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ROWING: Australia Rowing Team member and London 2012 silver medal-winning athlete, Kate Hornsey, has formally announced her retirement from rowing. Joining Hornsey in announcing her retirement is Australian Rowing Team coxswain, Elizabeth Patrick.
ROWING: When the waters calmed at the end of the eight day Olympic rowing regatta at Eton Dorney, Kim Crow had established herself as a new Australian rowing legend after creating history in the women’s single and double scull for Australia.
ROWING: The Australian women’s pair of Sarah Tait and Kate Hornesy have claimed a stunning silver medal behind the Great British pair in the first rowing final of the Games at Eton Dorney.
ROWING: Four weeks ago, supermum Sarah Tait went under the knife to prepare for the London Games. On Wednesday, she'll attempt to continue British female rowing's Olympic pain.
ROWING: Australia’s defending double sculls gold medallists David Crawshay and Scott Brennan had a disappointing start to the rowing competition at Eton Dorney today.
ROWING: Australia’s rowers will face their busiest day of the 2012 London Olympic Games on Saturday as eight boats take to the water on the opening day of competition.
The rowing section of the Australian Olympic Team has been announced today with 46 athletes off to the London Olympic Games. Australia’s “lucky 13” crews are charged with the task of lifting the Australian medal tally at the Eton Dorney rowing course.
Australia’s top rowers enjoyed a strong hit out at the NSW State Championships over the weekend with the women’s double scull combination of Kim Crow (VIC) and Brooke Pratley (NSW) best performed at the Sydney International Regatta Centre.
Australian women’s pair of Sarah Tait (VIC) and Kate Hornsey (TAS) have capped off their remarkable regatta by winning a bronze medal at the 2011 FISA World Rowing Championships in Bled, Slovenia.