The O’Donovan brothers finished fourth in the Premier Double Sculls in New Zealand. Photograph: Srdjan Stevanovic/Inpho

Max Murphy took gold and silver medals at the New Zealand Rowing Championships in hot conditions on Lake Karapiro. The big UCD man, rowing for Waikato(...)

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(...)

Ireland coach Dominic Casey has urged caution in assessing their chances of medals given that they are taking on some of the best in the world - in borrowed boats. Photograph: Inpho

Irish rowers had a good second day at the New Zealand Rowing Championships on Lake Karapiro, and have set up finals in three Premier (open weight) eve(...)

Ireland’s Paul O’Donovan competed in the Premier (heavyweight) single in New Zealand. Photograph: Inpho

Paul O’Donovan had the standout performance for the Irish contingent on the first day of the New Zealand Rowing Championships, while UCD’s Max Murphy (...)

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(...)

 Paul O’Donovan of the Skibbereen rowing quartet. Photograph: ©INPHO/Mummycooks

The days ahead will be busy ones for Irish rowers. The four elite oarsmen who have won glory – and a stack of medals – on foreign waters test themselv(...)

Paul O’Donovan has reached the final of the heavyweight single sculls in New Zealand. Photograph: Detlev Seyb/Inpho

Paul O’Donovan, the world lightweight champion in the single sculls, qualified for the final of the heavyweight single sculls at the North Island Rowi(...)

Mark O’Donovan and Shane O’Driscoll competed as a heavyweight pair for the first time on foreign waters at the North Island Championships in New Zealand. Photograph: Detlev Seyb/Inpho

Shane O’Driscoll and Mark O’Donovan, the world champions in the lightweight pair, have had their first competitive outing as a heavyweight pair on for(...)

The double of Gary and Paul O’Donovan will compete as heavyweights in the North Island Championships as they do not need to taper to lightweight this early in the season. Photograph: Dan Sheridan/Inpho

Ireland lightweight coach Dominic Casey heads for New Zealand on Monday to join Paul and Gary O’Donovan and Shane O’Driscoll and Mark O’Donovan as the(...)

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(...)

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