Rowing Australia has announced the launch of a new Para-rowing pathway programme titled "#Passport2Paris", as the national governing body aims to introduce new athletes to the sport.
Members of the French Para-rowing team have been able to train together this month for the first time since the coronavirus-enforced lockdown.
Paralympic and world champion Lauren Rowles broke her own world indoor rowing record at the British Rowing Virtual Championships.
American Paralympic star Angela Madsen is set to attempt to row across the Pacific Ocean in the latest gruelling challenge of her career.
World Rowing announces cancellation of numerous events with Olympic and Paralympic qualifiers among those off
World Rowing has announced the cancellation of a number of events due to the coronavirus pandemic, including qualification regattas for this year's Olympic and Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
British Rowing has launched a campaign to help find new athletes to join its Para-rowing talent development programme.
USRowing has been awarded an adaptive sports grant for the sixth consecutive year by the United States Department for Veteran Affairs.
Roman Polianskyi of Ukraine and Norway's Birgit Skarstein claimed gold in the PR1 men's and women's single sculls finals on the last day of the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Kyle Fredrickson and Andrew Todd of Canada retained their Para PR3 men's pair title at the World Rowing Championships in Austria.
Belarusian Para-rower Dzmitry Ryshkevich has died at the age of 33 after he capsized during a training session at the World Championships in Linz-Ottensheim in Austria.
Australia topped both the points and medal table in Europe for the first time as they won a maiden World Rowing Cup of the season in Poznań.
The first American training centre for rowers with disabilities in the United States, the USRowing Para Training Center-Boston, has opened in association with Community Rowing, Inc. (CRI).
British double Paralympic gold medallist shows versatility by reaching World Championships in new sport
Great Britain’s double Paralympic gold medallist Rachel Morris has shown her incredible versatility once again, qualifying for the World Para Nordic Skiing Championships having already won Paralympic medals in two other sports.
The International Federation for Athletes with Intellectual Impairments (INAS) has launched an online indoor rowing competition to attract more athletes from around the world.
Rowing Australia have announced that Para-athletes are now eligible to receive the same performance based funding as their able-bodied counterparts.