Entries announced for 2014 World Rowing Under 23 Championships
On the third day of racing at the World Rowing Cup III in Lucerne, Switzerland, the Russian men's eight took silver ahead of World Champion crew, Great Britain. This Russian resurgence in the eight first came to light when they took silver at the European Rowing Championships last month.
The Vienna Nightrow, an eights sprint regatta, at night, took place for the fourth time.
The final in the World Rowing Cup series in Lucerne, Switzerland had a hot day of racing for finals despite the overcast weather. A full day of racing began with hosts Switzerland dominating the lightweight men's pair and single and closed with FISA's new president, Jean-Christophe Rolland handing out medals to the medallists in the men's eight- Germany, Russia and Great Britain.
In between there was drama in the men's single sculls with World Champion, Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic stopping just before the line and New Zealand's lightweight men's four beating World Champions, Denmark. The lightweight women's double sculls ended in gold for Great Britain and the women's eight was all about Canada.
London Rowing Club (GBR) is looking for a chief coach
Director of Rowing wanted at Bedford Modern School, Great Britain
British Rowing has announced their squad for the World Rowing Championships
National coach wanted, Olympic projects, Switzerland.
2014 World Rowing Masters Regatta in Australia, entries due by 17 August.
Rowing Australia has coaching jobs available.