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  1. Who's in action for Great Britain?

    Olympic champion Will Satch and silver medallist Polly Swann have returned to the Great Britain squad for the World Cup in Poznan.

    Satch, who won gold in the men's eight at Rio 2016, has not competed since rupturing a tendon in his shoulder in December 2018 and will row in the second men's four boat in Poland.

    Polly Swann, a former world and European champion in the coxless pairs, also returns to international competition for the first time since winning silver in the women's eight at Rio 2016, after taking time off following the Olympics to finish her medical degree.

    European champion Ollie Cook, Matt Rossiter, Rory Gibbs and Sholto Carnegie will be in the first men's four boat while Ruth Siddorn and Georgina Brayshaw will make their senior debuts as they compete in the women's double.

    Check out Great Britain's full squad to travel to Poznan here.

    Polly Swann and Helen Glover
    Image caption: Polly Swann (right) enjoyed great success in the coxless pairs with Helen Glover
  2. What is the Rowing World Cup?

    The 2019 Rowing World Cup continues in Poznan, Poland with the second of three annual regattas.

    The event is an international rowing competition and acts as a lead-up to the World Rowing Championships. It includes the 14 Olympic boat classes and a selection of International boat classes, with para-rowing also contested at some World Cups.

    World Cup II will see 823 athletes from 45 countries competing in 23 boat classes with the largest boat class for the men’s category being the single sculls whilst for the women it is the women’s pair.

  3. How can I watch the Rowing World Cup II?

    Watch live coverage of the second Rowing World Cup regatta of the season from Poznan, Poland from 10:00 BST on Sunday, 23 June on the BBC Sport website, app, connected TV and iPlayer.

    You can also catch-up on all the action for 30 days on BBC iPlayer.

  4. Get Inspired: How to get into rowing

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    Video caption: 2019 Boat Races: Could Jason Bell & Sam Quek hack it as a racer?

    A whole generation of Brits grew up watching our rowers dominate the Olympics, with Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent leading the medal tallies.

    Whether you wish to emulate the success of the GB rowing team, or just burn a few calories out, rowing is an easy to enjoy sport for all.

    There is a wide range of ways for people of all abilities to take part in rowing, including personal challenges, indoor rowing, ocean crossings, regattas and international competitions.

    Visit British Rowing - or find local rowing opportunities in Ireland, Scotland and Wales.

    You can also find out more on how to get into rowing here.