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That’s the end of our live coverage. Thank you for joining us for this wonderful World Rowing Championship in Linz, Austria. What a week it has been.
Jean-Christophe Rolande, FISA President, is making his final remarks to bring the tournament to an end
The NZL national anthem plays to close proceedings as the W8+ medalists receive their awards
That’s the end of racing for these World Rowing Champioships but there is a medal ceremony and the closing ceremony to come so stay tuned for highlights
NZL overtake AUS to win the final race of the day
AUS still leading at 1500m but again it is tight
AUS lead this final race at 1000m
The W8+ final is on the course
This is it. The final race of the 2019 World Rowing Championships is coming up in the next few minutes
And Oliver Zeidler (GER) has won it! A fantastic race from rowing’s newest star
It’s a photo finish!
NED still lead at 1500m in another extremely tight race
NED lead at half way
The M1x final is on the course. This is the penultimate race of these World Rowing Championships
Sunita Puspure (IRL) overtakes in the final quarter, beating Emma Twigg in the W1x final after the New Zealander controlled the majority of the race
NZL still lead at 1500m with IRL gaining
NZL lead at 1000m with IRL close behind
The W1x final is on the course
We are now into the last three races of the day. Stay with us for live coverage right through to the end
And it is NZL who miss out on Olympic qualification
GER just hold off a late surge from NED to take the gold medal by around 0.5s
GER still leading at 1500m
Remember 5 of the 6 teams will qualify for Tokyo 2020
GER lead at 1000m but it’s anybody’s race
The crowd are making it clear that this is a hotly anticipated final
The M8+ final is on the course
A very close race! IRL surged late but Zhiyu Liu and Liang Zhang (CHN) just held them off to win
CHN lead at 1500m but it’s anyone’s guess who will medal
CHN lead at 1000m
The M2x final is on the course
Brooke Donoghue and Olivia Loe (NZL) hold on to win the W2x final. A very exciting final as both ROU and NED surged past USA to come second and third in about the last 10m
Loud chants of “USA” ringing from the stands
It’s still fantastically close!
NZL overtake USA to lead at 1500m
USA lead an incredibly tight race, with just half a length separating all six teams at 1000m
The W2x final is on the course
Loud cheers from the crowd as it is announced that Polianskyi has just set a new world record in the event. He beat out Alexey Chuvashev (RUS) by nine seconds!
Roman Polianskyi (UKR) pushes on to win the PR1M1x final by a several lengths. An excellent race from him
UKR still leading at 1500m, with a narrow lead over AUS
UKR lead at half way
The PR1M1x A final is on the course
Birgit Skarstein (NOR) cruises to a comfortable victory in the PR1W1x final. A great race from her, she simply never looked troubled by the rest of the field.
NOR still leading at 1500m with FRA in second and ISR in third
NOR leads at half way ahead of FRA in second
Time for the A finals. The PR1W1x final is on the course
The last B final has just finished, won by ROU. The first A final is scheduled for 13:05 so stay tuned for our live coverage
Damir Martin (CRO), Robert Manson (NZL) and Simone Martini (ITA) qualify for Tokyo after a photo finish! Just one more B final left
The M1x B final is now on the course. As with the women’s race the first three qualify for next year’s Olympics
Yan Jiang (CHN), Laila Youssifou (NED) and Magdelana Lobnig (AUT) have qualified for Tokyo 2020 in the W1x
Another Olympic qualification final. The crowd is really loud now. Things are heating up
Just three B finals remaining
Another very close run B final. The races are just getting better and better. Excitement clearly building amongst the fans as the day goes on and we head towards the A finals
An incredibly exciting B final! It’s AUS who miss out on Olympic qualification. Victory for NED after a photo finish with NZL
The M2x B final has just taken the course. More noise from the crowd as it is announced that 5 of the 6 crews will qualify for Tokyo 2020
Deep into the B finals now. The crowd is beginning to pick up. Loud cheers and chants as Blake Haxton (USA) crosses the line to win the PR1M1x B final
While we wait for the A finals to begin why not catch up on all the highlights from yesterday here
Kristian Vasilev (BUL) wins the M1x to close out the C finals. Onto the B finals!
We’re into the C finals now. Supporters are beginning to trickle into the grandstand. If yesterday was anything to go by, we’re in for a good day of racing.
Welcome to our coverage of the final day of the World Rowing Championships here in Linz. Racing is set to start shortly, with A finals beginning around 13:00 and finishing just after 15:00. Check back throughout the day for updates and live play-by-play coverage of the A finals.