Rowing News Roundup

Rowing News Roundup - Square Blades

As crews begin to get back on the water for the first time in over 12 months, we hear you ask, "Where's the latest rowing news roundup?". Needless to say, we bow in to positive peer pressure.

  • Last call for Tokyo

    Four British crews will head to Lucerne this weekend to battle it out alongside 48 other nations for the final Olympic qualifying spots.

  • Cambridge Twice on Top

    On their home water of Ely, both the Men and Women’s reserve boats clinched victory over Oxford by six and seven lengths respectively.

  • Relief to Return

    Similar to clubs up and down the country, the Globe Rowing Club highlights why getting back on the water is vital for the community and performance to each of its squads.

  • Lawrence Sets New British Record

    Year 10 pupil Lawrence Hagger focused on setting the 60-minute record after external competitions were cancelled.

  • Olympic and Paralympic Course in Full Glory

    Perfect conditions greeted athletes for the Asia and Oceania Qualifying Regatta which saw host nation Japan dominate.

  • "Autism made me successful"

    Chris Morgan who represented Australia in 3 Olympic games, credits his Autism diagnosis to his obsessive drive in the sport resulting in success on the world stage.

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