Rowing Australia and Aon have today announced a four-year partnership that will see the global risk advisers become major sponsors of the Australian rowing team and the national governing body.
The International Rowing Federation (FISA) has created a policy to ensure that any Russian rower wishing to compete at international events in 2017 may do so as long as they adhere to a "credible and internationally equivalent anti-doping testing regime".
By a vote of 94 to 67, the option for future Olympic boat classes proposed by the International Rowing Federation (FISA) - reducing the number of lightweight events to two - has been passed by delegates at the Extraordinary Congress in Tokyo.
International Olympic Committee (IOC) member Denis Oswald has warned rowing delegates that voting to increase the number of lightweight events at Tokyo 2020 has been dismissed by IOC President Thomas Bach.
Canada, originally opposed to the proposal by the International Rowing Federation (FISA) over the future shape of Olympic boat classes, has switched to a position of support ahead of this weekend’s crucial vote at an Extraordinary Congress in Tokyo.
Britain’s Olympic gold and silver medallist in the lightweight double sculls, Mark Hunter, believes his sport is being "strangled" by the International Olympic Committee (IOC) as it pushes for changes in boat classes at the Games.
Australia’s Kim Brennan claimed three honours at the 2016 Hancock Prospecting Rower of the Year Awards at the National Arboretum in Canberra.
Terry Dillon has been appointed to replace Donna Atkinson as chief executive of Rowing Canada.
USRowing have announced that chief executive Glenn Merry will step down on April 15.
World Rowing has opened the nomination process for the 2017 Thomas Keller Medal to the general public.
Concept2 will supply the official performance rowing machine of British Rowing, it has been confirmed, while the company will also support the governing body's high performance programme.
Double Olympic gold medallist Alex Gregory has announced his retirement from rowing, more than 12 years after representing Great Britain for the first time.
Britain's three-time Olympic rowing champion Peter Reed has set his sights on competing at Tokyo 2020 after returning to official training.
Andrew Randell has been appointed men’s senior coach at Rowing Australia, where he will be hoping to make the most of his experience of mentoring many crews to World Championship and World Cup successes.
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.