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A comprehensive Australian Rowing History — Find out who rowed in these events and the results they achieved. Read about selection and racing issues and also see the trends and growth in the sport in Australia.

Index to the History of Australia Rowing

Australians in International Events

Australian Championships

Australian Rowing Associations

Australian Rowing Clubs

Other Clubs history contributions welcomed

School Rowing

  • Australian Capital Territory
  • New South Wales
  • Queensland
  • South Australia
  • Tasmania
  • Victoria
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News

Vale Paul Rowe

Sadly Paul passed away after a long debilitating illnes. Nick Hunter has provided the following comments on Paul. Paul started with the AIS as a scholarship coach in 1985, before being appointed as the AIS sculling coach from 1990 to 1994. During his time at the AIS Paul coached Australian teams at the 1991, 1993 and 1994 World Championships, and the Australia women’s double scull at the 1992 Barcelona Olympic Games.

Prior to coaching Paul had a distinguished career as an oarsman, and was the Australian lightweight single sculler at the 1975 World Championships in Nottingham. Outside of his AIS commitments Paul always had an eye to both the grass roots of the sport and the next generation of rowers, and regularly found time to coach a range of club and junior athletes. Several of Paul’s former club athletes have since become respected coaches on Australian teams or senior administrators in Australian sport.

Paul is survived by his wife Lizzie, children Kate, Jane, Maud and Jack, and grandchildren.

Vale Phillip Cayzer

Sadly Phil Cayzer passed away on 15th July 2015 aged 93. Phil provided a lifetime of distinguished service to the sport and was one of the greats of our sport.

A tribute to Phil Cayzer can be found on this link.

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