The 'TeamFilippi' athletes have collected 10 out of 22 world titles assigned in the week-end of the under 23 championships in Racice (Czech Republic) in two days of finals.
Seven on Saturday, with the men's pair (Great Britain) and women's pair (Croatia), the men's coxed four, the women's pair and lightweight quadruple scull of Italy, the romanian women's four and the lightweight men's pair of Chile.
Three gold medals this morning: the men's double scull from Greece, the lightweight women's double from Turkey and the lightweight women's single scull from Italy.
Then let's add something like 10 silver medals and 13 bronze medals, which bring the final count to 33 medals, exactly 50% of those to be won.
In particular, we welcome 3 new entries to our international palmares: Turkish girls Merve Uslu and Elis Ozbay, with their historic success in the lightweight double and then South African Katherine Williams, bronze in the women's single scull; all with an Olympic perspective.
But also in Ubzekistan, third overall in the lightweight men's pair with Shakhzod Nurmatov and Evgeniy Agafonov.
Let's imagine the celebrations, when they'll return home...