Emma Twigg elected to world rowing’s athletes’ commission

Eight New Zealand crews raced at World Rowing Cup II from 16 to 19 June in their first taste of World Rowing action since the 2019 World Rowing Championships.

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2021 New Zealand Rowing Association Awards

See the award winners from the 2021 New Zealand Rowing Association Awards. The Lifetime award went to Barrie Mabbott.

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The madness, misery and magic of Maadi

Twelve hundred exhausted school rowers travel home from their national championships in Twizel today — a journey a thousand times shorter than the one to get there, writes Karen Holdom

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The Rutledge boys of St Andrew’s College

This year’s Aon Maadi Cup marked the end of a lengthy family tradition for the Rutledge boys of St Andrew’s College.

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The resurgence of Rangi Ruru’s rowing dynasty

Christchurch girls’ school Rangi Ruru has earned the crown of the country’s top rowing school at the Maadi Cup.

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Promising young rowers win a Laszlo single scull for their schools

Two schools from the south of the South Island were the delighted recipients of a new single at the recent Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Ruataniwha.

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2022 Aon Maadi Cup wrap-up

We are big believers that once we hit the front, we can do it. Once we did, we just knew we had it. We’ve fought from the front all season.

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A message from Aon July 2022

Marking 75 years of success, the 2022 Aon Maadi cup is one for the record books.

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A bit about Kathryn Glen…

Hi, I’m Kathryn Glen, and I am a part of the Elite development team. This is my third year in the U23 rowing team.

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Every stroke is an opportunity to do better

Twenty-one-year old Kobe Miller is a proud Marlburian and is making an indelible mark in the rowing world.

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Fifty years on…

Fifty years on, it remains one of New Zealand’s most memorable Olympic medal ceremonies.

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A qualified Level 3 umpire

Eight New Zealand crews raced at World Rowing Cup II from 16 to 19 June in their first taste of World Rowing action since the 2019 World Rowing Championships.

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