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Rowing Australia IT Statement

Rowing Australia was recently made aware of a potential security breach to its internal IT system. We have engaged an external cyber security expert to conduct an investigation into this matter and develop strategies to protect our systems and...

Golden day for Australia in Rotterdam

Day 6 of the 2016 World Rowing Championships greeted the athletes with different conditions to those seen so far this week – slightly hazy, slightly cooler, and a cross head wind as opposed to the cross tail that has prevailed. This caused the Fairness Committee to...

Giving Australia’s Rowers Ore Power

Hancock Prospecting and the Georgina Hope Foundation announced as Principal Partner for Rowing Australia and the Australian Rowing Team until 2020 Rowing Australia President, Rob Scott has today announced a land mark four-year partnership for the sport of rowing,...

Perfect start for Australian Under 23 Team

Cool, wet and breezy conditions remained at the Willem-Alexander Course in Rotterdam for Day 2 of the 2016 World Rowing Championships.  While the forecast for the remainder of the regatta is for more pleasant temperatures, the three young Australian crews on show...

Brennan is Australia’s golden girl

Kim Brennan has broken Australia’s eight-year Olympic rowing gold medal drought by taking out the women’s single sculls on Lagoa Rodrigo de Freitas. The 31-year-old, who completed her set of Olympic medals by claiming top spot on the podium in Rio, led...