New talent shines at World Rowing Cup II in Poznan
Finals day at World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland saw Malta Lake turn on great rowing conditions with warm weather and calm waters. The new Olympic boat class boat, the women’s four was the first final to race and they set the standard of the day by scoring a new World Cup Best Time.
On Saturday afternoon in Poznan, Poland, racing at World Rowing Cup II featured A and B Finals in the international and para-rowing events. The weather remained cold at around 12°C and damp for the rowers aiming for the medals.
On the second day of racing at World Rowing Cup II at Malta Lake in Poznan, Poland, athletes raced in the first semifinals of the regatta in the hope to qualify for the A-finals. Rowers lined up for the first races of the day in cloudy and rainy conditions with a direct tail wind dominating.
The second World Rowing Cup for the 2017 season opened with heats on the waters of Malta Lake in Poznan, Poland. In tail wind conditions with a bounce on the water, para-rowers started the day racing over their new distance of 2000m.