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Moore & Williams reach main draw of All England Championships

England saw glimpses of bright doubles’ futures in both victory and defeat as qualifying finals completed the main draw at the 106th YONEX All England Championships in Birmingham on Tuesday.  Jenny Moore and Victoria Williams will play Danish fourth seeds Christinna Pedersen and Kamilla Rytter Juhl in the women’s doubles main draw. The unseeded English

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Rowing’s National Federation leaders discuss future of the sport

The series of National Federations’ Conferences, organised by The World Rowing Federation, FISA, continued with the fifth edition taking place in London on, 6 March. More than 80 delegates representing 59 National Federations attended to discuss changes to the rules and governance of rowing which will be crucial to ensure the healthy future of the

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Rowing part of women in sport leadership

The participation of women in the Olympic Games has increased over the past few Games and with that a focus on women in sport leadership roles is being examined. The International Olympic Committee (IOC) together with the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) are holding the International Federations Women in Leadership Forum. The World

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Women’s Eights Head of the River Race

On Saturday 5th March at 12.45pm, the 76th Women’s Head will take place from Mortlake to Putney. Entries this year have flooded in, leading to the maximum number of entries with just under 24 hours to go to the deadline. Even after entries had closed, there were a considerable number of crews contacting the committee,

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Difficult and demanding day in Cairo for Summers

GB’s Francesca Summers finishes 22nd in the women’s final of the first modern pentathlon World Cup in what was the “most difficult and demanding” performance of her career so far. The 20-year-old, originally from Dorking, performed consistently throughout the day, in what were difficult conditions in Cairo’s International Stadium. Pentathlon GB’s Performance Director Jan Bartu

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