Lightweight men's double
Start of the lightweight men's double A final at the 2014 European Rowing Championships, Belgrade, Serbia

The time is now. The 2023 World Rowing Championships are set to begin in Belgrade, Serbia from 3-10 September, 2023.

The event has attracted almost 1000 athletes from 74 delegations, who will compete over eight days of racing in 27 boat classes. Not only will they compete to be crowned World Rowing Champion, but for the majority of these athletes, an Olympic or Paralympic qualification is on the line.

The first races will start on 3 September at 9.30 AM CET. The medal races start on Friday, 8 September at 13.05 CET.

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

  1. The provisional time table for the events can be found here, and entries for all the races are available here.
  2. Live race tracker will be available for ALL races on
  3. Live video streaming will be available on the World Rowing website for all eight days of competition (local restrictions apply). The video streaming will start 5 minutes before the first race.
  4. Follow us on FacebookInstagramTwitterYouTube and TikTok for behind the scenes interviews, live updates, racing updates, photos and more.

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