Martin outraced at Croatia Open

The 31st international rowing regatta the Croatia Open took place at Jarun Lake in Zagreb, Croatia.

Thomas Keller Medal 2014 short list announced

The finalists for the 2014 Thomas Keller Medal have been decided. They are Iztok Cop, Caroline and Georgina Evers-Swindell, Drew Ginn and Katherine Grainger (in alphabetical order).

Nominations open for 2014 Parmigiani Spirit Award

The World Rowing Federation, FISA, has opened the nomination process for the 2014 Parmigiani Spirit Award for university rowers who have demonstrated the core values of rowing in his/her social, academic and sporting life. 

Future World Rowing Cup regattas confirmed

The World Rowing Federation, FISA Council is pleased to announce the confirmed World Rowing Cup venues for 2015 and 2016.

Big Boat Race win for Oxford

Oxford University has won the 160th BNY Mellon Boat Race after beating Cambridge University by 11 lengths in London, Great Britain.  This was the biggest winning margin for more than 40 years.

Testing begins for German hopefuls

Testing on the indoor rowing machine and 6000m time trials made up the menu for the German national team hopefuls at their season trials opener in Leipzig, Germany.

Finals time confirmed for 2014 World Rowing Championships

The World Rowing Federation, FISA, has confirmed the timing of racing for the finals at the 2014 World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.

New council and commission members at FISA

Two new appointments have been made by the World Rowing Federation, FISA. Jacomine Ravensbergen has been appointed as the new chair of the FISA Women's Commission and Takao Senda joins the FISA Umpiring Commission.

Vietnam aims high in rowing

Racing in the A-final of the lightweight men's single sculls at the World Rowing Cup I in Sydney (AUS) was Llnh Nguyen Van of Vietnam. For a Vietnamese this achievement is remarkable.

End of era for Women's Boat Race

The last ever Oxford vs Cambridge University Women’s Boat Race to be rowed at Henley in Great Britain has been won by Oxford University for the second successive year.