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World Rowing names 2011 supreme award winners Надіслати електронною поштою
Написав Прес-служба НКСІУ   
11.11.2011

img_0545_2_320x200.jpgFISA, the International Rowing Federation, is proud to announce the winners of the 2011 World Rowing Awards for each of the five awards categories: Coach of the Year, Female Crew of the Year, Male Crew of the Year, Adaptive Crew of the Year and Distinguished Services to Rowing.  The 2011 World Rowing Awards have honoured rowing representatives from Greece, New Zealand, Ukraine and Argentina.

 

Following public nomination which attracted nearly 2,000 submissions, the final selection of awardees was made by the Executive Committee of the International Rowing Federation (FISA). The winners will be announcedimg_0537_2_320x200.jpg today, Friday 11 November, during the World Rowing Coaches Conference Gala Dinner in Varese, Italy.

 

Greece’s rowing success in recent years is acknowledged with two of World Rowing’s annual awards: the Coach of the Year Award goes to Gianni Postiglione, while the Female Crew of the Year goes to the lightweight women’s double of Christina Giazitzidou and Alexandra Tsiavou.

 

The World Rowing Male Crew of the Year is awarded to New Zealand’s men’s pair Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, while Ukraine’s Alla Lysenko picks up the World Rowing Adaptive Crew of the Year award. Ricardo Ibarra from Argentina is the recipient of the World Rowing Distinguished Service to International Rowing award.

 

2011 World Rowing Adaptive Crew of the Year: Alla Lysenko (UKR), AS Women’s Single Sculls (ASW1x)

It did not take Alla Lysenko long to get to the top of her event. In Lysenko’s first year of rowing in 2009, she became World Champion in the AS women’s single sculls and, in a phenomenal performance she also set a new World Best Time. Lysenko was not able to make it to the World Rowing Championships in 2010 due to ill-health, but she came back this year to reclaim her World Championship title from 2010 winner, Nathalie Benoit of France.

 

Lysenko, 42, suffered a spinal cord injury and had both legs amputated following a car accident in 1996. Rowing is the first disability sport that Lysenko has competed in. She has won every international race that she has entered.

 

Press Release

Lausanne, Switzerland
11 November 2011 

 
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