Two of Otago's top young rowers are set to pull on national colours.
This a story about perseverance and never giving up. About hanging in there when the going gets tough. Getting the rewards after a long wait. Reporter Jeff Cheshire talks to Otago Boys’ High School...
Otago's best young rowers will be eyeing medals at the country's biggest school sporting event next week.
Two-time Olympic rowing champion Mahe Drysdale is considering switching allegiance to Fiji in a bid to get to the Tokyo Olympics.
Two-time Olympic gold medalist and world rowing champion Hamish Bond, who moved to cycling in 2017 and competed in the Commonwealth Games, is returning to the water.
Eva Hofmans, of the Otago club, won two finals at the national championships at Lake Ruataniwha on Saturday.
Twizel's infamous wind caused significant delays to racing in the New Zealand rowing championships yesterday.
Macaela Turfus is eyeing up a big year and hoping it starts well at the New Zealand Championships, which begin on Lake Ruataniwha today.
Dunstan Arm won eight golds at the South Island rowing championships over the weekend as the club continues to reach new heights.
Choppy water and warmer temperatures are two things Caoimhe (pronounced Queeva) Dempsey was not used.