The inaugural World Indoor Rowing Championships will be held in Alexandria in the United States from tomorrow with more than 1,500 athletes taking part.
Zimbabwean Olympic rower Micheen Thornycroft has been announced as the winner of the 2017 World Rowing (FISA) Filippi Spirit Award.
British Rowing have launched a new competition entitled Power8 Sprints, which will headline the annual Bristol Harbour Festival on July 22.
World Rowing (FISA) has signed a pledge to protect UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Five rowers have been shortlisted for the 2017 Filippi Spirit Award, which aims to recognise university paddlers who have demonstrated the sport's core values in their social, academic and sporting life.
Marisol Casado, Nenad Lalovic and Jean-Christophe Rolland are the three candidates standing to become the Association of Summer Olympic International Federations (ASOIF) representative on the International Olympic Committee (IOC) Executive Board, it was announced today.
An inaugural World Rowing Indoor Championships is due to take place in Alexandria in Virginia on February 17 and 18, next year it has been announced.
Swiss rower Jeannine Gmelin, South African Kirsten McCann and crews from all over Europe, South Africa and Australia are in line for World Rowing's prestigious 2017 awards.
Brothers Paul and Gary O'Donovan, who won gold medals in lightweight double sculls at the 2016 European Rowing Championships in Brandenburg, Germany, and silver in the Rio Olympics, have been honoured by Irish President Michael D Higgins at an official reception.
Great Britain Rowing have launched, for the first time, an official retail range of replica kits allowing fans to look the part and show their support for the GB Rowing Team.
Hosts Tunisia claimed two senior gold medals on the final day of action at the African Rowing Championships in Tunis.
Algeria has dominated the opening day of finals at the African Rowing Championships in Tunis today.
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.