Andrea Oubina - Andrea Oubiña

Andrea Oubina
Female shell - San Juan.jpg
San Juan team after winning the female shell in 2016, Andrea of ​​5 starboard.
Personal information
Full name Andrea Oubiña Rodríguez
Birth The Grove
November 10, 1990 (30 years)
country Spain
Nationality (s) Spanish
Sports race
Sport Remo
Discipline Drifters

Oubiña Andrea Rodriguez ( October to November of 1990 , El Grove ) is a Galician rower who has won the banner of female Concha eight times, plus the league ACT female five. [ 1 ]

He has also obtained several national titles in bateles, trainerillas and traineras, as well as Galician championships and regattas in all categories.

Biography

the beginning

In 2002 he began rowing at Amegrove, a club where he was for three years, before going to the Náutico de Vigo . [ 2 ] For the people of Vigo, he competed during 2006 and 2007 , winning the Spanish Bateles championship in cadet categories. [ 2 ] In 2008 he signed for Samertolameu de Meira , since then being part of the joint drift of Galician clubs that competed in the La Concha flag. [ 2 ]

Galician drifter

In 2008 , and after 128 years of history of the Male Shell Flag , the organizers, the San Sebastián City Council , decided to create the first edition of their women's regatta, where Andrea participated as part of the Galician team. [ 3 ] The test was contested in two regattas, a qualifying day held on September 13 at 6:00 p.m. and the final regatta on September 14 at 11:00 a.m., in a course of 2,778 meters with a single turn. [ 4 ] Her teammates were part of the Cabo de Cruz , Chapela and Samertolameu de Meira clubs , and they beat Astillero by less than five seconds.[ 3 ] [ 1 ] That yearalso won the Bandera City Council Redondela of skiffs. [ 5 ]

In the first year of the women's ACT league , in 2009 , the Galicia team presented itself with a formation made up of T-shirts from Chapela, Samertolameu and Cabo da Cruz. [ 6 ] Five of the seven flags of the league were awarded, finally adding 23 points, for the 15 of their most immediate pursuer, the Biscayan team. [ 7 ] That year they also qualified for the La Concha flag. In the final, Getaria -Tolosa started first, but the Galician crew recovered and revalidated their victory from the previous year with a three-second advantage over Astillero . [ 8 ]

In the second edition of the women's ACT league, they prevailed in the Moaña, Afamo and Zumaya regattas , while the Guipúzcoa crew won in Pedreña, Ambilamp and Guecho . At the end of August they reached the flag of Zarauz very even in the general classification. [ 9 ]They won the first day, but lost the second by five seconds compared to the Gipuzkoan T-shirts. This defeat did not prevent them from winning the flag, and also in the league, tied on points with their rivals. They went to collect the prizes of both competitions, but after collecting both trophies, the organization of the league rectified and they had to return the league title. They presented another claim, indicating that the Gipuzkoan women had rowed with two T-shirts and a patron from Ondárroa ( Vizcaya ) and a T-shirt from Castro Urdiales ( Cantabria ), which was prohibited by the Regulations. [ 10 ]The League's Competition Committee admitted the appeal presented by the Galicians, disqualified the Gipuzkoans and returned the first place in the league and the accrediting title to the Galicians. [ 11 ] The case remained open, and at the end of the year, the ACT referee decided to award both crews as league winners, pledging not to make public statements in the media. [ 12 ] In La Concha they won again for three consecutive occasions. [ 13 ]

In 2011 with Samertolameu he won the Galician trainerilla championship held in Rianxo at the end of May. [ 5 ] For its part, the Euskotren league changed its competition format, creating two different groups of clubs, and prohibiting the presence of territorial teams. [ 14 ] [ 15 ] After the regular season, Rías Baixas took first place in their group, but lost in the playoffs to two days before Getaria-Tolosa. [ 16 ] [ 17 ]In the flag of La Concha, Andrea won for the fourth consecutive year with Rías Baixas, contesting the final two days that were held. [ 18 ]

