The 2023 European Rowing Championships start on Thursday and the BBC will have live coverage of the final two days.
Taking place from 25-28 May in Bled, Slovenia, the races will be streamed live on BBC iPlayer, BBC Red Button and the BBC Sport website and mobile app.
Double Olympic champion and mother of three Helen Glover is one of 62 athletes representing Great Britain.
Glover, who retired after finishing fourth at the Tokyo Olympics, hopes to help the four women retain their titles.
The 36-year-old won her 2012 and 2016 Olympic gold medals in the women’s pair with Heather Stanning and came fourth in Tokyo with Polly Swann.
Glover joins Rebecca Shorten, Rowan McKellar and Heidi Long – who won world and European gold in an unbeaten 2022 season – in Slovenia.
She replaces Samantha Redgrave, who moved to the women’s eight.
Britain also defended five other titles: the men’s eight, the men’s quad, the women’s quad, the women’s lightweight double and the paralympic mixed coxed four.
European Rowing Championships 2023: Coverage details
All times BST. Coverage may be subject to later schedule changes, so details may vary from this page.
Saturday, May 27
10:30-14:00 – BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app
Sunday, 28 May
09:30-13:00 – BBC Red Button, BBC iPlayer, BBC Sport website and BBC Sport app
National and regional differences
National and regional differences are included in this list where possible, but please check your local lists for more detailed information.