NZ Rowing Eight Secures Olympic Berth

While uncertainty over the Olympic Games in Tokyo continues to rise, New Zealand’s rowing eight is officially off to Japan and, hopefully, an Olympic medal too. The rowing hopefuls on Sunday evening (NZ time), while only needing a place among the top two from a field of four in the ….

NZ Males Rowing Team May Miss Tokyo

New Zealand’s women’s eight are flourishing at the rowing world championships, but their male counterparts are in risk of losing the Olympics in Tokyo. After comfortably winning their heats in Linz, Austria, the women’s eight, featuring Ella Greenslade, Emma Dyke, Lucy Spoors, Kelsey Bevan, Grace Prendergast, Kerri Gowler, Beth Ross, ….

Canadian Crews Win Heats At Plovdiv

Two Canadian crews have won heats during the second day of the 2018 World Rowing Championships that are being held at Plovdiv, Bulgaria. Gabrielle Smith of Unionville, and Andrea Proske of Victoria both won their respective heats in the women’s double sculls. Carling Zeeman of Cambridge, Ontario, came first in ….

2018 World Rowing Championships Underway

The entries for this year’s World Rowing Championships are in, and the World Rowing Federation, FISA, has announced that over 900 athletes from 62 countries will be taking part in the event, which is taking place in Plovdiv, Bulgaria. The teams will fight it out in Plovdiv’s Maritza River Water ….

Serbia Set To Host Para Rowing World Cup

The Para Rowing World Cup is set to take place in June, and Serbia will be the host for the event, which will see competitions for the races take place in four different classes. Right now, the most hotly contested classes are the ones involved in the PR1M1x men’s singles. ….