Fernando pimenta tokyo

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How old is Fernando Pimenta?

Fernando Ismael Fernandes Pimenta GOIH ComM ( Portuguese pronunciation: [fɨɾˈnɐ̃dw piˈmẽtɐ], born 13 August 1989) is a Portuguese sprint canoeist who has won multiple medals at the Olympic Games, World and European championships . Pimenta has competed since the late 2000s.

What happened to Fernando Pimenta at the Olympics?

In a final of strong emotions, the Portuguese canoeist from SL Benfica was 3rd in the K1 1000 meters. At 4:27 am this Tuesday, August 3, Fernando Pimenta, SL Benficas canoeist, crossed the finish line in 3rd place in the K1 1000 meters final at the Olympic Games (3:22.478) and celebrated the bronze medal, the third for Portugal in Tokyo.

Who is Pedro Pimenta?

Pimenta participated in the inaugural edition of the European Games, in Baku, Azerbaijan, where he became the first Portuguese sprint canoeist to win a medal in this competition, after finishing second in the K-1 1000 metres event; a day later, he added another silver medal in the K-1 5000 metres.

What are Fernando Pimentas podium finishes at the flatwater World Championships?

Fernando Pimenta had the following podium finishes at the Flatwater World Championships: 2nd 2010 K2 500 m (with João Ribeiro), 2nd 2014 K4 1000 m (with Emanuel Silva, João Ribeiro, and David Fernandes), 3rd 2015 K1 1000 m. GO OLYMPIC. GET ALL THIS.

Who is Fernando Pimenta?

Fernando Pimenta was born on 13 August, 1989 in Ponte de Lima, Portugal, is a Portuguese canoeist. Discover Fernando Pimentas Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates.

What are Fernando Pimentas podium finishes at the flatwater World Championships?

Fernando Pimenta had the following podium finishes at the Flatwater World Championships: 2nd 2010 K2 500 m (with João Ribeiro), 2nd 2014 K4 1000 m (with Emanuel Silva, João Ribeiro, and David Fernandes), 3rd 2015 K1 1000 m. GO OLYMPIC. GET ALL THIS.

When did Fernando Pimenta start swimming?

Fernando Pimenta started swimming in 1993, only 4 years old, and this was his main sport until he discovered, in the summer of 2001, canoeing.

What happened to Pimenta at the European Championships?

At the European Championships in Brandenburg, Germany, Pimenta finished again in the top-three places of the K-1 5000 and K-4 1000 metres, taking a bronze medal in both events.

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