Rowing News

Olympian rower Dattu Bhokanal booked after wife complains of cruelty

Dattu Bhokanal was the only rower to qualify for the 2016 Rio Olympics, and also won gold gold in the 2018 Asian Games in Men's Quadruple sculls.

Water or land, Inderpal Singhs keep rowing

Parminder, son of Sydney Olympian Inderpal, leads India’s charge at the Asian indoor championship.


Asian Games 2014: Two Indian rowing teams make it to finals

The women's pair team of Sanjukta Dung Dung qualified for the final despite finishing 6th in the heat.

Swarn Singh, India’s golden hope at Asian Games

Not surprisingly, Swarn is feeling confident of winning the gold in two weeks’ time.

Scullers seek medals, honour for colleague killed in line of duty

Sangwan lost his life while serving with the UN Peacekeeping Forces in South Sudan last year.

Britain dominate on Dorney Lakeen

Australia's three-times Olympic champion Drew Ginn cried while clutching a photo wrapped in plastic of his two children.


For some,the Games are over. Time to party

The final week is the point where having a rower or a swimmer as a neighbour no longer seems such a good idea.

Britain rules the Olympic waves

Great Britain reaped a record Olympic harvest at the London 2012 rowing regatta which concluded today.

Mahe Drysdale of NZealand wins gold in single sculls

The five-time world champion held off longtime rival Ondrej Synek of the Czech Republic to win in 6 minutes.

Rowing in water,but feet firmly on ground for Indians

A medal is not even a distinct possibility but Indian rowers would look to improve their personal bests.