Medals go to 19 countries at the 2017 European Rowing Championships
The day when the 2017 European Champions would be decided turned out to be a day of fast times and surprises at the 2017 European Rowing Championships in Racice, the Czech Republic. In the third day of racing, calm conditions continued with sunny skies making racing conditions excellent.
Beautiful and sunny weather welcomed athletes on the second day of racing at the 2017 European Rowing Championships, with semifinals and repechages on the programme. No wind and slightly bubbly but otherwise flat water guaranteed smooth conditions for the contestants in Racice, Czech Republic.
In the men's double sculls, an impressive finish by Belarus in the semifinals led to a new European Best Time in this event.
The 2017 European Rowing Championships got going in Racice, the Czech Republic. The 34 nations taking part began the quest towards European Championship titles by racing in today’s round of heats.
With over 500 athletes competing, the Racice regatta course made good use of warm, sunny conditions with almost flat water facing the rowers.
The lanes are in, the boats are arriving, the athletes are training. All is ready for the 2017 European Rowing Championships in Racice, the Czech Republic. Starting on Friday 26 May and going through to finals on Sunday 28 May, the regatta has attracted over 500 athletes from 34 European nations.