Croatia will be hoping to make a big impact in the men’s racing as the 2019 international rowing season starts in Plovdiv in Bulgaria tomorrow with the first World Rowing Cup.
Belgrade, Poznan and Trakai are vying to host the 2023 World Rowing Championships as the sport’s governing body confirmed bidders for a series of events.
Paris has added another event to its hosting portfolio in the build-up to the 2024 Olympic and Paralympic Games after the French capital was awarded the World Indoor Rowing Championships.
The Executive Committee of World Rowing has agreed to allow joint crews from North and South Korea to try to qualify for Tokyo 2020 in a number of events.
Copenhagen is set to host the European Rowing Indoor Championships with over 1,000 athletes due to compete in the Danish capital.
World Rowing has announced the finalists for the 2018 Filippi Spirit Award, given to university student rowers for their commitment to the governing body's core values.
Germany's men's eight rowing team could be set to win the men's crew of the year prize for the second successive year after being nominated for the 2018 World Rowing Awards.
Nominations are open for the 2018 World Rowing awards, with prizes up for grabs in eight categories.
Germany and Italy each picked up two gold medals today on the opening day of finals at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv in Bulgaria.
European champion Michael Schmid progressed to the final of the men’s lightweight single sculls as the World Rowing Championships continued in Bulgaria.
Reigning champions Germany secured a direct route to the men’s eight final at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria.
The World Rowing Championships began today in Plovdiv in Bulgaria with heats taking place across multiple events, including the lightweight men's single sculls, men's pair and lightweight women's double sculls.
Plovdiv is poised to host the World Rowing Championships with action set to take place over the next seven days.
Italy won gold in the first edition of the junior women’s coxed four at the World Rowing Junior Championships today in Racice in the Czech Republic, on a mild and relatively still day on the water.
Australia’s Cormac Kennedy-Leverett has qualified fastest for the men’s single sculls final at the World Rowing Junior Championships in Račice in the Czech Republic today, with a junior world best time.