How to follow 2019 World Rowing Cup I, Plovdiv
It is that time of year when the World Rowing racing season kicks off with the first event of the season, the 2019 World Rowing Cup I.
This takes place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria, which hosted the 2018 World Rowing Championships. There are over 300 athletes racing from 24 countries. A mixture of emerging talent and seasoned elite rowers will be racing with the youngest athlete only 16 years old and the oldest is 50!
With the absence of larger nations such as Great Britain, Germany, France and Italy, this leaves a bigger chance for other nations to make a stance for themselves. China, Romania and Japan have all sent large teams.
The LIVE draw will be taking place at 15:00 EEST (GMT+3) on Thursday, 9 May and will be live streamed on Facebook. The first race will start Friday, 10 May at 09:30 EEST (GMT+3).
Here is how to follow the event on mobile, tablet, or desktop.
2. Live audio commentary and the live race tracker will be available for ALL races on www.worldrowing.com
3. Live VIDEO streaming will be available for the following races but can be subject to change:
a. Friday 10 May – 10:00 (GMT+3) until 13:05 (GMT+3)
b. Friday 10 May – 14:30 (GMT+3) until 16:05 (GMT+3)
c. Saturday 11 May – 10:00 (GMT+3) until 13:00 (GMT+3)
d. Sunday 12 May – 09:00 (GMT+3) until 14:00 (GMT+3).
5. Also available on WorldRowing.com
- Startlists / Schedule
- News / Photos / Live blog / Quotes from athletes.
6. Join the conversation …
- Use the hashtag #WRCPlovdiv, #Plovdiv2019 and tagging us @WorldRowing on Twitter.
*There will be geo-blocking restrictions for New Zealand or USA.
Sky TV New Zealand intends to broadcast highlights and replays from the A-finals but video streaming on worldrowing.com is geo-blocked in New Zealand until 24 hours after the end of the event. Please check your local TV listings for more details on Sky TV New Zealand’s coverage.
World Rowing recently partnered with NBC Sports Group for coverage of the World Rowing Cups, European Championships and World Championships for the next three years.
Racing will be live-streamed on the Olympic Channel: Home of Team USA, OlympicChannel.com and the Olympic Channel app or via authentication on NBCSports.com and the NBC Sports app, which includes NBCSN’s coverage.
VOD clips will be available 24 hours after the event.