High winds on Sunday meant the Rowing at the Lagoa Stadium in Rio were initially postponed for two hours due to the high winds, but the weather did not get better and the races were called off.
All of the races that were due to take place on Sunday took place today on Monday. This article gives you a roundup of the Rowing Heats and Repechage that took place.
Men's Quadruple Sculls
The first event to take place on the Third day of the Olympic Games were the Men's Quadruple Sculls Repechage.
With only two places up for grabs in the Repechage, six countries battled it out to make the final.
Germany was the outstanding team of the day winning the Repechage in a time of 5:51:43 ahead of Great Britain in second who also qualified for the finals in 5:53:10.
Women's Quadruple Sculls
It was the turn of the Women's Quadruple Sculls Repechage. Five countries were involved in this race wth four available places up for grabs.
In a tightly contested race, The Netherlands came out on top 6:24:61 followed by Poland 6:25:49. China and the USA were the other two countries to progress to the final with Australia bowing out just six-tenth of a second slower than the United States.
Women's Coxed Eight
In the opening heats, the USA ran away with the race finishing eight minutes faster than the Netherlands to progress to the final.
The second heat was much closer, however, Great Britain still finished three minutes faster than their opponents New Zealand in second place.
Canada, New Zealand, Romania and Australia will battle it out in the Repechage for a place in the final.
Men's Coxed Eight
In the Men's Coxed Eight race Great Britain were the fastest winners of the day as they won the first heat and advanced to the semifinals where they will be joined by Germany who won their second heat by two minutes.
Five teams - New Zealand, Netherland, USA, Poland, and Italy will need a Repechage to determine the final two places in the final.
Men's Singles Sculls
In the Singles Sculls, South Korea's Dongyong Kim was the fastest winner of the Repechages winning the second race in 7:12:96 ahead of Iraq's Mohammed Al-Khafaji.
In the third race, Lithuania's Armandas Kelmelis advanced to the quarterfinals with Uzbekistan's Shakhboz Kholmurzaev in second.
The slowest of the three races came in the opening race. Sid Boudina of Algeria was the winner five minutes ahead of Renzo Leon Garcia of Peru.
Women's Single Sculls
The third Repechage was by far the quickest of the three with Anna Malvina Svennung posting the fastest score of 7:46:35 with Paraguay's Gabriela Mosqueira Benitez coming second. Both women going through to the quarterfinal stage.
Kim-Ye JI of South Korea won the second Repechage in a time of 7:59:59 to put her in second in the overall standings. Lucia Palermo came close in second posting a time of 8:00:59.
Amina Rouba and Felice Chow were the two women to come through the opening Repechage in a slow race. Rouba finished first with a time of 8:04:21 while Chow came second in 8:04:91.
Men's Coxless pair
In the Men's Coxless pair, Netherlands, Serbia and USA advanced to the semifinals. The Netherlands will join the Semifinal A/B one with the USA while Serbia will join the Semifinal A/B two race.
Netherlands will join Italy, Australia, France, Romania and the US in the first semifinal with Serbia in the second A/B race with the Czech Republic, South Africa, New Zealand, Great Britain and Hungary.
Women's Doubles sculls
With only one Repechage, there were three semifinal places up for grabs with four pairs in this race.
Germany's Mareike Adams and Marie-Catherine Arnold were the winners ahead of Ellen Tomek and Meghan O'Leary of the USA. The first two places were tightly contested with the Germans coming away on top with a time of 7:00:54 followed by the Americans 7:00:60. Three minutes behind and also qualifying were the Czech pair of Kristyna Fleissnerova and Lenka Antosova posting a time of 7:03:68.
Men's Doubles Sculls
The Men's race was won by Great Britain's Jonathan Walton and John Collins in 6:19:50 ahead of Bulgaria and Serbia who also qualified for the semifinals.
The British and Bulgarians will join the semifinal one race while Serbia will join the semifinal A/B two race.
Men's coxless lightweight four
In the Men's coxless lightweight four race, France came away with the win on the Repechage with Germany and Czech Republic coming in second and third.
The French team won in a time of 6:01:18 with Germany coming in second at 6:03:29 will be in the semifinal A/B one race with the Czech Republic contesting the semifinal A/B two race went a minute slower in 6:04:30.
Women's lightweight double sculls
In one of the races re-scheduled for today, the women began their heats with four to be contested.
The fastest winner of the four heats were the Netherlands who came away from the second heat in a time of 6:57:28 ahead of New Zealand who languished behind in 7:02:01 to qualify.
China who went in heat one was second fastest in a tightly contested race. The Chinese won the first race in 7:00:13 with Denmark coming second in 7:01:84. Katherine Copeland the champion from London 2012 finished in last place with Charlotte Taylor.
The third heat was won by South Africa with Ireland coming second. In the final heat, Canada and Poland both progressed to the semifinals.
Men's lightweight doubles sculls
In the Men's race, South Africa's pair of James Thompson and John Smith was the fastest winners of the day winning the fourth heat in a time of 6:23:10. Ireland's brothers Gary Donovan and Paul Donovan won the opening heat in 6:23:72 ahead of Italy.
The second heat was won by Norway with the USA coming in second. The third heat saw the French favourites Jeremie Azou and Pierre Houin dominate the race in 6:24:62 ahead of Poland's Artur Mikolajczewski and Milosz Jankowski 6:27:70.
Women's coxless pair
The 2012 London Olympic champions Helen Glover and Heather Stanning without a surprise came away with the fastest time. They clocked 7:05:05 in heat one with Denmark coming second and Germany third.
The USA was second fastest in the last heat with the Spain and Poland also coming through. In the second heat, New Zealand cruised to victory with South Africa and China joining them in the semifinals.
Men's coxless four
Australia set out a marker by setting the fastest time of 5:54:84. They were in the first heat and won ahead of Germany and Netherlands who also qualified for the semifinal
Great Britain the London 2012 Gold medalists had the second fastest time in their final heat with 5:55:59 with Greece and France coming in second and third.
In the second heat, Italy came through ahead of Canada and the USA.