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Amazingly, the entire 1954 British Empire Games crew is still alive to talk about it. Courtesy of Vancouer Sun, story by Gary Kingston.

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The curtain closed yesterday on the 2014 World Rowing U23 Championships in Italy.  Canada’s lone gold medal hung proudly around the necks of the five men from the coxed four.

The crew of Trofym Anderson, Michael Thornton, Martin Barakso, Tim Shrijver and...Read more


At the conclusion of the second day of racing at the World U23 Rowing Championships, two crews have already secured places in the coveted A finals and a further four crews remain in the hunt.  An A final is necessary for a podium finish.

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Just as Canada’s senior team returned to home soil following their World Cup campaign, the Under 23 team (U23) was preparing for a grueling 5-day battle in Italy with action beginning tomorrow. The rowers are competing at the annual World Rowing...Read more

The sun set in Mexico City on a Canadian team glimmering in splendid Mexican silver, ending the final day of racing at the Pan American Sports Festival.

Kerry Shaffer started the podium trend in the women’s single sculls event. Shaffer implemented a...Read more

The business end of the Pan American Olympic Festival Regatta started today with five Canadian crews contesting A finals.

The men’s double of Andrew Stewart-Jones and Paul Thiessen rowed a strong race to place second behind a formidable...Read more

This Saturday and Sunday, Burnaby Lake will host Rowing Canada Aviron’s 2014 Canadian Masters Championships. The event has received a record number of entrants, taking entries from 800 crews representing 50 clubs from across North and South America. 

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Article and image courtesy of Laurie Gobeil, Journal le Lac-St-Jean

The Alma Rowing Club gained exceptional visibility last Saturday, when several of the team’s athletes earned spots on the podium at the coastal rowing regatta...Read more

Four Canadian crews fought for podium finishes during the final day of racing in Lucerne, as spectators were spoilt for tight and fierce racing ahead of the all-important 2014 World Rowing Championships in six weeks time.

The men’s four were the first Canadians to be on the podium winning...Read more