The 2020 World Rowing Championships at senior, under-23 and junior levels have been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Germany and New Zealand won the men's and women's eight finals to book their tickets to next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo as the World Rowing Championships concluded in Austria.
Paralympic gold medallists Britain's Lauren Rowles and Laurence Whiteley beat two-time champions the Netherlands to seal the Para PR2 mixed double sculls title, at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Poland sprung a huge surprise as they overcame a strong field to clinch gold in the men's four race at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Kyle Fredrickson and Andrew Todd of Canada retained their Para PR3 men's pair title at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Germany's Marie-Louise Dräger won her fourth World Rowing Championships gold medal at the age of 38, with victory in the women's lightweight single sculls in Austria.
Caileigh Filmer and Hillary Janssens of Canada moved a step closer to defending their women's pair title as they qualified for the final - and next year's Olympic Games - at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Italy's Matteo Lodo and Giuseppe Vicino took first place in a re-run men's pair quarter-final, after the umpire launch collided with the Polish team at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
The Netherlands and China qualified the first boats for next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo, after winning their heats in the women's quadruple sculls at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Women's double sculls defending champions Milda Valčiukaitė and Ieva Adomavičiūtė of Lithuania finished a disappointing fourth in their heat at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Martin and Valent Sinković of Croatia topped their heat in the men's pairs event on the first day of the World Rowing Championships in Linz Ottensheim in Austria.
Tributes will be paid to Belarusian Para-rower Dzmitry Ryshkevich during the World Rowing Championships, after he died in a training incident at the age of 33.