Lightweights make history as GB U23s win gold and silver
Well-earned wins keep senior title defences on track
Eight provide final flourish as juniors make strong start
Single scullers Tom Barras and Sam Mottram made it 12 GB Rowing Team crews through to the U23 World Championships finals with fantastic performances on Wednesday afternoon.
On the day the Olympic heroes returned from Rio, GB Rowing Team’s next generation showed the future is bright as they reached seven more finals at the World Championships.
Big gusts of wind were unable to prevent GB Rowing Team’s defending champions making smooth progress on Monday afternoon as the Senior World Championships got under way in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.
In this Olympic and Paralympic year, the members of Hollingworth Lake Rowing Club took on the ambitious challenge of rowing the distance from Hollingworth Lake, Littleborough, Greater Manchester to the Olympic Rowing Venue in Rio de Janeiro. A colossal distance of 5,825 Miles […]
Three more GB Rowing Team crews have booked their places in the U23 World Rowing Championships finals after a good morning of repechage racing in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.Read More
On a day that started in torrential rain and ended in bright sun, the GB Rowing Team’s U23s produced several shining performances as the 2016 World Championships got under way in Rotterdam, the Netherlands.Read More
The Lagoa might have looked grey under today’s heavy rain and leaden skies but in 30 magical minutes, two GB crews cast a vibrant and golden glow on the Olympic regatta.Read More
When Vicky Thornley and Katherine Grainger crossed the finish line in their double scull final today they not only won a silver of Goliathan proportions but propelled Grainger into the all-time records books.Read More