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Be careful on the Water!

Swimmers & kayakers be careful out there. Auckland boatie, Carl Allan Whiteman, has been ordered to pay $17,500 in reparation after seriously injuring a diver who he ran over in the water.


2018 World Rowing University Championships Gold & Bronze

Men’s Lightweight Single Sculls

Harrison Sommerville of Massey University won gold in a time of 7:02.87, almost three seconds clear of Germany in second, and Italy in third.


2018 World Rowing Junior Championships day 5 Kiwis

The 2018 World Rowing Junior Championships in Racice, Czech Republic was a picture of expectancy with the grandstand full of supporters from around the world and competitors trying to keep their nerves in tact as they prepared for their race.


2018 World Rowing Junior Championships day 4 Kiwi

A fabulous show of colour, excitement and anticipation signified the semifinals at the 2018 World Rowing Junior Championships in Racice, Czech Republic. Several junior World Best Times were recorded on the Racice regatta course.


World Rowing Junior Championships day 3

Day three of the World Rowing Junior Championships saw promising results for all three New Zealand crews taking to the water.


Rowing NZ refutes the current media claims

Rowing NZ refutes the current media claims being made against its High Performance Director, Alan Cotter, and its High Performance program.


World Rowing Junior Championships

Almost on queue for afternoon races, the breeze picked up into a small tail wind with temperatures rising to the mid-30s degrees Celsius at the Racice regatta course for the first day of heats.


Two time Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale moves to Quad

Two time Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale will now represent New Zealand in the Men’s Quad. The full crew consists of Lewis Hollows, Cameron Crampton, Mahe Drysdale and Nathan Flannery


Kiwi Rowers off to champs

Kiwi's off to World Rowing University Championships & World Junior Championships in Ausgust


U23 World Rowing Champs - Kiwi results

Newcomer Samantha Voss of New Zealand outraced last year’s bronze medallist, Emily Kallfelz of the United States to claim the under-23 title... more results