Let’s throw the doors wide – summer can finally begin. Henley Women’s Regatta, a three-day festival of women's rowing that encompassed everything from Junior 16 to international interest, delivered another blockbuster weekend of racing in the seat of the Thames Valley.
Why is there a trend for elite rowers to swap their oars for sailing jibs? From the river to the sea, is there something alluring about sailing or is rowing losing it's way?
Don't fancy an abroad training camp? We look at some fantastic UK destinations to spend time on the water, honing your skills ready for the up-and-coming regatta season.
Is there a subject more divisive, both in and out of rowing, than the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race? We ask the hard questions about rowing's most famous race.
What makes it in to your kit bag? We speak to ex-Olympian Jack Beaumont, and Henley Rowing Club's Head of Rowing, Leon Redman about what they suggest as must-haves in their kit bag. We also let you in to a few secrets of our own kit bag.
Whilst a lot of the rowing community in the UK fixate on the ‘bigger’ regattas at Dorney, Nottingham and Henley, there is a world of regional and club-based events which remains relatively untapped, here's our guide...
Tokyo 2020 showed the flaws in the aging plan of elite rowing. Viewers (and athletes) are turning more to ocean and coastal rowing. Are we going to see the end of domestic rowing? Or, does rowing need to become more sexier...?
Much of this winter will be spent teaching people how to race, and getting the whole squad up to standard...