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Meet this year's Future Athlete Bursary winners.Read more

It was Mother Nature’s mea culpa Saturday at the National Rowing Championships. 

With the sun shining and the winds calm on Martindale Pond in St. Catharines, she was clearly in the mood to do better by athletes rowing in the A/B finals after weather forced competition to be suspended Friday.Read more

Martindale Pond in St. Catharines started off Friday as a hospitable host to National Rowing Championship athletes. 

But as the wind picked up in the afternoon, the Royal Canadian Henley Rowing Course became noticeably less cordial. That was reflected in the race times clocked and tactics taken by athletes who vied for a spot in Saturday’s A/B finals.Read more

A recap of Day 1 from the National Rowing Championships in St. Catharines, Ont.Read more

College crews across the country are looking forward to another competitive university rowing season.Read more

The Canadian Women’s eight wins a bronze medal at the World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette.Read more

A couple of fourth place finishes for the Canadians as the competition stiffens one year ahead of Rio.Read more

One more Canadian crew qualified for the Rio Olympics today as the semi-finals wrapped up, setting the stage for a weekend of finals.Read more

The legs/trunk/arms mixed coxed four has won Canada’s first medal at the 2015 World Rowing Championships.Read more

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