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Maadi Cup and Levin Jubilee Cup final line ups decided

The final line ups for the Maadi Cup and Levin Jubilee Cup were decided today at the 2017 Aon Maadi Cup. After revelling in yesterday's sunshine Lake Karapiro was drenched in heavy rain


Heats concluded on day two of 2017 Aon Maadi Cup

Day two of the 2017 Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Karapiro saw all remaining heats concluded and the line ups for quarter, semi and some A finals determined.


Report - Rowing from Home to Home expedition reach Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and team mate Charlie Smith (UK) managed to dodge cyclones, pirates, huge electrical storms, massive ships, strong currents and brutal tropical heat to finally reach the safety


Successful day one at 2017 Aon Maadi Cup

New Zealand's largest rowing regatta, the Aon Maadi Cup, got underway at Lake Karapiro today.
A full schedule due to record numbers at this year's regatta saw 137 races covering


Aon Maadi Cup

Nearly 2,200 high-school rowers will be competing at the 2017 Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Karapiro next week.


Axe crossed Timor Sea to Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and Brit Charlie Smith have completed the first stage of their epic adventure to NZ crossing the Timor Sea to Darwin


Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Darwin

Kiwi adventurer Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and Brit Charlie Smith pushed off from Dili on the next stage of their expedition across the Timor Sea to Darwin


Challenges laid down at Championships

New Zealand’s top secondary school rowers went head to head this weekend at the Aon North Island Championships at Lake Karapiro and the Meridian South Island Championships at Lake Ruataniwha, Twizel.


Rowing New Zealand Elite Team announcement

The 2017 Rowing New Zealand Elite team for 2017 was named at an announcement at Lake Karapiro today. The 39 strong team will contest the 2017 World Rowing Cup II in Poznan,


Axe about to cross Timor Sea to Australia

Kiwi Grant ‘Axe’ Rawlinson and rowing partner Charlie Smith are about to cross the Timor Sea to Australia on their 4500km row from Singapore down through the Indonesian Archipalego to Darwin, Australia