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The World Rowing Championships are underway in Racice, The Czech Republic. Among the Romanian crews likely to step onto a step of the podium there is the defending Olympic and European Champion women's pair made of Ancuța Bodnar and Simona Radiș. Also worth watching is the progress of the women's coxed eight crew, a European title holder as well. 


In news from women's handball, Romania's champion team, Rapid Bucharest, on Wednesday secured a comfortable 34-25 away win against Magura Cisnadie, in a fixture counting towards the National League's 5th round. In another regular match, Baia Mare defeated Dunărea Brăila, 27-25. Quite surprisingly, Gloria Buzău are at the top of the table, with 12 points in four games. CSM Bucharest is the runner-up team, with 10 points in four games.


Former FCSB head-coach, Anton Petrea, on Wednesday was appointed at the helm of a Chindia Târgovişte. The latter team's former head-coach, Adrian Mihalcea, had a mutual consent contract termination with Chindia' s management this past Tuesday. After 11 rounds in the Super League, Chindia Târgovişte is at the bottom of the table in the rankings, with a mere 3 points and a no-win record.


Romania's national football team is in Helsinki for a Nations League fixture against Finland on Friday. In League B's third group, Romanian's national team is 4th-placed according to the as-it-stands table, with only 3 points on its record sheet. Finland is 3rd-placed, with 4 points, Bosnia and Herzegovina are at the top of the table, with 8 points, followed by Montenegro, with 7. In Bosnia's Zelnica this coming Friday, Bosnia and Herzegovina go against Montenegro. In Bucharest on Monday, Romania takes on Bosnia and Herzegovina, while in Podgorica, Montenegro plays Finland. (EN)


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