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May 28th, 2024

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Rowing at the Olympic Games

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Do you want to know more about the times of the various events, on how to qualify and which countries have already qualified for rowing events at the Paris 2024 Olympic Games?

 

Here is all the info:

Date

Time

M/F

Rowing

Type

27/07/2024

09:00

M

Skiff

Series

10:12

F

Skiff

Series

11:30

M

Double sculls

Series

12:00

F

Double sculls

Series

12:30

M

Quadruple sculls

Series

12:50

F

Quadruple sculls

Series

28/07/2024

09:00

F

Skiff

Repechage

09:36

M

Skiff

Repechage

10:10

F

Double sculls

Repechage

10:20

M

Double sculls

Repechage

10:30

F

Coxless pair

Series

11:00

M

Coxless pair

Series

11:30

F

Lightweight double sculls

Series

12:00

M

Lightweight double sculls

Series

12:30

F

Coxless four

Series

12:50

M

Coxless four

Series

29/07/2024

09:30

M

Skiff

Semifinal E/F 1

09:42

M

Skiff

Semifinal E/F 2

09:54

F

Skiff

Semifinal E/F 1

10:06

F

Skiff

Semifinal E/F 2

10:20

M

Coxless pair

Repechage

10:30

F

Coxless pair

Repechage

10:40

M

Lightweight double sculls

Repechage

11:00

F

Lightweight double sculls

Repechage

11:20

M

Quadruple sculls

Repechage

11:30

F

Quadruple sculls

Repechage

11:40

M

Eight

Series

12:00

F

Eight

Series

30/07/2024

09:30

F

Skiff

Quarterfinals

10:10

M

Skiff

Quarterfinals

10:50

F

Double sculls

Semifinal A/B 1

11:00

F

Double sculls

Semifinal A/B 2

11:10

M

Double sculls

Semifinal A/B 1

11:20

M

Double sculls

Semifinal A/B 2

11:30

F

Coxless four

Repechage

11:40

M

Coxless four

Repechage

31/07/2024

09:30

F

Lightweight double sculls

Final C

09:42

F

Lightweight double sculls

Final C

09:54

M

Skiff

Semifinal C/D 1

10:04

M

Skiff

Semifinal C/D 2

10:14

F

Skiff

Semifinal C/D 1

10:24

F

Skiff

Semifinal C/D 2

10:34

M

Coxless pair

Semifinal A/B 1

10:44

M

Coxless pair

Semifinal A/B 2

10:54

F

Coxless pair

Semifinal A/B 1

11:04

F

Coxless pair

Semifinal A/B 2

11:14

M

Lightweight double sculls

Semifinal A/B 1

11:24

M

Lightweight double sculls

Semifinal A/B 2

11:34

F

Lightweight double sculls

Semifinal A/B 1

11:44

F

Lightweight double sculls

Semifinal A/B 2

12:02

M

Quadruple sculls

Final B

12:14

F

Quadruple sculls

Final B

12:26

M

Quadruple sculls

Final A

12:38

F

Quadruple sculls

Final A

01/08/2024

09:30

F

Skiff

Semifinal A/B 1

09:40

F

Skiff

Semifinal A/B 2

09:50

M

Skiff

Semifinal A/B 1

10:00

M

Skiff

Semifinal A/B 2

10:10

F

Eight

Repechage

10:20

M

Eight

Repechage

10:30

M

Double sculls

Final B

10:42

M

Double sculls

Final B

10:54

F

Coxless four

Final B

11:06

M

Coxless four

Final B

11:18

F

Double sculls

Final A

11:30

M

Double sculls

Final A

11:50

F

Coxless four

Final A

12:10

M

Quatre de pointe

Final A

02/08/2024

09:30

M

Skiff

Final F

09:42

F

Skiff

Final F

09:54

M

Skiff

Final E

10:06

F

Skiff

Final E

10:18

M

Skiff

Final D

10:30

F

Skiff

Final D

10:42

M

Coxless pair

Final B

10:54

F

Coxless pair

Final B

11:06

M

Lightweight double sculls

Final B

11:18

F

Lightweight double sculls

Final B

11:30

M

Coxless pair

Final A

11:42

F

Coxless pair

Final A

12:02

M

Lightweight double sculls

Final A

12:22

F

Lightweight double sculls

Final A

03/08/2024

09:30

F

Skiff

Final C

09:42

M

Skiff

Final C

09:54

F

Skiff

Final B

10:06

M

Skiff

Final B

10:18

F

Skiff

Final A

10:30

M

Skiff

Final A

10:50

F

Eight

Final A

11:10

M

Eight

Final A

How to qualify for the rowing at the Olympic Games?

