British Rowing has said it is "incredibly disappointed" after two of its athletes were handed two-year suspensions for doping violations.
Alex Gregory and Heather Stanning have been named as the Olympic Athletes of the Year at GB Rowing’s annual dinner at Twickenham Stadium.
British pair Helen Glover and Heather Stanning have been named as the World Rowing Female Crew of the Year by the sport’s governing body to cap off another remarkable year for the reigning Olympic and world champions.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has said it is "pleased" with the results of a health survey from August’s Junior World Championships in Rio de Janeiro, which is said to show that incidences of illness were much lower than previous years.
Returning London 2012 champions Andy Triggs Hodge and Anna Watkins had a serious reality check today as GB Rowing got its Rio 2016 programme underway with 5 kilometre trials in Boston, Lincolnshire.
The International Rowing Federation (FISA) has announced the finalists for its prestigious World Rowing Awards, with Great Britain’s Helen Glover and Heather Stanning bidding to round off another successful campaign by being crowned Female Crew of the Year.
The Rio 2016 ambitions of returning London 2012 champions Andy Triggs Hodge and Anna Watkins will be rigorously tested this weekend as they make their competitive returns after one and three years respectively at the British Rowing trials in Boston, Lincolnshire.
Britain’s Helen Glover has surged to the summit of the World Rowing Top 10 rankings for 2015 after another dominant season which saw her retain her status as an Olympic, world and European champion alongside partner Heather Stanning.
Cambridge University student Kirsten Van Fossen has been announced as the 2015 winner of the Parmigiani Spirit Award, the annual accolade handed out by the watchmaker in conjunction with the International Rowing Federation (FISA).
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) have opened public nominations for their annual awards, giving fans the opportunity to have their say on who has put in outstanding performances this year.
Linz-Ottensheim in Austria was today officially awarded the 2019 World Rowing Championships, beating its only rival, Germany's Hamburg.
Jean-Christophe Rolland, France’s President of the International Rowing Federation (FISA), insisted at the close of the World Rowing Championships in his home country that the much-criticised water at the Rio 2016 venue was safe for rowers to compete on.
Britain’s flagship men’s eight provided a thunderous finale to the World Rowing Championships on Lake Aiguebelette as it kept Germany’s Olympic champions at bay all the way down the course to earn a third consecutive title by 0.18sec., watched by, among others, the International Olympic Committee (IOC) President Thomas Bach.
The home crowd at Lake Aiguebelette came alive today as France’s Jeremie Azou and Stany Delayre earned the second gold of this year’s World Rowing Championships for the host nation.
First gold for French hosts at World Rowing Championships as Grainger and Thornley book Rio 2016 slot
Lightweight finals day at the World Rowing Championships on Lake Aiguebelette in France saw the hosts earn a first gold following a dramatic finish to the lightweight men’s quadruple sculls.