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Saturday, August 12 – The 135th Royal Canadian Henley Regatta started strong for the National Training Centre, with all crews racing in the Women's Championship Pair advancing to the final on Sunday (10:20 a.m. ET). Nicole Hare and Hillary Janssens finished the top...Read more

Sunday, August 6, 2017 – A week of solid performances on the water in Trakai, Lithuania yielded a bronze medal at the World Rowing Juniors Championships from Kieanna Stephens and Grace VandenBroek in the women’s double sculls. The men’s four of Fraser Darling, Neil Kennedy,...Read more

Rowing was capped off this week with a final day of close finishes and great racing on Rabbit Lake.

The day kicked off with a tight race in the lightweight women’s double sculls with B.C. and Saskatchewan battling for first. B.C. would narrowly edge out Saskatchewan with just 3.7 seconds...Read more

Friday, August 4, 2017 – RCA announced today the 2018 RCA National Conference and Semi-Annual Meeting will be held in Toronto at the Chelsea Hotel from January 25 to 28, 2018.

Full details and conference schedule will be released throughout the fall including special...Read more

In the fall of 2015, Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) initiated a review of its High Performance Program following the 2015 World Rowing Championships. This review had the full support of the RCA Board of Directors, leadership team and Own The Podium (OTP). The mandate of the review was to evaluate...Read more

The first medals were given out at Rabbit Lake with Ontario winning the first gold medal at the rowing venue in the lightweight men’s four. British Columbia and Alberta won silver and bronze.

The men’s single sculls was won by World Under-23 Champion Trevor Jones of Ontario and in second...Read more

Tuesday, August 1, 2017 – Today, the draw for the World Rowing Junior Championships took place and the schedule for the three crews can be found here. Kieanna Stephens and Grace...Read more

Tuesday, August 1, 2017 - A second busy day deciding which of the final provinces will race for a medal came to a close with Mother Nature whipping up wind and rain as the final boats came off the race course.  

In the closest racing of the day, the men’s double sculls...Read more

Monday, July 31, 2017 - With 11 heats and four repechage races, it was a busy first day for the more than 190 rowers racing on Rabbit Lake.

The lightweight men’s four and women’s eight bookended the morning with the men’s pair featured in the middle competing in...Read more

Monday, July 31, 2017 –From across all 10 provinces, more than 190 rowers will compete this week at the Canada Summer Games in Kenora, Ontario. The first day of competition is Monday, July 31 and runs to Friday, August 4 at the Kenora Rowing Club. Entry to the rowing venue is...Read more

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