World Rowing has announced the finalists for the 2018 Filippi Spirit Award, given to university student rowers for their commitment to the governing body's core values.
Germany's men's eight rowing team could be set to win the men's crew of the year prize for the second successive year after being nominated for the 2018 World Rowing Awards.
Nominations are open for the 2018 World Rowing awards, with prizes up for grabs in eight categories.
The World Rowing Federation (FISA) has held its 2018 Ordinary Congress in Bulgarian city Plovdiv with four Commission chairs re-elected to their positions.
US women's eight back on gold standard as Ireland's Puspure wins women's single sculls at World Rowing Championships
The United States women's eight, whose sequence of 11 global titles was ended last year, returned to business as usual at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria as another victory helped their nation earn the highest total of medals of the 28 countries involved.
Croatian brothers Martin and Valent Sinkovic and Irish siblings Paul and Gary O'Donovan were among the victors today as the World Rowing Championships continued in Bulgaria.
Germany and Italy each picked up two gold medals today on the opening day of finals at the World Rowing Championships in Plovdiv in Bulgaria.
European champion Michael Schmid progressed to the final of the men’s lightweight single sculls as the World Rowing Championships continued in Bulgaria.
Reigning champions Germany secured a direct route to the men’s eight final at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria.
Horrie clocks world leading time to qualify for Para single sculls semi-finals at World Rowing Championships
Australia's Erik Horrie clocked a world leading time to qualify for the Para men's single sculls semi-finals at the World Rowing Championships in Bulgaria.
Defending champions Australia laid down an ominous marker in the women's fours event at the World Rowing Championships as they comfortably won their heat on the second day in Plovdiv.
The World Rowing Championships began today in Plovdiv in Bulgaria with heats taking place across multiple events, including the lightweight men's single sculls, men's pair and lightweight women's double sculls.
International Rowing Federation President Jean-Christophe Rolland has re-affirmed his sport's cautious stance on introducing mixed events and its determination not to reduce the standard regatta racing distance of 2,000 metres.
Plovdiv is poised to host the World Rowing Championships with action set to take place over the next seven days.
British Rowing has announced it is looking to appoint an independent non-executive director to its board.