Nina Nikolaevna Frolova

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Nina Nikolajewna Frolowa ( Russian: Нина Николаевна Фролова ; born October 11, 1948 ) is a former Soviet helmswoman in rowing and four-time world champion in eight .

The 1.46 m tall Nina Frolowa won her first international title at the 1970 European Championships in a foursome with a helmsman . At the European Championships in 1971 and 1973 she won with the Soviet eighth . At the 1974 World Championships , Frolova won the silver medal behind the boat from the GDR with the eighth , and the Soviet eighth took fifth place the following year . In 1977 Frolowa drove the Soviet four and won the silver medal behind the boat from the GDR in this boat class at the world championships .

Nina Frolowa won her first world championship title in New Zealand in 1978 , it was the first Soviet world championship victory in the women's eight . In the following year , the Soviet eight was able to defend the title. At the Olympic Games in Moscow, the Soviet eighth lost to the eighth from the GDR, who won the silver medal at the 1978 and 1979 World Championships. At the World Championships in 1981 and 1982 , the Soviet eighth won again.

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  1. European championships in foursome without a helmsman
  2. European Championships in the eighth