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Gold for Croatia’s Men’s Quadruple Sculls at World Rowing Champs in Korea

rowingCroatia’s champion Men’s Quadruple Sculls have done it again. This time David Šain, Martin Sinković, Damir Martin and Valent Sinković  have won gold at the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, Korea.

The quartet showed their class once again by dominating today’s final at the Tangeum International Rowing Regatta course. Croatia started strong at continued the pace right throughout the race, finishing in a time of 5:53.57. Šain, Martin and the Sinković’ brothers were too good for second place Germany, the team that beat Croatia in the Olympic Games final in London last year. Great Britain were in third place. It is the Croatia’s second world title, after winning it in New Zealand three years ago. (foto: World Rowing)

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