Rodica PUSCATU-ARBA

Romania ROU

  • Olympic Medals
    2 G
    1 S
    1 B
  • Games participations
    3
  • First Olympic Games
    Moscow 1980
  • Year of Birth
    1962
Olympic Results

Biography

Rodica PUSCATU-ARBA

Rodica Arba (né Puşcatu) is the most titled rower ever in Olympic history, with seven medals and four gold medals. As Rodica Puşcatu she won an Olympic bronze in 1980 at Moscow in the eights. She and Olga Bularda-Homeghi added a gold medal in 1984 at Los Angeles in the coxless pairs. In between, Arba- Puşcatu had won three medals at the world championships - 3rd in the 1981 coxless pairs, 3rd in the 1982 coxed fours, and 2nd in the 1983 coxless pairs. Her 1984 gold started her on a winning pattern, as she and Bularda-Homeghi won the World Championships in coxless pairs in 1985-87 and also at the 1988 Olympics, adding a 1987 World title in the eights. Rodica Arba added a silver in the eights at Seoul to give her her fourth Olympic medal.

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Olympic Results

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Results Event Sport

Seoul 1988

S
Coxed Eights
Coxed Eights Rowing
G
Coxless Pairs
Coxless Pairs Rowing
Olympic Results
Results Event Sport

Los Angeles 1984

G
Coxless Pairs
Coxless Pairs Rowing
Olympic Results
Results Event Sport

Moscow 1980

B
Coxed Eights
Coxed Eights Rowing