Japan’s Chiaki Tomita and Ayami Oishi secured direct qualification to the lightweight women’s double sculls final at the Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic qualifier in Tokyo.
The Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic Continental Qualification Regatta is to proceed as planned in May after World Rowing received assurances that athletes will be allowed to enter Japan to take part.
USRowing has appointed Ellen Minzner as its full-time director of Para high performance.
The Americas rowing qualifier for Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games is set to get underway in Brazilian city Rio de Janeiro.
World Rowing has pushed back the Final Paralympic Qualification Regatta for Tokyo 2020 by a month in a bid to ensure the event can take place.
New dates in March have been identified for the Americas Olympic and Paralympic Continental Qualification Regatta in Rio de Janeiro.
Stratford-upon-Avon Boat Club has been named the first Parasport Club of the Year, winning the British award after a public vote was held between 11 monthly winners.
British Rowing has hit back at Paralympic champion Rachel Morris’ claims the sport had become a "eating disorder factory" due to the amount of athletes trying to meet weight categories for races.
Roman Polianskyi has added a European Rowing Championships title to his Paralympic and world crowns with victory in Polish city Poznan.
Poznan’s hosting of the European Rowing Championships will see Para-rowing competition will return after a six-month stoppage due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Rio 2016 Paralympic gold medallist and four-time world champion Grace Clough has announced her retirement from rowing.
Rowing Ireland has announced it is seeking a male athlete to attempt to qualify a boat for the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games.
Rowing Australia has announced the launch of a new Para-rowing pathway programme titled "#Passport2Paris", as the national governing body aims to introduce new athletes to the sport.
Members of the French Para-rowing team have been able to train together this month for the first time since the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Paralympic and world champion Lauren Rowles broke her own world indoor rowing record at the British Rowing Virtual Championships.