Who is Eliza Diamandescu, the revelation of Romanian swimming?

Who is Eliza Diamandescu, the revelation of Romanian swimming?

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Date of publication. Friday, May 27, 2022, at 9:51 p.m.

Update Date: Friday, May 27, 2022, at 9:54 p.m.

The little swimmer no longer surprises anyone when she returns from competitions full of medals. He won the national championship in Bacau … 21!

11 gold, 6 silver և 4 bronze.


“It was great, I started to work harder, to show what I am capable of.”says Eliza Diamandescu, a multiple national champion in swimming, junior and youth.

Eliza started swimming at the age of 6, motivated by ambition. “I went to the pool with my mother, and there my coach’s husband was swimming with the children. “When I saw that they were all swimming, I was ashamed to pull out my coil and start doing what they did,” said Eliza Diamandescu, a multiple national champion in swimming, junior and youth. Eight years have passed since then, and now the child is passing a law in the pool.


“At the age of 9, I surpassed the 38-year-old record. That was the moment when I realized that I really had to work to get where I wanted to be. ” Eliza Diamandescu, multiple national champion in swimming, juniors and youth.

At 6:30 he wakes up, at 8:00 he enters the pool!

In July, Eliza will pass her most important swimming exams. “We are trying to reach the semi-finals of the European Junior Championships, and we want to win a medal at FOTE,” said Elon Diamandescu, coach of Yvonne Stoltz. That’s why Eliza trains 9 times a week, her schedule is Spartan.


“I leave the house at 7:15, I reach the pool at 7:30, I am in the water at 8:00, I finish my training at 10:00, I get home at 11:00. I have school from 12:00, and then I go to the second lesson. I get home in the eveningabout 8 “- Eliza Diamandescu, multiple national champion in swimming, junior and youth.

The girl has a dream of swimming. “I want to reach the Olympic Games, to become an Olympic champion.” Eliza Diamandescu, multiple national champion in swimming, juniors and youth, concludes.

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