Rowing News Roundup
We see the start of a new year, but alas, continued lockdowns mean amateur rowing is, once again, taking a
back erg seat. Here's the latest rowing news from around the world.
Taking over from Jürgen
A new-look coaching team that will aim to steer Britain’s rowers to glory at the Tokyo Olympics. Read more...
Dutch duo win the world's toughest row
Extreme rowing doesn't get more extreme than the annual Talisker Whiskey Atlantic Challenge. The Dutch duo take the title and the world record after 3000 miles. Read more...
Qualification Regattas Confirmed!
World rowing have confirmed the dates for the European Olympic and Paralympic qualification regattas which will be held in Varese Italy. With an extensive Covid-19 protection plan established there is high hopes for these events taking place. Read more...
Crew of the Year 2020
The deserving double claimed the title after qualifying for Henley Royal Regatta as well as winning Races at the Wallingford and Ghent Spring Regattas. Read more...
Rowers Escape Chaotic Cairo
The Nile gave birth to Egyptian civilisation, and still provides the people with a lifeline – and rowers a way to escape the chaos of urban Cairo. Read more...