Ireland Rowers Rack Up A Final Places at World Finals

Ireland had a very good day at the World Rowing Coastal Championships in Oeiras, Portugal, today. Six crews qualified for Saturday’s A Finals – some of them in with a good chance of medals  – while Castletownbere won the B Final of the women’s coxed quadruple....

Ireland Women Make World Coastal Finals

Ireland qualified multiple crews for A Finals at the World Rowing Coastal Championships at Oeiras in Portugal today, but there were a few disappointments. Monika Dukarska, a former gold medallist in the women’s solo, did not make it through after a collision.  In the...

Presidential Election – Here Are The Candidates

Delegates from clubs around the country will get to choose the president of Rowing Ireland come the annual general meeting on October 31st.   Three candidates have put themselves forward. Each has graciously agreed to make their case on RowReport.ie  Here are their...

Mannix Tests Favourite at World Rowing Beach Sprints

Kealan Mannix gave it a good go in the last 16 round of the World Rowing Beach Sprint Finals but lost out to an impressive opponent.  Christopher Bak of the United States had been very fast in the time trials for the solo, while Mannix had work to do on his sprint to...

Close Margins as Mannix Last Man Standing for Ireland

It was a day of tiny margins for Ireland at the World Rowing Beach Sprints in Oeiras in Portugal.  The mixed coxed quadruple competed very well in their quarter-final. David Hussey was first off the mark in the initial sprint and they rowed together competently. They...