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22 athletes were named today as part of a squad of young New Zealand rowers to take part in the 2015 World Rowing Junior Championships being held in Rio de Janiero, Brazil from 6 to 9 August.
Forster brothers Kaspar and Kristian Fiebig will represent Australia at the ICF canoe slalom Junior and U23 World Championships in Brazil from 22 to 26 April.
Alison Borrows is another Australian kayaker who will be chasing a berth on the Olympic slalom team in Rio next year.
The Australian junior and U23 squads will arrive in Brazil today ahead of the ICF Junior and U23 World Championships which will be held at Foz do Iguassu from 22 to 26 April.
The 3 day Canoe Slalom NZ national championship was held over the weekend with the Olympians leading the way..
Published: 07/04/2015 by Steve Knowles
Famous trans-Atlantic rowers, are swapping boats for bikes to ride in the 3rd Tour of New Zealand cycle race
Published: 06/04/2015 by Steve Knowles
NZ Schools Rowing champs - St Paul’s Collegiate claimed their first Springbok Shield success for 12 years
Published: 27/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
The final line-ups for the Aon Maadi Cup NZ Secondary School Rowing Championships are confirmed today at Lake Karapiro
Published: 26/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships regatta continued today at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge with final spots decided
Published: 25/03/2015 by Steve Knowles
The 2015 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships) regatta continued today at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge with the heats and repechages.
Published: 24/03/2015 by Steve Knowles