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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Source: FISA Detlev Seyb

Finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Awards announced

The finalists for the 2016 World Rowing Awards read like a who’s who in the sport of rowing.  The high calibre list has been narrowed down following a public nomination process which closed on 9 October 2016. The public nominations then went to the World Rowing Federation, FISA Council who selected the finalists. Finalists for

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Source: Matchtight

Shield success for Bath University Boat Club

Laetitia Tay and Steph Clutterbuck (pictured above) brought home a trophy as the University of Bath Boat Club produced some impressive performances at the British Rowing Senior Championships in Nottingham over the weekend. Tay and Clutterbuck won the University Shield category in the women’s double scull on Saturday before teaming up with fellow student Laura

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