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Summary

  1. Karen Bennett & Holly Norton take bronze in the Women's pair
  2. Emily Craig and Katherine Copeland win bronze in the Women's lightweight Double Sculls
  3. GB Women take bronze in the Quadruple sculls
  4. GB's Victoria Thornley wins gold in the Women's single scull
  5. GB have sent 50-strong squad
  6. Includes the four crews who won World Cup gold in Belgrade

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. What is today's running order?

    Today is the final day of the 2017 European Rowing Championships.

    Here is today's running order (all times BST):

    09:33: Lightweight Men's Pair

    09:46: Lightweight Women's Single Sculls

    10:01: Lightweight Men's Single Sculls

    10:16: Women's Pair

    10:31: Men's Pair

    10:46: Lightweight Men's Double Sculls

    11:01: Lightweight Women's Double Sculls

    11:16: Men's Four

    11:31: Women's Quadruple Sculls

    11:46: Men's Quadruple Sculls

    12:03: Lightweight Men's Four

    12:18: Women's Double Sculls

    12:33: Men's Double Sculls

    12:48: Women's Eight

    13:03: Men's Single Sculls

    13:18: Women's Single Sculls

    13:33: Men's Eight

    GB's men's lightweight pair entrants: Joel Cassells and Sam Scrimgeour
  2. Are there any Brits taking part?

    GB has sent a 50-strong squad to the Czech Republic to take part. Here are the British team.

    Women's pair: Karen Bennett, Holly Norton

    Women's eight: Caragh McMurtry, Rebecca Chin, Annie Withers, Sara Parfett, Rebecca Shorten, Jo Wratten, Fiona Gammond, Katherine Douglas, Erin Wysocki-Jones (cox)

    Women's pair: Karen Bennett, Holly Norton

    Women's quadruple scull: Mathilda Hodgkins-Byrne, Beth Bryan, Holly Nixon, Jessica Leyden

    Women's double scull: Georgia Francis, Emily Carmichael

    Women's single scull: Victoria Thornley

    Women's reserves: Alice Baatz, Rebecca Girling, Anastasia Chitty

    Women's lightweight double scull: Charlotte Booth, Katherine Copeland

    The men's eight team

    Men's eight: Lance Tredell, Thomas Jeffery, Sam Arnot, Cameron Buchan, Tom Ransley, Adam Neill, James Rudkin, Tom Ford, Henry Fieldman (cox)

    Men's four: Callum McBrierty, Matthew Tarrant, Mohamed Sbihi, Will Satch

    Men's pair: Jacob Dawson, Matt Rossiter

    Men's quadruple scull: Jack Beaumont, John Collins, Peter Lambert, Jonny Walton

    Men's double scull: Tom Barras, Frazier Christie

    Men's reserve: Tim Clarke

    Men's lightweight double scull: Peter Chambers, Will Fletcher,

    Men's lightweight pair: Joel Cassells, Sam Scrimgeour

  3. What are the European Rowing Championships?

    The European Rowing Championships are an annual event and this year take part in Racice, a village to the north of Prague in the Czech Republic.

    The event dates back to 1893.

    Great Britain last year topped the medals table at the 2016 event in Brandenburg, Germany.

    GB's women's quadruple scull team: Holly Nixon, Jessica Leyden, Mathilda Hodgkins-Byre and Beth Bryan