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Four Canadian schools won gold at Mercer Lake in New Jersey, competing at the 2014 Scholastic Rowing Association of America Championships. The regatta, which welcomes over 170 public and private schools, had brilliant conditions for the racing over 22 and 23 May.

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Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) is excited to announce that the 2014 National Rowing Championships are to be hosted by Victoria City Rowing Club. Taking place over November 7 to 9, it will be the third time that VCRC play’s host to RCA’s premier...Read more

AthletesCAN and Investors Group announced on May 9 that national team member Emily Cameron (pictured, far left) has been awarded a $5,000 Team Investors Group Amateur Athletes Fund bursary.Read more

Damp skies over the Welland last weekend couldn’t contain the heat rising from the legions of our best rowers vying for spots on Canadian National Teams as Rowing Canada Aviron (RCA) prepares for a busy summer of racing.Read more

The 82-year-old St. Catharines native, who will be inducted into the St. Catharines Sports Hall of Fame May 6, has been coaching for 59 years and has no plans to retire from his work with the Ridley Graduate Boat Club or Ridley College.Read more

After a long winter, rowers, volunteers and spectators alike basked in the sunshine at Burnaby Lake this past weekend at the RCA Spring Trials West. Read more

Prominent among the Crown Jewels of world rowing events resides the Oxford-Cambridge Boat Race, writes guest contributor Grant Sommers.Read more

On Wednesday (April 2), the Canadian Olympic Committee announced the 2014 Olympic Hall of Fame inductees which included the 2008 Olympic Gold Medal Men’s 8 Rowing Team.Read more

This past weekend (March 28-30, 2014), the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) hosted the CAC Annual Women in Coaching Workshop in Ottawa, Canada.This past weekend (March 28-30, 2014), the Coaching Association of Canada (CAC) hosted the CAC Annual Women in Coaching Workshop in Ottawa, Canada.Read more

With all three Canadian crews in the finals of this weekend’s World Rowing Cup in Sydney, Australia, the women’s pair of Natalie Mastracci of Thorold, Ont., and Susanne Grainger of London, Ont., reached the podium todayRead more

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