World Rowing Championships: BBC coverage and British squad details
Great Britain have a 66-strong team in Plovdiv, Bulgaria for the World Championships, which run from 9-16 September.
The team includes all 16 medallists from last month's European Championships in Glasgow, and unchanged women's eight and men's four crews.
Olympic champions Moe Sbihi and Will Satch are in the men's eight while European bronze medallist Sam Mottram is in the lightweight single sculls.
Great Britain won seven medals at last year's World Championships in Sarasota, Florida, with the PR3 mixed coxed four taking their only gold.
Matthew Pinsent will present BBC coverage of the final two days of the championships, when all the medals will be decided.
Expert analysis will come from London 2012 Olympic gold medallist Katherine Grainger, while fellow Olympic champions James Cracknell and Gary Herbert are in the commentary box.
*All times listed are BST. Fixtures and event start times are subject to change. The BBC is not responsible for any changes.
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