#TuksRowing: Tuks men’s A-crew set first with 11th consecutive USSA Boat Race Regatta victory
Posted on September 15, 2019
The absolute hunger to be the best led to the Tuks rowers setting four firsts during the USSA Boat Race Regatta in Port Alfred.
#TuksRowing: Tuks rowing captain wishes to duel it out during USSA Boat Race
Posted on September 12, 2019
If Nikita Prinsloo can have one wish come true from tomorrow during the USSA Boat Race Regatta in Port Alfred, it will be that the Tuks women's rowing crew get to be involved in a "do or die" duel.
#TuksRowing: Tuks rowers aim to rewrite the record books during USSA Boat Race
Posted on September 11, 2019
Nine men all focussed on only one goal. That is to win the USSA Boat Race in Port Alfred for an 11th consecutive time is what it is going to be about for the Tuks men's rowing crew from Friday.
#TuksRowing: Tuks rowers have set their sights qualifying for the Olympics during Worlds
Posted on August 21, 2019
South Africa's rower's quest to compete at next year's Tokyo Olympic Games is starting in earnest from Sunday when they are competing at the World Championships in Linz Ottensheim, Austria.
#TuksRowing: 39-year old Grobler is representing SA at Rowing Worlds after 4 years absence
Posted on August 20, 2019
As a moth can't resist the temptation to play around a burning candle so can Ursula Grobler not resist trying to see the Olympic flame burn one last time.
#TuksRowing: SA rowers will be medal contenders at World Under-23 Champs
Posted on July 23, 2019
South Africa's rowers got a proud tradition when it comes to winning medals at World Championships.
#TuksRowing: South African rowers impress during Italian regatta
Posted on April 16, 2019
South Africa’s rowers gave a good account of themselves over the past weekend during the Memorial Paulo D’Aloju in Piediluco, Italy winning two races as well as being second in four races and third in another.
#TuksRowing: SA rowers to start their international campaign in Italy over the weekend
Posted on April 09, 2019
South Africa’s top rowers will start their campaign trying to qualify for next year’s Olympic Games in Tokyo over the weekend when they are competing at the Memorial Paulo D’Aloju in Piediluco, Italy.