Damian Browne

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Damian Browne in Antigua after completing his solo row.

After 63 days, six hours and 25 minutes at sea, solo rower Damian Browne has completed the Atlantic Challenge rowing race. The Galway man rowed across(...)

Damian Browne: Thanked his supporters for their encouragement.

A former Leinster and Connacht Rugby star has completed a solo Atlantic crossing by rowing 4,800km. Damian Browne crossed the finish line of the Tali(...)

Hamish Adams, outgoing chief executive, Rowing Ireland: named the  Get Going, Get Rowing programme, which introduces young people to the sport, as a  highlight of his time in charge

The president of Rowing Ireland, Eamonn Colclough, says the board will move quickly to put in place a successor to Hamish Adams, who announced his re(...)

Antonio Maurogiovanni, who has very firm beliefs about his style of coaching, has run up against opposition from athletes in the high performance system

Neville Maxwell, the chairman of the High Performance Committee of Rowing Ireland, has defended the committee’s choice of Antonio Maurogiovanni as hi(...)

Ireland’s Sanita Puspure:  she faces disciplinary proceedings because of her tweet in which she expressed her disappointment at the removal of her coach Sean Casey. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Ireland Olympian Sanita Puspure faces disciplinary proceedings because of her tweet in which she expressed her disappointment at the removal of her co(...)

The calm before the storm: Damian Browne celebrates Christmas Day. Photograph: Damian Bowne/Atlantic Row via Facebook

Irish man Damian Browne has had dramatic times in the Atlantic Challenge rowing race. He suffered a cut, bruising and a serious skin abrasion beside h(...)

Damian Browne: former Leinster rugby player is competing in the race from Canary Islands to Antigua. Photograph: Donall Farmer/Inpho

Damian Browne is back on track in the Atlantic Rowing Race. The retired professional rugby player had a rough few days at the start of the row from t(...)

Olympic silver medalists Gary and Paul O’Donovan with coach Dominic Casey at Skibbereen Rowing Club. Photograph: Michael MacSweeney/Provision

Relentless, crewed by three Corkmen and a Dubliner, slotted into third in the rankings in the Atlantic Challenge rowing race on Thursday evening. A (...)

Kilmacabea Rowing Club’s girls U-12 crew taking part in the All-Ireland Coastal Rowing Championships in Wexford. Photograph: Valerie O’Sullivan,

There is promising action on the water in Cork and Leitrim this weekend – and some drama off it. The announcement that there is to be a new Irish C(...)

Antonio Maurogiovanni: “I want to have everyone on more or less the same page.”

The new Ireland high-performance director is unlike his predecessors. The striking difference is his attitude to coach and athlete education; Antonio (...)

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