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Day two of 2016 World Rowing Championships in Rotterdam

The 2016 World Rowing Championships are staged for the World Championship boat classes that are not raced at the Olympic Games. This regatta combines the World Rowing Seniors, Under 23 and World Rowing Junior Championships (which takes place tomorrow). Today’s finals included the seven World Championship boat classes and one para-rowing boat class. Great Britain finished

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GB flourish in challenging conditions at European Championships

The 2016 European Rowing Championships in Brandenburg, Germany began with over 500 athletes from 34 countries and ended with 23 nations earning medals. This is the widest medal spread ever at the European Rowing Championships which was first founded in 1893. The wind  today on the Beetzsee lake regatta course made for challenging rowing conditions

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