Ireland's Lightweight Men's Quadruple Sculls team finish fifth in Rowing World Championship final
Ireland's Lightweight Men's Quadruple Sculls team have finished fifth in their final at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria
Andrew Goff (stroke), Jake McCarthy, Ryan Ballantine and Fintan McCarthy finished just over five seconds off winners Germany. Italy and Turkey tool silver and bronze respectively.
Ireland's Sanita Puspure is through to the final of the final of the women's single sculls.
The Latvian-born athlete produced a scintillating display to win her semi-final in style.
Fie-Udby Erichsen of Denmark staged an early lead but Puspure gradually picked off her opponents to win by two lengths at the end of 2,000 metres.
She was the fastest qualifier for the final in a time of 7:23.010.
Earlier this morning, Philip Doyle and Ronan Byrne were fifth in the men's double sculls semi-finals and progress to the B final.
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