New Zealand topped the medals table as the third World Rowing Cup drew to a close in Lucerne to round off the series.
Germany's Marie-Louise Draeger triumphed in the women's lightweight single sculls final at the World Rowing Cup in Lucerne.
New Zealand’s Grace Prendergast and Kerri Gowler cruised through to the final of the women’s pair competition at the World Rowing Cup in Lucerne.
Switzerland's singles sculls world champion Jeannine Gmelin will renew her rivalry with Austrian Magdalena Lobnig on home water at the World Rowing Cup in Lucerne, which begins tomorrow.
The highest award in rowing, the Thomas Keller Medal, has been awarded to both Eric Murray and Hamish Bond from New Zealand.
The 2019 World Rowing Under-23 Championships will be held in the United States in Sarasota-Bradenton in Florida, US Rowing have announced.
Former rower and International Olympic Committee (IOC) Athletes' Commission member Roland Baar has died in a car crash aged 53, it has been announced today.
Reigning world champions Australia produced a dominant performance to secure the gold medal in the men's four as the World Rowing Cup event concluded in Linz today.
Reigning world champions Italy maintained their bragging rights in the lightweight men's quad final at stage two of the 2018 World Rowing Cup in Linz-Ottensheim in Austria, as they held off a strong German boat to earn gold.
Two-time reigning Olympic champion Mahé Drysdale marked his return to international racing today by winning his men’s single sculls heat at the second stage of the 2018 World Rowing Cup in Linz-Ottensheim in Austria.
Linz-Ottensheim in Austria is ready to host the second stage of the 2018 World Rowing Cup, a competition doubling as a test event for next year's World Rowing Championships.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) have announced their six finalists for the Thomas Keller medal.
Three-time Olympic medallist Synek claims men's single sculls title on final day of World Rowing Cup
Ondřej Synek of Czech Republic emerged triumphant in the men's single sculls final on the last day of action at the World Rowing Cup in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
Germany’s Jason Osborne led the field by a considerable distance to ensure he won the men’s single sculls title at the World Rowing Cup in the Serbian capital Belgrade.
Great Britain were among the heat winners in the men’s quadruple sculls to qualify directly for the final on the opening day of the World Rowing Cup in Belgrade.