Grainger’s Next Act

June 2, 2017

Dame Katharine Grainger has been named the new chair of UK Sport, the government funding body that invests National Lottery income into British Olympic and Paralympic sport.


Rowing Bridges the Gaps

June 1, 2017

The legacy of the Windermere Cup is an example of the power of sport to connect people across time and space.


How to Be Good

May 30, 2017

Kevin Sauer has taken the Virginia women from club to varsity to the top of collegiate rowing. His approach? Work hard.


True North

May 29, 2017

When I was approached earlier this year to write an article about the direction of Rowing Canada post-Rio, I said yes without hesitation. How could I turn down the chance to write about the sport


Van Blom Remembered

May 27, 2017

The city of Long Beach has dedicated a bridge at Jack Nichol Park to local sculling great Joan Lind Van Blom, a two-time Olympic silver medalist who died in 2015 after battling a rare and aggressive


April Race Reports

May 26, 2017

2017 San Diego Crew Classic .665 seconds. That was the margin between the Yale Bulldogs and California Bears April 1 at the 2017 San Diego Crew Classic in the men’s varsity eight Copley Cup heats.