Maadi parade, the school curriculum crunched into a one-hour walk

There’ll be a lot going on when Sunday comes around in Twizel: history, stats, art, music, culture and more.

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Raetara’s return

One of the Waikato’s most promising school rowers has had to overcome some tough times.

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Giant Joe and the Maadi miracle

The Aon Maadi Regatta has sprung many great stories over the years, but few can rival the grim day on Ruataniwha that sparked something great.

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More than a high performance partnership

Milford has committed to a partnership with Rowing NZ. The first time the Milford brand has partnered with a sport in our 20-year history.

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Calm waters bodes well for future of Wellington rowing

Wellington’s rowing clubs have a new, state-of-the-art facility after a shared training base was opened at the end of February.

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The gift that keeps on giving

Aon celebrates another season of putting a boy and a girl in a boat.

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My family, my school, my rowsuit, my courage

On the eve of the Aon Maadi Regatta, former Marian College rower Libby Galbraith shares her incredible journey with Andy Hay.

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Off to the Cape of good hopes

Ian Hamilton is inviting rowers to get behind his ocean-going cause.

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Draft Day delivers

Karapiro came to a standstill as the two big eights races capped off a fantastic final day

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Premier events go prime time

The Summer Squad kick off their campaign for the year while Avon and two smaller clubs prove that big hearts carry you a long way down Lake Karapiro.

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The moments that come out of the blue

It’s been a series of unexpected highs and lows for Holly Chaafe.

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