US Rowing's "Freedom Rows" project, which provides adaptive opportunities in the sport for disabled veterans and members of the armed forces, has received a cash boost of $250,000 (£193,000/€223,000).
Great Britain won three of the four medal races held as rowing finals began at the Rio 2016 Paralympics today.
The five athletes nominated to represent Canada in rowing at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games have been announced.
Itaken Timoi Kipelian of Kenya believes competing in the rowing event at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games will help improve the profile of the sport in his country.
Reigning mixed coxed four world champions named in British rowing team for Rio 2016 Paralympic Games
Reigning world champions Grace Clough, Daniel Brown, Pamela Relph, James Fox and cox Oliver James have been named in the British Paralympic Association’s (BPA) rowing team for this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Britain’s Rachel Morris achieved the world best time in the Para women’s single sculls competition to earn gold at the World Rowing Cup in Poznan.
World Rowing announce significant increase in countries attempting to earn qualification for Paralympics
World Rowing has announced an increase of 28 per cent in the number of Member Federations which tried to qualify for this year's Paralympic Games in Rio de Janeiro compared with the previous edition at London 2012.
Eight Para-rowing berths for Rio 2016 have been announced by the International Rowing Federation (FISA) after a decision by the International Paralympic Committee’s (IPC) Bipartite Commission regarding invitations for nations.
China claimed four spots at Rio 2016 as the World Rowing Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta in Gavirate in Italy came to a close today.
China, Hungary, Mexico and Russia all secured their places in the final of the women’s single sculls event at the World Rowing Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta in Gavirate in Italy today.
World silver medallist Rachel Morris topped the rankings at GB Rowing Team’s Para-rowing assessment trials as the road to Rio 2016 begun.
Last year's World Rowing Para-rowing Crew of the Year Erik Horrie of Australia has been nominated for the 2015 award after he maintained his unbeaten run which stretches back to his silver medal at London 2012.
Para-rowers from Great Britain have been getting an early feel for conditions in Rio ahead of next summer's Paralympics in the Brazilian city.
Horrie earns hat-trick of men's single sculls titles at World Para Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette
Australia’s Erik Horrie provided a masterfully judged display to earn a hat-trick of titles in the men’s single sculls (ASM1x) category at the World Para Rowing Championships on Lake Aiguebelette in France.
Great Britain's Rachel Morris qualified for the Rio Paralympics 18 weeks after undergoing surgery at the World Para Rowing Championships in France today.