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Summary

  1. Second of three stages in World Rowing Cup
  2. Angus Groom & Jack Beaumont ones to watch in Men's Double Sculls
  3. Vicky Thornley in Women's Single Sculls
  4. Use play icon to watch BBC Sport coverage

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  1. Who will row in Austria?

    The 2018 Rowing World Cup continues from Linz, Austria with the second of three regattas.

    A total of 23 GB crews have been announced to compete as the team look to surpass the 6 medals they picked up in Belgrade.

    Olympic silver medallist Zoe Lee is set to make her comeback on the international stage, her last appearance was nearly two years ago in Rio.

    The men’s quad is unchanged following their gold medal at World Cup 1 in Belgrade at the start of June.Tom Barras, Jonny Walton, Graeme Thomas and John Collins will be looking to continue their strong start to the season with another podium place.

    The Rowing World Cup will end in Lucerne (13-15 July).

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  2. BBC coverage

    Watch uninterrupted live coverage of the second rowing World Cup of the season from Linz Ottensheim, Austria.

    08:30-12:00 BST: BBC Red Button, Connected TV and online.

  3. Get inspired: How to get into rowing

    British Rowing's Go Rowing scheme aims to get people "out on the water as much as possible", while the Go Row Indoor programme looks to encourage people to use indoor rowing as part of their fitness regime.

    Young people are encouraged to take up rowing through the Go Row scheme, which targets 11 to 18-year-olds, and has a series of levels which children and young adults can pass through, as a stepping stone to either competitive rowing, or just greater recreational participation.

    Follow the link above, or contact your nearest club directly, to find out more.

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