It is that time of the year again! The 2023 World Rowing Indoor Championships (WRICH) presented by Concept2, are just around the corner and will feature some of the best on-water rowers taking part, as well as many exclusively indoor rowing competitors.

For the first time, the WRICH will be staged as a hybrid event – competitors will be either at home, or at the Paramount Fine Foods Centre in Mississauga, Toronto, Canada. Here’s how to follow the event.

The first race will start Saturday, 25 February at 9:10 EST (15:10 CET). All races will be live-streamed on worldrowing.com, and on CBC’s YouTube Channel. The first World Rowing Versa Challenge event (Beep) will be Saturday, 25 February at 13:06 EST (19:06 CET).

The 2023 WRICH will be host-produced by World Rowing Productions and will include a team of commentators based all around the world – with Peter O’Hanlon, Camilla Hadland and Martin Cross in Great Britain, Colleen Saville in the United States, and Mike Arsenault and Natasha Kozak in Canada.

Here is how to follow the event on mobile, tablet, or desktop:

  1. The provisional time table for the event can be found here.
  2. Entries for all races are available here.
  3. LIVE VIDEO streaming will be available on World Rowing’s website and YouTube channel. The video streaming will start five minutes before the first race, therefore at 9:00 EST (15:00 CET) on Saturday, and at 8:30 EST (14:30 CET) on Sunday.
  4. Follow us on Facebook, Facebook IndoorInstagramTwitter and YouTube for behind the scenes action, live updates, photos and more.
  5. Available on WorldRowing.com:
    • Start lists / Schedule
    • Results
    • News / Photos

Engage with us!

Use the hashtags #WRICH2023, #WRICH, #WRVersa and tagging us @WorldRowing on Twitter or Instagram.