The African Rowing Championships got underway today at the Tunis Lake International Development Rowing Centre in the Tunisian capital with Zimbabwe, under new coach Micheen Thornycroft, making an early impression.
Olympian Micheen Thornycroft is set to lead the Zimbabwean team for the first time at a major event at the African Rowing Championships in Tunis.
Italy's Simone Martini has won the men's solo final at the World Rowing Coastal Championships on Lake Geneva and in the nearby French town of Thonon.
Last year's podium finishers have all made it through to the final of the men's solo competition at the World Rowing Coastal Championships on Lake Geneva and in the nearby French town of Thonon.
More than 600 rowers from 30 countries will take part in six boat classes at the World Rowing Coastal Championships on Lake Geneva and in the nearby French town of Thonon.
The World Rowing Federation is seeking public nominations for the 2017 World Rowing Awards.
Lightweight men's four dropped as Congress approves FISA plan for World Championships gender equality
Plans to introduce gender equality to the World Rowing Championships - reflecting the process that took place within the Olympic programme in February - were endorsed by 137 votes to six at the International Rowing Federation (FISA) Congress in Sarasota-Bradenton.
Frenchman Jean-Christophe Rolland has been unanimously re-elected President of the World Rowing Federation (FISA) during the governing body's Congress in Sarasota-Bradenton today.
Romania claim women's eight crown as United States winning streak comes to an end at World Rowing Championships
The United States' winning streak in the women's eight came to a dramatic end today as Romania clinched the gold medal at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton.
Delegates at tomorrow's International Rowing Federation (FISA) Congress in Sarasota-Bradenton will be asked to endorse the FISA Council's recommendation that the 2021 World Rowing Championships should go to China for the first time - with Shanghai the only bidders.
Satch returns for Britain, but Australia win first men’s four gold in 26 years at World Rowing Championships
Britain, Olympic champions in the men’s four boat class on the last five occasions, had to settle for a global bronze at today’s World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton despite the return of Rio 2016 eights gold medallist Will Satch, who had to be substituted from the boat due to illness just before the semi-finals.
Ireland - and more specifically the Irish city of Cork - had double cause for celebration at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton today as Paul O'Donovan retained his lightweight men's single sculls title and Mark O’Donovan, who is no relation, and Shane O’Driscoll secured gold in the lightweight men’s pair.
The British men’s four managed to reach the final despite having to make a last-minute medical substitution in today’s racing at the World Rowing Championships, with Ollie Wynne-Griffith coming in to replace the unwell Will Satch.
Ireland's Olympic silver medallist and defending lightweight single sculls world champion Paul O’Donovan was among the heat winners today as action continued at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton.
Historic day at World Rowing Championships sees US women’s eight beaten and first Para-rowing over 2000m
Day three at the World Rowing Championships in Florida proved doubly historic as para-rowers raced over the full 2000 metre distance for the first time at global level and the home women’s eight, unbeaten in world and Olympic competition since 2006, suffered a defeat in the opening heat by New Zealand that may signal the end of an era.