How to follow World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Florida
World Rowing heads back to Sarasota-Bradenton, Florida, USA. This time for the World Rowing Under 23 Championships and there will be plenty to see.
The Nathan Benderson Park venue has already hosted the 2017 World Rowing Championships, 2018 World Rowing Masters Regatta plus several US Rowing national competitions.
Rowers under the age of 23 will compete across 22 boat classes to try and become the champions of the biggest under-23 regatta of the year!
The draw will take place on Tuesday 23 July at 15:00 EDT and the racing will begin on Wednesday 24 July at 9:00 EDT. All racing will be streamed on the World Rowing website from Thursday 25th.
Here is how to follow the event on mobile, tablet, or desktop.
- The provisional time table for the event can be found here. And entries for all the races are available here.
- Live race tracker will be available for ALL races on www.worldrowing.com.
- Live VIDEO streaming will be available on www.worldrowing.com. Video streaming will start 5 minutes before every race and will cover ALL races from Thursday 25 July to Sunday 28 July.
- Follow us on Facebook, Facebook Under23s, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube for behind the scenes interviews, live updates, photos and more.
- Also available on WorldRowing.com
- Startlists / Schedule
- News / Photos / Live blog / Quotes from athletes
- Join the conversation …
- Use the hashtag #WRU23Champs and #SarasotaBradenton2019 and tag us @WorldRowing on Twitter.
*There will be geoblocking restrictions for the United States and no geo-blocking for New Zealand.
United States of America
Broadcast rights to racing footage has been sold by USRowing to ESPN for the United States territory. This deal means that only ESPN can show live racing footage in the United States. There will be a 30 day embargo on watching footage on World Rowing’s website.
Viewers in the US who would like to watch live racing can follow on ESPN3, which is ESPN’s live multi-screen sports network. It is accessible on ESPN.com and the ESPN app across computers, smartphones, tablets and connected streaming devices.