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Men’s Single Scull – Dara Alizadeh – Bermuda

  • 5th in heat of the M1x, progressing to the repechage.
  • Watch Dara’s heat here from 23:24 onwards
  • Dara placed 3rd in his repechage, meaning that he will move to the E-H quarter finals from 11:58 am on Tuesday 5th September.
  • Watch Dara’s repechage here from 2:52:00 onwards
  • Dara placed 4th in his EH Quarter final, putting him in the G/H Semi Finals
  • Dara won his G/H Semi Final, giving him a preferred lane for the FG Final
  • In his G Final, Dara placed second, and will look forward to the South American Qualification Regatta.

Women’s Lightweight Double Scull – Imogen Grant – GB

  • Imogen and Emily Craig won their heat comfortably from New Zealand, and move to the A/B semi final on Thursday September 7th from 9:55.
  • Watch their heat here from 50:00 into the video.
  • Imogen and Emily won their Semi Final in dominant fashion, qualifying for the Paris Olympic Games, and will start in Lane 4 for the A Final on Saturday 9th September.
  • In an amazing and dominant race, Imogen and Emily won their A Final, becoming World Champions and qualifying their boat for the Paris Olympics. Watch them here.

Women’s Double – Paige Badenhorst – RSA

  • Paige placed 5th in her heat, and will race in the repechage on Wednesday at 10:19 local time. She will need to placee in the top 2 to make the A/B semi finals.
  • Watch her heat here from 1:09:00 into the video.
  • Paige took 2nd in her repechage, moving her through to the A/B Semi Finals.
  • In her Semi-Final, Paige placed 6th, and will race in the B-Final on Sunday 10th Stepmber at 10:37.
  • Paige raced strongly in the B-Final, leading to the 1000m mark, but faded to finish 6th in a field where under 3 seconds covered first to sixth. Watch her race here.

Men’s Pair – Tom George and Ollie Wynne-Griffith – GB

  • Tom and Ollie dominated their heat and will progress to the quarter final. Watch Tom and Ollie’s race here from 3:37.50.
  • They led from start to finish in their quarter final, setting up an A/B Semi Final place,
  • A strong performance in poor conditions enable d Tom and Ollie to win their semi-final, qualifying for the Paris Olympics. They will race at 12:51 on Saturday September 9th in their A-Final.
  • Tom and Ollie raced a mature final, going out with the Irish to the 500, then went out to catch the Swiss pair who eventually won the race. The course was just too short and Tom and Ollie placed second, qualifying their pair for the Tokyo Olympics. Watch them race here

Men’s Four – Freddie Davidson – GB

  • In a comfortable race, Freddie’s 4 recorded the fastest time of the day and led throughout the race, winning and progressing to the semi final. Watch their race here from 1:50:00
  • Winning by five seconds in their semi, Freddie’s boat qualified second fastest for the A Final and qualified for the Paris Olympics. Their final will take place at 1:54 on Saturday September 9th.
  • Narrowly led to the 500 by the USA and New Zealand, Freddie’s 4 then proceeded to take control of the race, winning by nearly three seconds, and signing the travel for the Paris Olympics. Watch them race here.

PR3 Mix4+ – Jan Helmich – GER

  • Jan’s 4+ made light work of their heat, leading from the gun and progressing directly to the A-Final , on Saturday at 12:18 local time and achieveing Paralympic qualification.
  • Watch his heat here from 1:23 into the video
  • In a tight final, Jan’s 4 duelled down the course with the Australian 4+ for the bronze medal, pulling through to third before the 1k mark, and controlling their race to the finish line. Watch them here.

Women’s 8 – Henry Fieldman – GB

  • Although led out by Romania, Henry’s 8 had a tough race against Romania, with whom they went head to head for most of the first 1250 before the Romanians pushed through to take a good win, with GB needing to go to the repechage to proceed to the A-Final.
  • The GB women’s 8 placed second, 5 hundredths of a second behind Australia in their repechage, securing a place in the A-Final on Sunday September 10th at 10:59.
  • In another race where Cambridge alumni duelled with Australians for the bronze medal, the GB 8 raced neck and neck in the final 500 with the Australians, but unfortunately their fast final 500 was not quite enough. Watch them race here.

Watch the racing on the WorldRowing website,