Belarusian Para-rower Dzmitry Ryshkevich has died at the age of 33 after he capsized during a training session at the World Championships in Linz-Ottensheim in Austria.
Australia topped both the points and medal table in Europe for the first time as they won a maiden World Rowing Cup of the season in Poznań.
The first American training centre for rowers with disabilities in the United States, the USRowing Para Training Center-Boston, has opened in association with Community Rowing, Inc. (CRI).
British double Paralympic gold medallist shows versatility by reaching World Championships in new sport
Great Britain’s double Paralympic gold medallist Rachel Morris has shown her incredible versatility once again, qualifying for the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships having already won Paralympic medals in two other sports.
The International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) has launched an online indoor rowing competition to attract more athletes from around the world.
Rowing Australia have announced that Para-athletes are now eligible to receive the same performance based funding as their able-bodied counterparts.
Para-athlete Victoria Aggar, the chair of the British Athletes' Commission and a double world rowing champion, has been given an honorary degree by her former university Leeds Beckett.
Britain have named a squad full of Paralympic winners for the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv in September.
Ukraine's Paralympic champion Roman Polianskyi secured his second PR1 men's single sculls title in two days on the final day of action at the Para Rowing International Regatta in Gavirate in Italy.
Ukrainian Paralympic champion Roman Polianskyi kept up his form from qualification to claim gold in the PR1 men's single schulls competition on day two of the Para Rowing International Regatta in Gavirate in Italy.
Ukraine's reigning Paralympic champion Roman Polianskyi was among heat winners before weather intervened today at the Para Rowing International Regatta in Gavirate in Italy.
Gavirate in Italy will host the first Para Rowing International Regatta of the season, starting tomorrow.
USRowing has received an adaptive sports grant of $250,000 (£191,000/€215,000) from the United States Department of Veteran Affairs (VA) to support the Freedom Rows programme, which assists veterans and armed forces members with disabilities.
Great Britain's Rio 2016 mixed four Paralympic champions claimed gold at the first event of the 2017 Para rowing season in Gavirate in Italy today.
The 2017 Para rowing season is due to begin tomorrow in Gavirate in Italy, where the first major international regatta will take place.