World Rowing

World Athletics and its president Sebastian Coe is facing criticism from fellow international federations for the way it handled last week's announcement that it will be ringfencing a share of its Olympic revenues to reward gold medal winners at the forthcoming Games in Paris.

How partnerships on and off the water are helping World Rowing to democratise the sport, attract new audiences and lessen the governing body’s reliance on Olympic revenues.

World Rowing is working on a plan to launch a franchise-based league for Beach Sprint, its newest discipline that will debut at the Los Angeles 2028 Olympics, which it will operate as a joint venture with…

Szeged in Hungary and Belgrade in Serbia have been awarded hosting rights to the European Rowing Championships in 2024 and 2025, respectively

Shanghai and Amsterdam have been awarded hosting rights to the World Rowing Championships

World Rowing has announced that scheduled World and European Championship events in Sabaudia, Italy will no longer take place due to recent “unforeseen political changes”.

Shanghai has returned to the bidding table for the World Rowing Championships as one of three contenders for the hosting rights to the 2025 event

Morinari Watanabe has been re-elected as president of the International Gymnastics Federation (FIG) after seeing off rival challenger Farid Gayibov, while Jean-Christophe Rolland has secured a further…

Vincent Gaillard, the former chief executive of European Professional Club Rugby, is to take up a new role as executive director of World Rowing

World Rowing’s leadership appears set to remain intact for another four-year term after Jean-Christophe Rolland and Tricia Smith were today (Monday) confirmed to be running unopposed as president and v…