"It's an absolutely fantastic result for us," said Tasmanian Institute of Sport head rowing coach Rhett Ayliffe yesterday.
"A lot of hard work has gone into getting this and we are very excited about it, but we are now looking forward to the challenge of converting selection into medals."
Tamar Rowing Club is among those celebrating the squad announcements by Rowing Australia.
Four members of the Launceston club, Max Sondermeyer, Blair Tunevitsch, Carly Cottam and Ingrid Fenger, will compete in the under-23 titles in Strathclyde, Scotland, in July, and Dominic Monypenny, will be among the eight Tasmanians heading to the senior world titles in Munich, Germany.
Cottam and Fenger will join the lightweight women's squad based in Launceston under the guidance of new TIS coach Ron Batt to train for the championships, and Ayliffe said the city should be proud to be playing a key role in developing world-class rowers.
"We're looking at two or three crews training on the Tamar so this is a very exciting time for Tasmanian rowing," added Ayliffe who will be coaching the heavy sculling squad in Hobart before heading to Germany for the senior championships.
Southern clubs Lindisfarne, New Norfolk, Huon and Buckingham also had much to celebrate in the squads.
And Devonport's Mersey Rowing Club will be closely following the junior world championships in Beijing in August where David Wright and Taylor Wilczynski will be competing under the guidance of coach Rob Williams.
The senior Australian squad, currently ranked number one in the world for Olympic boats, leaves for Europe on May 25 and will compete in two world cup events as a lead-up to the world championships in August.
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