Source: Igor Meijer FISA

New World Champions crowned in Plovdiv

The 2018 World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv, Bulgaria saw new World Champions crowned from across the continents with 28 countries overall taking home medals. In a week of late summer warm weather and fast rowing conditions, the United States won the most number of medals with a total of ten, three of them gold. This

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Source: UIPM

French, Muir and Summers through to World Championships final

Kate French, Joanna Muir and Francesca Summers all qualified for the women’s final at the 2018 World Championships, ensuring Pentathlon GB would have team representation in the last 36 on Wednesday. It was a serene day for both current European silver medallist French and 2014 Youth Olympic Games silver medallist Summers with impressive fencing performances

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Source: Detlev Seyb/MyRowingPhoto.com

Plovdiv ready to welcome rowers to the 2018 World Rowing Championships

The entries are in for rowing’s most important event of the rowing year, the 2018 World Rowing Championships to be hosted in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The World Rowing Federation, FISA, is pleased to announce that over 900 athletes from 62 nations will be competing. The regatta will take place in Plovdiv’s Maritza River Water Sports Centre

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Source: Pentathlon GB

Fantastic French finishes 6th

Kate French produced another fantastic display to continue her sublime season with a 6th place finish at the World Championships in Egypt today. The result, French’s best ever result at a World Championships, came in stifling conditions near the Egyptian capital and culminates a brilliant 12-month-period which started with a 5th place finish at last

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