Valent Sinković was born on August 2, 1988 (age 34) in Zagreb, Croatia. He is a celebrity rower.
Martin Sinkovi, a rower, has an older brother named Valent. In the men's double sculls event at the 2016 Summer Olympics in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, the brothers won gold. Along with David Ain and Damir Martin, he and his brother won silver in the men's quadruple sculls at the London 2012 Summer Olympics. He shares an account with Martin on YouTube and has 1,000 subscribers there as well as 40,000 on Instagram.
In 2017, he married his partner, Antonela, a law student.
Valent was a young all-around athlete who began competing in gymnastics at the age of 3. Then he spent a few years playing water polo for the HAVK Mladost club in Zagreb's junior system. Additionally, he played fullback for six years in several minor soccer programs. His mother had enrolled him in rowing together with his brothers Martin and Matija after an injury caused him to give up soccer at the age of 12.
When people ask him before a race if he is nervous, as he told a Row2k.com interviewer after he and brother Marin had just won gold at the Tokyo 2021 Olympics: "We are always nervous before the race. That means that the race means something to you, and it's normal, so we are used to that feeling. Nervous is good, I think. It gets your adrenaline up, so I think it's good in rowing. It's normal."
He and brother Martin are considered one of the great pair of rowers of all time, comparable to the great duo of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond. When asked by Row2K.com who was better, though, the brothers remained humble: "Maybe if we race them in a few years, then we will adapt, but I think for now, they are better."
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● Valent Sinković was born on August 2, 1988 (age 34) in Zagreb, Croatia ● He is a celebrity rower
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