Source: World Rowing

World Rowing Cup Season wrapped up in Lucerne

The 2017 World Rowing Cup season wrapped up in one of rowing’s favourite locations, the Rotsee in Lucerne, Switzerland. This is the final World Rowing regatta before the all-important World Rowing Championships and it saw rowers aim to establish their position on the world level. Unrivalled at this regatta was New Zealand who won gold

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Source: Team GB

Katherine Grainger wins rowing’s most prestigious award

Rowing’s most prestigious award, the Thomas Keller Medal for an Outstanding Career in Rowing is to be awarded to Katherine Grainger of Great Britain (pictured above with rowing partner Vicky Thornley). Grainger is Great Britain’s most accomplished female Olympic rower with five Olympic medals from five consecutive Olympic Games. These medals include gold at the

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Source: Dan Harris

University of Bath students to make history at Henley Royal Regatta

Four crews will represent the University of Bath at the 2017 Henley Royal Regatta this week, including its first-ever women’s crew to qualify for the world-famous event. Management Masters student Steph Clutterbuck and Laura Macro, who studies Sports & Exercise Science, successfully came through the qualification regatta to take their place in The Women’s Double

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Source: Lewis Todd

Historic Henley title and two World Cup medals

A historic gold medal at the Henley Women’s Regatta and two silvers at the Poznan World Cup in Poland added up to an excellent weekend for past and present members of the GB Rowing Team Start programme at the University of Bath. Steph Clutterbuck and Laura Macro, who study Management and Sports & Exercise Science

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Source: World Rowing

World Rowing Cup racing continues in Poznan

The 2017 World Rowing Cup series heads to Poznan, Poland for the second of three regattas in the series. Almost 500 athletes will compete from 39 countries with several countries, including Australia, China and New Zealand, arriving on the international scene for the first time this season. The event will be staged from 16-18 June

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Source: FISA Igor Meijer

Top European rowers head to Racice

More than 500 top European rowers head to Racice, near Prague, in the Czech Republic to vie for the title of European Champion at the 2017 European Rowing Championships from 26-28 May 2017. Teams from 34 nations have entered and, in particular, the Netherlands and Great Britain are sending large teams of 45 athletes each

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