Nathan Benderson Park has been selected as the site for the 2020 United States Olympic and Paralympic rowing team trials, with competition due to take place in April.
Jeannine Gmelin’s hopes of retaining her European single sculls title in front of her home crowd on Lucerne’s Rotsee today were frustrated by Ireland’s world champion Sanita Puspure.
Switzerland’s Jeannine Gmelin, defending the European single sculls title on her home waters of the Rotsee in Lucerne, moved into tomorrow’s concluding day of finals in impressive fashion.
Defending champion Jeannine Gmelin recorded an impressive victory in her women's single sculls heat at the European Rowing Championships in Lucerne.
Jeannine Gmelin of Switzerland will attempt to retain her women's single sculls title in front of a home crowd at the European Rowing Championships in Lucerne.
Sir Steve Redgrave, the high-performance director of China's national rowing team, has revealed the country are hoping to win an Olympic gold next year in Tokyo before achieving further success in the sport at Paris 2024.
Former European champion and World Rowing Championships bronze medallist Alexander Kornilov has been banned for two years by the Russian Anti-Doping Agency (RUSADA).
Martin Mackovic and Milos Vasic of Serbia upset world champions Martin and Valent Sinković to clinch gold in the men's pair as China claimed four victories at the World Rowing Cup in Plovdiv.
European champion Alena Furman of Belarus beat double Olympic medallist Huang Wenyi to clinch the gold medal in the women's lightweight women's single sculls race at the World Rowing Cup in Plovdiv.
Croatia's Martin and Valent Sinković made a promising start to their season as they won the first men's pair heat on the opening day of the World Rowing Cup in Plovdiv.
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.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) is aiming to stage next year’s Olympic regatta in Tokyo without motorboats on the water while crews are racing.
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.
USA Weightlifting, USA Rugby, USA Cheer, USRowing, USA Bobsled and Skeleton and USA Triathlon will host six cross-sport events at universities in the country in an effort to expand their talent pools.
New Zealand's double Olympic champion Hamish Bond has announced a return to rowing after switching from the sport to cycling.