Britain's Olympic silver medallist Victoria Thornley continued her fine transition to single sculling with a heat victory at the World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton in the United States.
Palm trees scattered around the edge of the venue by the departed Hurricane Irma helped distinguish the Florida location of Sarasota-Bradenton, where the 2017 World Rowing Championships got underway today with the first round of heats on the Nathan Benderson Park regatta course.
Jean-Christophe Rolland, President of the World Rowing Federation (FISA), has signalled a potentially bleak future for lightweight rowing at the Olympics.
The most eagerly expected victory at the World Rowing Championships due to get underway at Sarasota-Bradenton in Florida tomorrow would probably be that of the United States women’s eight, unbeaten at this level since 2006.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) and the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) are set to deliver a legacy outreach programme at the 2017 World Rowing Championships in Sarasota-Bradenton.
The nomination process for the 2017 Filippi Spirit Award is now open, the World Rowing Federation (FISA) has announced.
The World Rowing Championships will go ahead as planned in Florida later this month after organisers said Hurricane Irma caused limited damage in the Sarasota-Bradenton area, where the event is due to be staged.
USRowing have announced the appointment of Patrick McNerney as the organisation’s chief executive - a position he is due to officially take up on September 1.
New evidence has emerged of how growth in the International Olympic Committee's (IOC) cash distributions to International Federations (IFs) slowed dramatically in the 2013-2016 quadrennium.
American Clark Dean and Spaniard Esther Briz Zamorani each claimed single scull titles as the World Junior Rowing Championships on Lake Galvė in Lithuanian city Trakai today.
American Clark Dean continued his strong form with the fastest men's single sculls semi-final today at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships on Lake Galvė in Lithuanian city Trakai.
Athletes from United States, Germany, Denmark and South Africa each impressed in winning single sculls quarter-finals today at the World Rowing Junior Championships on Lake Galvė in Lithuanian city Trakai.
The United States’ Clark Dean was the fastest qualifier for the quarter-finals of the men’s singles sculls event as competition got underway today at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships on Lake Galvė in Lithuanian city Trakai.
A total of 742 rowers from 59 countries are set to compete at the 2017 World Rowing Junior Championships, which are scheduled to begin on Lake Galvė in Lithuanian city Trakai tomorrow.