News

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

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Going the Distance

March 27, 2017

The dramatic removal of the lightweight men’s four from the Olympic program wasn’t the only consequential decision to come out of February’s FISA Extraordinary Congress in Tokyo.

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Q&A with Andrew Triggs Hodge

March 21, 2017

Andrew Triggs Hodge has formally announced his retirement from rowing. Rowing News writer Connor Walters caught up with Triggs Hodge and asked a few questions about his career and the future.

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New Zealand leads World Rowing awards

November 26, 2014

The top two crews for 2014 are composed of three Kiwis, according to an award announcement by World Rowing. Eric Murray and Hamish Bond, who won the 2- and 2+ at the world championship for

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World Rowing

World Rowing announces annual award nominees

November 12, 2014

For a year that saw new record times and unbeaten streak extensions, this year’s World Rowing award nominees represent the sport’s highest achievers in 2014. The Male Crew of the Year nominees include the ‘golden’

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Racing

Haxton fourth at worlds

November 12, 2014

Blake Haxton had a strong showing in his first appearance at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam. Racing in the arms and shoulders men’s single, Haxton missed medaling by 1.01 seconds, finishing behind rowers from

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Campbell sets record in C-final at worlds

November 11, 2014

Men’s lightweight single sculler Andrew Campbell cruised to an 11-second win in the C-final at the World Rowing Championships in Amsterdam, setting a world best time in the process. After flipping in the quarterfinal, Campbell,