HE World Rowing Championships Closed this Sunday in Belgrade (Serbia), with a sure harvest for the Spanish expedition three finalists and four permanent places For the next Olympic Games in Paris 2024.

Spain participated in this event 10 standard boats and three Paralympic boats. And despite not defending its two silver medals from last year (men’s double sculls and coxless), Athens has clinched a berth to the Olympics that have not been realized since 2004.

Double paddle (M2x) Rodrigo Conde And Aleix GarciaLast year’s runner-up finished fifth in a tough final. With the move to the final in question, the pair confirmed their Olympic places as there were 11 people present in this style.

For its part, the lightweight double oar (LM2x) Caetano Horta And Dennis Carracedo He also finished the race in fifth place. The newly created boat also signed the ticket for Paris 2024. Paralympian Benat Odriozola (PR2M1x) was one place away from medals after competing directly in the final, improving to his sixth place from last year.

After passing the B final, both the male and female coxswain (2-) placed seventh and eighth respectively. This reassured them One of 11 venues for the Olympic event in the French capital.

Near the Paralympic Games plaza was PR1. Javier GarciaThe person who came second in the B final and should have been first. The boat of Virginia Díaz, who placed sixth, also competed in the B final and will have to look for the Olympic Games option in the upcoming international events (the top nine qualified according to her method).

Manel Balastegui She finished second in the B final in light skiing (LM2x-), a non-Olympic method. Ninth (third in the B final) became the new PR3Mix4+ of Verónica Rodríguez, Josefa Benítez, Mario López, Saúl Peña and Leonor García (T), who will also face other championships to get a ticket to Paris 2024.

In her first participation at a World Championships, lightweight skier Teresa Díaz finished first in the C final alongside the coxless foursome (G4-) of Iria Jarama, Izaskun Etchániz, Olivia del Castillo and María Fernanda Valencia.

Meanwhile, fifth in the C final was the lightweight double scull (LW2x) driven by Natalia de Miguel alongside Rocío Lao. Finally, ski player Gonzalo García finished third in final D after his World Cup debut in Belgrade.