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Event Data

Medal Table

1 New Zealand New Zealand NZL 3 2 3 8
2 Great Britain Great Britain GBR 2 2 1 5
3 Australia Australia AUS 2 2 0 4
4 United States of America United States of America USA 2 1 2 5
5 Croatia Croatia CRO 2 0 0 2
WorldCupPoints Total
1 New Zealand New Zealand NZL 51
2 Great Britain Great Britain GBR 43
3 United States of America United States of America USA 36
4 Australia Australia AUS 34
5 Netherlands Netherlands NED 30
Full Medal Table

Latest Results

29 MAY 15:03 FA (M8+) final
1 Netherlands Netherlands (NED) 05:28.560
2 Germany Germany (GER) 05:30.300
3 United States of America United States of America (USA) 05:30.540
29 MAY 14:48 FA (W2x) final
1 Lithuania Lithuania (LTU) 06:52.070
2 Australia Australia (AUS) 06:52.760
3 Greece Greece (GRE) 06:54.840
29 MAY 14:33 FA (M2x) final
1 Croatia Croatia (CRO) 06:14.310
2 New Zealand New Zealand (NZL) 06:16.250
3 Lithuania Lithuania (LTU) 06:17.620
29 MAY 14:18 FA (W8+) final
1 United States of America United States of America (USA) 06:01.120
2 Great Britain Great Britain (GBR) 06:01.950
3 New Zealand New Zealand (NZL) 06:04.010
29 MAY 14:03 FA (M4-) final
1 Great Britain Great Britain (GBR) 05:55.480
2 Australia Australia (AUS) 05:55.750
3 Netherlands Netherlands (NED) 05:58.290
Full Results

Photos

Lindsay Jennerich (b), Patricia Obee (s), Canada, gold, Lightweight Women's Double Sculls, 2016 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland
Markus Kessler (b), Augustin Maillefer, Nico Stahlberg, Roman Roeoesli (s), Switzerland, bronze, Men's Quadruple Sculls, 2016 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland
Kimberley Brennan, Australia, gold, Miroslava Topinkova Knapkova, Czech Republic, bronze, Women's Single Sculls, 2016 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland
Miroslava Topinkova Knapkova, Czech Republic, bronze, Women's Single Sculls, 2016 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland
Ondrej Synek, Czech Republic, silver, Men's Single Sculls, 2016 World Rowing Cup II, Lucerne, Switzerland