USRowing is hoping to further increase participation in its sport as it prepares to hold its 14th annual National Learn to Row Day at rowing clubs across the country on June 6.
Shimano will be the official results and live streaming sponsor of the 2015 USRowing Masters National Championships among other events over the next year, USRowing have announced.
Four cities are bidding to host the 2019 World Rowing Championships, it has been announced.
Christopher Davidge, triple rowing Olympian and British Chef de Mission at Montreal 1976, dies aged 85
Christopher Davidge, who rowed for Britain in three successive Olympics from 1952 and led the team into the 1976 Montreal Games Opening Ceremony as Chef de Mission, has died aged 85.
Germany's student rowing star Franz Gravenhorst has received the second Parmigiani Spirit Award at a ceremony in Zurich.
New Zealand's dominance has been reflected in this year's World Rowing Awards, with top prizes going to its invincible pairing of Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, and to its single sculler Emma Twigg.
Katherine Grainger, Britain's most successful female Olympic rower, is set to race competitively in the UK later this month for the first time since winning London 2012 gold.
British Rowing has announced the appointment of Andy Parkinson as its new chief executive, with effect from January 2015.
Olympic champion Katherine Grainger has officially opened the Fulham Reach Boat Club in London, a new club aiming to "bust the myth" rowing is only for the elite.
International Olympic Committee vice-president John Coates has retired from his position as the Oceania representative on the ruling Council of World Rowing (FISA), it was announced today.
The finalists for the World Rowing Awards have been revealed after a public vote whittled down the contenders.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has extended its partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) until 2019 to promote clean water.
World Rowing and partner Parmigiani Fleurier, a Swiss brand of luxury watchmakers, have confirmed the four finalists for the 2014 Parmigiani Spirit Award.
Katherine Grainger, Britain's multiple Olympic and world rowing medallist, is making what could be a comeback for Rio 2016 after a two-year break from the sport.
A new boat club has been established in London in an effort to dispel the myth that rowing is just for the elite and give local state schools and the community the opportunity to enjoy one of Great Britain's most successful Olympic sports.