2023 European Rowing Championships - Bled (SLO) - May 28th - News

Rowing: Europe's elite gathers in Slovenia

European Rowing Championships 2023

Bled (SLO), May 25th - 28th 2023


The 2023 European Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia have attracted entries from 33 European nations, with 560 rowers competing for the title of European Rowing Champion. Germany has the highest number of boats entered with 18 of the 22 boat classes being raced. Next is Great Britain both with 17 boats entered. At last year’s European Rowing Championship regatta in Munich, Germany, Great Britain finished at the top of the medals table, ahead of Romania and Italy. European Rowing Championships have been staged since 1893, and are one of the longest running sport championships on the international calendar. After a hiatus, it was reinstated in 2007, and for this first time in 2018, was part of a multi-sport event. The European Rowing Championships are open to the 46 European national rowing federations, including Israel.


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