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Summary

  1. Live coverage of the final day at the World Rowing Championships
  2. GB's Tom Barras secures bronze in men's single sculls
  3. GB's Vicky Thornley wins silver in women's single sculls

Live Reporting

All times stated are UK

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  1. Catch up on yesterday's silver medal

    GB win silver in the men's quadruple sculls

    Video content

    Video caption: 'Super-sub' with mum in grandstand before call up
  2. BBC coverage times

    Times are BST and subject to late changes

    Sunday, 1 October

    15:15-17:00 - BBC Red Button - live coverage

    Monday, 2 October

    14:00-15:35 - BBC Two - highlights (repeated at 17:30 on BBC Red Button)

  3. How to get into Rowing

    A whole generation of Brits grew up watching our rowers dominate the Olympics, with Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent leading the medal tallies.

    Whether you wish to emulate the success of the GB rowing team, or just burn a few calories out, rowing is an easy to enjoy sport for all.

    There is a wide range of ways for people of all abilities to take part in rowing, including personal challenges, indoor rowing, ocean crossings, regattas and international competitions.

    Find out more here.

    Double Sculls team of Juliane Rasmussen (L) and Aja Runge Holmegaard