The Australian Rowing Team has a proud history as one of World Rowing’s leading rowing nations and one of Australia’s most successful Olympic sports, consistently producing World and Olympic Champions. Rowing in Australia has a long and proud tradition of excellence. From Australia’s first ever sporting World Champion, Edward ‘Ned’ Trickett, to Henry “Bobby” Pearce who won the single sculls at the Amsterdam Olympics (1928) and Los Angeles Olympics (1932), through to the Oarsome Foursome of more recent years, rowing is part of the Australian psyche as one of our cornerstone Olympic and Paralympic sports.
Each year the Australian Rowing Team competes in the World Cup Series which provides which provides world class competition in the lead up to the World Championships each year.
Results of World Rowing Cups can be found on the World Rowing page here.