Coverage of The Rowing World Cup 2010

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38 nations and a total of 656 athletes in 281 boats are entered in this first stage of the 2010 Rowing World Cup series which is to take place on Lake Bled in Slovenia from 27 to 30 May.

The regatta also includes four adaptive rowing events for rowers with a physical disability that will begin racing on Thursday afternoon.


View the GB Rowing Team entries

Transmission times on the BBC are as follows:

Sunday 30/05/10

BBC Red Button and Online    9.00am – 1.00pm
Rowing: World Cup – Bled
Live coverage
Monday 31/05/10   

BBC2    12.55pm – 2.00pm
Rowing: World Cup – Bled Highlights
Highlights from the World Cup at Lake Bled, Slovenia, the first of the summer’s three regattas that bring together the world’s best rowers.

With the 2012 Olympics now only two years away, the World Cup is a key barometer ahead of the London Games. Great Britain won their third successive series last season, but they will face a real challenge from Germany, who topped the medal table at the 2009 world championships. Commentary comes from Garry Herbert and Dan Topolski.
The highlights programme will also be available on the BBC iPlayer for 7 days from Monday 31/05/10.

A live results viewer is also available on the World Rowing website


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