Italy's five-time World Championship rowing medallist Niccolò Mornati has been suspended and faces missing the Rio 2016 Olympic Games after testing positive for a banned drug normally used for treating breast cancer, it has been announced.
The uniform which will be worn by American rowers at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games has been unveiled by custom apparel manufacturers Boathouse Sports.
South Koreans secure Rio 2016 places with single sculls success at Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta
Home favourites Kim Dong-Yong and Kim Yeji secured their places at Rio 2016 after winning the men’s and women’s single sculls A finals at the International Rowing Federation (FISA) Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta in Chungju in South Korea.
Indonesia, Kazakhstan and South Korea qualify for single sculls finals at Olympic Qualification Regatta
Indonesia, Kazakhstan and hosts South Korea booked their places in both the men’s and women’s single sculls finals at the International Rowing Federation (FISA) Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta in Chungju.
Home favourite Kim Dong-Yong starts strongly at FISA Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta
South Korea’s Kim Dong-Yong led from start to finish to win his men’s single sculls and advance directly to the semi-final stage of the competition at the International Rowing Federation (FISA) Asian and Oceania Olympic Qualification Regatta in Chungju.
The Netherlands enjoyed an impressive start to the World Rowing Cup series after earning men’s and women’s eights gold in Varese.
Slovenia's Rajko Hrvat claimed gold in the men’s lightweight single sculls on the second day of the World Rowing Cup series in Varese.
Two-time world champions Valent and Martin Sinković impressed on the opening day of the World Rowing Cup series in Varese to advance to the men's double sculls final on Sunday (April 17).
The opening World Rowing regatta of the 2016 season is set to begin tomorrow in the Italian city of Varese, where 528 rowers from 46 countries will be in action.
The International Rowing Federation (FISA) has hailed a "large increase" in viewing figures for its events both on television and via video streaming in 2015.
Changes to rowing’s programme at future Olympic Games have been proposed after a National Federations’ Conference in London - which could involve the axing of events such as the men's coxless four.
Olympic silver medal winning rower Sarah Tait of Australia has died aged 33 after losing her battle with cancer.
Olympic silver medallist Jaime Fernandez has been appointed as team leader of the Australian rowing team for the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, while Chris O’Brien has been chosen as head coach.
Four positions have been filled on the Board of Directors at USRowing following elections.
Legendary coach Dick Tonks has cut his ties with Rowing New Zealand after the national governing body questioned his link with a crew from China.