World Rowing U23 Championships is an international rowing regatta organized by FISA (the International Rowing Federation). Rowers can compete in U23 events until December 31 of the year that they turn 22. The World Rowing U23 Championship is just under a week long and consists of a progression system to advance from heats to finals. The regatta has 22 boat classes, which includes the 8 lightweight boat classes.

History

From 1976 the U23 event was organised as the Nations Cup, independently from FISA. In 2002 it became the World Rowing U23 Regatta, before becoming the Championships from 2005.

Venues

Ed. Year City Country Date Nations
1 2005 Amsterdam  Netherlands 21–24 July
2 2006 Hazewinkel  Belgium 20–23 July
3 2007 Glasgow  United Kingdom 26–29 July
4 2008 Brandenburg  Germany 17–20 July
5 2009 Račice  Czech Republic 26–29 July
6 2010 Brest  Belarus 22–25 July 58
7 2011 Amsterdam  Netherlands 20–24 July 63
8 2012 Trakai  Lithuania 11–15 July 55
9 2013 Linz-Ottensheim  Austria 24–28 July
10 2014 Varese  Italy 23–27 July
11 2015 Plovdiv  Bulgaria 22–26 July
12 2016 Rotterdam  Netherlands 21–28 August
13 2017 Plovdiv  Bulgaria 19–23 July
14 2018 Poznań  Poland 25–29 July
15 2019 Sarasota  USA 24–28 July
16 2020 Bled  SLO 16–23 August [cancelled][1]
17 2021 [[]]  [[|]]

References

  1. ^ "2020 World Rowing regatta season : the continued consequences of COVID-19 global pandemic". worldrowing.com. 9 April 2020. Retrieved 9 April 2020.