Rowers from Great Britain and Switzerland enjoyed an emphatic final day at the opening World Rowing Cup stage of the season in Belgrade, winning six gold medals between them.
Croatia's Rio 2016 Olympic silver medallist Damir Martin successfully made it through to the final of the men's single sculls event on day two of the first World Rowing Cup of the season in Belgrade.
Olympic champions Great Britain were the top qualifiers in the men's coxless four on a disrupted opening day of the first 2017 World Rowing Cup stage of the season in Belgrade.
The 2017 World Rowing Cup series is set to start in the Serbian capital of Belgrade tomorrow with a host of Rio 2016 Olympians set to compete.
New Zealand's double Olympic champion Eric Murray has announced his retirement from rowing.
Rowing Olympic gold medallist Dame Katherine Grainger has been appointed to the chairperson role at UK Sport by the country’s Government.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has announced the six finalists in the running for the 2017 Thomas Keller Medal - with all coming from either Great Britain or the United States.
Great Britain’s most decorated female Olympian Dame Katherine Grainger has spoken of her frustration regarding the current doping issues shrouding sport and has said she personally does not know any athletes who would not back calls for a "more effective way" of attempting to tackle the problem.
Eamonn Colclough has defeated Kieran Kerr by one vote in an election to be the new President of Rowing Ireland during an eventful Annual General Meeting in Dublin.
USRowing has announced the addition of four new members to its Board of Directors.
The Russia Rowing Federation (RRF) has referred a list of more than 300 athletes to the sport's world governing body for clearance to compete at international events in 2017.
Norwegian Olympic rower Nils Jakob Hoff, a medical student at the University of Bergen, has won World Rowing’s 2016 Filippi Spirit Award.
Rowing Australia and Aon have today announced a four-year partnership that will see the global risk advisers become major sponsors of the Australian rowing team and the national governing body.
The International Rowing Federation (FISA) has created a policy to ensure that any Russian rower wishing to compete at international events in 2017 may do so as long as they adhere to a "credible and internationally equivalent anti-doping testing regime".
By a vote of 94 to 67, the option for future Olympic boat classes proposed by the International Rowing Federation (FISA) - reducing the number of lightweight events to two - has been passed by delegates at the Extraordinary Congress in Tokyo.