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‘The Metropolitan Police have been and continue to work tirelessly in providing their care and support during this very difficult time.’ Mr Burnaz has been discharged from hospital.
Romanian ambassador Dan Mihalache told the BBC: ‘They were coming to London to celebrate their birthday.
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first medals at the European Championships: WAG: Elena Leustean (1957 - AA silver, UB, FX), Sonia Iovan (1957 - BB silver, bronze AA, VT); MAG - Dan Grecu (1973 - silver SR) ...
first edition of National Championships: Resita, May 17-18, 1947 SHE’S PERFECT! The Montreal Games, in full justice, are called Nadia Comaneci’s Olympics.
She was pulled out by firefighters who directed a boat towards her.
first Federal Gymnastics Festival (Bucharest, 1908) ...The family of Andreea Cristea, seen plunging into the Thames, have spoken out to say they are ‘overwhelmed by the love, support and respect’ shown for her.Ms Cristea, a Romanian tourist, was on a short break to London with her boyfriend Andrei Burnaz.The Romanian Gymnastics Federation celebrates the commemorative events that marked not only Romanian gymnastics, but also the gymnastics development at continental and international level. first member of board of international gymnastics organization: army general Petre V.Most important, in chronological order: 40 years from the fabulous "Perfect Ten" of Nadia Comăneci at the Olympic Games in Montreal (July 18, 1976); 110 years of the establishment of the Romanian Gymnastics Federation (September 14, 1906); 60 years from first Olympic medal (Melbourne, November 2 – December 8, 1956, bronze women team) and, in 2017, we will celebrate 60 years since the first women's European Championship (May 26-28, 1957 – Bucharest) and will run with the number 70 edition of the National Championships, with the first in 1947. Năsturel (1910 - former European Gymnastics Federation) ...