If you haven’t been able to get to the World Rowing Championships in person, there are plenty of ways to stay up-to-date on the latest races…
- Live audio commentary and live race tracker will be available for all races on www.worldrowing.com
- Live video streaming will be available for all races over the first four days, then A/B semi-finals (28- 29 September) and all A-finals (29 September – 1 October) on www.worldrowing.com.
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- NBCSN is scheduled to show three programs of edited highlights in the United States. The racing coverage schedule is:
- Sept. 29 — NBCSN, 10 to 11 p.m.
- Sept. 30 — Time and network to be announced.
- Oct. 1 — NBCSN, 11 p.m. to midnight.
The event is to be broadcast in 18 countries, according to World Rowing, most of them in Europe but also including China, Brazil, Australia, and Russia.
For those at the park, every race of the eight-day event will be recorded and shown via an on-site closed-circuit system and on the Jumbotrons visible to spectators.