Laurence Whiteley and Lauren Rowles secured a Rio 2016 Paralympic quota place for Great Britain today after winning their repechage at the World Championships in Aiguebelette.
Israel's Samuel gunning for AS Para-single sculls gold at World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette
Israel's Moran Samuel made a winning start at the 2015 World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France, as he begun his bid to go one better than the silver medal she won in the arms and shoulders (AS) Para-women's single sculls last year.
Swift International to provide boats for four USRowing Para-rowing crews at 2015 World Championships
Water sport boat makers Swift International Ltd have become the official supplier to four Para-rowing crews due to compete for the United States at the 2015 International Rowing Federation (FISA) World Rowing Championships, in Aiguebelette, France.
USRowing has launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $15,000 (£10,000/€14,000) in 60 days for Freedom Rows, a programme designed to change the lives of disabled veterans and members of the armed services through rowing.
Great Britain’s mixed coxed four team broke their own world record for the second time in two days as they won gold at the Para-rowing World Cup in Varese, Italy.
Great Britain set a world record time to win their mixed coxed four heat at the Para-rowing World Cup in Varese and secure their place in the final on Saturday (June 20).
Great Britain produced a dominant performance by claiming six gold medals at the International Para-Rowing Regatta in Gavirate, Italy.
Australia’s Para-Rowing world champions Kathryn Ross and Gavin Bellis have been named as the 2014 Female and Male Rowers of the Year respectively by Rowing Australia.
Canadian Para-rowers Curtis Halladay and Cameron Sinclair have broken world records at the Canadian Indoor Rowing Championships in Mississauga, Ontario.
The Russian Paralympic Committee have announced that several of their athletes have attended a training camp in the Crimean city of Yevpatoria to assist local Paralympians and Deaflympians with their training.
Australian rower Erik Horrie has been named as World Rowing's Para-Crew of the Year for 2014.
Australia took the lion's share of the medals as the Para-rowing events held their finals at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, taking two golds - through Erik Horrie in the Arms and Shoulders (AS) men's single sculls and Gavin Bellis and Kathryn Ross in the Trunk and Arms (TA) mixed double sculls.
Germany's Johannes Schmidt won the B final of the Arms and Shoulders (AS) men's single sculls at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam today.
In a thrilling finish to the TA mixed double sculls repechage on the third day of racing at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Brazilian Para-rowing pairing of Josiane Lima and Michel Gomes Pessanha finished just a second ahead of Israel's Reuven Magnagey and Yuliya Cnernoy in a time of 4min 49.27sec, with both qualifying for the A final.
Para-rowers making their first appearance at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam did not have to contend with the gusty conditions which all but turned the opening day into one of time trials rather than six-lane racing - and Great Britain's former Paralympic champion Tom Aggar took full advantage.