2021 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland / Detlev Seyb/MyRowingPhoto.com
2021 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland / Detlev Seyb/MyRowingPhoto.com

Hot on the heels of the World Rowing Final Olympic Qualification Regatta, World Rowing Cup II is taking place on the Rotsee, in Lucerne, Switzerland. A number of the athletes who competed in the qualification regatta have stayed on to race again at the World Cup. It is also likely to be the last chance for some athletes to race internationally before the July Tokyo Olympic Games.

Forty-one countries are set to compete on the “lake of the gods”. The largest boat class for this event is the men’s single sculls with 30 scullers taking part.

The LIVE draw will be taking place at 15:00 CET on Thursday, 20 May and will be live streamed on Facebook and Instagram. The first races will start Friday, 21 May at 09:00 CET.  Here is how to follow the event on mobile, desktop and tablet.

  1. The provisional timetable for the event can be found here. Entries are available here.
  2. Live audio commentary and the live race tracker will be available for ALL races on www.worldrowing.com
  3. Live VIDEO stream will be available Sunday 23 May for the A-Finals, from 10:15 CET until 13:20 CET.*

Coverage on the following broadcast channels:

HRT (Croatia) ; CT (Czech Republic) ; DR (Denmark) ; EERR (Estonia) ; L’Equipe TV (France) ; ARD (Germany) ; ZDF (Germany) ; ERT (Greece) ; MTV (Hungary) ; RTE (Ireland) ; RAI (Italy) ; LT (Lithuania) ; NOS (Netherlands) ; NRK (Norway) ; TVP (Poland) ; Millenium Film (Romania) ; Match TV (Russia) ; RTS (Serbia) ; RTVSLO (Slovenia) ; TVE (Spain) ; SSR (Switzerland) ; BBC (United Kingdom).

Follow us on Facebook,  InstagramTwitter, and YouTubefor behind the scenes interviews, live updates, photos and more.

Also available on www.worldrowing.com
– Startlists / Schedule
– Results
– News / Photos / Live blog / Quotes from athletes.

Join the conversation …
– Use the hashtag #WRCLucerne, #worldrowing, #WRCII and tagging us @WorldRowing on Twitter.

*There will be geo-blocking restrictions for New Zealand.