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The men's four quartet of Matthew Tarrant, Will Satch, Matt Rossiter and Moe Sbihi helped Great Britain win the World Rowing Cup last year, but can Great Britain make it two years in a row?

BBC Sport brings you live coverage of the final day of the third and final World Rowing Cup meeting of the season from Lucerne, Switzerland on Sunday, 15 July, where Great Britain look to retain the trophy.

Sholto Carnegie and Rob Hurn will make their senior debuts for Great Britain in the men's four.

The Yale graduates won World Under-23 silver medals in 2016 and 2017 in the eight and four respectively, while Hurn went on to win the Boat Race with Cambridge in April.

The duo will join George Rossiter and Harry Glenister in the four in Lucerne as part of a 24-strong GB team.

Great Britain are third in the World Cup standings on 89 points, behind Netherlands (95) and Germany (93).

Brendan Purcell, British Rowing director of performance, said: "It's great to see Sholto and Rob making the step up to the senior team. Their selection is a testament to their hard work and also to the strength of the high performance pathways at British Rowing."


All times are BST and are subject to late changes.

Sunday, 15 July

09:00-11:00 & 12:30-14:45, Live coverage, BBC Red Button and online

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