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NSW RECLAIMS KING'S CUP AS VICTORIA RETAINS QUEEN'S CUP

The best racing conditions in Lake Nagambie were saved for the last day, as Nagambie Lakes looked calm, the air was full of excitement.

NSW RECLAIMS KING'S CUP AS VICTORIA RETAINS QUEEN'S CUP

The best racing conditions in Lake Nagambie were saved for the last day, as Nagambie Lakes looked calm, the air was full of excitement.

TOKYO 2020 GOLD MEDALLIST ALEX PURNELL OAM LAUNCHES NEW COLES START2ROW PROGRAM

Aussie rowing heroes including Tokyo 2020 Gold Medallists Alex Purnell OAM and Rosie Popa OAM will launch the new Coles Start2Row program at schools across Australia this month. 

AUSTRALIAN ROWING TEAM NAMED FOR 2022 WORLD ROWING CUPS

Rowing Australia has revealed the crews and squads that will represent the Australian Rowing Team at the World Rowing Cups in Belgrade (SRB), Poznan (POL) and Lucerne (SUI).

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ATHLETE SPOTLIGHT

Rowena Meredith

Mosman’s Rowena Meredith won an Olympic Bronze Medal in the Women’s Quadruple Scull at the Tokyo 2020 Olympic Games. At the 2022 Australian Rowing Championships, Meredith (representing Sydney University Boat Club), won the Open Women’s Single Scull for the first time. Meredith went stroke for stroke with Women’s Four Olympic Champion Annabel McIntyre OAM through the 500m mark, yet pulled ahead through the final stages to win by 2.91 seconds.  Meredith spoke of her experience in Tokyo shaping her attitude to training and racing in tough conditions. “There were some whitecaps on the start line which makes it very challenging across the field, I think. It was firmly established in Tokyo that we can race and perform well in all conditions, and they will continue to run races in all conditions. Having another regatta like this just shows that we need to keep perfecting our skills in all weather, not just flat water.”