A busy programme of International University Sports Federation (FISU) World Championship action is due to continue tomorrow with a rowing regatta in Shanghai.
The 15th World University Rowing Championships is scheduled to take place at the Guangming Stadium over three days of competition until Sunday (August 12).
Heats are due to take place in all events before repêchages and semi-finals tomorrow.
Rowing is a sport steeped in university traditions perhaps more than any other, with the annual Boat Race between the Universities of Cambridge and Oxford one of the oldest and most prestigious races on the calendar.
A total of 11 of the British team who competed at the Poznan edition of 2016 have since graduated to senior level.
A 32-strong Great Britain team from 14 different institutions has been named for the Shanghai event.
Milan in Italy hosted the first World University Rowing Championship in 1984.