Best of 2023 – Event of the Year – Honorable Mention

    The 2023 Best Of series features the athletes, events, and moments that mattered in the year in rowing.

    Best of 2023 – Event of the Year – Honorable Mention

    The 2023 Best Of series features the athletes, events, and moments that mattered in the year in rowing.

    Best of 2023 – Club of the Year

    The 2023 Best Of series features the athletes, events, and moments that mattered in the year in rowing. First up — Club of the Year.

    NCAA Proposes Paying DI Athletes

    Yesterday, NCAA president Charlie Baker laid out a plan that would radically reshape the college athletics landscape.


    The Serfs of Rowing

    Assistant coaches work hard, put in long hours, and are essential to a team’s success. Yet their pay is so meager that many can’t buy a house, have children, and enjoy life fully beyond the boathouse.


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    The Importance of a Good Warm-Up

    It doesn’t need to take place in the boat. Try a few calisthenics on land. And don’t forget the warm-down.

    Postponement of the 2025 European Rowing Championships in Belgrade, Serbia

    Due to parliamentary and local elections planned in Serbia towards the end of 2023 – encompassing the Serbian parliament, the Mayor of Belgrade and the Belgrade Assembly – and considering the risk of a delay in the funding and establishment of a Local Organizing Committee for the 2025 European Rowing Championships, World Rowing, European Rowing and the Serbian Rowing Federation have jointly agreed on a postponement of the Event to a later year.

    Texas Rowing wraps successful Waco Rowing Regatta

    The Longhorns raced five boats in the Women’s Collegiate 8+.

    Texas Rowing preview: Waco Rowing Regatta

    The Longhorns are set to compete in UT’s lone fall regatta of the season.


    Back Where You Began

    Welcome to the phenomenon of reversibility, when hard-earned fitness gains vanish once you quit training. That’s why you should keep it up during the winter off-season.

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    San Diego Crew Classic, RegattaCentral Announce Partnership

    The San Diego Crew Classic enters 5 year partnership with RegattaCentral.

    December 2023 Magazine

    The December 2023 issue is here! Subscribe now to access both the print and digital editions of the issue. Don't miss this year's "Best Of" issue including the Top 25 College Programs as ranked by Rowing News.

    Sechser, Koszyk Crowned ‘Head of the Charles’

    The fearless lightweight scullers won the title—and $10,000.

    Youth Quads Prove Popular at ‘The Hooch’

    The “last of the great fall regattas” attracted nearly 2,200 entries.

    Knee and Hand Speed

    More than bruises are at stake when knuckles smash into the knees.

    Making the Most of An ‘Unofficial’ Visit

    Visits are two-way streets. You get to learn about the rowing program, and the coaches get to learn about you.

    First-Ever Conference for Women Rowing Coaches

    More than 50 women rowing coaches eager to improve their leadership skills and advance...

    Minding a Rower’s ‘P’s’

    This handy hack will improve the rowing stroke cycle and enhance the most important P of all—power.

    Project Minerva: British Rowing’s Pioneering Initiative Tailors Training for Elite Female Rowers Eyeing World and Olympic Gold

    British Rowing’s Project Minerva, named for the ancient Roman goddess of wisdom and strategic war, was created a year ago to optimize the health and performance of elite female rowers in the UK.

    Training for Mental Fitness

    Rowers know how to tune their bodies for peak performance, but what about tuning their minds?

    Canadian National Rowing Team Alumni Shine at 2023 Head of the Charles Regatta, Pay Tribute to Late Teammate Jon Beare

    Canadian rowers spanning generations of representing the Maple Leaf enjoy a tremendous regatta reminiscing on memories while making new ones on, and off, the water.

    John Wetzstein Returns Home to Lead Saskatchewan Rowing’s High Performance Program

    The current National Team coach will become the technical lead of the province’s rowing program heading into the 2024 season.

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    Rowing Canada Aviron announces departure of coach Carol Love

    The Montreal 1976 Olympian leaves behind a culture of trust, integrity and caring for your teammates.

    Trot By All Means, But Don’t Be a Turkey

    Fall is ideal for cross-training opportunities such as local foot races, but the ultimate goal is to be sitting in a boat at a 2K starting line next spring.

    Matson Leads Tar Heel Field Hockey Squad to Victory

    Erin Matson, first-year head coach of the University of North Carolina Field Hockey team, led the Tar Heels to their eleventh NCAA Championship this past Sunday, their fifth in the past six years.

    Brennan, McLaren Make Aussie Hall of Fame

    Australian rowing greats Kim (Crow) Brennan and Tim McLaren have been inducted into the Sport Australia Hall of Fame.