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Molesey's Stanhope enjoys star-studded Masters success on the Thames
Molesey Boat Club veteran Rachel Stanhope helped a star studded eights crew to a Masters pennant at the Women's Eights Head of the River Race on the Thames on Saturday.
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Sat Mar 15, 2014
Olympic Champion supports The Soldiers' Charity
OLYMPIC champion Heather Stanning visited Henley for a fund-raising charity lunch.
Fri Mar 14, 2014
Hornchurch charity football match will kick off fundraising campaign
A group of sports loving friends will take part in a charity football match on Sunday before a mammoth rowing challenge in June.
The New Zealand Herald
Rowing: Younger Bond follows in brother's footsteps
Alistair Bond, left, and Adam Ling begin their campaign at the second world cup in France in June.
Thu Mar 13, 2014
The Jersey Journal
Rutgers crew team savors long history, proud tradition
Dawn on the Raritan. Normally, there would be a mist rising off the murky river as the sun warmed the cool water, but on this day, the air was still cold.
Wed Mar 12, 2014
Bucks Free Press: 43k success at star-studded fundraising bash for rowing club
STUDDED fundraiser has pulled in A 43,000 towards rebuilding a Marlow landmark from the ashes, with the finishing line now in sight for the famous sporting institution.
Mon Mar 10, 2014
ROWING: Race return for Northwich captain
Northwich Rowing Club's women's masters C quad, from left, Elaine Young, Carole Riddell, coach John Dutton, Rachel Hooper and Clare Briegal RACHEL Hooper, captain at Northwich Rowing Club, returned to racing for the first time in more than a decade at the weekend.
Cambridge Evening News
Weight of expectation with Cambridge for the Boat Race
Cambridge's Henry Hoffstot, and Oxford's Constantine Louloudis during the 2014 BNY Mellon Boat Race Weigh In at the BNY Mellon Centre, London.
Prince Harry meets Row2Recovery fundraising servicemen
PRINCE Harry was in Henley today to present medals to servicemen who rowed across the Atlantic for charity.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
Manawatu Evening Standard
Gold medalist again misses out on NZ squad
The absence of Olympic champion Joseph Sullivan was again the most notable talking point of the Rowing New Zealand team named today.
Wed Mar 05, 2014
Buffalo Competes in MAC Indoor Track and Field Championships
Most casual college sports fans know that UB has struggled for years to be a regularly respectable football team in the MAC.
Intrepid University of Auckland academic to row the Pacific
What would you do if in your first attempt to row an ocean your small boat is attacked by a shark, the boat flips and leaves you with a head injury that needs stitches and you end up getting rescued in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean? When that happened to Tara Remington in her first ocean race she went and rowed the Atlantic again.
Bucks Free Press: Paralympic Torch comes to Marlow
TWO of Marlow's most successful athletes helped celebrate the beginning of the Paralympic Games after the town was chosen as one of the locations for to parade the iconic torch.
Tue Mar 04, 2014
The Daily Princetonian
Experienced men and women lightweights aim for podium at national championships
That was the second consecutive title for the program and the first for newly hired head coach Marty Crotty '98.
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber
Scrimmage launches spring rowing
The Jensen Point boathouse buzzed with activity early Saturday as coach Richard Parr mixed masters and junior rowers into the same shells to make this year's masters and juniors scrimmage a competitive one.
Sat Mar 01, 2014
Montclair High rowing team scrambles to replace broken boats
Although the abundance of snow, ice and cold temperatures may prove to be an obstacle for outdoor sports teams like the Montclair High School crew squad, no one expected the roof to collapse, literally crushing the rowing team's dreams of a smooth start to the spring season.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
Pushing the boat out to win spoils
There was a time, and not so long ago, was when rowing used to have a reputation in Britain on the same lines as Noel Coward, the Mitford clan and "Brideshead Revisited".
Sun Feb 23, 2014
GB winter sports to get funding boost
UK Sport says it will increase funding for winter sports following Great Britain's record-equalling Winter Olympic performance in Sochi.
Dave Holby-Wolinski will attempt to set his 10th indoor world record with his brother Mike on March 6 and 7. The pair will be raising money for The Pink Place - a charity which supports women with breast cancer - and The Ark Cancer Centre charity, which is raising funds to build a new cancer treatment centre in north Hampshire.
Max powers to clinch winning double
MAX McQueeney has scored the coveted double at the Tasmanian Rowing Championships at Lake Barrington after holding on in the open single scull in another thrilling finish.