Worcester’s Caroline Florij won gold at the World Cup

The Dutch left the match without a chance on Sunday. (Image: Live).

At the World Cup rowing competition in Switzerland, all four non-Hellman partners won gold this weekend. This is the second time in a short time that Caroline Florijn of Wurshot has had success on her boat. Last month, the team won the European Championship for the third time in a row and qualified for the Olympics in Tokyo.

During the World Cup in Lucerne, the boat was accompanied by Ymkje Clevering, Veronique Meester and Sophie Sower in addition to Florigen. The Dutch left the tournament without a chance on Sunday: in the end Great Britain’s second difference was more than the length of the boat.

“We have now won three times in a row on the same boat, which is fantastic,” said a proud Floriz after a previous victory on News071. After that it became clear that they could participate in the Olympics. “The gold medal is the goal there,” he said, adding that “Australia is also participating, which is one of the biggest competitors for us.”

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