Spectators gather to watch the rowing during day one of the 2018 Henley Royal Regatta alongside the river Thames. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA

Paul O’Donovan and Gary O’Donovan made a winning debut at Henley Royal Regatta. The Skibbereen double looked right at home on the famed two-lane river(...)

Spectators gather to watch the rowing at Henley Royal Regata. Photograph: Steve Parsons/PA Wire

Cork Boat Club justified being selected (seeded) at Henley Royal Regatta with another fine win in the Thames Cup for club eights. They took on Londo(...)

Sam McKeown, who took gold as part of the Queen’s quadruple at Nottingham.

Queen’s University, Belfast, continued their fine run in the BUCS Regatta on Monday, the final day of the event at Nottingham. The men’s Championship (...)

Gary O’Donovan: finished  third in the lightweight rankings and fourth overall at the Ireland Assessment in Cork. Photograph: James Crombie/Inpho

Mark O’Donovan and Shane O’Driscoll, fourth in the world in the lightweight pair, filled the top two spots in the single sculls at the Ireland Assess(...)

Gavan Hennigan: the Galway man on Thursday evening was seventh overall and leading the three solo rowers in the Talisker Whisky Atlantic race to Antigua.

A total of 32 senior and under-23 athletes will attend the Ireland Assessment this weekend at the National Rowing Centre in Cork where they will race(...)

Catherine McKeon:  “Before the accident I wouldn’t have gone to a gym; I wouldn’t have done that much. But after it I took up rowing and Muay Thai and I started going to a gym. And I think that really helped my recovery.”

A jeep changed her life. Catherine McKeon’s motorbike came out the wrong end a crash in Thailand and she was left with a serious brain injury and “ha(...)

Morten Espersen, the Ireland high-performance director, has made a passionate plea to clubs to postpone the Irish Championships next year until after (...)

Conor Carmody (left) and David O’Malley celebrate with gold medallists Hungary after taking silver in the double sculls at the Coupe de la Jeunesse in Bordeaux last weekend.

Nine rowers will represent Northern Ireland at the Commonwealth Games Regatta at Strathclyde in Scotland this weekeend. Queen’s University has the bu(...)