Germany Take Home Gold at World Champs

After a tense second day, Germany netted both team and individual gold medals here in Portugal on the Montemor rowing course.  Most of team England started off strong on day two catching on the slider and then moving onto the pole before taking a gamble targeting mullet. Will Raison had… Read more

Top Five Finish for Team England at World Champs – Day One

The first day of the 65th World Championships has drawn to a close with team England in fifth place seven points behind Belgium. The day started slow for team England after opting to feed less than on prior practice  days. Due to this, the other teams capitalised with an early… Read more

Final Practice Day Comes to a Close at The World Champs

The final day of official practice has now finished in Portugal for Team England and with team selections made, it’s now time to prep for an early start tomorrow mornings match. Here in Portugal the temperatures plummeted overnight making for a very moody and misty venue first thing. This years… Read more

Team England U25’s Scoop Silver in World Championship

After a week’s long hard practise in blistering temperatures up to 39 degrees the Drennan England U25s came home with a stunning Silver Team medal and were very unlucky not to scoop gold. Team captain, Mark Downes, runs through the two days: This years event was held on the Cavo Lama… Read more

Steve Hemingray Retains Top Spot In World Rankings

With the inclusion of the results from the 2017 World Cup held in Belgium, the World Performance ranking for the five-year period (2013-17) has been published. Steve closes the five-year period with a great average of 2.50 and even improves on his rating of 2.83 from the 2012-16 period. His placings consisted of four firsts, one… Read more