By Mike RowbottomDecember 4 - Juliette Haigh, New Zealand's London 2012 Olympic rowing bronze medallist and triple world champion, is quitting the sport.
By Mike RowbottomOctober 22 - Britain's rowing prospects for the Rio 2016 Olympics have been strengthened by the announcement that Kat Copeland, who won the Olympic women's lightweight double sculls with Sophie Hosking, will carry on with rowing and target the defence of her title.
By Mike RowbottomOctober 21 – Sir Steve Redgrave (pictured left) will unveil a gold pedestal to celebrate the success of the Olympic and Paralympic rowers at Eton Dorney Lake.
By Mike RowbottomOctober 14 - Britain's Olympic and Paralympic rowers will return to Dorney Lake as part of a one-off event to celebrate the Queen's Diamond Jubilee.
By Mike RowbottomSeptember 28 - Swiss watchmakers Parmigiani Fleurier, official sponsors of tomorrow's 2012 City Sprints rowing regatta at Zurich, have created a new award to encourage university rowers in partnership with World Rowing.
By Mike RowbottomSeptember 28 - The pristine mountain water lake in Bled, Slovenia, will feature centrally in a video highlighting a new environmental section on the World Rowing website.
By Mike RowbottomSeptember 27 - The achievements of the United States Olympic rowing team, including the women's eight London 2012 gold medallists, will be celebrated at the second annual Golden Oars Awards Dinner in New York on November 14, with One Equity Partners returning as presenting sponsor.
By Mike RowbottomSeptember 16 - Hosts Italy finished with the most medals – two golds and four silver – at the European Rowing Championships, in Varese.
By Mike RowbottomSeptember 15 - Mirka Knapkova, the Olympic single sculls gold medallist, will be one of the top rowers taking part in the 2012 Zurich City Sprints regatta on September 29.
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