World Cup III in Lucerne

A photo from the European Championships in Lucerne, Switzerland, in 2019.

7 July 2022

The third and last World Rowing Cup of 2022 will start tomorrow at Lucerne on Lake Rotsee, “The Lake of the Gods”. More than 600 rowers from 39 countries have gathered, including 31 scullers who are going to battle in the men’s single sculls, the largest boat class at the regatta. Among the scullers are Oliver Zeidler, who is coming directly from Henley, where he took his second win in the Diamond’s. Kjetil Borch will also race on Rotsee. He is back in the single after he had knee surgery in May after falling off his bike.

On top of the points table is the Netherlands who have a 60-point lead over China and 70 points over Great Britain.

The first races start tomorrow, Friday, 8 July at 09:00 (CET), and the finals are on Sunday, 10 July.

The provisional time-table for the event can be found here. Entries for all the races are available here.

Live audio commentary and the live race tracker will be available for all races on World Rowing website.

Live VIDEO stream will be available for the A-finals on Sunday from 10:00 to 12:00 (CET) and from 13:30 to 15:00 (CET). Coverage will be available on the following broadcast channels:

Foxtel, Kayo (Australia); HRT (Croatia); CT (Czech Republic); DR (Denmark); ETV2 (Estonia); L’Equipe TV (France); ARD & ZDF (Germany); ERT (Greece); MTV (Hungary); RTE (Ireland); RAI Sport (Italy); LT (Lithuania); NOS (Netherlands); NRK (Norway); TVP Sport (Poland); PrimaSport (Romania); RTS (Serbia); RTVSLO (Slovenia); TVE (Spain); SRF2/RSI2 (Switzerland); BBC Red Button (United Kingdom).

Also available on
– Startlists / Schedule
– Results
– News / Photos / Live blog / Quotes from athletes.

Join the conversation …
– Use the hashtag #WRCLucerne, #WorldRowingCup, #worldrowing, #rowing and tagging us @WorldRowing on Twitter.

*There will be geo-blocking restrictions for New Zealand.

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