The world of punting sounds sedate but a recent hit-and-run has revealed dark currents beneath the surface
Helen Glover and Polly Swann took gold at the World Cup in Lucerne on Sunday, their third title in 2013.
It may be Wimbledon finals and Henley Regatta, but forecasters hold out hope for perfect weather
The annual rowing race has come in for criticism after a boat colliding with a brood of ducks
Basketball, handball, wrestling and table tennis miss out on funding altogether
Sebastian Coe is to be honoured for his achievements on and off the track by being given the Lifetime Achievement Award at tonight's BBC Sports Personality of the Year awards.
Royal Mail postboxes painted gold to celebrate Britain's Olympic winners will not be returned to red.
The renowned trade publication Architects Journal doesn't only break news. It also publishes erudite and sharp comment, such as this blog by influential Senior Editor James Pallister. He addresses the question of whether or not Trenton Oldfield, the man who interrupted the last boat race in protest at social injustice, deserved to be jailed for six months. And he writes from the perspective of someone who went to Cambridge and has rowed plenty.
Sir Chris Hoy started his campaign today to become the greatest British Olympian ever with an impressive win in the first round of the keirin.
Dazzling success at Eton Dorney down to a mentality where there is no place for second-best
I’m now so emotional that I’d weep at Rick Witter from Shed Seven clanking through ‘Goingfor gold’
The London 2012 Olympic rowing regatta has been declared the best of all time by the sport's world governing body FISA.
Great Britain celebrated two more Olympic gold medals and a silver at Eton Dorney on an historic - and dramatic - Super Saturday for British rowing.
The main event on what could be a glorious weekend for British athletics is the culmination of the women's heptathlon. After a strong start from Jessica Ennis, and a surprisingly good one from Katarina Johnson-Thompson, the heptathlon has its final events tonight.
The mother of an Olympic rower has said she forgot about her 43-year wedding anniversary because she was so caught up in watching the Games.
Niger's Hamadou Djibo Issaka received the roar of a home gold medallist from the Eton Dorney crowd as he finished 33rd and last in the men's single sculls.