Australia dominates World Rowing Cup 3

Australian Rowing Team wraps up World Rowing Cup 3 with five gold medals, three silvers and one bronze Australia wins overall 2019 World Rowing Cup It was a golden conclusion to World Rowing Cup 3 for the Australian Rowing Team, with the team winning five gold medals,...

Time Trials prevail in turbulent weather

Australian crews progress at World Rowing Cup 3 despite trying conditions in Rotterdam  Adverse weather hit Rotterdam on the opening day of World Rowing Cup 3. The heavy rain, strong winds and thunderstorms saw event organisers change the regatta format, with all...

Passing of Nick Garratt AM

Nick Garratt (1947-2019) It is with the deepest sadness that Rowing Australia announces to the rowing community the sudden passing of four-time Olympic rowing coach, and current ACT Academy of Sport and U23 Australian Rowing Team coach, Nick Garratt AM. Nick was in...

Looking ahead to the King’s Cup

Written by Angus Moore The King’s Cup will be raced for again at this year’s Henley Royal Regatta, 100 years’ after the Peace Regatta was held in 1919. The Henley Royal Peace Regatta signified the end of the First World War and comprised of crews...

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...