Athletes are set to battle it out for the last remaining places in the rowing events at the Tokyo 2020 Paralympic Games at the final qualifier in Italy this week.
Indian rowers Arjun Lal Jat and Arvind Singh have called off a pre-Tokyo 2020 training camp in Portugal due to the requirement of a two-week hard quarantine amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
China and Britain topped the medal table at the second regatta of the Rowing World Cup series after notching three titles each in Swiss city Lucerne.
China’s Huiru Li and Italy’s Niels Torre captured the respective women’s and men’s lightweight single sculls titles at the Rowing World Cup regatta in Lucerne.
Reigning world and European champion Oliver Zeidler progressed to the quarter-finals of the men’s single sculls at the Rowing World Cup regatta in Swiss city Lucerne.
The final places for the rowing event at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics were secured following a dramatic day on the water in Lucerne.
Poland’s Natan Wegrzycki-Szymczyk advanced to the men’s singles sculls final on the opening day of the World Rowing Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne.
Around 400 athletes from 49 countries are set to compete at the World Rowing Final Olympic Qualification Regatta in Lucerne, although hosts Switzerland have seen their women’s quadruple sculls crew ruled out after a positive test for COVID-19.
The host nation dominated the final day of racing at the Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic qualifier on the regatta course due to hold Tokyo 2020 rowing events.
World Rowing has confirmed a member of the Sri Lankan team has tested positive for coronavirus at the Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic qualifier in Japanese capital Tokyo.
More than 75 athletes have arrived in Japan for the World Rowing Asia and Oceania Olympic and Paralympic qualification regatta, starting tomorrow on the Tokyo 2020 rowing course.
There were plenty of dominant performances in the finals of the first Rowing World Cup regatta at Jarun Lake in Zagreb, Croatia.
Sarah Winckless, the first woman to umpire the men’s Boat Race in its 166-year-history, believes other women will emulate her feat within the next decade.
The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has made its biggest stride yet into the world of esports with the launch of the Olympic Virtual Series (OVS).
Olympic medallist Gevvie Stone and Kristina Wagner have qualified to represent the United States in the women's double sculls at Tokyo 2020.