New Zealand Rowing has led the way by being the first country to name their 2014 national squad and the line up is an impressive collection of Olympic medallists and Olympic hopefuls.
An adventure is how Great Britain's James Gunn would describe coaching in the Maldives. Gunn shared his experiences with World Rowing.
Katherine Grainger’s autobiography, Dreams Do Come True (Andre Deutsch LTD, 2013) is not only a great read but also a significant addition to the few titles that feature female rowers.
All eyes were on the men's single sculls final at the 2014 New Zealand National Championships.
With the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi at a close, media, athletes and fans alike have started to talk about athlete retirement and the infamous 'transition.'
The River Po near Turin in Italy has been the venue for the long distance regatta D'Inverno sul Po for the past 31 years. This year a record of 2300 participants competed in this 6000m head race.
A new era for rowing in the United Arab Emirates, UAE has begun with the first ever international rowing regatta taking place.
The inevitable question from a non-rowing, non-erging friend or relative, "so why do you do it?" Ask the 2100 competitors at this year's CRASH-Bs why they endure 2000m of full body pain and you will receive an array of responses.
Rowing has produced great and memorable individuals. The Thomas Keller Medal is World Rowing's opportunity to recognise these people and now is the time to submit your nomination for the 2014 Thomas Keller Medal.
Henrik Stephansen of Denmark topped the 27 other competitors in the most contested event at the 2013 World Rowing Championships in Chungju, Korea and he did it with ruthless finesse.
The sport of Rowing has been included on the International Olympic Committee Executive Board’s list of 25 sports that will be proposed to...