The 2019 World Rowing Championships is the pinnacle of the season and the all-important Olympic and Paralympic qualification regatta. Athletes will strive to take the top spots throughout the event in order to qualify their boats for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

Here’s an update from yesterday’s races and what to look forward to today.

DAY THREE RESULTS – 27TH AUGUST 2019

Men’s Four (M4-) – Repechage

Well done to the South African Men’s Four represented by David Hunt, Sandro Torrente, Kyle Schoonbee and Jake Green who move through to the A B semifinals with the Netherlands.

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DAY FOUR SCHEDULE OF EVENTS – 28TH AUGUST 2019

It’s a big day for the squad tomorrow with a number of the athletes participating!  Herewith below the events as well as times, should you want to keep an eye on their performance?

PR1 W1x) PR1 Women’s Single Sculls – Repechage

Sandra Khumalo will participate in R1 – 28 AUG 09:30

(W2-) Women’s Pair – Quarterfinal

Tayla-May Bentley and Jessica Schoonbee participate in – Q1 – 28 AUG 10:49

Men’s Pair (M2-) – Quarterfinal

John Smith and Lawrence Brittain participate in – Q4 – 28 AUG 11:31

Lightweight Women’s Double Sculls (LW2x) – Quarterfinal

Kirsten MacDonald and Ursula Grobler participate in  – Q2 – 28 AUG 12:07

(M2x) Men’s Double Sculls – Quarterfinal

Mzwandile Sotsaka and Bradley Betts participate in – Q1 – 28 AUG 12:29

 You can view the full schedule here.