The latest Olympic rowing news and information.
College football's youngest head coach, P.J. Fleck has made his Western Michigan team buy in to his Row The Boat manta and has taken the Broncos out of the MAC basement as a result.
The Vermont-based Craftsbury Sculling Center won the men's eights Sunday in the Head of the Charles Regatta and the Cambridge Boat Club took the women's race.
Andrew Campbell and Gevvie Stone won the men's and women's singles titles Saturday on the first day of the 50th Head of the Charles Regatta.
The University of Michigan wants to build a $168 million multiuse facility for its Division I Olympic sports teams.
Temple University will spare men's and women's crew from the chopping block after $5.5 million was pledged to restore a city boathouse.
Adventurer and environmentalist Roz Savage celebrates her latest book, "Stop Drifting, Start Rowing," which recounts her 300-day, 8,000-mile solo voyage across the Pacific Ocean.
OTC Amsterdam has become the first Dutch crew to win the men's eights title at the Head of the Charles.
Ktejil Borch of Norway won the men's championship singles Saturday in the Head of the Charles regatta.
Jean-Christophe Rolland of France has been elected president of the International Rowing Federation.
The nation's oldest intercollegiate sports event is still being dominated by Harvard.
Bernardo Pilatti highlights five keys to victory for Robert Guerrero against Floyd Mayweather Jr. on Saturday.
A proposal to add women's lightweight single sculls to the Olympics has failed to gain approval from rowing's governing body.
Another women's race could be added to the Olympic rowing program under proposals by the sport's governing body.
Pro cyclist Ben King was among 23 athletes, including Olympians in cycling, track and field, and rowing, who built two homes for needy families in Mexico in their spare time
Two British Olympians appealed Thursday for help in recovering a pair of bronze medals that were snatched from a London nightclub, while police reported an arrest in the case.