How two rowing clubs adapted during the Covid crisis, the Kenyan Paralympian chasing a dream, and a winning mentality isn't everything. Plus much more. Our fortnightly look at rowing news around the world.
For many taking to the Tideway it was the first race in months, and an opportunity to showcase the training gains made during the locked-down summer months.
As British Rowing enters Phase F, signifying the long-awaited return to crew rowing, a small sense of normality can be felt in boat clubs around the country.
Tideway Scullers head coach, Kieran Clark, is taking three women's eights, and one men's eight to take part in a truly unique head race in Switzerland.
David Vallance, West End Rowing Club's club captain, talks about the experience of a life time - rowing in, and exploring New Zealand.
As we come to the final stages of head race season in the UK. GB Rowing's Mat Tarrant sits down with Square Blades, and discusses winter training, head races, pre-race rituals, and improving race performance.
Dating back to 1839, Henley Royal Regatta has been held every year since its inception and is steeped in history. Quintessentially English, Henley is considered to be one of the social highlights of the year, therefore it’s important to carefully select your attire for this traditional event.