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Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

  1. GB win Gold

    Earlier this morning Great Britain's Men's Quadruple Sculls team of Jack Beaumont, Jonathan Walton, John Collins and Peter Lambert won Gold.

    You can watch their win in 'world class time' below.

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    Video caption: GB men win Quadruple Sculls with 'world class time'
  2. What's the running order for today?

    Here's what's coming up for you today (all times BST).

    09:48: Men's Pair - Final

    10:03: Lightweight Men's Double Sculls - Final

    10:18: Lightweight Women's Double Sculls - Final

    10:33: Men's Four - Final

    10:48: Women's Quadruple Sculls - Final

    11:03: Men's Quadruple Sculls - Final

    11:18: Women's Pair - Final

    11:33: Men's Double Sculls - Final

    11:48: Women's Double Sculls - Final

    12:03: Women's Eight - Final

    12:18: Men's Single Sculls - Final

    12:33: Women's Single Sculls - Final

    12:48: Men's Eight - Final

  3. Are there any Brits taking part?

    Victoria Thornley

    Plenty of athletes representing Team GB are taking part in today's action.

    Here's the full list of British competitors:

    10:18: Lightweight Women’s Double Sculls - Katherine Copeland and Emily Craig

    10:33: Men’s Four - Matthew Rossiter, Mohamed Sbihi, Matthew Tarrant and William Satch.

    11:03: Men’s Quadruple Sculls - Jack Beaumont, Jonathan Walton, John Collins and Peter Lambert.

    11:18: Women’s Pair - Anastasia Merlott Chitty and Rebecca Girling.

    12:03: Women’s Eight – Annie Withers, Sara Parfett, Caragh McMurtry, Rebecca Chin, Josephine Wratten, Katherine Douglas, Karen Bennett, Rebecca Shorten and Matilda Horn (cox)

    12:18: Men’s Single Sculls – Thomas Barras

    12:33: Women’s Single Sculls - Victoria Thornley

    12:48: Men’s Eight – Tom Jeffery, Thomas Ford, Cameron Buchan, Callum McBrierty, Jacob Dawson, Adam Neill, James Rudkin, Lance Tredell and Henry Fieldman (cox).

  4. What is the World Rowing Cup?

    Today is the second World Rowing Cup event of the season and takes place in Poznan, Poland. The first event was was held last month in in Belgrade, Serbia and GB won four gold medals. The final World Rowing Cup event takes place in Lucerne, Switzerland in July.