Rain, Shine, Thunder and Lightning at World Rowing Cup I in Belgrade
The first World Rowing Cup of the 2017 season moved in to day three of racing at Lake Sava in Belgrade, Serbia. Today had practically no wind, but wet, cool conditions meant that rowers would have to concentrate on not letting their oars slip out of their hands.
On the second day of racing at 2017 World Rowing Cup I in Belgrade, Serbia, crews raced in cold and windy conditions. Light rain dampened the rowers intermittently, but overall the waters of Sava Lake remained flat.
In the first semifinals of the regatta, crews raced to cross the line in the top three positions to qualify for Sunday’s A-finals.
The 2017 international has begun in Belgrade, Serbia with World Rowing Cup I taking to the waters of Sava Lake. In calm conditions under mainly sunny skies, rowers from 26 nations came out to show themselves, many for the first time since the Rio Olympic Games.
The first World Rowing event of the 2017 season is about to get underway in Belgrade, Serbia with World Rowing Cup I. The draw will take place at 15:00 CET on Thursday, 4 May and will be live streamed on Facebook. The first races commence Friday, 5 May at 10:00 CET. Here is how to follow the event on mobile, tablet or desktop.