Alsu Minazova failed to reach rowing slalom tournament final at Olympic Games-2020 in Tokyo
Debutante of the Olympic Games Alsu Minazova completed her rowing slalom performance at the Tokyo Olympics at the semi-final stage.
According to Championship.ru, Minazova showed a result of 120.66 and took 17th place. Only the top 10 athletes qualify for the final. The best result is the Australian Jessica Fox. The final of the rowing slalom competition will be held today, July 27.
The athlete from Bashkiria has been preparing for this start for several days. Before that, she had two attempts in qualifying.
Now Alsu Minazova will compete in the single canoe event. This type of rowing slalom program at the 2020 Olympics will start on July 28.
Alsu Minazova is a native of the village of Ilishevo, Ilishevsky district of Bashkiria. She began to practice rowing slalom in May 2011, a trainee of the republican school of the Olympic reserve in rowing and canoeing. Her first coaches were Valentina Egorova and Nikolai Volkov.
Alsu competes for Bashkortostan and Moscow. She was selected for the Olympics back in 2019 at the World Championship in the "Women's Kayak" class.