Nathan Benderson Park in Florida has been selected as the host venue for the first two United States Olympic and Paralympic rowing team trials.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has cancelled the Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic qualification rowing regatta in South Korea, due to be held in April, because of the coronavirus outbreak.
World Rowing (FISA) have said they will "study a few more issues" before deciding whether to host the sport at Long Beach during Los Angeles 2028.
China’s former rowing world champion Pei Jiayun has lost her husband, Liu Weidong, to coronavirus.
Olena Buryak earned her second title of the World Rowing Indoor Championships as competition concluded in Paris.
Olena Buryak successfully defended her women's 500 metres title at the World Rowing Indoor Championships in Paris.
Olena Buryak of Ukraine will defend her title at the 2020 World Rowing Indoor Championships which start tomorrow in Paris.
India’s Asian Games gold medal-winning rower Dattu Baban Bhokanal has had his two-year ban, incurred on charges of pulling out of a race during Jakarta Palembang 2018, lifted.
Australia and New Zealand were big winners at this year's World Rowing (FISA) Awards Dinner held here.
Sweden's Frida Svensson, the 2010 world champion and two-time Olympian, has been elected the new chair of World Rowing's (FISA) Athletes' Commission.
World Rowing (FISA) has announced an extension to its Clean Water partnership with the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) in a joint effort to reduce water pollution.
Germany and New Zealand won the men's and women's eight finals to book their tickets to next year's Olympic Games in Tokyo as the World Rowing Championships concluded in Austria.
Paralympic gold medallists Britain's Lauren Rowles and Laurence Whiteley beat two-time champions the Netherlands to seal the Para PR2 mixed double sculls title, at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Poland sprung a huge surprise as they overcame a strong field to clinch gold in the men's four race at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Germany's Marie-Louise Dräger won her fourth World Rowing Championships gold medal at the age of 38, with victory in the women's lightweight single sculls in Austria.