Tanner Takes a Bow

February 3, 2018

Sir David Tanner, arguably the most successful high-performance director in international rowing, is calling it a career. The longtime British Rowing performance director announced late last year that he would be ending his 21-year tenure


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


A Way Forward

May 18, 2017

USRowing offers a blueprint for Tokyo success.


May Racing Calendar

May 7, 2017

May 5-7 World Cup 1 Belgrade  A host high-profile retirements, together with a number of big names pressing the pause button, means anything can happen at the first World Rowing Cup of this post-Olympic year.


Balance is Beautiful

April 27, 2017

Switching from sweep rowing to sculling doesn’t need to be intimidating.


McGee Out at USRowing

April 23, 2017

The medal-free performance of the U.S. men in Rio has claimed its first casualty on the coaching side.


From Boat to Bike

April 20, 2017

Most athletes take the post-Olympic year off from competition to train at a more leisurely pace. Not Hamish Bond.


A Deal Down Under

April 19, 2017

What do Rowing Australia and Manchester United have in common?


Brambell Tapped for VP

April 18, 2017

Rowing Canada has tapped veteran Canadian lightweight Iain Brambell as its new high-performance director. The three-time Olympian and Beijing bronze medalist in the lightweight men’s four succeeds Peter Cookson, who now serves as director of