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World Rowing Cup regattas shall be open to all competitors who are authorized to compete by their member federation and who are eligible under the relevant rules. To represent a country in a World Rowing Championship, a competitor shall be a citizen of that country. He or 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. Each member federation may enter up to four crews in each event of the 1st World Rowing Cup regatta and a maximum of two crews in each event of the 2nd and 3rd World Rowing Cup regattas.

Please note the same eligibility rules apply for the double regatta. Each member federation may enter up to four crews in each event for racing on both Friday and Saturday. 


The following World Rowing Cup and International Events are offered at the World Rowing Cup I:

 Men (M)    1x   2x    2-    2+    4x    4-    8+ 
 Women (W)    1x   2x    2-      4x    4-    8+ 
 Lightweight Men (LM)    1x
  2x    2-      4x    4-    8+ 
 Lightweight Women (LW)   1x   2x        4x     


Lake Bled is 2,200 meters long. Two years ago Bled celebrated 100 years since its first regatta took place on Lake Bled. The first major event organised in Bled was 1930 Yugoslavia National Championships. 

Bled hosted World Rowing Championships (FISA) in 1966, 1979, 1989 and 2011. Bled also hosted the World Rowing Cup in 2010, the European Rowing Junior Championships in 2012, two World Rowing Masters Regattas in 1986 and 1995 as well World Rowing Junior Championships in 1971 and European Rowing Championships in 1956.        

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