Three gold medals for Romania on the European College Video games

“Distinctive report of the coed groups from Romania on the 2022 version of the European College Video games!!! Three European College Champions: West College of Timisoara – Males’s Soccer; College of Pitesti – Ladies’s Basketball and Ştefan cel Mare College of Suceava – Males’s Handball” , wrote Sorin Cîmpeanu on his Fb web page.

In response to him, the whole monitor report of the Romanian delegation is: 3 gold medals, 1 bronze medal, 4 4th locations, 4 fifth locations, 1 sixth place, 1 seventh place and 1 twelfth place.

“The younger Romanian athletes have as soon as once more demonstrated their worth and I’m much more pleased that they’re performing in sports activities and, on the similar time, are involved with persevering with their research. The victory of the soccer staff of the West College of Timișoara on the European College Video games in Lodz (Poland) is a primary for the Romanian nationwide staff at this stage, and I’m satisfied that the Romanian college sport has one thing to realize by the instance of those younger champions. Sports activities and schooling are indispensable for younger folks and youngsters to develop harmoniously and to boost their qualities. I congratulate the current European college soccer champions from UVT for the distinctive victory achieved in Poland”, Prime Minister Nicolae Ciucă despatched for his half.

The successful groups of the Nationwide College Championships organized by the Federation of Faculty and College Sports activities in 2022 had been entered within the competitors: ladies’s basketball, males’s basketball, ladies’s handball, males’s handball, ladies’s and males’s volleyball, males’s soccer, ladies’s 3×3 basketball, males’s 3×3 basketball , feminine and male karate, feminine and male chess.

The 2022 version of the European College Video games came about at Lodz, in Polandbetween July 17-30 this 12 months

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