Source: FISA

World Rowing Award winners for 2018

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

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Source: England Netball

Vitality Roses net Team of the Year Award

England’s Commonwealth Games gold-medal winning netball squad, the Vitality Roses, have tonight (01.11.18) been crowned the Team of the Year at the 2018 Sunday Times Sportswomen of the Year Awards. Sporting stars from across the country gathered at the awards ceremony in London to celebrate the achievements of inspirational female athletes and coaches. The Vitality

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Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Winners Announced

The World Cup winning England women’s cricket team, footballer turned professional boxer Stacey Copeland, England and Wales Cricket Board and England Rugby’s Inner Warrior campaign are among the winners of the Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Awards 2018. Women’s Sport Trust has announced the winners of this year’s Women’s Sport Trust #BeAGameChanger Awards, celebrating the visionaries

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Source: World Rowing

2017 World Rowing Award Winners

A year of break-out performances and the rise of new names has helped shape the winners of the 2017 World Rowing Awards, presented by the World Rowing Federation, FISA. The return to the top of the mighty German men’s eight earns them World Rowing Male Crew of the Year. The powerful single sculler, Jeannine Gmelin

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02 England Women’s Player of the Year is Tamara Taylor

The RPA Players’ Awards 2017 in association with England Rugby took place yesterday evening  at the Battersea Evolution in London. In total ten awards were made on the night but there was only one for women’s rugby. That award, England Women’s Player of the Year went to to the incredible Tamara Taylor. Taylor earned her 102nd cap in

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