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Kiwi's through to Finals at World Rowing U23 Championships

It was definitely summer conditions at Malta Lake for the first day of finals at the 2018 World Rowing U23 Championships in Poznan, Poland. Boats come to these finals having worked their way through heats and sometimes repechages and semi-finals.


Semi-finals at the 2018 World Rowing U23

Semi-finals at the 2018 World Rowing U23 Championships Women’s Double Sculls, Luka Ellery and Nicola Baker comfortably won their repechage and progress to the semi-final


World Rowing Under 23 Championships

Racing at the 2018 World Rowing Under 23 Championships in Poznan with Kiwi's performing well.


Kiwi's contending World Rowing U23 Championships

The 2018 World Rowing U23 Championships opened overnight New Zealand time in Poznan, Poland with nearly 900 rowers aiming for U23 championship success.


Dawson delivers another extreme kayaking title

Olympic kayaker Mike Dawson capped a great week for New Zealand paddlers by winning Asia’s biggest whitewater festival for the second time.


Brilliant finish by young Kiwi paddlers

Finn Butcher and Zack Mutton signed off in style from canoe slalom’s under-23 and junior world championships in Italy overnight, collecting two of New Zealand’s best-ever results at that level.


Bronze for Kiwi extreme kayaker

Rotorua teenager River Mutton has picked up New Zealand’s first individual medal at a junior canoe slalom world championship, snaring bronze in the extreme slalom final in Italy overnight.


2018 World Rowing U23 Championships

New Zealand's U23 Team departed for Poznan, Poland on 13 July to contest the World Rowing U23 Championships 25-29 July.


World Rowing Cup - Manson dominated Men’s Single Sculls

The most anticipated race was the Men’s Single Sculls with two New Zealand scullers taking on two German scullers, Manson dominated the race


Rowing World Cup 3 day 2

The third and final World Rowing Cup for 2018 moved on to day two with the semi-finals being raced. The Rotsee venue in Lucerne, Switzerland turned on perfect rowing conditions at the start of the day. The water was flat, the temperatures moderate an