Australia’s Para-Rowing world champions Kathryn Ross and Gavin Bellis have been named as the 2014 Female and Male Rowers of the Year respectively by Rowing Australia.
Canadian Para-rowers Curtis Halladay and Cameron Sinclair have broken world records at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Russian Paralympic Committee have announced that several of their athletes have attended a training camp in the Crimean city of Yevpatoria to assist local Paralympians and Deaflympians with their training.
Australian rower Erik Horrie has been named as World Rowing's Para-Crew of the Year for 2014.
Australia took the lion's share of the medals as the Para-rowing events held their finals at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, taking two golds - through Erik Horrie in the Arms and Shoulders (AS) men's single sculls and Gavin Bellis and Kathryn Ross in the Trunk and Arms (TA) mixed double sculls.
Germany's Johannes Schmidt won the B final of the Arms and Shoulders (AS) men's single sculls at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam today.
In a thrilling finish to the TA mixed double sculls repechage on the third day of racing at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Brazilian Para-rowing pairing of Josiane Lima and Michel Gomes Pessanha finished just a second ahead of Israel's Reuven Magnagey and Yuliya Cnernoy in a time of 4min 49.27sec, with both qualifying for the A final.
Para-rowers making their first appearance at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam did not have to contend with the gusty conditions which all but turned the opening day into one of time trials rather than six-lane racing - and Great Britain's former Paralympic champion Tom Aggar took full advantage.
April 17 - Britain's Paralympic hand-cycling gold medallist Rachel Morris has switched sports and hopes to compete in rowing at Rio 2016.
November 14 - British Paralympic rowing champion Naomi Riches has announced her retirement from the sport, bringing an end to a career in which she says she has "won everything" and is looking forward to "giving something back".
August 28 - Paralympic champion Naomi Riches has won her sixth world title at the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju as part of the British Para-rowing mixed coxed four team that stormed to gold today.
August 27 - A storm forecast in Chungju on Thursday (August 29) has forced organisers of the International Rowing Federation (FISA) World Championships to bring the five Para-rowing finals forward by 24 hours and they will now take place tomorrow.
August 9 - Britain's Tom Aggar, France's Stéphane Tardieu, Ukrainian Alla Lysenko and American Oksana Masters have been named by the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) and World Rowing as the Ones to Watch at this month's World Championships.
July 8 - The Para-rowing crews that will represent the United States at the 2013 International Rowing Federation (FISA) World Rowing Championships in South Korea have been announced.
June 22 - Britain's Tom Aggar, "devastated" at failing to win a medal at the London 2012 Paralympics, laid some of his demons to rest in taking gold in the men's single scull as the London Games course at Eton Dorney hosted the second of this season's Samsung World Rowing Cups.