GB Rowing Team

Moe Sbihi shortlisted for Sportsman of the Year at British Ethnic Diversity Sports Awards

Triple Olympic gold medallist Pete Reed returns to rowing

Helen Glover and Heather Stanning win Sports Journalists’ Association President’s Award

GB rowing’s press officer, Caroline Searle, wins prestigious sports journalism award

Caroline Searle becomes the first woman to win the Doug Gardner Award for Services to Sports Journalism in its 27-year history

Team Sbihi has the last laugh as they beat Team Satch in epic BRIC 2016 relay battle

Moe Sbihi admits his team have bragging rights over Will Satch and co for the next 12 months

Matthew Tarrant’s tips for a great performance at BRIC

The British Rowing Indoor Championships could be the biggest 2k test of your year. GB’s Matthew Tarrant shares his tips for making it a success

British Rowing Statement on UK Sport Tokyo Cycle Investment

Today, UK Sport announced its funding of elite sport for the Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic cycle.  After topping the rowing medal table for the third consecutive Olympic Games and topping the medal table at the Paralympic Games for the […]


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Team Sbihi v Team Satch headlines bumper day of racing for GB rowers at BRIC

Moe Sbihi leads a team of GB rowers against a team headed by Will Satch in the men’s relay in a big day of racing at BRIC on Saturday

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How music helps GB rowers through their indoor sessions

Music or no music? The debate goes on as to whether pumping some tunes can help you perform better on the rowing machine

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Rachel Morris crowned FISA Para-Rower of the Year

Rachel Morris has been named Para-Rower of the Year by rowing’s international federation World Rowing (FISA).

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Katherine Grainger receives Olympians’ Olympian award

Katherine Grainger received the Olympian’s Olympian award at Team GB’s inaugural Awards dinner last night held at Battersea Evolution in London.

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Tokyo 2020 rowing venue to remain at Tokyo Bay

It has now been confirmed that the rowing and canoe sprint events during the 2020 Olympic and Paralympic Games will remain at the Sea Forest course, Tokyo Bay.

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Paul Thompson joins UK Sport’s Coaching Fellowship

British Rowing coaches Paul Thompson and Christian Felkel graduate from the UK Sport Elite Programme, with Thompson invited to join the Coaching Fellowship

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