Sanita Puspure has the chance to round of a hugely successful Rowing World Championships for Ireland with another medal this afternoon.

The Irish team have already secured two gold medals in Florida thanks to the efforts of Paul O'Donovan in the lightweight men's single sculls and Mark O'Donovan and Shane O'Driscoll in the lightweight men's pair.

Puspure will be hoping to join her team-mates and claim a medal of her own she goes in the final of the women's single sculls final today.

The Irish rower is in the water for her race at 3:57pm and there will be full coverage on the race on RTÉ with the build-up starting at 3:30pm.

Cork-based Puspure clinched second place in her semi-final to earn a spot in the medal race, coming through a very competitive field to earn her spot.

Puspure will have plenty of support from the shore as Gary O’Donovan has pledged to rally the troops and cheers her on.

"She was in between the two favourites in a very tough (semi-final) race so that was good for her," he said. "We'll be back out supporting her, without question. With the flags - don't worry about that."

Live coverage of the World Rowing Championships will be broadcast on RTÉ2 on Sunday. Live coverage at 3.30 with a highlights package at 8pm.