At the beginning of 2012, Samertolameu won the Redondela Town Hall flag , the Galician and Spanish Batals Championship, and shortly after the Moaña Town Hall flag , the Galician championship, and the National Trainerillas flag . [ 5 ] [ 19 ] Zumaya was the final winner of the Euskotren league after winning the flag of Zarauz and outdo one point to the team of Andrea, Rías Baixas, who won this year's second day of Zarauz, and Eusko flags Label, Pedreña and Zumaya. [ 20 ] [ 21 ]This year the flag of La Concha was very close due to what happened in the Euskotren league, but after the two days played, the Rías Baixas T-shirts surpassed Zumaya by more than twelve seconds. [ 22 ]

In 2013, Samertolameu won the Redondela Town Hall flag and the Galician Batals Championship again, and the following month the Moaña Town Hall flag of trainerillas. [ 5 ]

In 2014 he won the Galician championship and the silver medal in the Spanish championship of bateles with Samertolameu, and a month later the Galician and the national of trainerillas. [ 5 ] [ 23 ] [ 24 ] For the season drifters continued in the same club and managed to qualify for the Euskotren league. However, they finished fourth with 9 points, behind Koxtape , Hibaika and Zumaya. [ 25 ] That year they won the flag of the Boiro City Council on August 10. [ 5 ]

Coke tape

In 2015 the season began with Samertolameu, with which he won the Galician championship and the bronze medal in the Spanish Bateles championship . [ 2 ] Shortly after, coach Juan Mari Etxabe signed her to row in Koxtape, and she won the Euskotren league for the third time. [ 1 ] They lost on the second day of the Zarauz flag, the last in the league, to Hibaika, but they obtained the final victory on the flag, thanks to their victory on the first day. [ 26 ]

In 2016 the season with San Juan began in May, and a new national title was awarded, this time in the Spanish Trainerilla Championship, held in Pedreña . [ 1 ] the coach changed her position for the first time, to occupy the 5 starboard position from then on, instead of the 2 starboard she had previously occupied. [ 1 ] This year he won his second consecutive Euskotren league title and the fourth in total, after obtaining the Zarauz flag, ahead of Hibaika , Orio and Cabo da Cruz. [ 27 ]

Honors

Awards

References

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  2. ^ A b c d Pablo Penero (October 17, 2015). "The Empress of Spanish Rowing" . The Voice of Galicia . Retrieved April 5, 2017 .
  3. a b «Galicia wins the first female flag of La Concha» . The Voice of Galicia . September 14, 2008 . Retrieved March 29, 2017 .
  4. Gaizka Lasa. "A million to make history . " Basque newspaper . Retrieved March 29, 2017 .
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  9. ^ David García (August 16, 2010). "Galicia stays with honey on its lips" . Vigo lighthouse . Retrieved April 1, 2017 .
  10. "The female drifter filed a claim against Guipúzcoa for improper alignment" . The Voice of Galicia . August 21, 2010 . Retrieved April 1, 2017 .
  11. ^ Marta Mancebo (September 7, 2010). "The Rías Baixas women's team recovers the league title from which it was stripped in Zarauz . " The Voice of Galicia . Retrieved April 1, 2017 .
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  23. «PODIUM BY TESTS» . Spanish Rowing Federation . April 28, 2014. Archived from the original on March 30, 2016 . Retrieved April 6, 2017 .
  24. «PODIUM BY TESTS» . Spanish Rowing Federation . June 2, 2014. Archived from the original on March 30, 2016 . Retrieved April 6, 2017 .
  25. ^ "2014 season" . Eusko Label Liga . Retrieved April 6, 2017 .
  26. "San Juan Iberdrola wins the Euskotren league for the second consecutive year" . Gipuzkoasport. August 16, 2015. Archived from the original on October 2, 2016 . Retrieved April 3, 2017 .
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  28. ^ «Awarded the Centolas de Ouro 2016» . Pontevedra Viva. October 1, 2016.
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