Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 23. Chapters: Achim Sidorov, Agafia Constantin, Alexandru Ceau?u, Alexandru Dul?u, Alexandru Dumitrescu, Alexandru Giura, Alexandru Popa, Alexe Dumitru, Andrei Contolenco, Andrei Cuculici, Andrei Igorov, Angelin Velea, Antonel Borsan, Anton Calenic, Atanase Sciotnic, Aurel Macarencu, Aurel Vernescu, Carmen Simion, Ciprian Popa, Claudia Nicula, Cornelia Sideri, Costel Co?ni??, Costic? Olaru, Daniel Stoian, Dimitrie Ivanov, Elena Lipalit, Elena Radu, Elisabeta B?beanu, Florica Vulpe?, Florintin Tataru, Florin Georgian Mironcic, Florin Huidu, Florin Popescu, Geza Magyar, Gheorghe Andriev, Gheorghe Danielov, Gheorghe Simionov, Grigore Obreja, Haralambie Ivanov, Hilde Lauer, Igor Lipalit, Ionel Constantin, Ionel Letcae, Ion Bîrl?deanu, Ion Dragulschi, Ion Geant?, Ion Sideri, Ivan Patzaichin, Josif Chirila, Larion Serghei, Leon Rotman, Lidia Talp?, Lipat Varabiev, Marcel Glavan, Mariana Limb?u, Marian Baban, Marian Sîrbu, Maria Nichiforov, Maria ?tefan, Maria Szkeli, Marin Popescu, Mercurie Ivanov, Mihaela Bene, Mihai ?urca?, Mihai Zafiu, Mircea Anastasescu, Mitic? Pricop, Nastasia Ionescu, Nicolae Fedosel, Nicolae Juravschi, Nicolae Simioncenco, Nicolae Ticu, Niculae Flocea, Nicu?or E?anu, Petre Capusta, Petrus Gavrila, Policarp Malîhin, Raluca Ioni??, Roman Vartolomeu, Romic? ?erban, Sanda Toma (canoer), Serghei Covaliov, Silviu Simioncencu, Simion Cuciuc, Sorin Petcu, Stavru Teodorov, ?tefan Vasile, Tecla Marinescu, Toma Simionov, Toni Ioneticu, Traian Neagu, Valentina Serghei, Vasile Curuzan, Vasilie Nicoar?, Vasilie Simiocenco, Victor Mihalachi, Victor Partnoi, Viorica Dumitru, Viorica Iordache. Excerpt: Ivan Patzaichin (Romanian pronunciation: ; born 26 November 1949) is a Romanian sprint canoer who competed from the late 1960s to the mid 1980s. Competing in five Summer Olympics, he won seven medals, more than any other competitor in the history of the Canadian canoeing events. This included four gold (C-1 1000 m: 1972, C-2 1000 m: 1968, 1980, 1984) and three silvers (C-2 500 m: 1980, 1984; C-2 1000 m: 1972). He also won 22 world championship medals with nine golds (C-1 1000 m: 1973, 1977; C-1 10000 m: 1978, C-2 500 m: 1979, C-2 1000 m: 1970, 1981, 1983; C-2 10000 m: 1982), four silvers (C-1 1000 m: 1975, C-2 1000 m: 1971, C-2 10000 m: 1981, 1983), and nine bronzes (C-1 500 m: 1971, 1973, 1974; C-1 1000 m: 1974, 1978, 1979; C-1 10000 m: 1974, 1977, 1979). Born in Mila 23, Tulcea County, to a Russian Lipovan family, he was a member of the Dinamo Bucharest canoe club. When he retired, Patzaichin became a coach and is now head of the Romanian national team, known as Amiralul ("The Admiral"). His pupils, including Olympic champion Florin Popescu, have won over one hundred sprint canoe titles. Leon Rotman (born July 22, 1934 in Bucharest) is a Romanian sprint canoer who competed in the late 1950s and early 1960s. Rotman is Jewish, and was born to a working-class Jewish family, he took up several sports in the years immediately after World War II and was fascinated by canoeing after seeing the famous Czech champions Jan Brzák-Felix and Bohumil Kudrna compete on Lake Snagov near Bucharest in 1953. He joined the Dinamo Bucharest sports club, in the hope of getting one of the Czech-made canoes left by the two in Romania. He didn't, but he was remarked by famous coach Radu Hu?an after becoming national champion in improvised canoes. He would eventually compete at the Olympics on the first canoe ever made in Romania (at the factories in Reghin, Mure? County). At the 1956 Summer Olympic Games in Melbourne, despite competing with a sprained ankle, Rotman won both the C-1 10000
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