Croatian brothers Martin and Valent Sinkovic are among the Rio 2016 gold medallists who have been named as winners in the 2016 World Rowing Awards honours list announced today.
Britain’s double Olympic rowing gold medallist Heather Stanning has announced her retirement from the sport.
Rowing Australia has announced that Hannah Every-Hall has been elected the new chair of its Athletes’ Commission and as a director of the governing body's Board.
A task force has been established by USRowing to review and analyse their high performance system following the conclusion of the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
A record number of entries have been received for the 2016 World Rowing Coastal Championships with close to 700 athletes from 30 nations expected to compete in Monaco.
Rower Peter Reed, Britain’s three-time Olympic gold medallist, has voiced his anger at the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) following their failure to do more in support of himself and other athletes whose medical records were accessed by Russian hackers Fancy Bears'.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) have agreed a four-year renewal of their partnership with the European Broadcasting Union (EBU), which covers media rights for their premier competitions.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has opened the nomination process for the World Rowing Awards.
Rowing Australia have revealed two new coaches to take charge of both their men's and women's national teams, as part of the country's new look high performance leadership programme.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has opened the nomination process for the 2016 Filippi Spirit Award.
British Rowing "deeply saddened" by death of Ailish Sheehan after fall at World University Championships
British Rowing have stated that they are "deeply saddened" to report the death of rower Ailish Sheehan, following an accident at the World University Championships in Poland.
British Rowing has agreed to become a supporter of the country's Parliamentary Rowing Group, it has been announced.
The 2016 World Rowing Championships in Rotterdam concluded today with junior finals for rowers under 19-years-old.
Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan has won men’s lightweight single sculls gold at the World Rowing Championships in Rotterdam just over two weeks after he helped secure his country’s first-ever Olympic medal in the sport at Rio 2016.
Marieke Keijser claimed a dominant victory in the women’s lightweight single sculls to help The Netherlands finish top of the medal table at the World Rowing Under-23 Championships in Rotterdam.