The Finnish rower Joel Naukkarinen won a bronze medal in the mens open 2000 meter class at the World Rowing Indoor Championship which took place from 25-26 February 2022.
The open men’s 2000m was one of the highlight events and the race saw last year’s indoor champion Ward Lemmelijn of Belgium come out on top again. Lemmelijn trailed Russia’s Alexander Vyazovkin for the majority of the race, and in an epic sprint to the line overtook him just before the finish, to the delight of his supporters in Belgium. He fell just short of the magic sub 5:40 mark when he finished in a time of 5:41.7, ahead of Vyazovkin with Joel Naukkarinen of Finland in third. Congratulation to Joel Naukkarinen.
Nordic Rowing Federation together with Finnish Canoeing and Rowing Federation are inviting all rowers to participate in the combined Tampere International Regatta and the Open Nordic Rowing Championships which will take place on June 18-19, 2022 in Tampere in Finland.
The combined Tampere International Regatta and the Open Nordic Rowing Championship will be the biggest international regatta in the Nordic countries in 2022 so join us and the organizers in making this a successful regatta.
Invitation to 2022 VirtualOpen Nordic Indoor Rowing Championship
Nordic Rowing Federation and the Danish Rowing Federation are inviting all Concept2 erg rowers to participate in the 2022 Open Nordic Indoor Championship which also this year will be held as Virtual event on March 19.
Please note that membership of a rowing club is not a requirement for sign up and participation.
Cancelled: 2022 European Indoor Rowing Championship
Due to new Covid-19 restrictions in Sweden the swedish organizers have had to cancel the scheduled 2022 European Indoor Rowing Championship scheduled to take place in Jönköbing Sweden on January 29-30, 2022
Swedish Rowing Federation is a proud organizer of the 2022 European Indoor Rowing Championship. The event will take place in Jönköbing in Sweden on January 29-30, 2022. For more information and registration click on this link: www.erich2022.se
It was a perfect Coastal day in Helsingborg, Sweden. The strong northwesterly wind Friday coming from the open sea had during the night moved to a more calm southwesterly direction making it possible for all boats to succesfully conquer the waves. No rain and a mix of sun and clouds with temperature in the low 20’s and the scene was set for the first Open Nordic Coastal Championship.