The 2019 World Rowing Championships were held August 25-September 1 in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria
In total, the U.S. qualified 12 boats for Tokyo including eight boats for the Olympic Games and all four boats for the Paralympic Games, while winning six medals to finish in a tie for fourth in total medals. Only Great Britain qualified more boats combined for the Olympics and Paralympics (13) than the U.S. in Linz.
The U.S. won gold in the lightweight women’s pair and PR3 women’s pair, silver in the PR3 mixed four with coxswain, and bronze in the women’s single sculls, women’s eight and PR3 mixed double sculls.
The U.S. qualified the women’s single sculls, women’s double sculls, women’s quadruple sculls, women’s pair, women’s four, men’s four, women’s eight and men’s eight for the 2020 Olympic Games, while also qualifying the PR1 women’s single sculls, PR1 men’s single sculls, PR2 mixed double sculls and PR3 mixed four with coxswain for the 2020 Paralympics.
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The 2019 World Rowing Championships also are the initial step in the selection process for both the Olympic and Paralympic Games, as they serve as the first opportunity for countries to qualify their boats (not individual athletes) for 2020.
Click here for more information on FISA’s Olympic qualification process.
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9/1: Kohler, Women’s Eight Win Bronze at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/31: PR3 Mixed Four with Coxswain Wins Silver at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/30: U.S. Wins Three Medals, Advances to Three Finals on Friday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/29: Four Crews Advance to Finals on Thursday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/28: Three Crews Victorious on Wednesday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/27: U.S. Eights Advance to Finals, Men’s Four Heads to Semifinals on Day Three at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/26: Women’s Double Wins Heat, Five Advance on Second Day at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/25: Three Crews Win Heats, Nine Advance on Day One at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/24: Fifteen U.S. Crews Hit the Water on Sunday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships
8/23: World Championships Medals, Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Spots on the Line in Linz
8/8: USRowing Announces 2019 World Rowing Championships Roster
8/7: Meador Wins Single Sculls, Weiss and Carlson Win Pair at 2019 Senior Trials V
7/16/19: Men’s Single Added to 2019 Senior World Championships Trials V
7/10/19: Twenty-Eight Crews Named to U.S. National Team Wednesday at 2019 Mega Trials
7/6/19: USRowing Announces PR3 Mixed Four with Coxswain for 2019 World Championships
6/28/19: Eisser and Kalmoe Named to 2019 U.S. National Team in the Women’s Pair
5/19/19: Three Crews Earn Spots on 2019 U.S. National Team
4/21/19: Kohler, Knippen Earn Spots on National Team at 2019 Senior National Team Trials I
Sunday A-D Finals Races
Saturday A-D Finals Races & Medals
Friday Semifinal & Finals Races
Thursday Semifinal & Repechage Races
Wednesday Repechage, Preliminary & Quarterfinal Races
Tuesday Repechage, Heats & Preliminary Races
Monday Heats & Repechage Races
Sunday Heats Races
Saturday Practice & Spares Races
2019 World Rowing Championships Interviews
2019 Senior National Team Bios
2019 World Championships Press Kit