Emily Craig and Imogen Grant won the women's lightweight double sculls at Munich 2022 ©Getty Images

Britain won two more rowing events to add to the four golds won yesterday to finish as the best nation in the sport at the Munich 2022 European Championships.

Tokyo 2020 Paralympic champions Giedre Rakauskaite and Oliver Stanhope starred with Francesca Allen, Edward Fuller, and Erin Kenedy as Britain won the PR3 mixed coxed four final in 7min 06.73sec.

France and Germany took the second and third spot in 7:26.06 and 7:33.17 respectively.

The second gold medal for Britain came in the lightweight women’s double sculls.

Emily Craig and Imogen Grant won the gold in 7:27.82 with France taking silver in 7:33.33 and Italy claiming bronze in 7:36.87.

Hungary won the lightweight men’s pair final as Bence Szabo and Kalman Furko cruised to the finish in 7:17.04.

Turkey bagged silver in 7:25.55 thanks to Enes Yenipazarli and Bayram Sonmez.

Bronze medal was not awarded as there were only three entries.

Italy’s Giulia Mignemi, Paola Piazzolla, Silvia Crosio and Arianna Noseda took the lightweight women’s quadruple sculls gold in 6:58.48.

With only two entries, there were no silver and bronze medallists.

The lightweight men’s single sculls title went to Antonios Papakonstantinou of Greece in 7:21.84.

The 2020 lightweight quad sculls European champion Gabriel Soares of Italy got silver in 7:24.21 and Andri Struzina of Switzerland won bronze in 7:31.23.

Two-time lightweight double sculls world champion Lonela Cozmiuc won the lightweight single sculls gold for Romania in 8:04.41.

Zio Fitsiou of Greece and Martine Veldhuis of the Netherlands finished second and third in 8:09.21 and 8:10.20 respectively.

Ukraine’s Svitlana Bohuslavska and Iaroslav Koiuda claimed the PR2 mixed double sculls title in 8:53.72.

Silver medal went to Perle Bouge and Stephane Tardieu in 8:57.95 and bronze was claimed by Jolanta Majka and Michal Gadowski of Poland in 9:02.88.

The Netherlands won their first rowing gold of the day in the men’s single sculls.

Melvin Twellaar crossed the line in 7:14.72 to win the title.

Stefanos Ntouskos of Greece claimed silver and Bulgarian Kristian Vasilev won bronze in 7:15.01 and 7:16.37 respectively.

Another gold for the Dutch was sealed when Karolien Florijn finished first in the women’s single sculls clocking 8:01.43.

Greece took silver thanks to Evangelia Anastasiadou who clocked 8:08.20 and bronze went to Alexandra Foester of Germany in 8:09.86.

Ireland’s Fintan McCarthy and Paul O’Donovan cruised to victory in the lightweight men’s double sculls in 6:34.72.

Italy bagged silver in 6:38.40 and Switzerland settled for bronze in 6:39.67.

The women’s eight final went to Romania in 6:26.38.

Britain and Netherlands claimed second and third sports in 6:28.02 and 6:35.68 respectively.

Croatia’s Rio 2016 Olympic champion Martin Sinkovic and Valent Sinkovic won the men’s double sculls in 6:35.93.

Spain finished second in 6:38.46 before Lithuania in third in 6:42.11.