Twenty-nine countries head home from the 2017 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton, United States with World Championship medals. In a week of great rowing conditions, over 900 athletes raced at the beautiful new rowing venue at Nathan Benderson Park. Italy left as the best overall nation. The Italians won nine medal three of them gold.
University of Bath rower Sam Courty will make her senior World Championships debut later this month after being added to the GB Rowing Team squad for the global event in Sarasota, Florida. Courty, who only took up rowing while studying Sports & Exercise Science, has been selected in a new-look women’s four with Caragh McMurtry,
The combined 2016 World Rowing Senior, Under 23 & Junior Championships in Rotterdam, the Netherlands concluded with the World Championships for rowers under 19 years of age. Racing in the 13 boat classes resulted in four new junior World Best Times set in a day of challenging tail wind conditions on the Willem-Alexander Baan Rowing
The 2016 World Rowing Championships are staged for the World Championship boat classes that are not raced at the Olympic Games. This regatta combines the World Rowing Seniors, Under 23 and World Rowing Junior Championships (which takes place tomorrow). Today’s finals included the seven World Championship boat classes and one para-rowing boat class. Great Britain finished
The 2016 World Rowing Cup heads to Lucerne, Switzerland for the second World Rowing Cup and entries have come in from 51 nations with more than 550 athletes ready to compete. This is an increase on the first World Rowing Cup as a number of nations from outside of Europe have chosen to compete at
The 2016 European Rowing Championships in Brandenburg, Germany began with over 500 athletes from 34 countries and ended with 23 nations earning medals. This is the widest medal spread ever at the European Rowing Championships which was first founded in 1893. The wind today on the Beetzsee lake regatta course made for challenging rowing conditions