Para-rowers to compete at all levels in HOCR Regatta 2016

by Row360

This year, for the first time, rowers with disabilities are competing at all levels at this weekend’s Head of the

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Heroic racing seals the deal on the final day at Lagoa

by Rachel Quarrell

Saturday 13 August, Rio de Janeiro. Rowing could not have picked a better moment to display its full glory.  IOC

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Gold medal rush continues as legends battle on the Lagoa

by Rachel Quarrell

Friday 12 August, Rio de Janeiro. Nobody gets a medal easily:  rowers leave their heart, soul and aching muscles out

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Champions anointed on first finals day

by Rachel Quarrell

Thursday 11th August, Rio de Janeiro. Joy lit up the Lagoa on Thursday 11th August, as the first six sets

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Weather worsens: finals put on hold as FISA goes to plan B

by Rachel Quarrell

Wednesday 10 August, Rio de Janeiro Leaving the course in golden sunlight on Tuesday night there was no sign that

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Day 4 in Rio: Dreams start to tumble on the Lagoa

by Rachel Quarrell

Wednesday 10 August, Rio de Janeiro Tuesday reminded us that the sharp end of the Olympic regatta is rapidly approaching,

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Olympic Regatta Day 3: Conditions improve as intensity builds

by Rachel Quarrell

Monday 8 August, Rio de Janeiro And on the third day the wind calmed down.  Monday dawned dark, drizzly and

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Sunday report: Racing cancelled on beleaguered lake

by Rachel Quarrell

Sunday 7 August, Rio de Janeiro Five more rowers went for impromptu dips in the waters of the Lagoa de

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Protests and a capsize as the Lagoa de Freitas takes its revenge on rowing

by Rachel Quarrell

Saturday 6 August 2016, Rio De Janeiro “At the moment it’s pancake flat and looking good”.  The words of former

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Olympic Preview

by Rachel Quarrell

Saturday 6 August 2016, Rio De Janeiro. Olympic regatta previews traditionally follow a pattern. Boat class by boat class, who’s

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