JULY 8 - ROWING makes its Paralympic Games debut in Beijing this September and ParalympicsGB has today named the eight-strong squad for the Games.
March 13 - Adrian Cassidy, the performance development coach of British rowing, is to leave to help guide Ireland's preparations for the 2012 London Olympics, it was announced today.
March 14 - Classes for the intellectually disabled are to be added to the World Rowing Championships in Munich this year, it has been announced by governing body FISA.
March 17 - The London Youth Rowing today Row East London!, a new initiative of physical activity and sport for youngesters in the build-up to the London 2012 Olympics.
March 16 - Luol Deng (pictured) has promised that his recent injury problems will not prevent him playing for Britain at this year's European Championship despite a warning that he should rest during the summer.
JUNE 26 - BRITAIN announced 11 rowing crews for Beijing today, with a 12th crew to be announced later.
FEBRUARY 1 - AUSTRALIAN rowing legend James Tomkins (pictured) has claimed a controversial plan to limit the amount of Olympic medals a country can win in rowing at London 2012 goes against everything the Games stands for.
MAY 16 - THE contract to construct enhanced rowing and canoe/kayak flatwater facilities for the London 2012 Games was put out to tender by the Olympic Delivery Authority (ODA) today.
FEBRUARY 5 - RIO DE JANEIRO today celebrated the completion of its candidature file for the 2016 Olympic and Paralympic Games with a special ceremony.
AUGUST 26 - BRITAIN enjoyed a successful day at the World Rowing Championships on Dorney Lake in Eton, the course which will stage the Olympics in 2012.
APRIL 29 – A MAJOR new training facility to help Britain’s rowers to train for the 2012 Olympics and named after the sport’s two greatest names was opened today. The £13 million Redgrave Pinsent Rowing Lake and Sherriff Boathouse in Caversham near Reading was officially opened by Sir Steve Redgrave and Sir Matthew Pinsent (pictured).