Rowing at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics has ended. Canada won the ultimate prize in the women's eight while the Kiwi's emerged victorious in the men's eight. The U.S. rowing contingent departs Tokyo without a medal.
At the conclusion of Thursday's racing in Tokyo, the U.S. remains medal-less. For other crews, though, pride and excitement were chief emotions as medalists were crowned.
The United States secured two more final spots in the women's lightweight double and the men's eight on day four of Olympic rowing. The women's double and men's four both finished in fifth place in their finals.
A guide to what the next steps are for the athletes in Tokyo and who is racing when after two days of canceled racing.
With the Sea Forrest Waterway shut down due to weather, some crews are getting a break from a difficult schedule.
For some rowers, today's racing inspired reflection and gratitude for the support they receive even if the stands are empty.
The United States' women's eight and men's four advance directly to finals while the men's eight narrowly missed out but put up an impressive performance.