Poznan’s hosting of the European Rowing Championships will see Para-rowing competition will return after a six-month stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Four Paralympic events will feature at the European Championships.
World champion Roman Polianskyi will aim to secure victory in the men’s single sculls PR1 competition.
The Ukrainian is expected to face competition from Russia’s Alexey Chuvashev, who finished second to Polianskyi at the World Championships.
France’s Nathalie Benoit heads into the women’s single sculls PR1 as favourite.
The World Championship silver medallist could face the challenge of Ukraine’s Anna Sheremet and Germany’s Sylvia Pille-Steppat.
Corne de Koning and Annika van der Meer will contest the mixed double sculls PR2 event.
The Dutch duo will hope to hold off competition from France’s Perle Bouge and Christophe Lavigne.
The crews secured silver and bronze medals respectively at last year’s World Championships.
Five teams have entered the mixed coxed four PR3 competition, although world champions Britain will be absent.
The focus will shift to World Championship bronze medallists Italy, who are likely to have to hold off the challenge of Russia.
The finals in all four Paralympic classes will take place on Sunday (October 11).
The Paralympic events are part of the wider European Championships, which began today in the Polish city.