Molly Curry

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Sionna Healy: “The water is coming from every direction. There’s no sea swell, no flow to it. It’s choppy”

Arklow woman Sionna Healy sat looking down on Victoria Harbour in Hong Kong on Thursday and got ready to take on the “funniest stretch of water I’ve e(...)

Ireland’s two crews took fourth and fifth in the A Finals at the World Junior Championships in Tokyo on Sunday morning. The Ireland junior men’s cox(...)

Ireland’s lightweight double scull of Rhiannon O’Donoghue and Molly Curry. Photograph: Liam Gorman

Ireland’s junior double scull of Rhiannon O’Donoghue and Molly Curry qualified for the A Final at the World Rowing Junior Championships in Tokyo on Sa(...)

Holly Davis: the 14-year-old Cork girl,  one of four Ireland crews to win at the Home Internationals, is a remarkable talent

Holly Davis, the 14-year-old Cork girl who won gold in the junior single sculls at the Home International Regatta last weekend – by almost 12 seconds(...)

Bann were surprisingly emphatic winners in the battle of the junior women’s eights at Athlone Regatta on Saturday after Enniskillen lost the advantage(...)

The Metropolitan Regatta takes place on Saturday in Blessington

The clash of senior eights rivals UCD and Commercial should be a highlight of Metropolitan (Metro) Regatta on Saturday in Blessington. Last time out, (...)

Sanita Puspure in action at the Ireland trials in Cork. Photograph: Liam Gorman

Choppy water and a changeable wind did not dull the sparkle of Paul O’Donovan and Sanita Puspure at the Ireland trials at the National Rowing Centre i(...)

Sanita Puspure: World gold medalist produced a new Iris record at the Irish Indoor Championships. Photograph: Detlev Seyb/Inpho

The Dambuster head of the river scheduled for Saturday has been cancelled because of a forecast of high winds. Yet last weekend’s Irish Indoor Cham(...)

World champion Sanita Purspure is helping with rowing’s popularity

Record entries have become the norm for rowing events in Ireland. On Saturday, the Head of the Shannon at Carrick on Shannon is the biggest it has eve(...)

Dublin’s  Head of the river on Saturday will be run over a slightly shorter-than-usual course of about a mile and a half from O’Connell Bridge to the Trinity weir. Photograph:  Tom Honan

It might tempt fate to say so, but Irish rowers have had some good weather over the last few months as they settled into training programmes for the (...)

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