British rower and former lightweight quad sculls world champion Ellie Piggott has announced her retirement after an 11-year international career.
World Rowing has postponed the Americas Continental Olympic and Paralympic Qualification Regatta for Tokyo 2020 over coronavirus concerns.
The Russian Rowing Federation (FGSR) Presidential election has been postponed indefinitely after the organisation decided it was "impossible" to stage a secret ballot in a hybrid format.
Guillermo Pfaab has been appointed as the technical director of the El Salvador Olympic Committee (ESNOC).
World Rowing President Jean-Christophe Rolland believes a lack of female decision-makers "damages" the organisation's reputation for "good governance" – and he insisted: "We have to act."
World Rowing has announced the dates of three of the five continental qualifiers for the 2021 World Rowing Indoor Championships (WRICH).
The Netherlands, Italy and Ukraine have all reported positive coronavirus test results following the recent European Rowing Championships in Poznan.
The Netherlands topped the medals table at the European Rowing Championships with seven golds on an impressive final day in Polish city Poznan.
British Rowing has extended its partnership with analytics firm SAS through the postponed Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games next year.
Martin and Valent Sinković remain in contention to defend their men’s pairs title after reaching the final at the European Rowing Championships in Polish city Poznan.
Reigning world champion Oliver Zeidler was forced to go through the repechage in the men’s single sculls competition on the first day of the European Rowing Championships in Poznan.
More than 570 rowers from 31 nations are set to compete at this weekend's 2020 European Rowing Championships in Poznan in Poland.
World Rowing has started preparations for its Ordinary and Extraordinary Congresses which are set to be held virtually due to the coronavirus pandemic.
World Rowing facing "challenging" financial situation, but "on target" for $4 million permanent reserve at end of 2020
The financial situation facing World Rowing (FISA) is becoming "more and more challenging", according to treasurer Gerritjan Eggenkamp, as the governing body released accounts showing that it made an operational loss of CHF345,270 (£289,384/$380,406/€321,430) in 2019.
Plans to stage a European Rowing Coastal Challenge in Italy in October have been announced.