Olympic rower Grace Luczak's killer erg sprints
Grace Luczak gives a quick tutorial on how to use an erg machine -- and shares one of the workouts she uses on bad-weather days.
Wiggins flounders in rowing debut
Sir Bradley Wiggins was left disappointed as the five-time Olympic cycling champion returned to competition as a novice rower on Saturday.
Wiggins to race at Indoor Rowing Champs
British Rowing has welcomed the news that eight-time Olympic medalist and former Tour de France winner Bradley Wiggins will take part in the British Indoor Championships in December.
2-time Olympic champion rower Murray retires
Two-time Olympic champion Eric Murray has announced his retirement from rowing.
GB rowing heroes take on new challenge: London Marathon
As inseparable rowing partners, Helen Glover and Heather Stanning did nothing but win for five years. But when they become opponents in the upcoming London Marathon, something has to give.
Oxford beat Cambridge in the Boat Race
Oxford have beaten Cambridge to win the 163rd edition of the men's Boat Race and their fourth in the past five years.
Team GB golden girl Helen Glover still weighing up Tokyo 2020 bid
Olympic gold medallist Helen Glover has told ESPN she will make her "difficult" decision whether to retire from competitive rowing in the next couple of months.
Nothing could keep Singaporean rower from Olympic dream
Saiyidah Aisyah overcame physical and financial hardships to become the first rower from Singapore to compete in the Olympics.
Mary Whipple on the U.S. women's rowing eight
The U.S. women's rowing eight won its third Olympic gold medal in a row. We asked former coxswain Mary Whipple to talk about what it took to build that remarkable streak.
Wallace and Tame win bronze in men's K2
Australian rowers Ken Wallace and Lachlan Tame have combined to snatch a bronze medal in the men's K2 event at the Rio Olympics.
Who is Kim Brennan?
Australian rower Kim Brennan won the women's single sculls at Rio's Lagoa Stadium - but who is she?
So close! Croatian misses rowing gold by an inch
New Zealand's Mahe Drysdale and Croatia's Damir Martin finished the race in the same time but a photo analysis showed the bow of Drysdale's boat was in front by 3 centimeters, or an inch.
U.S. women's 3rd straight rowing win a new gold standard
The historic victory was celebrated, but not in the traditional manner. The coxswain wasn't tossed into the water for concern over the bacteria levels.
Hold on gold: U.S. rallies to win women's eight
The U.S. women's eight rallied to win the gold medal in Rio to continue their dominance. The Americans have won 11 consecutive world and Olympic titles since 2006.
Kim Brennan rows to gold
Australian rower Kim Brennan has snapped an eight-year Olympic gold medal drought with victory in the women's single sculls at Rio's Lagoa Stadium.
Australian men's quad win silver
The hot favourite quad men's sculls crew have been unable to break Australia's eight-year rowing Olympic gold medal drought, relegated to silver in Rio by some German rowing precision.
Australian men's four into rowing final
Australia has emerged as a genuine challenger to four-time Olympic rowing champions Great Britain in the men's four after advancing to the final with a resounding win in the semis.
'Need more training time' - Dattu
India's solitary rower Dattu Baban Bhokanal speaks of his journey to the Olympics and stresses on the importance of training in order to succeed.
Beer behind Aussie rower's Olympic career
A student budget and a love of beer has landed Australian rower Chris Morgan at the Rio Olympics.
Olympic rowing hotbed isn't where you think it is
The hottest U.S. spot for rowing isn't in the Ivy League; it's on the other side of the country. The University of Washington has a rich history in the sport and can add to its legacy in Rio.
Aussies in Action Rio 2016
When are the Australian athletes competing in Rio de Janeiro?
How a California high school keeps cranking out Olympians
Woodrow Wilson Classical High School has been represented at every Summer Games dating to 1952. The Long Beach school's secret to Olympic success? It's something in the water.
Kim Brennan the toughest taskmaster
Kim Brennan has created history even before her oar touches the water in the single sculls at the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Stephanie Brantz writes.
Australian women outnumber men in Rio
Following the late call up of the Australian women's eight team, for the first time, more females than males will represent the country at a summer Olympic Games.
Australian women's eights to borrow equipment
Despite their late call up, and lack of boat or oars, the Australian women's eights team say their ready for their Rio challenge replacing banned Russia crew.
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GBR 23 CHN 18
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Manuel 2 McKeon 2
Oleksiak 2 Chalmers 2
What athletes eat: Sprinter Jessica Beard's stuffed shells
When Jessica Beard has some spare time, she likes to make this dish -- a lighter version of the pasta favorite.
IOC president has 'serious concerns' about boxing federation
IOC president Thomas Bach has voiced "serious concerns" about new AIBA president Gafur Rakhimov as well as the organization's finances and anti-doping program.
Ethiopia's Lelisa Desisa, Kenya's Mary Keitany win NYC Marathon
Mary Keitany and Lelisa Desisa won the New York City Marathon on Sunday, with Keitany dominating the strong women's field for her fourth victory in the event and Desisa surging ahead of two other runners near the finish line.
What athletes eat: Hurdler Jasmin Stowers' fruit smoothie bowl
Seven-time All-American Jasmin Stowers has a degree in nutrition and food science. She puts it to use in this nutrient-packed recipe.
Gary Player: Amateurs must be king to grow golf
"The pro is not that important," the South African golf legend says. It's the average person who comes to the course, to enjoy the game and have fun. That is key."
Simone Biles wraps up remarkable worlds with fourth gold medal
Simone Biles won the floor exercise at the world gymnastics championships Saturday and added a bronze on balance beam to wrap up a remarkable meet in which she competed while battling a kidney stone.