Quick times at 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships
A change in weather conditions on the final day of the 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships had athletes racing in tail-wind conditions with bobbly water. This was the picture at Malta Lake in Poznan, Poland. Cloudy skies and temperatures in the low 20s made it a bit more comfortable for athletes and spectators alike.
It was definitely summer conditions at Malta Lake for the first day of finals at the 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Poznan, Poland. Boats come to these finals having worked their way through heats and sometimes repechages and semifinals.
The 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Poznan, Poland went into day four with a big bunch of semifinal racing. Racing started earlier than originally planned to avoid the potential for forecasted thunderstorms later in the day.
The first semifinals at the 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Poznan, Poland began at an earlier time as a weather change was expected later in the day. The men’s and women’s pairs semfinals raced under sunny summer skies with a combined cross and small head wind making the water rather lively.