Europe’s top rowers head for Lucerne, Switzerland next week to compete at the 2019 European Rowing Championships. The regatta takes place from 31 May – 2 June. The regatta has attracted representation from 36 member federations, tied for the record, with a near record of just under 600 athletes entered. Both Great Britain and Germany
Opening the 2019 season this weekend was World Rowing Cup I in Plovdiv, Bulgaria and for the first time China finished at the top of the World Cup points table. China came with a large team to Plovdiv and they showed their strength in several boat classes allowing them to win gold medals in the
A taste of what 2019 has in store for World Rowing will be revealed when World Rowing Cup I takes place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. This first international regatta for 2019 goes from 10-12 May with 12 May featuring 16 finals. The regatta has seen entries come in from 24 countries with over 300 athletes competing.
In one extravaganza showcase, the World Rowing Award winners for 2018 were revealed. Australia’s winning streak in the men’s four secured them the top award for the Men’s Crew of the Year. A continuing surge in Polish women’s rowing resulted in the women’s quadruple sculls winning Women’s Crew of the Year. New boat classes helped
The 2018 World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria saw new World Champions crowned from across the continents with 28 countries overall taking home medals. In a week of late summer warm weather and fast rowing conditions, the United States won the most number of medals with a total of ten, three of them gold. This
The entries are in for rowing’s most important event of the rowing year, the 2018 World Rowing Championships to be hosted in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The World Rowing Federation, FISA, is pleased to announce that over 900 athletes from 62 nations will be competing. The regatta will take place in Plovdiv’s Maritza River Water Sports Centre
The 2018 World Rowing Junior Championships in Racice, Czech Republic came to a close with junior champions being crowned in 14 events and 11 new junior World Best Times set over the course of the Championships. The World Best Times were spread over two of the five days of racing and included the men’s single
The 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships wrapped up in Poznan, Poland yesterday. The Championships, which took place on Poznan’s Malta Lake, saw five days of racing with finals raced on the last two days. Five under-23 World Best Times were set during the championships, with the fast tail-wind conditions on the final day
Popularity in under-23 rowing continues to grow with the 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships attracting nearly 900 rowers from 55 nations. The championship is being hosted by Poznan, Poland at the well-known Malta regatta course in the heart of the city. Racing will start on 25 July and run through to 29 July 2018.
The 2018 World Rowing Cup season concluded in Lucerne, Switzerland with New Zealand topping the medals table and Germany the overall World Cup points table in a show of rowing competence. This was the final World Cup in the three-regatta series and for many countries, the last chance to test their crews internationally before the