News

Pulling a Fast One

May 23, 2017

In a heartfelt post on social media,  Norway’s Olaf Tufte announced that after more than two decades on the international stage, the six-time Olympian was “pulling in the oars” for good, together with doubles partner

News

Buffalo Drops Rowing

May 22, 2017

The University of Buffalo has announced it will eliminate four sports, including women’s rowing, at the end of the academic year in a bid to dramatically reduce athletic department spending. The move, which also eliminates

News

Adrian Adds Rowing

May 21, 2017

In late March, Michigan’s Adrian College announced it was adding men’s and women’s rowing to its growing roster of sports, making the private liberal arts college the first NCAA Division III program in the state to offer women’s rowing.

News

On the Keller Shortlist

May 20, 2017

Still not convinced rowing has work to do when it comes to universality? Consider this year’s shortlist for FISA’s Thomas Keller Award. All six finalists for the annual award, which celebrates athletes who have had

News

A Way Forward

May 18, 2017

USRowing offers a blueprint for Tokyo success.

Press Releases

2017 IRA Field Announced

May 17, 2017

BOSTON, Mass. – With the last weekend of National Championship qualifiers in the books the Intercollegiate Rowing Association (IRA) has announced the field for the 2017 IRA National Championship. A total of 35 institutions will

Advice

Going Overboard

May 16, 2017

Warmer temperatures have returned, along with the cold-water risks.

Advice

The Art of the Cold Call

May 13, 2017

The best way to get recruited is to contact college coaches, express your interest, and tell them about yourself. Rowers cannot sit back and wait to be discovered. If you want the college rowing opportunity, then take the initiative and reach out.