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Olympiske mestre får afgjort OL-skæbne formentlig fredag Featured Article

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25 May 2016 - 08h39 | Posted by glrfcentral | DK: Dansk Forening for Rosport | 1,114 Views | Report-Feedback-Nominate Article

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25 May 2016 - 07h29.
We added this as a featured article because it is the first time that the FISA rule on diversity has kicked in.  

It is great news for Danes but still a concern because of the uncertainty ... which boat gets to go.

Talk about heartbreak for the Belgians!

I feel sorry for the Belgian rower or rowers that qualified, but will not have the opportunity to participate in the Olympics.

An example of how an applied rule is the opposite of its intent. While both Belgium and Denmark are relatively small nations, rowing-wise Denmark is no small rowing nation - the Danish rowers won three medals in London in 2012...