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Rolandas Maščinskas

Rolandas Maščinskas
Medal record
Men's Rowing
Competitor for  Lithuania
World Championships
Silver 2013 Chungju M2x
World Championships
Silver 2013 Chungju Single sculls
European Championships
Gold 2011 Plovdiv M2x
Gold 2014 Belgrade M2x
Silver 2013 Sevilla M2x
Youth Olympics
Gold 2010 Singapore M1x
World Junior Championships
Bronze 2010 Brest M1x
Bronze 2011 Amsterdam M1x

Rolandas Maščinskas (born 6 August 1992 in Strielčiai) is a Lithuanian rower. At the 2010 Summer Youth Olympics he won the gold medal in the single sculls event. Maščinskas become the first Lithuanian champion and the first medalist in the Youth Olympics.[1]


Currently living in Trakai. Studying in Mykolas Romeris University.[2]


Year Competition Venue Position Event Notes
2009 European Rowing Championships Brest, Belarus 8th Single sculls
2009 Junior World Rowing Championships Brive-la-Gaillarde, France 4th Single sculls
2010 Youth Olympics Singapore 1st Single sculls 3:13.82


  1. ^ National Olympic Committee of Lithuania
  2. ^ LTOK žurnalas
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