United States are targeting home gold in the prestigious men's eight at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships which begin in Sarasota and Bradenton tomorrow.
Britain inflict first defeat on Germany's men's eight since Rio 2016 at World Rowing Cup in Rotterdam
Germany’s men’s eight crew, world and European champions Germany, lost their first race since the 2016 Olympic Games today as they were beaten by the nation who had earned gold in Rio de Janeiro, Britain, at the third and final World Rowing Cup of the season in Rotterdam.
There was double medal delight for Australia in the lightweight single sculls at the World Rowing Cup in Rotterdam today.
World champions Martin and Valent Sinković of Croatia were among the qualifiers in the men's pair event on a weather-affected first day at the World Rowing Cup in Rotterdam.
Dutch city Rotterdam will host the third and final World Rowing Cup of the season this weekend with the event the last chance for preparations before this year's World Championships.
The Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) has paid tribute to the late Nick Garratt, a four-time Olympic rowing coach who has died at the age of 71.
Australia topped both the points and medal table in Europe for the first time as they won a maiden World Rowing Cup of the season in Poznań.
European champions Italy claimed the gold medal in the men's lightweight quadruple sculls on the first day of finals at the World Rowing Cup in Poznań.
Women's world double sculls champions out of medal contention on opening day of World Rowing Cup event in Poznań
Defending women's world double sculls champions Milda Valčiukaitė and Ieva Adomavičiūtė are out of medal contention on day one of the latest leg of the 2019 World Rowing Cup, held in Poznań in Poland.
The World Rowing Cup that starts in Poznan tomorrow has attracted the largest turn-out of its kind since 2011.
Nathan Benderson Park has been selected as the site for the 2020 United States Olympic and Paralympic rowing team trials, with competition due to take place in April.
Jeannine Gmelin’s hopes of retaining her European single sculls title in front of her home crowd on Lucerne’s Rotsee today were frustrated by Ireland’s world champion Sanita Puspure.
Switzerland’s Jeannine Gmelin, defending the European single sculls title on her home waters of the Rotsee in Lucerne, moved into tomorrow’s concluding day of finals in impressive fashion.
Defending champion Jeannine Gmelin recorded an impressive victory in her women's single sculls heat at the European Rowing Championships in Lucerne.
Jeannine Gmelin of Switzerland will attempt to retain her women's single sculls title in front of a home crowd at the European Rowing Championships in Lucerne.