An Opening Ceremony marked the completion of Sea Forest Waterway, the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games venue for rowing and canoeing events.
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.
London 2012 Olympic gold medallist Sizwe Ndlovu oversaw a rowing coaching course and training camp held by Malawi's Olympic Committee.
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.
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The bidding business for sports events has been in a state of flux for some years now.
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.
New Zealand's double Olympic champion Hamish Bond has announced a return to rowing after switching from the sport to cycling.
The unusual weather patterns experienced by parts of California in recent years have taken their toll on the 1984 Olympic rowing venue.
The Executive Committee of World Rowing has agreed to allow joint crews from North and South Korea to try to qualify for Tokyo 2020 in a number of events.
The rowing competition at the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games in Los Angeles may be switched to the Long Beach Marine Stadium, which hosted the sport at the 1932 Games in the Californian city.
Sverri Nielsen earned a gold medal at the European Rowing Indoor Championships in Copenhagen.
Copenhagen is set to host the European Rowing Indoor Championships with over 1,000 athletes due to compete in the Danish capital.
Next year the Universiade will head to both Krasnoyarsk and Naples to celebrate the 60th anniversary of a worldwide event under the control of the International University Sport Federation (FISU). But 2019 will also mark 150 years since a race which could be said to have launched international student competition.