Lobont undergoes surgery in Belgium
The goalkeeper of the football team Dinamo Bucharest and of Romania’s national team, Bogdan Lobont left to Belgium this afternoon, where he will undergo right-knee surgery at Doctor Marten’s clinic, where other players were also operated, such as Florin Bratu, Ianis Zicu and Cristian Pulhac. “Lobby” got injured during the Dinamo Bucharest versus Gloria Bistrita game in the Championship and will not return to Romania immediately after the knee surgery. He will stay in Belgium until doctors allow him to start recovery training.
Kimi Raikkonen and David Coulthard at Mamaia
Formula One drivers Kimi Raikkonen and David Coulthard will be present at Mamaia on May 2, Adevarul online informs. Fans will have the possibility to watch them in a demonstrative race. The first one to drive is going to be Kimi Raikkonen. David Coulthard, one of the well known Formula One drivers, will take part to the Red Bull F1 Mix event. The races are going to take place at 2 p.m. and 3 p.m. Coulthard will drive a Red Bull racing car on Mamaia boulevard, between Rex Hotel and Club Bamboo.
Universitatea Craiova, Steaua and Gaz Metan Medias won the 27th round
The football team Universitatea Craiova achieved a difficult victory by 1 – 0 in a home game, against FC Arges Pitesti, in a game included in the 27th round of League I, on Sunday. The only one goal of the game was scored by the Cameroon-based player Jeremie Njock in the 78th minute. In another game, Gaz Metan Medias achieved a precious victory by 2 – 1 in an away game with the team Gloria Buzau. The Brazilian Eric de Oliveira scored both goals for the winners in the 32nd and respectively the 64th minute, and Mera scored in the 38th minute for the hosts. Steaua Bucharest won the game against CS Otopeni by 1 – 0 . The sole goal of the game was scored by the Greek player Kapetanos in the second minute of the extra time.
Athletics: Dragos Neacsu and Ana Maria Groza, Balkan March Champions
Romanian sportsmen, who obtained victories in both races of 20 kilometres, dominated the Over-21 Balkan March Championship in Bucharest. The men’s competition was won by Dragos Neacsu with 1 h 23’ 26’’ 6 / 10, followed by another Romanian marcher, Silviu Casandra. The bronze medal was won by the Greek Alexandros Papamichail). In the women’s competition, the golden medal went to Ana Maria Groza (Romania), with 1 h 29’ 30” 6 / 10, followed by Maria Chatzipanagotidou (Greece) and Ana Rodean (Romania). In the overall women’s chart, Romania also reached the first position by 23 points, followed by Turkey (18 points) and Greece (17 points) while the men’s overall scores were dominated by Greece (17 points), followed by Romania (15 points), the Republic of Moldova (13 points) and Bulgaria (2 points). In the overall charts, Romania reached the first place with 38 points, followed by Greece (34 points), Turkey (32 points) and the Republic of Moldova (13 points).