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2018 World Rowing U23 Championships

New Zealand's U23 Team departed for Poznan, Poland on 13 July to contest the World Rowing U23 Championships 25-29 July.


World Rowing Cup - Manson dominated Men’s Single Sculls

The most anticipated race was the Men’s Single Sculls with two New Zealand scullers taking on two German scullers, Manson dominated the race


Rowing World Cup 3 day 2

The third and final World Rowing Cup for 2018 moved on to day two with the semi-finals being raced. The Rotsee venue in Lucerne, Switzerland turned on perfect rowing conditions at the start of the day. The water was flat, the temperatures moderate an


The heats are on. World Rowing Cup III begins

It is not surprising that rowers love the Rotsee regatta course. World Rowing Cup III has begun with a day of heats on Lucerne’s magical Rotsee in Switzerland. The water conditions were ideal with flat water complimented by sunny skies and mild tempe


Gilbert gets boost ahead of junior worlds

Kiwi kayaker Callum Gilbert will head into next week’s under-23 canoe slalom world championships with his tail up after a top-30 finish in the latest World Cup in Germany.


Jones continues canoe slalom form

Luuka Jones maintained her perfect World Cup canoe slalom record this season, though she was still frustrated by her form in the C1 on the site of the 1972 Munich Olympic slalom competition in Germany overnight.


Butcher banking on unplanned buildup

Despite disruption to all his best-laid plans, Kiwi kayaker Finn Butcher heads into the third World Cup canoe slalom event of the season this weekend as the best-prepared of the 10-strong New Zealand team.


More silver for slalom paddler Dawson

Mike Dawson secured his second World Cup canoe slalom silver in as many weeks overnight, surviving a tough final to finish runner-up in the extreme slalom event.


Video ruins finals hopes for Jones

Luuka Jones has been left lamenting a controversial video call after missing the final of the women’s K1 at the World Cup canoe slalom event in Poland overnight.


Tasman kayaker Scott Donaldson 180Km to Go

Kiwi expedition kayaker is just 180km from New Zealand and has restocked his supplies for the final push in his 3000+km paddle from Australia.