Victorian Schools shine on the National Stage

The Eights were undoubtedly the biggest and most exciting school races of the day. The Schoolgirls Coxed Eight final saw a tussle between Pymble and MLC Kew as they stayed within a second of each other for the first kilometre, behind race leaders Geelong Grammar,...

NSW Eights make history in Centenary year

New South Wales wins all four Interstate Races, including the King’s and Queen’s Cups; Genevieve Horton wins Nell Slatter for NSW for first time in 20 years; NSW wins Rowing Australia Cup Sunday provided a monumental finish to an incredible week of racing at the 2019...

Blustery conditions for big boats

It was a cooler start for day six of the 2019 Aon Sydney International Rowing Regatta, having poured with rain overnight, there was a continuous drizzle throughout morning. Racing kicked off with finals in the quadruple sculls and eights. The U19 Women’s Coxed Eight...

Women leading the way

Traditionally Boat Race Officials (BROs) have been a male held role within the sport of rowing, however, this is changing in Australian rowing officialdom and we have a number of females accredited in this sport at varying levels of officiating. We sat down with some...

Million Metre Campaign begins!

There is a world record attempt happening right under our noses at the 2017 Aon Sydney International Rowing Regatta! Michelle Lee is attempting to be the fastest woman to row a million metres indoors, and has set up base in The Regatta Village at the Sydney...