Sanita Puspure, who won bronze in the single sculls at the European Championships, was unable to compete in the trial due to injury. Photograph: Alan Betson

The 28-year-old finishes second behind Sinead Jennings in lightweight single sculls

Franciscus Goutier of the Netherlands (silver), Andrew Campbell Jr of the United States (gold) and Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan of Ireland (bronze) during the medal ceremony of the U-23 lightweight men’s single sculls at the 2013 World Rowing U- 23 Championships in Linz-Ottensheim, Austria.

Men’s lightweight double of Gary and Paul O’Donovan will draw particular scrutiny

Irish international lightweight double rowers Gary and Paul O’Donovan and coach John  Holland.

British-based rowers to make trip to NRC in bid to make Irish team

 Amy Bulman: the University College Cork rower was the fastest woman’s single sculler at the Muckross Head of the River. Photograph:  Inpho

Skibbereen and Lee Rowing Club share honour for pennants won

Paul Giblin (second from left) was diagnosed with refractory Hodgkin’s Lymphona in April 2012.

Former marathon runner says she underestimated level of skill involved in rowing

Turlough Hughes

Irish Sports Council’s decision welcomed by performance director, Morten Espersen

Single sculler Emma Twigg who was honoured at the 2014 World Rowing Awards which were presented at the recent Fisa World Coaches Conference in Rio de Janeiro.

Ireland performance director Morten Espersen honoured by Danish Sports Federation

Mark O’Donovan and Niall Kenny, with coach John Holland. O’Donovan and Kenny were part of the lightweight quadruple which finished 10th at the Fours’ Head of the River in London last weekend.

Wind on Blessington Lakes set to drop off for Head of the River

Sinead Jennings  celebrates winning the silver medal in the Women’s Lightweight Single Sculls at the 2008 Rowing World Cup. Photo:  Inpho

Former world champion aiming to compete in 2016 Olympic Games

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