Olympic champion Heather Stanning aims to combine her army career with a bid to regain her place in the GB rowing team.
British double Olympic champion Tom James has retired from professional rowing to focus on a career in business consultancy.
Heather Stanning shows sport is a key part of British military life, and it will remain so as troops withdraw from Afghanistan
Olympic gold medallist Heather Stanning has taken part in a homecoming parade after finishing a six-month tour of Afghanistan.
World para-rowing champion Pamela Relph admits motivating herself was tough after winning gold at London 2012.
Olympic champion Helen Glover expects a battle for places before Great Britain defend their women's pairs title in 2016.
GB coach Jurgen Grobler's World Championships tactical gamble paid off, says Olympic champion Katherine Grainger
GB's men's eight win gold at the World Championships, their first victory in the event in the competition's history.
Helen Glover and Polly Swann win gold for Great Britain in the women's pair at the Rowing World Championships in Chungju, South Korea.
Great Britain's rowers win two bronze medals at the World Championships in South Korea.
Richard and Peter Chambers win their lightweight men's double semi-final at the World Championships in South Korea.
Great Britain defend their title in the para-rowing mixed coxed four event at the World Championships in Korea.
GB single sculler Alan Campbell and the women's eight reach the Rowing World Championships semi-finals.
Great Britain's men's eight team reach the World Championships final, but Tom Aggar narrowly misses out in his heat.
Richard and Peter Chambers progress from the heats at the World Championships in South Korea along with Alan Campbell.
Olympic champion Helen Glover and Polly Swann in the women's pair are among five heat winners for GB at the World Championships.
Andy Triggs Hodge says the decision to put all Britain's best rowers in the men's eight is "risky, but exciting".
Great Britain have a minimum target of four medals at the World Rowing Championships, which start on Sunday.
The British Athletes Commission's new anti-doping advisor Zac Purchase says drugs cheats are "abhorrent".
Devon's Bill Lucas is picked as part of the Great Britain rowing squad for the World Championships in Korea.
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