Glover and Swann make final
Olympic champion Helen Glover and new team-mate Polly Swann surged into the final of the women's coxless pair at the World Championships.
Glover and Swann won their semi-final with a three-second advantage over American pair Taylor Goetzinger and Meghan Musnicki, on a day when six Great Britain crews qualified for finals in South Korea.
Glover said: "We knew it was going to be tough but that felt like a nice controlled race. We rowed our own race and now we are building towards the final."
Northern Ireland brothers Richard and Peter Chambers won their semi-final in the lightweight men's double, and Ruth Walczak was a winner in the lightweight single sculls.
The men's quadruple sculls team of Graeme Thomas, Charles Cousins, Sam Townsend and Peter Lambert qualified in second place behind Germany's reigning Olympic champions.
The lightweight women's double sculls team of Imogen Walsh and Kathryn Twyman were also second, while Mat Tarrant stroked the men's four team including Alan Sinclair, Scott Durrant and Nathaniel Reilly O'Donnell into the final in third place.
GB Rowing team performance director Sir David Tanner said: "Our boats have done us proud in qualifying another five boats for Olympic A class finals and one for the International Class finals, showing the strong level we have across our team here in Korea."