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Protecting Oceans with Rowing

June 8th is World Ocean Day. Water and rowing are inextricably linked. In September 2019 World Rowing renewed a multi-year agreement with World Wildlife Federation (WWF) focused on freshwater initiatives, notably the Kafue River and Rowing Centre in Zambia. But what about salt...

Update on Rowing Travel

The COVID-19 pandemic continues to impact the world, bringing death and economic hardship among many other disruptions. But there are encouraging signs in some locations and a return to rowing and to travel has begun. What does this mean for Rowing The World trips? This post...
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Rowing Wine & Beer Labels

To say that there is a connection between alcohol and rowing is stating the obvious. Consider all the rowing clubs which have a bar. Think Pimm’s and champagne at the Royal Henley Regatta. Remember how good a cold beer can taste at the end of a weekend workout on a hot summer...
COVID 19 and Rowing The World Trips

COVID 19 and Rowing The World Trips

Update 02 July 2020 – The situation remains fluid and we have cancelled or rescheduled many of our trips but some may still run. Please see our 2020 Rowing Trips summary for updates and individual tour pages. We are investigating adding some new trips for 2020 which are...

5 Women Rowers You Don’t Know You Want to Know

Generations of rowers came before us, blazing trail, finessing training, improving boats, and taking the sport to the next level. For women rowers, that trail was often more difficult to blaze than it was for men. The following have either smoothed the waters for women rowing...

Rowing Challenges To Try or Admire From Afar

2020 is off to an interesting start, just as 2019 ended with umph. That is from a rowing perspective, not just thinking about Brexit, coronavirus outbreaks and the US presidential elections. Recent announcements that coastal rowing will replace flatwater racing in the 2022 Youth...

PEI Rowing: Little Province Big Rowing

Prince Edward Island is Canada’s smallest province. But the Island, as people on PEI call it, consistently exceeds expectations. On the tourism front, the appeal of Anne of Green Gables, gorgeous red sand beaches and plentiful lobster suppers means that little PEI has about four...