The following events are offered at the Rowing World Cup:
Rowing World Cup Regattas shall be open to all competitors who are authorised to compete by their member federation and who are eligible under the relevant rules. To represent a county in a World Rowing Championship, a competitor shall be citizen of that country, he/she must be able to prove this by showing an official document (passport or identity card). In exceptional cases, the Executive Committee may make exceptions. National Federations may enter up to two crews in each of a Rowing World Cup final regatta and no more than three crews in each event at the other Rowing World Cup regattas.
Banyoles is a relatively small city located in the province of Girona in northeastern Catalonia, in Spain. The city has a population of 17,309 (2006 census) and is famed for the Lake of Banyoles
About the venue
The Lake of Banyoles is a natural lake located in the Pla de l'Estany in Girona. The lake is approximately 2,100m by 750m with an average depth of 15m. It is located in a natural tectonic depression. It is the largest natural lake in Catalonia. The lake became famous as the rowing location for the 1992 Barcelona Olympics Games, and the World Rowing Championships in 2004. It is also a popular training camp location for club and national team rowers alike.