03 May 2023
How to Follow: 2023 World Rowing Cup I
This year, the World Rowing Cup series kicks off in Zagreb, Croatia. This will be the first chance for international crews to test their speed in an all-important year, that will culminate in the World Rowing Championships in Belgrade, and the first opportunity to qualify boats for the Paris 2024 Olympic Games.
The event has attracted over 230 athletes from 29 nations, who will compete over three days of racing in 14 boat classes.
The Draw will be streamed on 4 May just after 15:00 CET on our Instagram page.
The first races will start on 5 May at 09:30 CET. The medal races start on Saturday at 14:10 CET for the Lightweight Men’s and Women’s Single Sculls.
Here is how to follow the event on mobile, tablet, or desktop:
- The provisional time table for the events can be found here, and entries for all the races are available here.
- Live race tracker and LIVE audio will be available for ALL races on www.worldrowing.com.
- LIVE video streaming will be available on the World Rowing website on Saturday, 6 May from 9:50 to 11:15 CET, and Sunday, 7 May from 10:30 to 13:35 CET for all A-Finals. The video streaming will start 5 minutes before the first race.
- Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube and TikTok for behind the scenes interviews, live updates, racing updates, photos and more.
And available on WorldRowing.com:
- Live blog
- Quotes from athletes
- & more!
Join the conversation!
Use the hashtags #WorldRowingCup #WRCZagreb, and tag us @WorldRowing on Twitter and @worldrowingofficial on Instagram.
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