Qualifications for the rowing events at the Olympic Games started on 31 December 2022, in order to know where the various continental regattas will take place to qualify for the Olympics.

From 3 to 10 September 2023, the World Championships took place in Belgrade and the quota places were confirmed by World Rowing at the NOCs on 15 September. Later, the NOCs confirmed the allocation of quota places to World Rowing.

On 6 October 2023, unused qualification places have been reallocated by World Rowing.

 

The continental regattas were then confirmed.  Here's how it goes:

 

The 4 continental regattas

Continent

Date

Location

Africa

From 23 to 26 October 2023

Tunis - Tunisia

America

From 14 to 17 March 2024

Rio de Janeiro - Brazil

Asia-Oceania

April 2024

Chungju - South Korea

Europe

From 25 to 28 April 2024

Szeged - Hungary

The final qualifying regatta is scheduled for 19-21 May, 2024 in Switzerland, in Lucerne to be precise. The deadline for registration is 6 May, 2024. After the regatta, then comes:

  • The confirmation of quota places in writing from World Rowing to the NOCs (within five days);
  • The confirmation from NOCs to World Rowing regarding the use of allocated quotas (within two weeks);
  • The reallocation of unused quota places by World Rowing (within 5 days of the previous two steps);
  • The reallocation of all unused quota places by World Rowing on 7 June 2024;
  • The last registrations for the Olympic Games on 8 July 2024;
  • The draw for the Olympic regattas on 25 July 2024;
  • The beginning of rowing competition at the Olympic Games on 27 July 2024.

Qualified countries for rowing at the Olympic Games

Let’s start with a short glossary of rowing terms:

Glossary

Associated abbreviation

Type of boat

Men

Women

M1X

W1X

Skiff

M2-

W2-

Coxless pair

M2X

W2X

Double sculls

M4-

W4-

Coxless four

M4X

W4X

Quadruple sculls

M8+

W8+

Eight

LM2X (lightweight)

LW2X (lightweight)

Lightweight double sculls

The qualified countries for the Olympic Rowing Games are: 

Abbreviation

Country

M1X

Germany, Netherlands, New Zealand, Greece, Denmark, Croatia, Japan, Lithuania, Egypt, Tunisia, Algeria, Zimbabwe, Angola, Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay, Cuba, Bermuda

M2-

Switzerland, Great Britain, Ireland, Romania, United States, South Africa, Spain, Australia, New Zealand, Italy, Croatia

M2X

Netherlands, Croatia, Ireland, Italy, Spain, China, Romania, Germany, Norway, France, New Zealand

M4-

Great Britain, United States, New Zealand, Netherlands, Australia, France, Romania

M4X

Netherlands, Italy, Poland, Great Britain, Switzerland, Germany, Romania

M8+

Great Britain, Netherlands, Australia, Romania, Germany

LM2X (lightweight)

Ireland, Switzerland, Italy, Czech Republic, Spain, Norway, Mexico, Egypt, Chile, Argentina

W1X

Netherlands, New Zealand, Australia, United States, Bulgaria, Lithuania, Austria, Germany, Serbia, Algeria, South Africa, Uganda, Togo, Morocco, Brazil, Mexico, Paraguay, Peru, Cuba

W2-

Netherlands, Australia, Romania, Ireland, China, United States, Greece, Spain, Great Britain, Lithuania, Czech Republic

W2X

Romania, Lithuania, United States, Ireland, New Zealand, France, Italy, Australia, Norway, China, Netherlands

W4-

Netherlands, Romania, Great Britain, United States, Australia, China, New Zealand

W4X

Great Britain, Netherlands, China, Switzerland, Australia, Romania, Germany

W8+

Romania, United States, Australia, Great Britain, Canada

LW2X (lightweight)

Great Britain, United States, Romania, Canada, New Zealand, China, Ireland, Tunisia, Argentina, Peru

*This table of countries qualified for rowing events at the Olympics is not yet definitive. Other countries will be added as regattas are held and decisions are made by the NOCs and World Rowing.