Source: FISA

Elite Female Coaches to Benefit from Specialized Programme

The International Summer Sports Federations of Cycling, Rowing, Rugby, Tennis, Triathlon and Wrestling are working together to help develop the leadership and technical skills of high potential female coaches. Supporting Recommendation 6 of the IOC’s Gender Equality Review Project, which seeks to increase the number of female coaches at the Olympic Games, these six International

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Source: World Rowing

Tokyo 2020 qualifiers and new World Champions

The 2019 World Rowing Championships doubled as the main qualification regatta for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games. This doubled the excitement and intensity as racing became much more than about medals. The Netherlands and Great Britain proved to be the most successful in Olympic qualification with both countries securing ten boat classes out

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Source: Detlev Seyb

Rowing’s Titans face off at World Rowing Cup III

The 2019 World Rowing season moves on to the final in the World Rowing Cup series of three. World Rowing Cup III takes place on the Williem Alexander Baan International Regatta Course for the first time in Rotterdam, the Netherlands from 12-14 July 2019. The regatta will be combined with the traditional Holland Beker regatta

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Source: Matchtight

Crew Bath rowers ready to take to the water at Henley

The University of Bath Rowing Club will be well represented when the world-famous Henley Royal Regatta gets under way on Wednesday. The men’s eight start their Temple Challenge Cup campaign at 3.05pm when they face Purdue University from Indiana in the United States. Crew Bath’s men’s coxed four also face American opposition in the first

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