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“This is our first major event (for our non-para-rowers) on the world stage ahead of what is going to be a big year for the Australian rowing team with the World Rowing Championships coming up in August – an event that doubles as Olympic and Paralympic qualification.”
The regatta will run from Friday, June 21 to 23 on Lake Malta in Poland.
Looking ahead to World Cup II, Poznan
21-23 June 2019
The number of entries has swelled for the second one World Rowing Cup for 2019 with over 800 athletes expected to compete in Poznan, Poland from 21-23 June 2019.
The access is greater than double that of World Rowing Cup I in May and it will be the largest World Cup ever to take region in Poznan. Overall the ultimate time there has been a World Rowing Cup of this length was in 2011 and came about earlier than an Olympic Qualification Regatta. Likewise, later this yr, Olympic Qualification will take location throughout the World Rowing Championship regatta in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria in August.
The Poznan regatta has attracted forty five nations and, for the primary time this season, Australia and New Zealand will compete along with some of Latin American countries. Big groups have entered from Germany, Italy and Great Britain. Germany has the most important group with 28 boats entered. This includes entries in all of the Olympic boat lessons.
Germany brings its guys’s 8 that has long past unbeaten in a final for the last two years. The crew will face a new-look New Zealand 8 that consists of Olympic Champions Hamish Bond and Mahe Drysdale. Also racing for the primary time this season is Australia’s 8 who took silver at ultimate 12 months’s World Rowing Championships.
The ladies’s pair has attracted the most important discipline of the ladies’s boat classes and includes World Champion Hillary Janssens of Canada racing with new partner, Sydney Payne. New Zealand’s silver medal crew of Kerri Gowler and Grace Prendergast are racing in addition to Italy’s 2018 fourth-placed group of Sara Bertolasi and Alessandra Patelli.
This World Rowing Cup regatta includes para-rowing boat instructions and features the continued battle between World Champion Erik Horrie of Australia and Paralympic Champion Roman Polianskyi of Ukraine. They will race inside the PR1 para men’s single sculls. Returning to the PR1 para girls’s single sculls is World Champion Birgit Skarstein of Norway who faces opposition from five international locations.
Racing starts offevolved on Friday 21 June and could retain via to Olympic and Paralympic boat magnificence finals commencing at 10:35am CET Sunday 23 June.