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Medal Table

1 Netherlands Netherlands NED 7 2 1 10
2 Germany Germany GER 2 2 5 9
3 Czech Republic Czech Republic CZE 2 1 0 3
4 Great Britain Great Britain GBR 1 4 1 6
5 Switzerland Switzerland SUI 1 2 0 3
WorldCupPoints Total
1 Netherlands Netherlands NED 52
2 Germany Germany GER 43
3 Great Britain Great Britain GBR 42
4 Poland Poland POL 23
5 Switzerland Switzerland SUI 20
Full Medal Table

Latest Results

3 JUN 12:36 FB (W2-) final
1 Poland Poland (POL) 07:14.300
2 People's Republic of China People's Republic of China (CHN) 07:15.980
3 Ireland Ireland (IRL) 07:16.370
3 JUN 12:31 FB (M1x) final
1 Belarus Belarus (BLR) 06:48.780
2 Russian Federation Russian Federation (RUS) 06:50.780
3 Norway Norway (NOR) 06:51.110
3 JUN 12:26 FB (W1x) final
1 United States of America United States of America (USA) 07:24.630
2 Greece Greece (GRE) 07:25.650
3 Canada Canada (CAN) 07:27.340
3 JUN 12:21 FB (M4x) final
1 Estonia Estonia (EST) 05:46.010
2 Czech Republic Czech Republic (CZE) 05:52.540
3 Hungary Hungary (HUN) 05:58.880
3 JUN 12:16 FB (LW2x) final
1 Canada Canada (CAN) 06:55.880
2 Germany Germany (GER) 06:56.630
3 Poland Poland (POL) 06:59.170
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Women's Double Sculls - Final - FA
Marieke Keijser (b), Ilse Paulis (s), gold, Netherlands, Kirsten Mccann (b), Nicole Van Wyk (s), silver, South Africa, Eleanor Piggott (b), Emily Craig (s), bronze, Great Britain, Lightweight Women's Double Sculls, 2018 World Rowing Cup I, Belgrade, Serbi
Olivia Van Rooijen (b), Karolien Florijn, Sophie Souwer, Nicole Beukers (s), gold, Netherlands, Agnieszka Kobus (b), Marta Wieliczko, Maria Springwald, Katarzyna Zillmann (s), silver, Poland, Michaela Staelberg (b), Constanze Duell, Frauke Hundeling, Frie
Jerzy Kowalski (b), Milosz Jankowski (s), gold, Poland, Tim Brys (b), Niels Van Zandweghe (s), silver, Belgium, Gary O'Donovan (b), Paul O'Donovan (s), bronze, Ireland, Lightweight Men's Double Sculls, 2018 World Rowing Cup I, Belgrade, Serbia
Marieke Keijser (b), Ilse Paulis (s), gold, Netherlands, Kirsten Mccann (b), Nicole Van Wyk (s), silver, South Africa, Eleanor Piggott (b), Emily Craig (s), bronze, Great Britain, Lightweight Women's Double Sculls, 2018 World Rowing Cup I, Belgrade, Serbi