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Silver lining for Women’s Eight in Austria

Erik Horrie takes bronze in PR1 Men’s Single; Both Eights, plus Women’s Double, qualify for Tokyo Australia qualifies 10 boats for Tokyo 2020 Australia’s Women’s Eight threw it all on the line on the final day of the 2019 World Rowing Championships, winning a silver...

Kathryn Ross crowned World Champion in Austria

Silver and bronze medals for Australia’s PR3 Men’s Pair and Lightweight Men’s Single Scull Australia qualifies two more boats for Tokyo 2020 Kathryn Ross made a triumphant return to international competition today with the three-time Paralympian winning gold in the...

Australia qualifies five boats for Tokyo 2020

Four Olympic class and one Paralympic class qualify berths for Australia next year    Australia progresses to seven A-Finals and four B-Finals; Further opportunities to qualify for Tokyo to come Thursday at the 2019 World Rowing Championships saw Australia’s...

Men’s Eight into A-Final in Austria

Arch into semi-finals of Lightweight Women’s Single; Women’s Eight and Quadruple Scull to contest repechages Australia’s Men’s Eight have secured themselves a spot in Sunday’s A-Final at the 2019 World Rowing Championships by virtue of finishing second in their heat...

Australia sizzles in hot conditions

11 crews progress to quarter or semi-finals on Day One of 2019 World Rowing Championships Hot conditions on the opening day of the 2019 World Rowing Championships saw 11 out of 12 Australian crews progress to quarter or semi-finals in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria. Of...

Getting the most out of your training plan

Entries are now open for the 2019 Australian Indoor Rowing Championships, and we know you don’t enter hoping for so-so results. To help you achieve your goals and improve your performance, Rowing Australia has just launched three 12-week training programs for the...