athlete educated by Simona Puiu and Liliana Băescu was marked with 24,900 in golf equipment (eleventh place) and 18,700 in ribbon (twenty first place), in a contest wherein there have been many organizational issues by way of the composition of the referees’ brigade and, by default, the scoring system has been affected.
Within the particular person compound rating, Sabina Enache (the second youngest gymnast within the competitors) positioned thirteenth, with a complete of 94,450 factors. It needs to be famous that in an unofficial hierarchy of feminine athletes born in 2006, she would rank third within the particular person compound.

Similar place 6 and basketball

Within the 3 × 3 basketball competitors, the women educated by Loredana Munteanu and Robert Munteanu additionally completed the competitors in sixth place, an honorable rating on condition that the workforce had one of many lowest ages, all athletes – Daria Iordăchescu , Daria Tănase and Karina Munteanu (CSM Ploieşti), plus Greta Nemeş (Sepsi Sfântu Gheorghe) – being born in 2006.

On the final day of the match, the women gained the semifinal within the 5-8 zone with Uganda, rating 15-13, in order that, within the match for the fifth place, they misplaced to Ukraine 21-9.
Subsequently, CSM Ploieşti had 11 representatives within the Romanian delegation on the Gymnasium, of which eight athletes and three coaches, the steadiness being the next: a silver medal (Rareş Arsenie at “+90 kg”) and a bronze (Vanessa Tolea at ” 57 kg ”) in judo, a sixth place within the circle (Sabina Enache) – rhythmic gymnastics, a sixth place within the ladies’s 3 × 3 basketball competitors, with Daria Iordăchescu, Karina Munteanu and Daria Tănase within the workforce and a fifth place within the group preliminary (which didn’t make sure the qualification within the subsequent part of the competitors) for the three × 3 boys basketball workforce, which consisted of two folks from Ploiești – George Angelian and Robert Pătraru.

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