Rowing News Roundup
Every fortnight we roundup the latest rowing, and related, news in one easy to manage curated list.
Age is Just a Number
The dream of continuing to pull on a national team onesie can stay alive even into your fifties, as proven by Croatian rower Igor Boraska. Read more...
Unbroken. A Tale of Resilience.
Another inspiring rowing documentary (winner of ttff/20: Best Documentary Short), this time coming from filmmaker Gabrielle Blackwood, which follows the undeterred spirit of Laron Williamson and his quest to make the Jamaican Paralympic team. Watch Now...
Boats Get a Glow up to Keep Rowers Engaged
With the uncertainty surrounding racing this season, one club found a novel way of keeping their squad excited about the prospect of morning training. Read more...
British Woman Sets New World Record
Lia Ditton rowed solo from San Francisco to Hawaii in 86 days, 10 hours, 5 minutes and 56 seconds to claim the title. Read more...
Largest Scottish Open-Water Event Goes Virtual
Due to ongoing restrictions the annual Castle to Crane event was held as a time trail format attracting competitors from around the world. Read More...
Tyne Single Scullers Event Goes Ahead
This event was chosen to test compliance with COVID-19 guidance during competition and was the first amateur race held in the UK since the pandemic. A race report from Durham ARC. Read more...