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World Rowing Cup III - six crews taking home medals

World Rowing Cup III - New Zealand crews six crews taking home medals. The women’s eight, single and lightweight double all take gold, with the women’s pair taking silver and the men’s pair and eight taking bronze.


Nine New Zealand Rowing crews to finals World Cup

Nine New Zealand crews will contest A Finals at World Rowing Cup III - Men’s Eight, Women’s Four, Lightweight Women’s Double Scull


World Rowing Cup III Day 1

World Rowing Cup III -15 New Zealand crews competed in heats


Five Wins for NZ at Henley Royal Regatta

After five days of racing, New Zealand crews took five wins at the finals of Henley Royal Regatta, including The Remenham Challenge Cup


Kiwi kayakers fade on final day

The New Zealand challenge faded on the final day of the ICF world cup canoe slalom round in Slovenia overnight, although Tauranga's Jack Dangen and Auckland's Hannah Thomas still recorded personal bests.


Four Kiwi kayakers through in world cup round

New Zealand's three men's K1 paddlers claimed an unprecedented treble by all qualifying for the semifinals of the latest ICF world cup canoe slalom round


World Rowing Cup II - Gold for Kiwi's

New Zealand takes gold in the women’s single scull, double scull, lightweight double scull and pair at day three of World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland.


Final flourish eludes Kiwi kayaker

Kiwi kayaker Finn Butcher was just 2cm away from yet another canoe slalom milestone at the second ICF World Cup of the season in Slovakia overnight.


Historic silver for kayaker Jones

New Zealand kayaker Luuka Jones has created yet more history with her first-ever podium finish at an ICF canoe slalom World Cup in Slovakia overnight.


Day 2 World Rowing Cup II

Racing conditions improved for day two of World Rowing Cup II in Poznan, Poland with 14 New Zealand crews racing across a mixture of repechages, semi-finals and finals.