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Olympics is the pinnacle of our sport – Watts

Olympic debutant ready to race West Australian David Watts will take the water in a few weeks to represent Australia in the Men’s Double Sculls alongside Chris Morgan. The 24-year-old began rowing in high school having taken part in a talent identification session and...

Hall excited for challenge that lies ahead

Australia’s Olympic rowers have been preparing over the last few months at the Australian Institute of Sport’s European Training Centre in Gavirate, Italy. One of those rowers, Jessica Hall, of Australia’s Women’s Quadruple Sculls believes their preparation has been...

Update on CampaignNumberOne

Earlier this year Rowing Australia launched CampaignNumberOne, its new High Performance Plan for 2020 and beyond, focused on delivering its vision of being the number one rowing nation in the world. The following update is provided to ensure that athletes, coaches and...

Update to Under 23 Men’s Coxed Eight

Rowing Australia today announced an update to the 2016 Under 23 Men’s Coxed Eight due to competed at the 2016 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Rotterdam, The Netherlands later this year. Due to injury, Harley Moore is no longer able to compete in the Under 23...

Vale Adrian Monger

Rowing Australia is deeply saddened to learn of the passing of 1956 Olympic bronze medallist, Adrian Monger. Mr Monger passed away on 10 July 2016 in Perth after a long battle with cancer. Described as “always cheerful and optimistic”, he had been a coach,...

Update to Junior Women’s Quadruple Sculls

Rowing Australia today announced an update to the 2016 Junior Women’s Quadruple Sculls due to competed at the 2016 World Rowing Junior Championships in Rotterdam, The Netherlands later this year. Due to injury, Romola Davenport is no longer able to compete in...