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Three of New Zealand’s four crews made A Finals, with the women’s quad taking gold at the World Rowing Junior Champs
At the conclusion of day four of the 2019 World Rowing Junior Championships, three of New Zealand’s four crews have progressed to an A Finals.
In 2018, the United States finished on top of the medals table at the junior championships with two gold medals, four silver and one bronze.
Kiwi Kurtis Imrie produced a herculean effort on the final day of the 2019 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Pitesti, Romania to grab an outstanding U23 K1 500m bronze
Day three of the ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships, Leading the way was Kurtis Imrie
A pair of A Finals provided the highlight of the New Zealand challenge on a jam-packed second day of competition at the 2019 ICF Junior & U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Pitesti, Romania.
New Zealand advanced all six competing boats on day one of the 2019 ICF Junior and U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships in Pitesti, Romania.
A 19-strong New Zealand take to the water at the 2019 ICF Junior & U23 Canoe Sprint World Championships, which begin on Thursday (Aug 1) and conclude on Monday (Aug 5) in Pitesti, Romania.
New Zealand takes two silver medals - men’s double scull Jack Lopas and Ollie Maclean, plus mens Fours Ben Taylor, Sam Jones, Thomas Mackintosh and Thomas Russel
World Rowing U23 Champs - Four New Zealand crews contested A Finals, and two crews contested A/B semi-finals.