A day of threes on day two

Three one-eyed coaches, a family treble and the birth of a new boat class

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Power moves and power strokes

Women’s four shows the strength of taking your chances.

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The moment has arrived

Whether you’re here for the first time, or the 50th, the National Rowing Championships is a celebration of dedication and determination.

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How the military found its ‘target species’

Rowers are top of the list when it comes to finding new recruits in the Armed Forces.

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Best Rowing Camp Food – words from our rowing whanau

We ran a competition recently, asking you to let us know what food went down the best for you at rowing camp. We received some excellent entries, so we are sharing them in case you need some inspiration!

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Finding friendship

Auckland Rowing Club representatives join clubs from South Africa and the UK at a friendship regatta held in Calcutta, India.

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The year that changed everything

Andy Hay pens a tribute to the colour, characters and some of the centrepieces of 1978 World Rowing Championships.

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Setbacks and success for Jamie Hindle-Daniels

Christmas came early for Jamie Hindle-Daniels when in mid-December he was awarded both a Prime Minister’s Scholarship for 2024, and a Prime Minister’s Scholarship internship.

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Honour for Wellington rowing stalwart

Wellington Rowing Club volunteer Laurie Counsell has been recognised for services to rowing in the New Year’s Honours List.

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