Kehoe needs top-five finish at worlds for Rio Olympic shot
TOOWOOMBA'S Sally Kehoe and team-mate Olympia Aldersey will attempt to qualify Australia's women's double scull boat for next year's Rio Olympics when the compete in the World Championships B Final in Lac d'Aiguebelette, France tomorrow.
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Crow coasts to Olympic rowing berth
Australia has qualified two boats - the women's single sculls and men's double scull - for the Rio Olympics at the rowing world championships in France.
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Aust rowers book Rio berths
Three Australian crews have secured berths at next year's Rio Olympics after making the world title finals.
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Rio hopes fade for Aussie rowing eights
Australia's Rio Olympics rowing team look set to head to Brazil next year without either a men's or women's eight after missing qualification in France. [Don't mind the fact Luzern next year has 2 spots for qualification. Ed]
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Para semifinals decide Paralympic qualifiers
The 2015 World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France turned on flat water and mild conditions for the afternoon of para-rowing semifinals. As the top eight boats in each of these boat classes would earn 2016 Paralympic qualification spots, the first six qualifiers were decided following these races.
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Olympic hopes on line for Aussie rowers
Australia's men's and women's eights need to finish top two in their repechages at the rowing world championships to keep alive their Rio Olympics chances.
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Water will be clean in time for Games - Rio 2016 chief
The water quality at the Olympic sailing venue in Rio de Janeiro is a serious issue but will be resolved by the time the Games begin next year, Rio Organising Committee president Carlos Nuzman said on Tuesday.
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Aust rowing eights face repechages
The Australian eights crews missed direct qualification for their finals at the world rowing titles however the women's quad scull have impressed.
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From lightweights to big boats; a full day two of Aiguebelette racing
Racing on day two at the 2015 World Rowing Championships in Aiguebelette, France included an eclectic mix of boat classes with everything from the International boat class of the men's coxed pair and lightweight men's pair, through to the Olympic boat class, the women's eight.
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First step on way to Rio Olympic qualification
Today, on the beautiful Lake Aiguebelette in Aiguebelette, France, athletes took the first step towards qualifying as they raced in the first day of heats.
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Good start for Australia at rowing champs
Five Australian crews at the World Rowing Championships in France have qualified for the quarter-finals or semi-finals on the opening day of competition.
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Eight can lift for rowing worlds: Chapman
London Olympics silver medallist James Chapman says the Australian men's eight are primed to book their spot for the Rio Games.
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Crow leads Aussie charge at rowing worlds
Kim Crow will be out to reclaim her title as single sculls world champion in France next week when Rio Olympics qualification will also be at stake.
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